13 Croatian companies make Deloitte Top 500 Largest in CE List, Agrokor strongest in region

A total of 13 companies from Croatia have made Deloitte’s annual Top 500 largest Central European companies list released earlier this week.

Croatia’s biggest company, retail and food giant Agrokor, jumped 11 places from last year and is now the best ranked Croatian company at the 11th place on the list. The Agrokor group recorded an annual sales revenue of over EUR 6.4 billion in 2015.

Joining Agrokor in the top 500 from Croatia are oil and gas giant INA, which is the second highest ranked company from Croatia coming in at 53rd place on the list. Supermarket chain Konzum was next in 91st place, followed by electricity provider HEP (93rd) and distribution and logistics company Roglic Group (143rd).

Telecommunications company T-HT (232nd), HEP’s Operator company (244th), distributor Atlantic Grupa (312th), Adris Grupa (318th), Petrol Croatia (350th), utilities company Zagrebacki Holding (451st), food company Podravka (477th) and supermarket chain Lidl Croatia (484th) also made the list.

The 2016 edition of the Deloitte CE Top 500 report ranks the largest companies from Central Europe and Ukraine. Deloitte's list included 18 European countries which had combined sales revenues of 665 billion euros. For the second year in a row Poland's PKN Orlen was number one, followed by oil company MOL from Hungary and the Czech Republic's car manufacturer Skoda in third spot.

Last update: Sun, 11/09/2016 - 10:17

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