July 14, 2018

Industry 4.0 Implementation Progress in Top Manufacturing and Service Companies



Industry 4.0 Implementation Progress


General Motors, Ford Motor,  General Electric, Boeing,  Philips,  Johnson & Johnson, Procter and Gamble, PepsiCo

Digital Manufacturing and Design Innovation Institute (DMDII) - Member Companies


INDUSTRY TIER 1:
Dow, Lockheed Martin Corporation, McKinsey, Rolls-Royce, Siemens PLM Software Inc.

INDUSTRY TIER 2:
Autodesk, Boeing, Caterpillar, Coca-Cola, Deere and Company, Duracell, Illinois Tool Works (ITW), Johnson & Johnson, Microsoft, Stanley Black & Decker

INDUSTRY TIER 2.5:
Bain & Company, Faurecia, General Electric (GE), Northrop Grumman, Raytheon Company

INDUSTRY TIER 3:
3D Systems, 3rd Dimension, 89Robotics,

Accu Solve Group, ACE Clearwater, Advanced Dimensional Management LLC, Advanced Engineering Solutions USA Inc, Aegis Software, AE Machines, Alicona, Alta Via Consulting, AMI Global, Amper Technologies, Anark Corporation, Applied Automation Technologies, Applied Optimization Inc, aPriori Technologies, Inc., APX Labs, Inc., ARC Advisory Group, Arconic Power and Propulsion, Arc Precision, Aris Technology, Arthur D. Little Inc., Arysen Corporation, Astronautics Corporation of America, Atlas Tool Works, Aunalytics, Ausco, Inc., Authenticiti, Authentise, Inc.Aztec Plastic Company

Beacon Interactive, BEET, Belden Tools Inc., Big Kaiser, Bluvision, Bosch
Capvidia, Catalytic, CGTech, Chicago Scenic Studios, Chicago White Metal Casting, ChromoLogic
CimData, Inc.. Cimetrix Inc., Cisco Systems, Inc., C-Labs Corporation, ClearBlade, ClearObject
Composite Solutions and Digital Manufacturing LLC, Computer Aided Technology, ConfigureOne
Connected Global Factory, Crafts Technology, Craig Technologies, CreateASoft, CyberPoint International, CyPhy Works

Daqri, Deloitte Consulting, Design Interactive Inc., Design Mill, Devbridge Group, LLC, Dimensional Control Systems, DiMonte Group, DMR International, Dozuki, DP Technology Corp
Dynamic Motion Control

