Chemical Industry

compiled October 2002
by George Draffan at
Endgame

 

Market Shares

Bibliography

Market Shares

Chemical Companies Ranked By Sales

1. BASF AG
2. Bayer AG
3. Dow Chemical
4. DuPont
5. ExxonMobil Chemical
6. Degussa
7. Mitsubishi Chemical
8. Akzo Nobel
9. Henkel
10. Imperial Chemical

Source: http://www.hoovers.com/industry/snapshot/0,2204,11,00.html

 

Industrial organic chemical manufacturers

 

Revenues

DuPont

45

Hoescht

33

BASF

32

Bayer

31

Dow

20

Imperial Chemical Indsutries

18

Monsanto

7.5

BOC Group

6

Eastman Chemical

4.7

Air Products

4.6

Source: Encyclopedia of Global Industries (Gale, 1999), p. 90,99.

 

Industrial inorganic chemical manufacturers

 

Revenues

DuPont

45

Hoescht

33

BASF

32

Bayer

31

Dow

20

Imperial Chemical Indsutries

18

Exxon

11

Asahi

9

General Electric

6

Union Carbide

6

Source: Encyclopedia of Global Industries (Gale, 1999), p. 90,99.

 

Pharmaceutical manufacturers

 

1997 Revenues

Merck

14.4

Glaxo Welcome

13.1

Novartis

12.8

American Home Products / Monsanto

11.1

Bristol Myers Squibb

9.9

Hoescht

8.0

Roche Holding

8.0

Eli Lilly

7.4

SmithKline Beecham

7.2

Rhone Poulenc Rorer

5.5

Source: Encyclopedia of Global Industries (Gale, 1999), p. 90,99.

 

Bibliography

Business.com: Chemicals http://www.business.com/directory/chemicals/profile/

BusinessWeek's Industry Outlook 2001: Plastics

Chemical & Engineering News.

Chemical Market Reporter.

Chemical Week. http://www.chemweek.com/

ChemIndustry.com http://www.chemindustry.com/

European Commission, Competition and Competitiveness Policy Study on Industrial Restructuring in the Chemical Industry http://europa.eu.int/comm/enterprise/chemicals/promoindustrcompet/competition/indrestrsum.htm

Global Pharmaceuticals Sector Monthly.

Pharmaceutical Business News.

Pharmaceutical Quarterly Preview.

Standard & Poor's, Industry Survey: Chemicals: Basic, January 10, 2002.

Standard & Poor's, Industry Survey: Chemicals: Specialty, April 4, 2002.