List of companies of the Netherlands

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Location of the Netherlands

The Netherlands is the main constituent country of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. It is a densely populated country located in Western Europe with three island territories in the Caribbean. The European part of the Netherlands borders Germany to the east, Belgium to the south, and the North Sea to the northwest, sharing maritime borders with Belgium, the United Kingdom, and Germany.[1] The three largest cities in the Netherlands are Amsterdam, Rotterdam and The Hague. Amsterdam is the country's capital,[2] while The Hague holds the Dutch seat of parliament and government.[3] The port of Rotterdam is the world's largest port outside East-Asia, and by far the largest port in Europe.[4]

The Netherlands has a market-based mixed economy, ranking 17th of 177 countries according to the Index of Economic Freedom.[5] It had the thirteenth-highest per capita income in the world in 2013 according to the International Monetary Fund.

For further information on the types of business entities in this country and their abbreviations, see "Business entities in Netherlands".

Largest firms[edit]

This list shows firms in the Fortune Global 500, which ranks firms by total revenue for 2016.[6] Only the top five firms (if available) are included as a sample.

Rank Image Name 2016 Revenues (USD $M) Employees Notes
5 Shell kantoor Den Haag.JPG Royal Dutch Shell $272,156 53,149 TBD
100 Thai airways a340-600 hs-tna takeoff arp.jpg Airbus Group $71,493 53,149 TBD
117 ING Hoofdkantoor, Amsterdam (1).jpg ING Group $66,206 53,149 TBD
157 Place des Petits-Pères, 1.jpg Louis Dreyfus Company $55,733 53,149 TBD
222 Albert Heijn Headquarters by Niels Kim.jpg Ahold Delhaize $42,378 53,149 TBD

Notable firms[edit]

This list includes notable companies with primary headquarters located in the country. The industry and sector follow the Industry Classification Benchmark taxonomy. Organizations which have ceased operations are included and noted as defunct.

     Active firms
     State-owned firms
     Defunct firms

Name Industry Sector Headquarters Founded Notes
2L Alliance Consumer goods Leisure goods electronics
Aalberts Industries Industrials
ABN AMRO Financials Banks state-owned bank
Aegon Financials Insurance life insurance
Ahold Delhaize Consumer services Retail
AkzoNobel Basic materials Chemicals chemicals
Amstel Brewery Consumer goods Food & beverage brewery
Amsterdam Airport Schiphol Consumer services Travel & leisure airport
APM Terminals Industrials
Arkefly Consumer services Travel & leisure airline
ASML Holding Industrials
ASN Bank Financials Banks bank
Australian Homemade Consumer services Retail
AVEBE Consumer goods
Bavaria Consumer goods Food & beverage brewery
Beter Bed Consumer services Retail
Blendle Technology
Booking.com Consumer services Travel & leisure travel website
Casengo Technology
CNH Global Industrials
DAF Trucks Consumer goods Automobiles owned by PACCAR
Dockwise Consumer services Travel & leisure
Donkervoort Consumer goods
Douwe Egberts Consumer goods
DSM Health care
eBuddy Technology
Elsevier Consumer services Media
Endemol Consumer services Media television
Exact Software Technology
FrieslandCampina Consumer goods
Fugro Oil & gas surveyors
General Logistics Systems Industrials Industrial transportation
Grolsch Brewery Consumer goods Food & beverage brewery
Grontmij Industrials
Guerrilla Games Technology now owned by Sony Computer Entertainment Inc.
Hagemeyer Industrials Industrial transportation distribution
Heerema Marine Contractors Oil & gas Oil & gas producers
Heineken International Consumer goods Food & beverage brewery
High-Logic Technology
Hunkemöller Consumer services Retail Hilversum 1886 Lingerie and nightwear
Hotels.nl Consumer services Travel & leisure travel website
Imtech Industrials
ING Group Financials Financial services financial services
IPTP Networks Telecommunications Telecommunications
KLM Consumer services Travel & leisure now part of Air France-KLM
KPMG Financials Financial services auditors
KPN Telecommunications Telecommunications
LandFighter Consumer goods Automobiles automotive
Liander Utilities
Lucas Bols Consumer goods Food & beverage Alcoholic beverages
Martinair Consumer services Travel & leisure airline
Mobileye Technology
MYLAPS Sports Timing Technology
NedCar Consumer goods owned by VDL Groep
Numico Consumer goods owned by the Groupe Danone
Nuon Utilities
NXP Semiconductors Industrials
Océ Consumer goods
Philips Consumer goods electronics
Rabobank Financials Financial services financial services
Randstad Financials
Reed Elsevier (Anglo-Dutch) Consumer services Media
Roadrunner Records Consumer services Media
Royal BAM Group Industrials Construction & materials construction
Royal Boskalis Westminster Industrials
Royal Dutch Shell (Anglo-Dutch 40/60) Oil & gas Oil & gas producers
Royal Wessanen Consumer goods food
SBM Offshore Oil & gas Oil & gas producers
Serpent Model Racing Cars Consumer goods Leisure goods radio-controlled cars
SHV Holdings Industrials
Spyker Cars Consumer goods Automobiles automotive
Stork Industrials
Tele2 Netherlands Telecommunications Telecommunications
Telfort Telecommunications Telecommunications mobile
TMF Group Financials Financial services accounting
TNT Express Industrials
TomTom Technology
Tony's Chocolonely Consumer goods Food & beverage confectionery
Transavia Consumer services Travel & leisure airline
Triodos Bank Financials Banks bank
Trust Computer Products Consumer goods
Unilever (Anglo-Dutch) Consumer goods
Vanguard Dutch Marine Consumer services Travel & leisure luxury yacht manufacturer
VDL Bus Chassis Industrials
Vedior staffing
Verenigde Nederlandse Uitgeverijen (VNU) Consumer services Media publisher
Vodafone Netherlands Telecommunications Telecommunications
Vredestein (Dutch-Indian) Industrials
Wavin Industrials
Wercker Technology
Wolters Kluwer Consumer services Media publisher

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Netherlands boundaries in the North Sea". Ministry of Defence. Retrieved 15 August 2014. 
  2. ^ Dutch Wikisource. "Grondwet voor het Koninkrijk der Nederlanden" (in Dutch). Chapter 2, Article 32. Retrieved 3 July 2013. ...de hoofdstad Amsterdam... 
  3. ^ Permanent Mission of the Netherlands to the UN. "General Information". Archived from the original on 5 October 2013. Retrieved 26 June 2013. 
  4. ^ "Port Statistics 2013" (PDF) (Press release). Rotterdam Port Authority. 1 June 2014. p. 8. Retrieved 28 June 2014. 
  5. ^ "Netherlands". Archived from the original on 10 May 2013. Retrieved 10 May 2013. , Index of Economic Freedom. heritage.org
  6. ^ DeCarlo, Scott (22 July 2016). "The Fortune 2016 Global 500". Fortune.