E-gineering
Ekta Flow LLC
Electric Imp
EMNS Inc
Engineering Digital Industry
Entrigna
Erwin Junker Machinery, Inc.
ESI North AmericaEural USA
Factory Physics
Factory Right, LLC
Feralloy Corporation
Festo Automation Group
FlexLab
FlexLink Systems Inc (Coesia)
Forcam
Ford
Fraight Inc.
Fujitsu Network Communications, Inc.
Future Way Designs
Galois
Genesis Systems Group, LLC
Global Data Sciences
Godwin Global
Green Dynamics
Grote Industries
Hallsten Innovations
Halock Security Labs
Hapco Inc
Harbec, Inc.
Hardinge
HL Precision Manufacturing, Inc.
iBASEt
Identify 3D
Imprimis, Inc.
Industrial Measurement Systems
Industrial Network Systems
Integris Group LLC
Integrity Technology Solutions
Intel
International TechneGroup Incorporated
iSynergy Inc
ITAMCO
ITRI International Inc.
Janeiro Digital
Kent Displays
Knoldus
L & J Omnico AGV
Lexmark International
Light Guide Systems
LMI
Lonsberry Engineering
Machine Metrics Inc.
MachiningCloud
MakerSweet
MakeTime
MAL USA
Manpower Group Public Sector Inc.
Mantel Technologies
Manufacturing Laboratories
Manufacturing Systems Insights, Inc.
Marshall, Gerstein & Borun
Mastercam
Materials Data Management, Inc.
Mazak Corporation
Mechdyne Corporation
Mercury Marine
MetaMorph, Inc.
Metrologic Group
MetroSage LLC
MFG.com
Mitutoyo
ML Design Technologies
Montronix
MSC Software Corp.
NarrativeWave
Neal Analytics
Nimbis
Northwest Analytics
Okuma
Omative
OneFire
OptiPro Systems
Optimax SystemsOrion Quality Software
Oshkosh
Palo Alto Research Center
Panduit Corporation
Parallel Works
PDA LLC
PDES, Inc.
Physna
Predictronics Corporation
Procter & Gamble
ProMANAGE
ProPlanner
Proto Labs
PTC, Inc.
Punditas
Quality Tools & Abrasives Inc.
QuesTek Innovations LLC
RAF Automation
RCM Industries, Inc.
Rescale Inc
Retologic
Rockwell Automation
Rockwell Collins
Sage Clarity LLC
Sandvik Coromant
Sanmina
SantosHuman Inc
SBP Consulting Inc.
Scientific Forming Technologies Corp
Scope Technologies US Inc.
Scytec
SensrTrx
Sentient Science
Shape Fidelity
Shure Inc.
Sibley Machine and Foundry Corp
Sigmaxim Inc.
Sigmetrix
SimInsights
Simio
Sivyer Steel Corporation
SPIRE
Spirit AeroSystems
Star Lab Corp
Steelcase
STEP Tools, Inc.
Superior Joining Technologies
Supply Dynamics
SWARM Engineering
Tech Soft 3D, Inc
TechSolve
Tesla Motors
The Innovation Machine
The Lucrum Group
The Northridge Group
ThingWeaver Solutions
Third Wave Systems
Transco Products
Tru-Fab Technology
Tucker Innovations Inc.
Tulip
Twin City Die Castings
TYGES International
Universal Electric
Universal Technical Resource Services
VANTIQ
Virtual Systems Engineering
Visible Assets
Vision Three
Visi-Trak Worldwide
Warwick Analytics
Weasler Engineering Inc
Wes-Tech Automation Solutions
Wipro, LLC
Wittenstein
Wrightwood Precision Products
Xcelgo
Zuken USA Inc.
https://www.uilabs.org/partners/dmdii-partners/industry/






Industry 4.0 in the Volkswagen Group

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Learn - How to Become Industry 4.0 Digital Manufacturing Champion


US $421 billion Productivity/Cost Reduction Benefit for Year Due to Industry 4.0 during 2016 to 2020

Revenue increase of US $400 billion per year is also possible. Investment required is $900 billion per year.  


Productivity Analysis of Industry 4.0 - PWC
US $421 billion Productivity/Cost Reduction Benefit for Year Due to Industry 4.0
http://nraoiekc.blogspot.com/2018/07/us-421-billion-productivity-cost.html

Internet of Things A to Z: Technologies and Applications

Qusay F. Hassan
John Wiley & Sons, 09-May-2018 - Technology & Engineering - 704 pages


A comprehensive overview of the Internet of Things’ core concepts, technologies, and applications

Internet of Things A to Z offers a holistic approach to the Internet of Things (IoT) model. The Internet of Things refers to uniquely identifiable objects and their virtual representations in an Internet-like structure. Recently, there has been a rapid growth in research on IoT communications and networks, that confirms the scalability and broad reach of the core concepts. With contributions from a panel of international experts, the text offers insight into the ideas, technologies, and applications of this subject.

The authors discuss recent developments in the field and the most current and emerging trends in IoT. In addition, the text is filled with examples of innovative applications and real-world case studies. Internet of Things A to Z fills the need for an up-to-date volume on the topic. This important book:

Covers in great detail the core concepts, enabling technologies, and implications of the Internet of Things.
Addresses the business, social, and legal aspects of the Internet of Things
Explores the critical topic of security and privacy challenges for both individuals and organizations
Includes a discussion of advanced topics such as the need for standards and interoperability

Contains contributions from an international group of experts in academia, industry, and research

Written for ICT researchers, industry professionals, and lifetime IT learners as well as academics and students, Internet of Things A to Z provides a much-needed and comprehensive resource to this burgeoning field.
https://books.google.co.in/books?id=YmpaDwAAQBAJ




