Top 50 global chemical companies

2022-06-20
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Top 50 global chemical companies

the US chemical engineering and if such materials are used in V (1) 2 engines published the survey results of the top 50 global chemical companies this year (by sales revenue) last week. Dow Chemical and BASF continued to rank in the top two, DuPont retreated to the sixth, and Sinopec moved forward 2 to the seventh. In 2005, the sales volume of chemical business of Anglo Dutch Shell, ExxonMobil and total oil company all exceeded that of DuPont, and entered the top five. Due to the rise in the price of petrochemical products due to the sharp rise in the international crude oil price, BP's chemical business, Saudi SABIC and German Bayer ranked in the top 10

according to the financial statement data of each company in 2005, the total sales revenue of the top 50 chemical companies in the world reached 665.6 billion US dollars, an increase of more than 15% in 2004. The minimum sales revenue of the top 50 chemical companies was 5.4 billion US dollars, an increase of 3% year-on-year

the sales revenue of Dow Chemical Company and BASF company both exceeded US $40billion, of which Dow Chemical Company increased by 15% over the previous year to US $46.3 billion, and BASF company's chemical sales increased by 14% over the previous year to US $43.68 billion. The results of this year's survey show that the profitability of the chemical industry continues to increase, with an average profit margin of 9.1% and an average profit margin of 8.1% in the previous year. In 2005, only BP chemical company and Ciba Specialty Chemical Co., Ltd. suffered losses because of their asset restructuring

Lyondell Chemical Co., Ltd. has changed a lot in this year's ranking. After the acquisition of Millennium Chemical Co., Ltd. in 2004, it entered the 12th place in the list this year. The other is British Ineos group, which acquired BP's innovene business in December2005, making its annual sales reach US $12.4 billion, rising from the 32nd place to the 17th place last year

in terms of business divestiture, Basel became an independent company last year from a joint venture between shell and BASF, and this year ranked 24th for the first time. Similarly, LANXESS was completely independent from Bayer last year, ranking 28th; Yara, the 36th fertilizer production company, was also spun off from Norsk Hydro in 2004

this year, there were 13 American companies among the world's top 50 chemical companies, compared with 14 last year. In 2005, 13 American companies achieved sales revenue of 195.3 billion US dollars, an increase of 13% over the previous year, accounting for 29.3% of the sales of the top 50. 5. For wedge-shaped fixtures. Among the top 50 companies in the world, European companies accounted for the largest sales. 22 European companies completed a total of US $300.5 billion, an increase of 15.6% over the previous year. However, in 2005, the proportion of European chemical industry in the sales of the world chemical industry, resulting in an error of 45.1% for the experimental machine, slightly 0.2% higher than the proportion of 44.9% in 2004

as a traditional chemical industrial power, Japan has eight companies in the top 50 this year, the same as last year. In 2005, the total sales revenue of the eight Japanese companies was 86.9 billion US dollars, an increase of 12.8% over 2004. The survey shows that the sales volume of Japan's chemical industry accounted for 13% of the global chemical sales in 2005, slightly lower than 13.3% in 2004

latest ranking of the top 50 global chemical companies (based on 2005 sales)

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