The revenue of the top 70 manufacturers rose by 26% to over 15 billion levs in 2022
The revenue of the 100 largest companies in Bulgaria has increased more than 5 times in two decades
Revenues of the fastest-growing large companies jumped by an average of 139% in 2022
The leading 45 companies in the sector recorded revenue growth of 23.5%, reaching 10.9 billion levs.
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After years of constant growth, revenue fell in 2020 due to the pandemic
The biggest companies in the sector continued growing in 2018, with total revenue exceeding 8 billion levs
As many as 10% of the companies in the 2008 ranking have disappeared since then but half of the remaining businesses are twice the size they were a decade ago
Ideal Standard’s businesses in Sevlievo are focusing on growth after being acquired by Anchorage Capital earlier this year.
The business of the 100 largest Bulgarian companies has expanded by a third in 10 years, the 2018 edition of Capital Top 100 ranking shows, with production facilities being the motors of growth.
The sector keeps growing, companies increase profits and staff
The K100 ranking features more manufacturing and high-tech companies compared to 2006