Ljubljana, 06 June (STA) - Energy giant Petrol tops the rankings among the biggest companies in Slovenia in 2010 with almost EUR 2.5bn in net revenues, according to a survey published by the financial supplement of the daily Delo, Posel&denar, on Monday.
Petrol is followed by retailer Mercator and car maker Renault's Slovenian assembly plant, Revoz, with EUR 1.7bn and EUR 1.3bn in net revenues last year, respectively.
The top ten also feature pharma company Krka (EUR 960m), power utility HSE (EUR 916m), retailer Engrotus (EUR 680m), home appliance maker Gorenje (EUR 677m), energy distributor GEN-I (EUR 580m), pharma company Lek (EUR 576m) and fuel retailer OMV Slovenija (EUR 556m).
Krka was the top gainer with EUR 166m in net profit, followed by HSE and Lek with EUR 79m and EUR 48m in net profit, respectively.
The highest added value per employee was recorded in HSE with EUR 871,961, followed by nuclear power plant operator GEN with EUR 865,432 and gas distributor Geoplin with EUR 793,934.
The biggest losses in 2010 were posted by telco Telekom Slovenije (EUR 235m), Slovenia's biggest bank NLB (EUR 183m) and technical goods trader Merkur (EUR 174m).
Mercator employed the most workers (10,630) and was followed by national rail operator SZ (7,377) and national postal company Posta Slovenije (6,281).
Among the banks, NLB remained at the top with EUR 13.8bn in total assets, followed by NKBM with EUR 4.8bn and Abanka Vipa with 4.6bn.