The top 20 California companies in the 2012 HispanicBusiness 500 Ranking produced revenues of $2.05 billion in 2011, up slightly from the $2.00 billion they produced in 2010.
The California top 20 employed 8,610 people last year as well, up 1.6 percent from the year before, when they employed 8,476.
Ruiz Foods once again tops the list in California with revenues of $510 million.
Thirteen of the top 20 companies in California posted revenue gains from 2010-2011, led by Allied Industries in Sherman Oaks, which saw sales soar 94.75 percent.
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California Top 20
Overall Rank | Company Name | 2011 Revenue
14. Ruiz Foods Inc., $510.00 million
20. OneSource Distributors Inc., $416.00 million
55. TELACU Industries Inc., $130.00 million
68. Jules & Associates Inc., $101.90 million
69. Bay Cities Paving & Grading Inc., $100.82 million
74. TriNet Communications Inc., $87.22 million
86. Ametza LLC, $71.00 million
87. Lloyd A. Wise Cos., $69.68 million
94. WSA Distributing Inc., $60.00 million
96. GSE Construction Co. Inc., $58.94 million
100. La Tortilla Factory Inc., $56.00 million
103. Esparza Enterprises Inc., $55.07 million
110. GC Micro Corp., $52.30 million
124. Consolidated Contracting Services Inc., $45.00 million
126. Field Fresh Foods Inc., $44.05 million
127. Allied Industries, Inc., $43.46 million
136. A.M. Ortega Construction Inc., $39.25 million
139. Support Services of America Inc., $38.00 million
144. Perera Construction & Design Inc., $36.21 million
149. E.J. De La Rosa & Co. Inc., $35.07 million
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