Top 100 Companies

Growing domestic demand amid historically low inflation and a pick-up in private investment and employment continued to drive economic growth in Southeast Europe (SEE) in 2016.
Economic tailwinds benefited most retailers and car makers – the two industries most sensitive to changes in disposable income and consumer sentiment. At the same time oil and gas majors, which traditionally dominate the ranking of the biggest companies in the region, continued to suffer losses, impacting the aggregate revenue of the SEE TOP 100 entrants. The combined net profit of the 100 biggest companies, however, rose by a hefty 39% as compared to the profit of the prior-year entrants, largely as a result of improved operational efficiency, integration of various business-specific activities and economies of scale.

Economic growth in SEE quickened to 3% in 2016 from 2.5% a year earlier on the back of rising private consumption. Corporate investment grew, underpinned by ample liquidity and favourable financing conditions. Falling unemployment also contributed to improved economic sentiment.

Total revenue and net profit/loss figures are in millions of euro.

 

2016 2015 Company / Country Industry Total revenue 2016 Y/Y change in revenue Net profit/loss 2016 Net profit/loss 2015
71 47

JP Srbijagas

Serbia
Petroleum/Natural Gas 613.3 -25.01% 17.6 24.4
72 67

Transelectrica SA

Romania
Electricity 606.1 -9.28% 60.0 79.6
73 75

IMPOL d.o.o.

Slovenia
Metals 589.2 -1.17% 15.4 6.4
74 79

Ameropa Grains SA

Romania
Agriculture 587.0 9.38% 3.2 3.1
75 81

Takata Romania SRL

Romania
Automobiles 577.7 11.44% 24.8 -0.021
76 87

Renault Commercial Roumanie SRL

Romania
Automobiles 565.0 14.54% 6.7 7.6
77 71

Petrol d.o.o.

Croatia
Petroleum/Natural Gas 564.9 -12.38% 13.1 9.1
78 82

Pliva Hrvatska d.o.o.

Croatia
Pharmaceuticals 561.1 6.83% 73.4 22.3
79 97

Porsche Romania SRL

Romania
Automobiles 551.8 21.78% 23.2 18.1
80 New

Dante International SA

Romania
Wholesale/Retail 551.4 45.05% -18.8 -26.4