Top 100 Companies

After several tough years, economic activity in Southeast Europe (SEE) picked up in 2015 and continued to strengthen in 2016, supporting an improving performance of the region’s corporate sector. The 100 biggest companies saw their combined revenues* increase some 2% in 2015, slightly below the region’s 2.5% average economic growth, while their aggregate earnings* rose at a slower rate of 1.3%, suggesting that corporate majors
still have room to adjust to the complex geopolitical situation, erratic investor behaviour, volatile capital flows and unsettled financial and commodity markets.

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

 

2015 2014 Company / Country Industry Total revenue 2015 Y/Y change in revenue Net profit/loss 2015 Net profit/loss 2014
21 16

Hrvatska Elektroprivreda d.d.

Croatia
Electricity 1 246 -16.75% 212.7 157.8
22 New

FCA Srbija DOO

Serbia
Automobiles 1 220 -8.43% 19.7 20.4
23 22

Lukoil Romania SRL

Romania
Petroleum/Natural Gas 1 206 -6.98% 7.7 -0.037
24 32

Johnson Matthey DOOEL

Macedonia
Chemicals 1 200 28.33% 91.3 56.1
25 27

Carrefour Romania SA

Romania
Wholesale/Retail 1 155 12.84% 28.2 26.6
26 23

Krka d.d.

Slovenia
Pharmaceuticals 1 147 -5.07% 146.3 144.4
27 25

E.ON Energie Romania SA

Romania
Petroleum/Natural Gas 1 107 2.68% 24.7 21.0
28 New

Lidl Discount SRL (formerly Pludi Market SRL)

Romania
Wholesale/Retail 1 061 21.55% 38.0 13.4
29 26

Engie Romania SA (formerly GDF SUEZ Energy ROMANIA)

Romania
Petroleum/Natural Gas 1 054 1.26% 82.2 87.2
30 36

Revoz d.d.

Slovenia
Automobiles 1 035 20.02% 11.6 12.2