Information on Companies Implementing Industry 4.0 Technology Set


General Motors


https://www.controleng.com/single-article/industrie-40-reducing-downtime-in-automotive-industry/c81e25bc19ea692b235431f4007996d2.html

http://www.industrial-ip.org/en/industrial-ip/internet-of-things/general-motors-harnesses-the-iiot

https://smartcitynews.global/g-m-is-already-repaing-the-fruits-of-industry-4-0-with-its-internet-connected-robots/

https://www.robotics.org/blog-article.cfm/Industry-4-0-Robotic-Applications-in-Today-s-Manufacturing-Environment/49



Ford Motor


https://www.automationworld.com/article/technologies/hmi-hardware/fords-focus-control

http://www.detroitchamber.com/tag/industry-4-0/#.W0eFpqQiOM8

https://www.pesmedia.com/ford-industry-4-0-automation-kuka-robotics/

https://www.zdnet.com/article/ford-ceo-hackett-digital-transformation-means-making-the-business-fit-first/

Cheron

https://industrial-iot.com/2017/11/chevron-partners-with-microsoft-to-fuel-digital-transformation-in-oilfields/

https://www.automationworld.com/article/technologies/simulation-modeling/chevron-uses-schneider-electrics-simsci-dynsim-simulation


General Electric


General Electric, one of the pioneer companies that established the concept of Digital Transformation, promised to deliver extensive applications for the purpose of Industrial IoT. The firm created the buzz for this, in reference to Predix, GE software for IIoT and the very next year in 2014, GE announced a turnover of more than 1 Billion!
http://www.meti.in/ge-and-digital-transformation-journey/

http://www.vir.com.vn/ges-digital-transformation-surfs-the-industry-40-wave-53956.html

http://www.theconnectedplanet.net/general-electrics-industry-4-0-vision/

https://www.ge.com/digital/blog/industry-40-get-started


Boeing


https://www.kuka.com/en-in/industries/other-industries/aerospace

Airbus needs to “disrupt its productivity” by setting up a different mode of organization and employing new means of production
https://rctom.hbs.org/submission/airbus-digitization-on-the-fly/


https://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/boeing-uk/future-of-manufacturing/

https://www.modula.us/news/industry-4-0-logistics-enabler-chosen-by-boeing-and-ge.html

http://aviationweek.com/connected-aerospace/industry-40-s-impact-aviation-design-and-mro

Philips


Helping Philips Lighting enter the Industry 4.0 era
Philips Lighting has calculated that it has made a noteworthy 6% saving in total utilities maintenance costs at the Turnhout facility as a result of the wearables solution.
https://proceedix.com/resources/helping-philips-lighting-enter-industry-40-era


Philips Lighting enters the Industry 4.0 era with mobile procedure platform Proceedix.
Published on January 21, 2016
Peter Verstraeten
CEO at Proceedix
https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/philips-lighting-enters-industry-40-era-mobile-peter-verstraeten/

Using new technologies to assure operational excellence
With PwC, Philips Lighting is well on its way to entering the Industry 4.0 evolution and realising its aim.
https://www.pwc.be/en/news-publications/publications/2017/using-new-technologies-to-assure-operational-excellence.html


Connected Lightning - Industry 4.0 Product
http://www.lighting.philips.com.my/systems/system-areas/office-and-industry/future-industry

Johnson & Johnson



https://manucore.com/ackerman-advanced-planning/

https://www.flexe.com/article/section-1-industry-disrupted/supply-chain-business/


https://executive.mit.edu/blog/neil-ackerman-has-put-his-mit-sloan-executive-certificates-to-workand-to-great-success

https://www.packworld.com/article/contract-packaging/contract-packaging-news-trends/supply-chain-future-digitize-or-die

Johnson & Johnson Applies The Healing Power of the IoT
Published on September 26, 2016
Larry Ludensky
Medical device manufacturing leader, ISO13485 & Industry 4.0, the convergence on Operational & Information technology
https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/johnson-applies-healing-power-iot-larry-ludensky/


Which pharmaceutical companies have adopted the advancements that Industry 4.0 allows?
In December 2017, pharma industry's adoption map:

Johnson & Johnson's Janssen drug unit has been working on its continuous manufacturing process for five years, and won the FDA's approval to switch from batch to continuous manufacturing in 2016 to  produce the HIV drug Prezista.

