The Hispanic Business 500 has served as a barometer of the U.S. Hispanic economy for more than 25 years. We believe that applying our criteria on a statewide level can yield interesting results for our readers. Here's a look at the New York-based companies on the list.
The Top 15 New York companies in the 2008 Hispanic Business 500 Ranking produced revenues of $526.12 million and employed 4,468 people in 2007.
Bartlett Dairy heads the list in New York, with 2007 revenues of $135.07 million. The company, now in its 20th year, is a dairy and food distributor headquartered in Jamaica, NY. Eleven of New York's top fifteen companies saw an increase in revenues from 2006-2007, led by First In Service Travel, up 36.36% from $11 million to $15 million.
New York Top 15
Overall Rank, Company Name, 2007 Revenue
53. Bartlett Dairy Inc., $135.07 million
69. Dial A Mattress Operating Corp., $104.00 million
85. Gracious Home, $71.00 million
158. Gaseteria Oil Corp., $34.00 million
162. A&A Maintenance Enterprise Inc., $33.00 million
175. La Rosa Del Monte Express Inc., $31.00 million
272. Excel Interior Construction Co., $18.90 million
283. Samuel A. Ramirez & Co., Inc., $17.78 million
294. Proftech LLC, $16.40 million
319. First In Service Travel Ltd., $15.00 million
322. Mechanical Heating Supply Inc., $14.73 million
408. Alante Security Group Inc., $9.44 million
420. Priority Staffing Solutions Inc., $9.00 million
425. Straight Line Industries Inc., $8.80 million
448. Mast Distributors Inc., $6.75 million
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