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 over $25 billion.

No. Company Revenue (in billions of USD) Headquarters Founded
1Vitol231 (2018)[1] Netherlands,   Switzerland1966
2Trafigura180.7 (2018)[2] Singapore,   Switzerland1993
3Cargill114.7 (2018)[3] United States1865
4Schwarz Group114 (2018/19)[4] Germany1930
5 Koch Industries 110 (2018)[5]  United States 1940
6 Aldi 88 (2017)[6]  Germany 1946
7 Suning Holdings Group 86 (2018)[7]  China 1990
8 Robert Bosch 86.17 (2018)[8]  Germany 1886
9 State Farm 81.7 (2018)[9]  United States 1922
10 Albertsons 60.53 (2018)[10]  United States 1939
11 Long & Foster 56[11]  United States 1968
12 Deloitte 46.2 (2018/19)[12]  United States 1845
13 IKEA 45.4 (2018/19)[13][14]  Sweden 1943
14 PricewaterhouseCoopers 42.4 (2018/19)[15] 1998
15 Louis Dreyfus Company 36.5 (2018)[16]  Netherlands 1851
16 Ernst & Young 36.4 (2018/19)[17]  United States 1972
17 Publix 36.1 (2018)[18]  United States 1930
18 Mars 35 (2017)[19]  United States 1911
19 Wanda Group 31.7[20]  China 1988
20 Reyes Holdings 27.8 (2018)[21]  United States 1976
21 C&S Wholesale Grocers 27 (2018)[22]  United States 1918
22 Bechtel 25.5 (2018)[23]  United States 1898
23 H-E-B 25 (2018)[24]  United States 1905

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