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List of companies based in the Jacksonville area

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This is a list of companies either based or with large operation divisions in the Jacksonville/Northeast Florida area of the United States.

Active companies headquartered in the region[edit]

American Coolair Corporation Jacksonville Manufacturing

Fortune 500
rank (2013)
Acosta Sales and Marketing Jacksonville marketing
All Elite Wrestling Jacksonville sports entertainment
Bubba Burger Jacksonville food
Crowley Maritime Jacksonville transportation
CSX Corporation Jacksonville transportation 231 NYSECSX
Dun & Bradstreet Jacksonville consulting NYSE: DNB
Elkins Constructors Jacksonville construction
Fanatics, Inc. Jacksonville retail
Fidelity National Financial Jacksonville financial services 353 NYSEFNF
FIS Jacksonville financial technology 474 NYSEFIS
Firehouse Subs Jacksonville food
Florida Blue Jacksonville insurance
Florida East Coast Railway Jacksonville transportation
Florida Coastal School of Law Jacksonville education
Florida Times-Union Jacksonville media
FRP Holdings Jacksonville transportation NasdaqFRPH[1]
Gate Petroleum Jacksonville conglomerate
Haskell Company Jacksonville construction
Interline Brands Jacksonville marketing
Jacksonville Free Press Jacksonville media
Jacksonville Jaguars Jacksonville sports franchise
JEA Jacksonville utilities
Landstar System, Inc. Jacksonville transportation NasdaqLSTR
Larry's Giant Subs Jacksonville food
Lender Processing Services Jacksonville information technology
Mac Papers Jacksonville manufacturing
Metro Jacksonville Jacksonville media
Rayonier Jacksonville real estate NYSERYN
Patriot Rail Company LLC Jacksonville transportation
Rayonier Advanced Materials Jacksonville accounting NYSERYAM
Regency Centers Jacksonville real estate NYSEREG
Reynolds, Smith & Hills Jacksonville construction
Ring Power St. Augustine construction equipment
Sally Corporation Jacksonville manufacturing
Safariland Jacksonville manufacturing
Seward Trunk Co. Jacksonville manufacturing
Southeastern Grocers Jacksonville retail
Stein Mart Jacksonville retail OTCQXSMRTQ
Stellar Group Jacksonville construction
Swisher Jacksonville tobacco
Trailer Bridge Jacksonville logistics
Venus Swimwear Jacksonville apparel
VyStar Credit Union Jacksonville financial services
Web.com St. Augustine internet
World Golf Village St. Augustine resort
USAussure Jacksonville insurance

Other locally based companies[edit]

Nonprofit companies headquartered in the region[edit]

Name City Industry Notes
Baptist Health Jacksonville healthcare
Clara White Mission Jacksonville homelessness
Edward Waters University Jacksonville education
Flagler College St. Augustine education
Florida Blue Jacksonville insurance
Florida State College at Jacksonville Jacksonville education
HabiJax Jacksonville housing
Hubbard House Jacksonville domestic abuse
Jacksonville University Jacksonville education
Jessie Ball duPont Fund Jacksonville charities
Jones College Jacksonville education
Lutheran Social Services Northeast Florida Jacksonville social services
Nemours Foundation Jacksonville healthcare
PGA Tour Ponte Vedra Beach sports (professional)
Second Harvest North Florida Jacksonville hunger
St. Vincent's HealthCare Jacksonville healthcare
Sulzbacher Center Jacksonville homelessness
Tom Coughlin Jay Fund Foundation Ponte Vedra Beach childhood cancer
UF Health at Jacksonville Jacksonville healthcare
University of North Florida Jacksonville education
Wounded Warrior Project Jacksonville veteran rehabilitation
PURE - People for Urban and Rural Education St.Johns youth development, human services, education

US headquarters of foreign corporations[edit]

Name City Industry Notes
Adecco Group North America Jacksonville Staffing/Recruiting
Association of Tennis Professionals Ponte Vedra Beach sports (professional)
Buffet Group USA Jacksonville musical instruments
Höegh Autoliners Jacksonville shipping
Survitec Group North America Jacksonville Marine Safety and Survivability
Saft Batteries Jacksonville Battery manufacture

Divisions of US corporations[edit]