Novartis – Novartis entered a 10-year research collaboration program with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) back in 2007  Two projects based on this collaboration:

CONTINUUS Pharmaceuticals – a center of which purpose is to lead to the creation of novel continuous flow manufacturing technologies for pharmaceuticals

Technikum – Novartis has also initiated the technology transfer from CONTINUUS Pharmaceuticals to its novel continuous manufacturing unit, named the “Technikum”, located in Basel.
https://www.tefen.com/insights/industries/Patient_Care/the_impact_of_industry_40_on_the_pharma_industry


Procter and Gamble


P&G’s digital revolution
McKinsey Quarterly November 2011
Very interesting information
https://www.mckinsey.com/industries/consumer-packaged-goods/our-insights/inside-p-and-ampgs-digital-revolution



PepsiCo


Automation Engineer
Company Name PepsiCo Company Location Langedijk, Netherlands
June 2018
The Automation Engineer has thorough knowledge of automation to support the productivity of the plant installations in Broek op Langedijk. They ensure the correct implementation of new installations as well as changes to existing installations.

Within this role you will:

Maintain and optimize process control systems (Industrial IT).
Failure analysis for automation and take appropriate actions to solve downtime.
Solve complex malfunctions of the PLC / SCADA systems.
Improve existing control systems after performing system analyses.
Within Automation tasks, coordinate communication between Maintenance and Industrial IT partner as well as between Maintenance and Engineering and Suppliers.
Support existing technicians and train technicians in basic automation to solve issues themselves.
Maintain good contacts with BIS (Business Information Systems), CTS (Central Technical Services) within PepsiCo and with equipment specialists within the factory.

We are looking for:

HBO / BA working and thinking skills.
Relevant experience within FCMG industry.
Minimum 5 year working experience with control systems such as PLC / SCADA, DCS and/or MES systems.
Knowledge of industrial networks (Ethernet, Profibus DP / SA, Asi).
Detailed knowledge of Automation software (Allen Bradley and Siemens PLCs, Archestra Wonderware, Rockwell FT Asset Center, GE Proficy) or willing to learn.


Siemens


Learn from the presentation of Ronald Busch, CTO, Siemens on 10 May 2018
https://www.siemens.com/in/en/home/company/fairs-events/innovation-day.html

Other Companies



https://www.gkn.com/en/our-divisions/gkn-powder-metallurgy/innovation-and-trends/industry/


https://www.fiercewireless.com/5g/at-t-qualcomm-others-push-smart-manufacturing-as-a-5g-opportunity


https://www.ibm.com/industries/se-sv/manufacturing/

https://www.ioti.com/industrial-iot-iiot/top-20-industrial-iot-applications



Cecilia Warrol, Teknikföretagen

Philippe Montfort, Renault

Johan Peeters, Bosch Rexroth


https://www.bosch-presse.de/pressportal/de/en/how-bosch-is-connecting-manufacturing%E2%80%93-and-the-benefits-this-brings-workers-and-companies-101120.html

Nicoletta Casanova, FEMTOprint

Siemens

RE'FLEKT


Komppi


Solutions that push the boundaries of welding


For us, future welding incorporates advanced technology with IIoT enabled digital solutions,

Kemppi’s flagship product, X8 MIG Welder, is a ground-breaking multi-process solution. Its state-of-the-art technological features combined with native connectivity to WeldEye welding management software make the X8 MIG Welder a unique and powerful tool for demanding industrial welding. The digital WPSs and wireless Control Pad enhance the solution's usability to a new level.

At the exhibition Kemppi introduces a new WeldEye module, Welding Production Analysis, for companies looking to benefit from a light and easy-to-set-up solution for monitoring and analyzing welding production efficiency.

