Ranking of the 1,200 exporting companies in Andalusia

Andalusia began its strategy to stem the decline in domestic consumption during the years of economic recession by boosting exports worldwide. We are talking about the work carried out by 21,871 exporting companiesThis is a very positive figure, but it should be borne in mind that only 10% (2,124 companies) occupied 98% of the totality of this practice of goods and services, valued at 30,913 million euros. So begins the study carried out by the magazine Andalucía Económica in its issue number 312.

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Andalusia closed 2017 with 21,871 exporting companies

Below we present the volume of exports from Andalusia and Spain in 2016 and 2017.

  • Exports of Andalusia 201626,823,152,000 euros.
  • Exports of Andalusia 201730,913,331,000 euros.
  • Exports of Spain in 2016256,393,380,000 euros.
  • Exports of Spain in 2017277,125,736,000 euros.

Not only have Andalusia's exports grown, but also the volume of employment linked to internationalisationWe are talking about a growth of 11.1% more than in 2016, or in figures, 38,173 more jobs. In total, companies linked to foreign activity employ 381,859 people.

During the first quarter of 2018, the statistics provided by Extenda show that a total of sales abroad from Andalusia 8,317 million.

The trade balance surplus 493 million euros, compared with a deficit of 6,933 million euros for Spain as a whole.

We will now talk about the most exported products. In 2017, aeronautical exports took off, reaching 3,293 million euros. For the first time, they surpassed olive oil exports. Below is the ranking of exported products from January to March 2018.

  1. Pulses, Vegetables, S/Cons1,121,038,000 (13.5%). Reduction of 14.3% from 2017 to 2018.
  2. Fuels, Mineral Oils1,029,926,000 (12.4%). Increase 48% from 2017 to 2018.
  3. Aircraft, Spacecraft702,687,000 (8.4%). 130.8% increase from 2017 to 2018.
  4. Minerals, Slag and Ash692,419,000 (8.3%). Increase of 24.9% from 2017 to 2018.
  5. Fruits/ Fruits, S/ Preserve663,749,000 (8%). Decrease 4% from 2017 to 2018.
  6. Olive oil (S.ICEX)577,881,000 (6.9%). Decrease 32.5/ from 2017 to 2018.
  7. Electrical equipment and materials450,306,000 (5.4%). Increase of 17.8% from 2017 to 2018.
  8. OtherCopper and articles thereof (4.61 PT3T); iron and steel (3.91 PT3T); canned vegetables or fruit and juices (1.91 PT3T); rest (21.61 PT3T).

Germany is the main market for Andalusian products, with purchases valued at 3,726 million euros. The top 10 is completed by France, Portugal, Italy, the United Kingdom, China, the United States, the Netherlands and Morocco.

The following is the volume of exports segmented by province (January to March 2017 and 2018). This top ranking is based on the results of 2018.

  1. Huelva1.722.279.000 euros in 2017 | 2.034.361.000 euros in 2018
  2. Seville1,287,046,000 euros in 2017 | 1,768,142,000 euros in 2018.
  3. Cadiz1,598,030,000 euros in 2017 | 1,629,599,000 euros in 2018.
  4. Almeria1,399,879,000 euros in 2017 | 1,229,982,000 euros in 2018.
  5. Cordoba702,296,000 euros in 2017 | 529,950,000 euros in 2018.
  6. Malaga658,041,000 euros in 2017 | 518,340,000 euros in 2018.
  7. Grenada329,248,000 euros in 2017 | 307,429,000 euros in 2018.
  8. Jaén341,271,000 euros in 2017 | 299,134,000 euros in 2018.

Andalusia is postulated as the fourth Spanish region with the most exporting companies In terms of growth in numbers (+5%), it was the second largest in the country in 2017.

Lina GálvezThe Andalusian Minister of Knowledge, Research and University, was interviewed by the magazine Andalucía Económica to talk about exports in Andalusia. Lina tells us that the growth of almost 31,000 million euros is due to the fact that businessmen and businesswomen saw an opportunity to sell abroad. A large part of the success is due to the change in the way of understanding how to compete in a global environment, together with technical and technological capacity, reducing the importance of bulk sales.

Now we will focus on the ranking of the 1,200 exporting companies in AndalusiaThe study was carried out by Andalucía Económica. It should be made clear that the figures published refer exclusively to the sale of products abroad, and in no case do they reflect the possible activity of one or more subsidiaries of Andalusian companies in other countries. This post will indicate the 20 companies with the highest export figures.

  1. Atlantic Copper, S.L.U. (966.000.000 €)
  2. Acerinox Europa, S.A.U. (916,000,000 €)
  3. Renault España, S.A. (832,692,000 euros)
  4. Cunext Copper Industries, S.L. (826.873.000 €)
  5. Cosentino Group (800.000.000 €)
  6. Valeo Iluminación, S.A.U. (620,911,000 €)
  7. Miguel Gallego, S.A. MIGASA (620.000.000 €)
  8. Minas de Aguas Teñidas, S.A.U. MATSA (557.707.000 €)
  9. Sovena España, S.A. (' 545,000,000)
  10. Dcoop, S. Coop. (541.274.000 €)
  11. Deoil (508.200.000 €)
  12. Mayoral Moda Infantil, S.A.U. (262.500.000 €)
  13. Agroponiente Group (248.500.000 €)
  14. Herba Ricemills, S.L.U. (246.552.000 €)
  15. Acesur (240.000.000 €)
  16. Unica Fresh (235.000.000 €)
  17. La Unión Alhóndiga (181.000.000 €)
  18. Onubafruit, S.C.A. (178.000.000 €)
  19. Vicasol, S.C.A. (178.000.000 €)
  20. Agroiris Group (170.000.000 €)

Next, we will publish the top 5 of each Andalusian province, indicating the position it occupies in the ranking of the most important Andalusian provinces. 1,200 largest companies in Andalusia.

Almeria

  1. Cosentino Group
  2. J. Group Carrión Group
  3. The Union Alhondiga
  4. Unica Fresh
  5. Agroponiente Group

Cadiz

  1. Acerinox Europe
  2. Osborne Group
  3. Airbus Operations
  4. APM Terminals Algeciras
  5. González Byass

Cordoba

  1. Cunext Cooper Industries
  2. Deóleo
  3. S.C.A. Ganadera del Valle de los Pedroches
  4. Unieléctrica Group
  5. Gallo (Group)

Grenada

  1. Bidafarma Group
  2. Covirán Group
  3. Lactalis Puleva
  4. Avinatur
  5. Maeva Group - Torres Morente

Huelva

  1. Atlantic Copper
  2. Aguas Teñidas Mines
  3. Amasua Group
  4. Rodriguez Seafood Group
  5. Huntsman P&A

Jaén

  1. Valero Lighting
  2. Jaencoop, S.C.A.
  3. Luis Piña
  4. Alvic FR Furniture Group
  5. Interóleo de Hipermercados

Malaga

  1. Dcoop, Soc. Coop.
  2. Pernod Ricard Spain
  3. Mayoral Children's Fashion
  4. Acotral Logistics Company
  5. Factory, Slaughterhouse and Quartering, S.A.

Seville

  1. Endesa Group
  2. Mercadona
  3. El Corte Ingles
  4. Vida Farma, Soc. Coop. And.
  5. Telephony Spain
  6. Abengoa

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