2009 Top 60 international coatings companies ranking

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2009 Top 60 international coatings companies ranking

The global economic recession has affected the paint and coatings industry. Revenue in 2009 plunged across the board in the double-digit ranges. From the leading multinationals to smaller regional players, no paint and coatings firm was immune.

Coatings World’s ranking is based on annual sales of paint, coatings, adhesives and sealants. For companies based outside the US, sales are converted into US dollars using the average currency exchange rate for the company’s fiscal year/reporting period.

1. AkzoNobel (The Netherlands)    $12.154 billion

2. PPG (USA)    $9.115 billion

3. Henkel (Germany)    $8.680 billion

4. Sherwin-Williams (USA)    $5.824 billion

5. DuPont (USA)    $3.4 billion

6. RPM (USA)    $3.368 billion

7. BASF (Germany)    $2.976 billion

8. Valspar (USA)    $2.640 billion

9. Kansai Paint (Japan)    $2.397 billion

10. Nippon Paint (Japan)    $2.334 billion

11. Sika (Switzerland)    $2.110 billion

12. Jotun (Norway)    $2.050 billion

13. 3M (USA)    $2.0 billion

14. Masco (USA)    $1.56 billion

15. DAW (Germany)    $1.255 billion

16. HB Fuller (USA)    $1.234 billion

17. Comex (Mexico)    $1.2 billion

18. Hempel (Denmark)    $1.152 billion

19. Beckers (Sweden)    $1.075 billion

20. Asian Paints (India)    $1.059 billion

21. Shawcor (Canada)    $940 million

22. Chugoku Marine Paints (Japan)    $936 million

23. Dai Nippon Toryo (Japan)    $743 million

24. Tikkurila (Finland)    $740 million

25. Benjamin Moore (USA)    $650 million

26. Brillux (Germany)    $625 million

27. Orica (Australia)    $555 million

28. Forbo (Switzerland)    $524 million

29. Arch (USA)    $379 million

30. Helios (Slovenia)    $371 million

31. Berger Paints (India)    $355 million

32. Fujikura Kasei (Japan)    $350 million

33. National Paints (Jordan)    $328 million

34. Freeworld Coatings (South Africa)    $326 million

35. Wattyl (Australia)    $302 million

36. JW Ostendorf (Germany)    $300 million

37. CIN Group (Portugal)    $298 million

38. Flugger Group (Denmark)    $267 million

39. Dyrup (Denmark)    $261 million

40. Teknos Group (Finland)    $259 million

41. Kelly-Moore (USA)    $250 million

42. Rock Paint (Japan)    $237 million

43. Industrias Titan (Spain)    $215 million

44. KCC (South Korea)    $212 million

45. Shinto Paint (Japan)    $211 million

46. Dunn-Edwards (USA)    $210 million

47. TOA Group (Thailand)    $205 million

48. Yung Chi (Taiwan)    $200 million

49. Boero Group (Italy)    $185 million

50. FLH Group (Switzerland)    $180 million

51. Boysen (Philippines)    $175 million

52. Grebe Group (Germany)    $170 million

53. Yasar (Turkey)    $155 million

54. Tohpe Corp. (Japan)    $154 million

55. Tambour (Israel)    $150 million

56. ICA Group (Italy)    $145 million

57. Inver SpA (Italy)    $140 million

58. Diamond Vogel (USA)    $135 million

59. Empils (Russia)    $ 130 million

60. Cloverdale Paint (Canada)    $120 million

For the complete report, please visit www.coatingsworld.com.

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