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List of Michigan companies

 

List of Michigan companies

This is a list of important companies located in the state of Michigan.


Top publicly traded
companies in Michigan

according to revenues
with State and U.S. rankings
State Corporation US
1 General Motors 6
2 Ford 9
3 Dow 48
4 Whirlpool 148
5 Lear 174
6 TRW Automotive 175
7 Penske Automotive 177
8 Kellogg 210
9 DTE Energy 245
10 Ally 295
11 Stryker 300
12 Autoliv 312
13 Masco 334
14 Visteon 344
15 BorgWarner 347
16 SpartanNash 359
17 CMS Energy 383
18 Auto-Owners 425
19 Con-way 456
20 Kelly Services 471
21 Meritor 641
22 American Axle 657
23 Cooper-Standard Automotive 707
24 Steelcase 759
25 WABCO 785
26 Wolverine World Wide 806
27 Metaldyne Performance 812
28 Universal Forest 821
29 Diplomat Pharmacy 946
30 Tower International 956
Further information:
List of Michigan companies

Source: Fortune[1]

Companies based in Michigan

*Note: this list includes joint-ventures based in Michigan, subsidiaries of Michigan-based companies also located in Michigan, and companies based in Michigan currently owned or controlled by private equity, venture capital, or other similar entities. Below is a separate list of outside companies with a significant presence in Michigan.

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Subsidiaries of US companies

Subsidiaries of foreign companies

Out of state and foreign companies with a major presence

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Fortune companies - Michigan.CNN Money, 2015. Retrieved July 15, 2015.
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