List of largest private non-governmental companies by revenue

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 at least US$10 billion.

No. Company Revenue (in billions of USD) Headquarters Founded
1 Vitol 279 (2021)[1]  Netherlands 1966
5 Cargill 134.4 (2020)[2]  United States 1865
2 Trafigura Group 231.3 (2021)[3][4]   Switzerland 1993
9 Huawei 98.7 (2021) [5][6]  China 1987
3 Schwarz Group 158.6 (2021)[7][8]  Germany 1930
7 Koch Industries 115 (2020)[2]  United States 1940
6 TATA Group 128 (2021/22)[9]  India 1868
8 Suning Holdings Group 102.9 (2019/20)[10]  China 1990
15 Pacific Construction Group 77.07 (2021)[3]  China 1986
4 Aldi 134.7(2021)[7][11][12]  Germany 1946
10 Amer International Group 88.9 (2019)[3]  China 1995
11 HNA Group 88.5 (2018)[6]  China 2000
12 Robert Bosch 87 (2019)[3][13]  Germany 1886
14 Hengli Group 80.6 (2019)[14]  China 1994
13 State Farm 82.2 (2021)[3]  United States 1922
16 Nippon Life Insurance 74 (2019/20)[3]  Japan 1889
17 REWE Group 72.18 (2019)[11]  Germany 1927
18 E.Leclerc 56.87 (2019)[11]  France 1948
19 Auchan Holding 54.7 (2019)[3]  France 1961
20 Groupe BPCE 47.9 (2019)[3]  France 2009
21 Zheijiang Geely Holding Group 47.89 (2019)[3]  China 1986
22 Deloitte 47.6 (2019/20)[2]  United Kingdom 1845
23 Ingram Micro 47.2 (2019)[15]  United States 1979
24 IKEA 45.4 (2018/19)[16][17]  Netherlands 1943
25 New York Life Insurance Company 44.2 (2019)[3]  United States 1845
26 Nationwide 44 (2019)[3]  United States 1926
27 Liberty Mutual Insurance Group 43.2 (2019)[3]  United States 1912
28 PricewaterhouseCoopers 43 (2019/20)[2]  United Kingdom 1998
29 SPAR 42.24 (2019)[11][18]  Netherlands 1932
30 Cedar Holdings Group 41.3 (2019)[19]  China 1997
31 ZF Friedrichshafen 40.9 (2019)[3]  Germany 1915
32 TIAA 40.5 (2019)[3]  United States 1918
33 Shandong Weiqiao Pioneering Group 40.4 (2019)[3]  China 1951
34 Edeka Zentrale 39.8 (2019)[3]  Germany 1898
35 DZ Bank 39.1 (2019)[3]  Germany 2001
36 Publix Super Markets 38.5 (2019)[3]  United States 1930
37 Tsingshan Holding Group 38 (2019)[3]  China 1992
38 Meiji Yasuda Life Insurance 37.5 (2019/20)[3]  Japan 2004
39 Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company 37.3 (2019)[3]  United States[20] 1851
40 Ernst & Young 37.2 (2019/20)[2]  United Kingdom 1989
41 Mars 37 (2019)[2]  United States 1911
42 ByteDance 37 (2020)[21]  China 2012
43 Tech Data 37 (2019/20)[3]  United States 1974
44 Jiangsu Shagang Group 36.5 (2019)[3]  China 1975
45 Yango Longking Group 35.9 (2019)[3]  China 1995
46 USAA 35.6 (2019)[3]  United States 1922
47 Reyes Holdings 35 (2019)[2]  United States 1976
48 Louis Dreyfus Company 33.8 (2019)[3][22]  France 1851
49 Northwestern Mutual 32.3 (2019)[3]  United States 1857
50 Sumitomo Life Insurance 32.1 (2019/20)[3]  Japan 1907
51 Wanda Group 31.7 (2018)[23]  China 1988
52 H-E-B 31.2 (2018/19)[2]  United States 1905
53 Phoenix Pharma 30.5 (2019/20)[3]  Germany 1994
54 CMA CGM 30.3 (2019)[3]  France 1978
55 Pilot Flying J 29.5 (2019)[2]  United States 1981
56 Taikang Insurance Group 29.5 (2019)[3]  China 1996
57 Coop Group 29.49 (2019)[3]   Switzerland 1969
58 KPMG 29.22(2020)[3]  United Kingdom 1987
59 Xinjiang Guanghui Industry Investment Group 28.7 (2019)[3]  China 1989
