Top 50 Ranking

For more than ten years, the German American Chambers of Commerce are publishing a ranking of the TOP 50 German Firms in the U.S., based on total revenue generated in the United States.

The annual TOP 50 serves as an important indicator for economic trends relating to German investments in the US and will be published broadly in the international trade press as well as in the German American Trade Magazine, the GACC’s bi-monthly publication.

Top 50 Companies 2013

The latest Top 50 Ranking of German Firms in the U.S. conducted by the German American Chambers of Commerce, based on the 2013 annual sales figures, demonstrates the robust condition of German firms in the U.S.

Date: May, 2014

Language: English

'German American Trade Magazine' Article

Press Release (EN)

Press Release (DE)

Quotes from Annual Reports 2013

Given the challenging market environment, our North American subsidiaries still delivered good results for the year. Capitalizing on their reputation and market position, they secured attractive new orders. Turner continued to hold its own as number one U.S. general builder, as reflected in the latest ranking from Engineering News-Record. The company is also ranked first in the green building, healthcare, education, offices, industrial, cultural facilities, sports facilities, and hotels categories.

Daimler Group
During the year under review, we expanded our research and development network in a targeted manner, expanding it to 22 locations in ten countries. Our biggest facilities are in Sindelfingen and Stuttgart-Untertürkheim in Germany. In Sunnyvale, California, the new headquarters of our research facilities in North America, approximately 100 people are employed at present and this number is scheduled to be doubled.

Munich Re
In the USA, we have created a cross-cutting product development platform which draws particularly on the know-how of Hartford Steam Boiler, American Modern and Munich Re America to develop new, innovative products for the North American market. Naturally, we also make use of all the other synergies which can be achieved via our business units in the U.S. market. Here too, it is apparent that we are stronger and more innovative as a group than individual companies could be.