The Top 20 New Mexico companies in the 2012 Hispanic Business 500 Ranking produced revenues of $589.68 million in 2011, up 1.9 percent from the $578.84 million produced in 2010.
The companies employed 2,767 people, which was also up from the 2,634 people employed in 2010 and nearly equal to the 2,785 people employed in 2009.
Manuel Lujan Insurance once again heads the list, with 2011 revenues of $114.36 million, up 8.86 percent from its 2010 revenue of $105.05 million.
However, just seven of the 20 companies saw an increase in revenues from 2010-2011. ADC Ltd. NM led the way with a 42.86 percent increase, from $14 million to $20 million in revenue.
Related: Top 20 Hispanic-owned Companies in Texas 2012
Sixteen of the top 20 New Mexico companies are based in Albuquerque.
New Mexico Top 20
Overall Rank | Company Name | 2011 Revenue
63. Manuel Lujan Insurance Inc., $114.36 million
73. Roses Southwest Papers Inc., $88.00 million
88. Wildflower International, $69.58 million
121. Holman's USA LLC, $45.52 million
140. Applied Technology Associates, $37.27 million
157. Abba Technologies Inc., $32.00 million
164. L&M Technologies Inc., $30.69 million
176. Integrated Control Systems Inc., $27.90 million
215. ADC Ltd. NM, $20.00 million
245. Star Paving Co., $17.30 million
259. Service Electric Co. Inc., $15.50 million
289. Captiva Group, $13.20 million
308. San Bar Construction Corp., $11.75 million
316. Ray's Flooring Specialists Inc., $11.10 million
325. Zia Engineering & Environmental Consultants LLC, $10.10 million
330. Sparkle Maintenance Inc., $9.91 million
335. Apache Construction Co. Inc., $9.50 million
344. MyBank, $9.00 million
350. Centinel Bank of Taos, $8.73 million
358. Molzen Corbin, $8.27 million
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