Turnover of the leading chemical companies in Europe 2015

Turnover value of the leading chemical companies in Europe in 2015 (in million U.S. dollars)

Turnover of the leading chemical companies in Europe 2015 This statistic shows the annual turnover of leading chemical companies in Europe in 2015, according to the Financial Times' Europe 500. German companies dominated the chemicals sector, and in terms of turnover took the top three spots, and eight further German companies were in the top 25. The remainder of the companies that made the list were based in either France, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Norway, Belgium, Russia, or the United Kingdom (UK). BASF had the highest turnover in the last year, amounting to 89.9 billion U.S. dollars.
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Turnover value of the leading chemical companies in Europe in 2015 (in million U.S. dollars)

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Turnover volume in million U.S dollars
BASF89,874.3
Bayer 51,075
Linde 20,613.1
Henkel 19,864.6
Johnson Matthey 18,592
Air Liquide 18,571.1
Akzo Nobel 17,286.6
Evonik Industries 15,619.1
Syngenta 13,981.8
Solvay 12,852.5
Yara International 12,717.3
Brenntag 12,110.8
DSM 11,101.6
Lanxness 9,680.8
Arkema 7,197.1
Clariant 6,152.9
Wacker Chemie 5,836
K & S 4,621.2
Givaudan 4,430.6
Oci 2,685.8
Symrise 2,563.6
Fuchs Petrolub 2,474.4
Uralkali 2,363.3
Ems-Chemie 1,983.8
Croda International 1,630.2
Turnover volume in million U.S dollars
BASF89,874.3
Bayer 51,075
Linde 20,613.1
Henkel 19,864.6
Johnson Matthey 18,592
Air Liquide 18,571.1
Akzo Nobel 17,286.6
Evonik Industries 15,619.1
Syngenta 13,981.8
Solvay 12,852.5
Yara International 12,717.3
Brenntag 12,110.8
DSM 11,101.6
Lanxness 9,680.8
Arkema 7,197.1
Clariant 6,152.9
Wacker Chemie 5,836
K & S 4,621.2
Givaudan 4,430.6
Oci 2,685.8
Symrise 2,563.6
Fuchs Petrolub 2,474.4
Uralkali 2,363.3
Ems-Chemie 1,983.8
Croda International 1,630.2
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This statistic shows the annual turnover of leading chemical companies in Europe in 2015, according to the Financial Times' Europe 500. German companies dominated the chemicals sector, and in terms of turnover took the top three spots, and eight further German companies were in the top 25. The remainder of the companies that made the list were based in either France, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Norway, Belgium, Russia, or the United Kingdom (UK). BASF had the highest turnover in the last year, amounting to 89.9 billion U.S. dollars.
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