Forbes Global 2000: Denmark's Largest Companies

July 1, 2013Forbes 2000by EW Content Team

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The Forbes Global 2000 is an annual list of the world's 2000 largest publicly listed corporations. Below is a compilation of Danish companies featured on the list in 2013.

The values on the list were last updated on May 2013. All figures are consolidated and in US dollars.

In total, there were 10 Danish companies on the 2013 Forbes Global 2000 list. Collectively, the companies had a combined market value of $199.5 billion, with $824.9 billion in assets; generating $129.3 billion in revenues and $9.7 billion in profits.

Click on the companies' names to find out more information on the company, including the type of industry it is in and its listing name in the stock exchange.

Alternatively, you can browse other Forbes Global 2000 companies, by country, at the end of this article.

Global Rank Company Sales 
($billion)
Profits 
($billion)
Assets
($billion)
Market Value
($billion)
133 Møller-Maersk 60.5 3.8 73.7 35
285 Danske Bank 22.6 0.8 615.6 19.1
439 Novo Nordisk 13.8 3.8 11.2 95
525 Carlsberg 11.6 1 27.2 15.8
1312 TDC 4.6 0.6 11.2 6.4
1569 Coloplast 1.9 0.4 1.8 11.4
1633 Novozymes 2 0.4 2.6 11
1737 Jyske Bank 1.7 0.1 45.6 2.5
1958 Sydbank 1.1 0.1 27 1.6
1962 Vestas Wind Systems 9.5 -1.3 9 1.6

All Forbes Global 2000 Companies - By Country

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