The Oil Industry of Serbia (NIS) still ranks among the 10 biggest companies in SEE region when it comes to total profit in 2013, the data of SeeNews, independent media for business information show.
Just like a year ago, at the See top 100 list (SEE TOP) NIS ranks ninth with EUR 2,3 billion of total profit which is seven percent more than in 2012.
The list, which has been published for seven years in a row, comprises non-financial companies in SEE (Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia,Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia and Slovenia) rank according to total profit for fiscal 2013.
SeeNews collected their profit data from national commercial registries,from the stock markets, internet pages of companies and governments, industrial regulators from the companies, it was stated in the report.
The first-ranked is still Romanian OMV Petrom, seven years in a row, despite the profit fall of three percents to EUR4,27 billion in 2013.
The second ranked is Romanian vehicle producer, Dacia, with the profit increase of 44%, to EUR 4,2 billion. Positions3 to 7 went to oil and gas companies - Lukoil Neftochim (Bulgaria), Petrol(Slovenia), OMV Petrom Marketing (Romania), Ina (Hrvatska) and Rompetrol (Romania).The eight-ranked is Bulgarian metal company Aurubis, NIS ranks the ninth andRomanian road company ranks the tenth.
The list of 100 SEE companies with the biggest profit 2013, comprises 10 Serbian companies, with FAS which ranks 17th which is a huge leap since in2012 it ranked 88.
The Electric Power Industry of Serbia ranks the 21st (previously 24th ), Telekom Srbija 38th(previously 39th) and for the first time, newly set up company, EPS Snabdevanje, ranks 47th.
The middle of the list, the position 50 went to Thermal Power Plant NikolaTesla (61st ), Srbijagas fell from 47 to 53, Delhaize Serbia ranks 54th (55th ), Mercator S at70th (68) and Idea 94 (89).
Total profit of 100 biggest non-financial companies in the region in 2013 mainly stagnated at EUR 103,98 billion. Their profit decreased from EUR 2,85 billion in 2012 to EUR 2,63 billion in 2013,the SeeNews report shows.