Top Companies in India
List of Top Indian Companies
Reliance Industries Limited (RIL)
Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) is the biggest organization in the private sector in India. In 2011, the company attained the 134th spot in the Fortune Global 500 List and its revenue amounted to $58,900 million.
In the 2010 Fortune Global 500 List it was in the 175th position. It is the biggest producer of fiber and polyester producers of the world. It is also one of the 10 leading petrochemical product manufacturers in the world.
Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited (BPCL)
Ranked at the 272nd spot in the Fortune Global 500 List for 2011, Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited (BPCL) is a publicly held organization. Based in Mumbai, the organization earned approximately 34,102 million dollars in 2011 and operates two refineries at Kochi and Mumbai.
In the Fortune Global 500 List for 2010 it was at the 4th spot among Indian companies in terms of revenue. In 2011 it has replaced the State Bank of India to become the 3rd leading Indian company in the Forbes list.
State Bank of India (SBI)
In 2011 the State Bank of India (SBI) was able to increase its revenue from 2010 but it slipped one place to the 4th position in the rankings for Indian companies. In the global rankings too, it has experienced a drop of 10 spots – in the 2010 Fortune Global 500 List it was at the 282nd place.
In 2011, the banking organization earned revenues amounting to 32,450 million dollars while in 2010 this figure stood at $28,213 million. Established at Mumbai in 1955 by the Union Government, the organization is one of the biggest providers of financial and banking services in India.
Hindustan Petroleum has the ownership of two of the top Indian oil refineries and is at the 336th spot in the Fortune Global 500 List for 2011. Its net revenue for 2011 was 28,593 million.
Regarded as one of the top companies of India, it is also a component of the Nifty index. The company was set up in 1974 and focuses on oil, petroleum, lubricants, natural gas, and petrochemicals.
Tata Motors Limited
Tata Motors is the top automobile based organization in South Asia. On a global basis, it is the second biggest maker of buses and fourth biggest maker of trucks. Occupying the 359th spot in the 2011 Fortune Global 500 List its revenues for that year amounted to 27,046 million dollars.
Its 2011 performance can be considered a remarkable improvement from 2010 when it was placed at the 442nd spot. The organization came up with its first commercial vehicle in 1954 and since then has made more than 4 million vehicles.
In addition to trucks and buses, Tata Motors deals in passenger cars, coaches, and vans. Its plants are located at various parts of India and Argentina, Thailand, South Africa, and the UK. As per a survey by The Economic Times and Brand Finance, the organization has also been rated as one of the most valuable Indian brands.
Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC)
In the 2011 Fortune Global 500 list, the Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) occupies the 361st spot and its revenues for that year amounted to 26,945 million dollars.
The oil and gas production and exploration organization is responsible for 81% of the natural gas produced in the country. ONGC is set to purchase a 2 thousand acres property in Dahanu in order to process offshore gas. It also earns the maximum profits among Indian companies.
In the Fortune Global 500 list for 2011, Tata Steel occupies the 370th spot. It was incorporated in 1907 and is presently among the biggest steel organizations of the world. It operates in 26 countries across the world and aims to reach the 100 million tons mark by 2015. It has, however, seen a dip from the Fortune Global 500 list of 2010. In 2011 its revenues stood at 26,065 million dollars.
Last Updated on May 22, 2015