What You Need To Know About The Top 5 Companies In Germany!

Germany is the largest economy in Europe, and one of the largest economies in the world. It’s also known for being home to some of the largest companies around. So who are these top five?

The top German company by revenue is Volkswagen AG. The second largest company, if you’re wondering, is Daimler AG – Mercedes-Benz Cars Division. Coming in at number three on our list of largest companies in Germany is Siemens AG with a net income of €6 billion euros ($8 billion). Deutsche Bank comes in at number four with a net income that was €5.2 billion euros ($7.1 billion) last year while Bayerische Motoren Werke (BMW) rounds out our list coming in at number five with €49 billion euros ($66.94 billion) in revenue last year and a net income of €0.67 billion (roughly $0.92 billion).

We at Global Database understand how crucial it is to conduct thorough research before entering a new market and seeking for advantageous collaboration and investment possibilities. Our team of experts based on the Global Database platform financial data on German firms created this list of TOP companies in Germany by annual revenue to show you the most promising industries and businesses to work with.

Volkswagen AG:

In 2017, the German carmaker Volkswagen AG (later known as Volkswagen or the VW Group), which is currently the world’s second-largest automobile producer and has a long history in Germany, generated a 120.8% profit increase. Its 645,000 workers in over 100 manufacturing plants and offices around 150 countries have produced one of Germany’s best-known brands. It is the largest automobile manufacturer in Europe and manufactures vehicles under 12 different brands, including Volkswagen Passenger Cars, Audi, SEAT (Spain), Ĺ koda Auto (Czech Republic), Bentley Motors Limited (UK) Porshe AG (Germany).

Daimler AG:

The company has a long history of success and is one of the largest german companies. The company operates across three divisions: Mercedes-Benz Cars, Daimler Trucks and Mercedes-Benz Vans; it is headquartered at Baden-WĂĽrttemberg (Stuttgart), where its largest production plants are located.

Siemens AG:

The enterprise is a German conglomerate company based in Berlin and Munich. It is the largest engineering firm in Europe, as well as one of the largest internationally; Siemens was ranked 66th on Forbes’s World’s Most Innovative Companies list for 2017.

Deutsche Bank:

The enterprise provides banking services, including retail and investment banking; it engages primarily in corporate banking, investment banking and transaction banking. It is a universal bank that operates as a leader in Germany’s retail market with branches and offices throughout the country.

Bayerische Motoren Werke AG:

The company produces automobiles under the brands BMW (US) and Mini (UK), which are also produced by its subsidiary companies Rolls-Royce Motor Cars (UK) and BMW Motorrad. In 2017, it has been the largest German automaker by sales for about seven years in a row.

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