In the complete welding ecosystem, A7 MIG Welder represents Kemppi’s expertise in Industry 4.0 enabled robotic arc welding. The sophisticated system can be integrated with any robot brand.
https://www.kemppi.com/en-US/news-events/news/welding-industry-pioneer-kemppi-showcases-a-complete-future-welding-ecosystem/

Thyssen Krupp


https://www.thyssenkrupp.com/en/company/innovation/industry-4-0/business-processes-without-boundaries.html

Business processes without boundaries
Connected value chain
At one of our hot strip mills we have implemented an Industry 4.0 solution that goes way beyond the boundaries of an individual company. The processes of the supplier, the hot strip mill as the manufacturer, and the customers are connected in a digital network. Hot-rolled strip starts out life as a steel slab. Slab production at Hüttenwerke Krupp-Mannesmann is controlled by the hot strip mill around 80 kilometers away. That means we can respond quickly to our customers’ deadline requirements even with the starting material.


Maximum efficiency for customers
Maximum efficiency for customers
Conversely, customers can exert “just in time” influence on hot strip production at the mill. They can enter their orders directly in the mill’s IT system and determine themselves when their order will be processed.

What’s more, customers are able to make changes to specifications such as width and thickness until just before production starts. Greater flexibility is difficult to imagine.

In addition to flexibility for all concerned, process chains across company boundaries have other advantages: for example, they save space and costs for the storage of starting materials and products, freeing up the capital this would otherwise have tied up for more productive purposes.




IIOT Platforms




1. GE Digital – Predix
2. Siemens – MindSphere
3. Schneider Electric – WonderWare
4. SAP – Hana
5. Bosch – IoT Suite
6. Kuka – Connyun
7. Fanuc – Field
8. ABB – Ability
9. Honeywell – Connected Performance Services
10. Cisco – IoT System
Hitachi’s Vantara
https://www.em360tech.com/tech-news/top-ten/top-10-industrial-internet-things-companies/



Consultants

Philips Innovation Services
https://www.innovationservices.philips.com/news/industry-4-0-roadmap/

MEDIA 11-21-2017  CAROLINE BERGMANN 0 COMMENTS
Telekom Open IoT Labs: Deutsche Telekom and Fraunhofer IML inaugurate their new Internet of Things development center
https://www.telekom.com/en/media/media-information/archive/telekom-open-iot-labs-509106


Surveys by Consultants


Industry 4.0: Delivering The Smart Manufacturing Vision: Key manufacturing predictions
April 2018
The Fourth Industrial Revolution, a smart manufacturing technology, is expected to create up to $3.7 trillion in value by 2025
By 2018, 60% of large manufacturers will bring in new revenues from information-based products and services
By using product and service quality measures to enhance the customer experience, manufacturers will capture 20% more aftermarket revenue by 2020
Digitalization in manufacturing will add €550 billion (presently $673 billion) over the next 5 years to EU revenues
https://www.hcltech.com/blogs/industry-40-delivering-smart-manufacturing-vision

Industry 4.0 Maturity Model
2018
https://www.capgemini.com/consulting/2018/02/industry-4-0-maturity-model-mirroring-today-to-sprint-into-the-future/


CGI Global 1000 Manufacturing Industry Insights
https://www.cgi.com/sites/default/files/white-papers/manufacturing_industry-4_white-paper.pdf

Digitizing the value chain
By John Nanry, Subu Narayanan, and Louis Rassey
McKinsey Quarterly March 2015
In the past year, for example, more than 200 organizations from industry, government, and academia joined in supporting the Digital Manufacturing and Design Innovation Institute (DMDII) to advance digital integration in the manufacturing economy and have committed more than $200 million to support the DMDII. The US federal government is contributing an additional $70 million. Companies such as Caterpillar, GE, and P&G are among the industry partners.
https://www.mckinsey.com/business-functions/operations/our-insights/digitizing-the-value-chain




Fortune 500
In total, Fortune 500 companies represent two-thirds of the U.S. GDP with $12.8 trillion in revenues, $1.0 trillion in profits, $21.6 trillion in market value, and employ 28.2 million people worldwide.


