Slovenian Petrol among the largest players in the market of Central Europe.

Friday, 5 September 2014

Deloitte has released the annual ranking list of the largest companies in Central Europe, which includes 16 Slovenian companies. 28th place in the list was taken by Slovenian energy company Petrol, and Croatian Agrokor took it up a notch.
The work of European companies in Central Europe this year, was very much influenced by the general stagnation in the economy of the region. Companies on the list, including 16 Slovenian, are facing the decline of profits for the third year in the row.
The total profit of all the companies on the list have increased by only 0.2 percent up to 716.1 billion Euros. According to the experts, the main problems that have affected the work of the companies were inflated forecasts for the economic growth in the region, as well as the crisis in Ukraine, which has created new risks for the market.

Like last year, the first place in the Deloitte’s Central European list was taken by Polish PKN Orlen - oil company with more than 27 billion Euros of a turnover. It is followed by the Hungarian oil company MOL and Czech car manufacturer Skoda.
Petrol Holding took the highest place among 16 Slovenian companies. It took 28 rd place and, compared to the last year, the company has gained 16 seats.
Other companies took the following places:

HSE - 112 place,

Mercator group - 117 place,

Gen-I group- 137 place,

Gorenje group - 142 place,

Krka - 145 place,

Telekom Slovenia - 279 place,

Lek group - 278 place,

Spar Slovenia - 302 place,

Tush group - 311 place,

OMV Slovenia - 314 place,

GEN energy group – 327 place,

SIJ - 342 place,

REVOZ - 346 place,

Energo Tush – 416 place.

In addition to the rating of the 500 largest companies Deloitte has prepared a list of 50 most powerful banks and insurance companies in the region of Central Europe. Leading position as last year was taken by the Polish bank PKO BP. Slovenian NLB was the only Slovenian bank in rating, and took 17th place. It has lost four positions compared to last year due to the transfer of bad loans, the bank NLB.

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