List of largest private non-governmental companies by revenue

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This is a list of the world's largest non-governmental privately-held companies by revenue. This list does not include state-owned enterprises like Sinopec, State Grid, China National Petroleum, Saudi Aramco, Kuwait Petroleum Corporation, Pemex, PDVSA and others. These corporations have revenues of over $9 billion.

No. Company Revenue (in billions of USD) Headquarters Founded
1 Vitol 231 (2018)[1]  Netherlands,   Switzerland 1966
2 Trafigura 180.7 (2018)[2]  Singapore,   Switzerland 1993
3 Huawei 121.72 (2019) [3]  China 1987
4 Cargill 114.7 (2018)[4]  United States 1865
5 Schwarz Group 114 (2018/19)[5]  Germany 1930
6 Koch Industries 110 (2018)[6]  United States 1940
7 HNA Group 88.5 (2018) [7]  China 2000
8 Aldi 88 (2017)[8]  Germany 1946
9 Robert Bosch 86.17 (2018)[9]  Germany 1886
10 Suning Holdings Group 86 (2018)[10]  China 1990
11 State Farm 81.7 (2018)[11]  United States 1922
12 Amer International Group 72.3 (2018) [12]  China 1995
13 Ingram Micro 60.53 (2019)[13]  United States 1979
14 Deloitte 46.2 (2018/19)[14]  Great Britain ,

 United States

1845
15 IKEA 45.4 (2018/19)[15][16]  Sweden 1943
16 PricewaterhouseCoopers 42.4 (2018/19)[17]  Great Britain,

 United States

1998
17 Louis Dreyfus Company 36.5 (2018)[18]  Netherlands 1851
18 Ernst & Young 36.4 (2018/19)[19]  Great Britain,

 United States

1972
19 Publix 36.1 (2018)[20]  United States 1930
20 Mars 35 (2017)[21]  United States 1911
21 Wanda Group 31.7[22]  China 1988
22 Reyes Holdings 27.8 (2018)[23]  United States 1976
23 C&S Wholesale Grocers 27 (2018)[24]  United States 1918
24 Bechtel 25.5 (2018)[25]  United States 1898
25 H-E-B 25 (2018)[26]  United States 1905
26 Enterprise Holdings 24.1 (2018)[27]  United States 1969
27 Pilot Flying J 21.4 (2018)[28]  United States 1981
28 Cox Enterprises, Inc. 21 (2018)[29]  United States 1962
29 Fidelity Investments 20.4 (2018)[30]  United States 1946
30 Love's Travel Stops & Country Stores 20 (2018)[31]  United States 1964
31 Southern Wine & Spirits 19 (2018)[32]  United States 1981
32 Meijer 17.8 (2018)[33]  United States 1956
33 Wakefern Food Corporation 16.6 (2018/19)[34]  United States 1946
34 Prime Therapeutics llc 16.4 (2018)[35]  United States 1998
35 JM Family Enterprises 16.3 (2018)[36]  United States 1975
36 Smithfield Foods 14.900 (2018)[37]  United States 1936
37 Gordon Food Service 14.716 (2018)[38]  United States 1897
38 Staples Inc. 14.1 (2018)[39]  United States 1911
39 Allegis Group 13.4 (2018)[40]  United States 1984
40 Smart & Final 12.4 (2018)[41]  United States 1871
41 Wawa 12.0 (2018)[42]  United States 1964
42 Tenaska 11.8 (2018)[43]  United States 1987
43 Medline Industries 11.4 (2018)[44]  United States 1966
44 Hearst Communications 11.2 (2018)[45]  United States 1944
45 Chevron Phillips Chemical 11.2 (2018)[46]  United States 2000
46 QuikTrip 11.1 (2018)[47]  United States 1958
47 World Wide Technology 11.0 (2018)[48]  United States 1990
48 RaceTrac 11.0 (2018)[49]  United States 1934
49 ABC Supply 10.9 (2018)[50]  United States 1982
50 S. C. Johnson & Son 10.8 (2018)[51]  United States 1900
51 McKinsey & Company 10.6 (2018)[52]  United States 1926
52 Hy-Vee 10.3 (2018)[53]  United States 1930
53 BAE Systems Inc 10.1 (2018)[54]  United States 1999
54 Subway 10.0 (2018)[55]  United States 1965
55 Menards 10.0 (2018)[56]  United States 1960
56 Bloomberg LP 10.0 (2019)[57]  United States 1981
57 SHI International Corp 9.9 (2018)[58]  United States 1986
58 Giant Eagle 9.4 (2018)[59]  United States 1931
59 Calpine 9.3 (2018)[60]  United States 1984
60 Wegmans 9.2 (2018)[61]  United States 1930

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