RANKCOMPANY                               REVENUES ($M)


1Walmart                                              $500,343
2Exxon Mobil                                      $244,363
3Berkshire Hathaway$242,137
4 Apple    $229,234
5UnitedHealth Group$201,159
6 McKesson  $198,533
7CVS Health$184,765
8Amazon.com$177,866
9AT&T$160,546




12AmerisourceBergen$153,144
13Chevron$134,533
14Cardinal Health  $129,976
15  Costco   $129,025
16  Verizon  $126,034
17Kroger$122,662

18   General Electric

19Walgreens Boots Alliance$118,214
20JPMorgan Chase$113,899

21Fannie Mae$112,394
22Alphabet$110,855
23Home Depot$100,904
24Bank of America Corp.$100,264
25Express Scripts Holding$100,064.6
26Wells Fargo$97,74

28Phillips 66$91,568
29Anthem$90,039.4
30Microsoft$89,950


31Valero Energy$88,407
32Citigroup$87,966
33Comcast$84,526
34IBM$79,139
35Dell Technologies$78,660
36State Farm Insurance Cos.$78,330.8



38Freddie Mac$74,676
39Target$71,879
40Lowe’s$68,619
41Marathon Petroleum$67,610

43MetLife$66,153
44UPS$65,872

46Intel$62,761
47DowDuPont$62,683
48Archer Daniels Midland$60,828
49Aetna$60,535
50FedEx$60,319
51United Technologies$59,837
52Prudential Financial$59,689
53Albertsons Cos.$59,678.2
54Sysco$55,371.1
55Disney$55,137
56Humana$53,767
57Pfizer$52,546
58HP$52,056
59Lockheed Martin$51,048
60AIG$49,520
61Centene$48,572
62Cisco Systems$48,005
63HCA Healthcare$47,653
64Energy Transfer Equity$47,487
65Caterpillar$45,462
66Nationwide$43,939.9
67Morgan Stanley$43,642
68Liberty Mutual Insurance Group$42,687
69New York Life Insurance$42,296
70Goldman Sachs Group$42,254
71American Airlines Group$42,207
72Best Buy$42,151
73Cigna$41,616
74Charter Communications$41,581
75Delta Air Lines$41,244
76Facebook$40,653
77Honeywell International$40,534
78Merck$40,122
79Allstate$38,524
80Tyson Foods$38,260
81United Continental Holdings$37,736
82Oracle$37,728
83Tech Data$36,775
84TIAA$36,025.3
85TJX$35,864.7
86American Express$35,583
87Coca-Cola$35,410
88Publix Super Markets$34,836.8
89Nike$34,350
90Andeavor$34,204
91World Fuel Services$33,695.5
92Exelon$33,531
93Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance$33,495.4
94Rite Aid$32,845.1
95ConocoPhillips$32,584
96CHS$31,934.8
973M$31,657
98Time Warner$31,271
99General Dynamics$30,973
100USAA$30,015.8
101Capital One Financial$29,999
102Deere$29,737.7
103INTL FCStone$29,423.6
104Northwestern Mutual$29,331
105Enterprise Products Partners$29,241.5
106Travelers Cos.$28,902
107Hewlett Packard Enterprise$28,871
108Philip Morris International$28,748
109Twenty-First Century Fox$28,500
110AbbVie$28,216
111Abbott Laboratories$27,390
112Progressive$26,839
113Arrow Electronics$26,812.5
114Kraft Heinz$26,232
115Plains GP Holdings$26,223
116Gilead Sciences$26,107
117Mondelez International$25,896
118Northrop Grumman$25,803
119Raytheon$25,348
120Macy’s$24,837
121US Foods Holding$24,147.2
122U.S. Bancorp$23,996
123Dollar General$23,471
124International Paper$23,302
125Duke Energy$23,189
126Southern$23,031
127Marriott International$22,894
128Avnet$22,872.1
129Eli Lilly$22,871.3
130Amgen$22,849
131McDonald’s$22,820.4
132Starbucks$22,386.8
