The Top 20 Florida companies in the 2012 Hispanic Business 500 Ranking produced revenues of $15.40 billion in 2011, up from $11.50 billion in 2010 and from just $7.80 billion reported in 2009.
The top 20 also employed 24,531 people last year, up from 18,249 people employed in 2010. The list is once again headed by Brightstar Corp., with 2011 revenues of $5.70 billion. Brightstar retained its rank as the No. 1 overall company on the 500.
SDI International Corp., No. 4 in Florida as well as overall on the list, was the Florida company with the largest growth in sales, showing an impressive 276.92 percent increase in revenue from 2010, from $260.00 million to $980.00 million.
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Florida companies represent an impressive seven of the overall top 10 companies on the 500.
Florida Top 20
Overall Rank | Company Name | 2011 Revenue
1. Brightstar Corp. $5.70 billion
2. MasTec Inc. $3.01 billion
3 The Related Group of Florida $1.39 billion
4. SDI International Corp. $980.00 million
5. Greenway Ford Inc. $902.38 million
7. Quirch Foods Co. $696.00 million
8. Liberty Power LLC $655.07 million
23. Navarro Discount Pharmacies $328.00 million
30. BMI Financial Group Inc. $247.00 million
33. First Equity Mortgage Bankers Inc. $228.78 million
35. Precision Trading Corp. $219.73 million
43. Headquarter Toyota $161.48 million
46. El Dorado Furniture Corp. $152.57 million
51. Spanish Broadcasting System $140.98 million
60. Refricenter of Miami Inc. $117.98 million
61. Miami Automotive Retail Inc. $116.96 million
67. MCM $105.50 million
70. Gus Machado Enterprises $95.32 million
80. Lucy's Tire Inc. $79.47 million
83. J2 Engineering Inc. $73.00 million
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