Name City Industry Owner Fortune 500
rank (2013)
Arthur Treacher's Jacksonville food Trufoods
BI-LO Jacksonville grocery Southeastern Grocers
Foundation Financial Group Jacksonville financial services
Southeast Toyota Distributors Jacksonville automotive products JM Family Enterprises
Swisher International Group Jacksonville tobacco products
Unison Industries Jacksonville aviation General Electric 8
Vistakon Jacksonville pharmaceuticals Johnson & Johnson 41
Winn-Dixie Jacksonville grocery Southeastern Grocers

Defunct corporations[edit]

Name City Industry Fate Notes
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Jacksonville transportation merged with the Seaboard Air Line Railroad, Ultimately became CSX Transportation
Atlantic Marine Jacksonville shipbuilding acquired by BAE Systems in May 2010
Barnett Bank Jacksonville financial merged with NationsBank, Ultimately became Bank of America
Bombardier Capital Jacksonville financial services failed Portfolio purchased by GE Commercial Finance
Charter Company Jacksonville conglomerate assets sold
EverBank Jacksonville financial services acquired by TIAA Bank[2]
JanPak Jacksonville distributor merged with AmSan, CleanSource, Sexauer, Trayco, Ultimately became SupplyWorks
M. D. Moody & Sons, Inc. Jacksonville construction equipment assets sold Succeeded by MOBRO Marine, Inc. and Dell Marine
Norman Studios Jacksonville film failed
Offshore Power Systems Jacksonville utilities failed
RailAmerica Jacksonville transportation acquired by Fortress Investment Group in 2007
Stockton, Whatley, Davin & Co. Jacksonville financial services acquired by Phillips Petroleum Company

Divisions of foreign corporations[edit]

Corporations that moved to a different region[edit]

Economic overview[edit]

Harbor improvements since the late 19th century have made Jacksonville a major military and civilian deep-water port. Its riverine location facilitates two U.S. Navy bases and the Port of Jacksonville, Florida's third largest seaport.[3]

Interstate Highways 10 and 95 intersect in Jacksonville, creating the busiest intersection in the region with 200,000 vehicles each day.[4] Interstate 10 ends at this intersection (the other end being in Santa Monica, California).

Three significant freight railroads call Jacksonville home, and there are four public airports available: Jacksonville International Airport, Jacksonville Executive at Craig Airport, Herlong Recreational Airport and Cecil Airport at Cecil Commerce Center.

To emphasize the city's transportation capabilities, the Jacksonville Regional Chamber of Commerce filed "Jacksonville America's Logistics Center" as a trademark on November 9, 2007. It was formally registered on August 4, 2009.[5] Cornerstone began promoting the city as "Jacksonville: America's Logistics Center" in 2009. Signs were added to the existing city limit markers on Interstate 95.[6]

Significant factors in the local economy include services such as banking, insurance, and healthcare.

As with much of Florida, tourism is also important to the Jacksonville area, particularly tourism related to golf.[7][8]

Strong presence in Jacksonville[edit]

The following notable businesses and organizations can be found in the Jacksonville, Florida area. Companies in bold with an asterisk (*) indicates a major employer in excess of 2,000 employees:[9][10]


  1. ^ "Contact us" (PDF). FRP Holdings Inc. Retrieved 7 December 2014.
  2. ^ "TIAA announces acquisition of EverBank". www.bizjournals.com. Retrieved 2018-11-17.
  3. ^ "US Port Ranking by Cargo Volume 2008" American Association of Port Authorities
  4. ^ Hannan, Larry: "Jacksonville's scrambled I-10/I-95 intersection transforming traffic until 2011" Florida Times-Union, June 7, 2010
  5. ^ "Jacksonville America's Logistics Center" Archived 2014-07-02 at the Wayback Machine ZIBB Business News
  6. ^ Bauerlein, David: "New signs help tout Duval County" Florida Times-Union, April 21, 2009
  7. ^ Harding, Abel (April 3, 2010). "Golf tourism a boon for Northeast Florida". The Florida Times-Union. Retrieved October 26, 2010.
  8. ^ "Jacksonville". Encyclopædia Britannica. Retrieved November 21, 2011.
  9. ^ Jacksonville Resource Links
  10. ^ Jacksonville Better Business Bureau

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