60 GS Caltex 28.5 (2019)[3]  South Korea 1967
61 Migros Group 28.5 (2019)[3]   Switzerland 1925
62 Huaxia Life Insurance 28.49 (2019)[3]  China 2006
63 CHS Inc. 28.4 (2019/20)[24]  United States 1931
64 Mercadona 28 (2019)[25]  Spain 1905
65 Achmea 27.6 (2019)[3]  Netherlands 1995
66 Hailiang Group 27.2 (2019)[3]  China 1989
67 C&S Wholesale Grocers 25.8 (2018/19)[2]  United States 1918
68 Heraeus 25.1 (2019)[26]  Germany 1851
69 Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance 23.66 (2020)[27]  United States 1851
70 Asda 22.7 (2019/20)[28]  United Kingdom[28] 1942
71 Enterprise Holdings 22.5 (2019/20)[2]  United States 1969
72 Bechtel 21.8 (2019)[2]  United States 1898
73 Boehringer Ingelheim 21.3 (2019)[29]  Germany 1885
74 Cox Enterprises 21.1 (2019)[2]  United States 1898
75 Fidelity Investments 20.9 (2019)[2]  United States 1946
76 Love's Travel Stops & Country Stores 20.6 (2019)[2]  United States 1964
77 Southern Glazer's Wine & Spirits 20 (2019)[2]  United States 1968
78 Wakefern Food Corporation 18.3 (2019/20)[30]  United States 1946
79 Meijer 18.1 (2019/20)[31]  United States 1934
80 Allied Universal 18.0 (2020)[32]  United States 2016
81 JM Family Enterprises 17.7 (2019)[33]  United States 1968
82 Subway 16.1 (2019)[34]  United States 1965
83 Gordon Food Service 15.5 (2018/19)[35]  United States 1897
84 Inspire Brands 14.6 (2020)[36]  United States 2018
85 Turner Construction 14.4 (2020) [37]  United States 1901
86 Land O' Lakes 13.95 (2020)[27]  United States 1921
87 Medline Industries 13.9 (2019) [38]  United States 1966
88 Trader Joe's 13.7 (2019)[39]  United States 1958
89 Allegis Group 13.6 (2019) [38]  United States 1984
90 The Guardian Life Insurance Company of America 13.56 (2020)[27]  United States 1860
91 American Family Insurance Group 13.07 (2020)[27]  United States 1927
92 Wawa 13 (2019) [38]  United States 1964
93 Kingston Technology 12.8 (2019) [38]  United States 1985
94 Racetrac 12.6 (2019) [38]  United States 1934
95 Kiewit Corporation (Peter Kiewit Sons') 12.46 (2020)[27]  United States 1932
96 World Wide Technology 12.0 (2019) [38]  United States 1990
97 Farmers Insurance Exchange 11.87 (2020)[27]  United States 1928
98 ABC Supply 11.6 (2019) [38]  United States 1982
99 Hearst Corporation 11.5 (2019) [38]  United States 1887
100 Chick-fil-A 11.3 (2019) [40]  United States 1976
101 QuikTrip 11.2 (2019/20) [38]  United States 1958
102 Mutual of Omaha Insurance 11.1 (2020)[27]  United States 1909
103 Republic National Distributing Company 11.0 (2019) [38]  United States 1996
104 SHI International Corp 10.7 (2019) [38]  United States 1989
105 Menards 10.7 (2019) [38]  United States 1960
106 Bloomberg 10.5 (2019) [38]  United States 1981
107 S. C. Johnson & Son 10.5 (2019/20) [38]  United States 1886
108 McKinsey 10.5 (2019) [38]  United States 1929
109 Whiting-Turner Contracting 10.3 (2019) [38]  United States 1909
110 Jones Financial (Edward Jones) 10.17 (2020)[27]  United States 1922
111 Hy-Vee 10.1 (2019) [38]  United States 1930
112 Calpine 10.1 (2019) [38]  United States 1984
113 Pacific Life 10.06 (2020)[27]  United States 1868


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