133Qualcomm$22,291
134Dollar Tree$22,245.5
135PBF Energy$21,786.6
136Icahn Enterprises$21,744
137Aflac$21,667
138AutoNation$21,534.6
139Penske Automotive Group$21,389
140Whirlpool$21,253
141Union Pacific$21,240
142Southwest Airlines$21,171
143ManpowerGroup$21,034.3
144Thermo Fisher Scientific$20,918
145Bristol-Myers Squibb$20,776
146Halliburton$20,620
147Tenet Healthcare$20,613
148Lear$20,467
149Cummins$20,428
150Micron Technology$20,322
151Nucor$20,252.4
152Molina Healthcare$19,883
153Fluor$19,521
154Altria Group$19,494
155Paccar$19,456.4
156Hartford Financial Services$19,228
157Kohl’s$19,095
158Western Digital$19,093
159Jabil$19,063.1
160Community Health Systems$18,477
161Visa$18,358
162Danaher$18,329.7
163Kimberly-Clark$18,259
164AECOM$18,203.4
165PNC Financial Services$18,035
166CenturyLink$17,656
167NextEra Energy$17,195
168PG&E Corp.$17,135
169Synnex$17,045.7
170WellCare Health Plans$17,007.2
171Performance Food Group$16,761.8
172Sears Holdings$16,702
173Synchrony Financial$16,695
174CarMax$16,637.1
175Bank of New York Mellon$16,621
176Freeport-McMoRan$16,416
177Genuine Parts$16,308.8
178Emerson Electric$16,301
179DaVita$16,038.2
180Supervalu$16,009
181Gap$15,855
182General Mills$15,619.8
183Nordstrom$15,478
184Colgate-Palmolive$15,454
185American Electric Power$15,424.9
186XPO Logistics$15,380.8
187Goodyear Tire & Rubber$15,377
188Omnicom Group$15,273.6
189CDW$15,191.5
190Sherwin-Williams$14,983.8
191PPG Industries$14,967
192Texas Instruments$14,961
193C.H. Robinson Worldwide$14,869.4
194WestRock$14,859.7
195Cognizant Technology Solutions$14,810
196Newell Brands$14,742.2
197CBS$14,710
198Envision Healthcare$14,700.5
199Monsanto$14,640
200Aramark$14,604.4
201Applied Materials$14,537
202Waste Management$14,485
203DISH Network$14,391.4
204Illinois Tool Works$14,314
205Lincoln National$14,257
206HollyFrontier$14,251.3
207CBRE Group$14,209.6
208Textron$14,198
209Ross Stores$14,134.7
210Principal Financial$14,093.2
211D.R. Horton$14,091
212Marsh & McLennan$14,024
213Devon Energy$13,949
214AES$13,850
215Ecolab$13,838.3
216Land O’Lakes$13,740.4
217Loews$13,735
218Kinder Morgan$13,705
219FirstEnergy$13,627
220Occidental Petroleum$13,274
221Viacom$13,263
222PayPal Holdings$13,094
223NGL Energy Partners$13,022.2
224Celgene$13,003
225Arconic$12,960
226Kellogg$12,923
227Las Vegas Sands$12,882
228Stanley Black & Decker$12,747.2
229Booking Holdings$12,681.1
230Lennar$12,646.4
231L Brands$12,632.4
232DTE Energy$12,607
233Dominion Energy$12,586
234Reinsurance Group of America$12,515.8
235J.C. Penney$12,506
236Mastercard$12,497
237BlackRock$12,491
238Henry Schein$12,461.5
239Guardian Life Ins. Co. of America$12,454.5
240Stryker$12,444
241Jefferies Financial Group$12,407.9
242VF$12,399.6
243ADP$12,379.8
244Edison International$12,320
245Biogen$12,273.9
246United States Steel$12,250
247Core-Mark Holding$12,225
248Bed Bath & Beyond$12,215.8
249Oneok$12,173.9
250BB&T Corp.$12,156


http://fortune.com/2018/05/21/fortune-500-companies-2018/


Updated on  15,  14 July 2018
First published on 12 July 2018



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