April 23, 2018

TopRank Florida 2011

Top 150 Public Companies in Florida

Ranked by revenue

The chart below includes the top 50 companies on Florida Trend's Top 150 Public Companies list. For the full list, go here to find out how to purchase. The online version is available in Excel and is expanded, with hundreds of additional contacts, phone, fax, website, full company address, and much more.

2011 Rank Firm Name Location
1 International Assets Holding Altamonte Springs
2 Tech Data Clearwater
3 World Fuel Services Miami
4 Florida Power & Light Juno Beach
5 Carnival Miami

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At right, Jabil Circuit president and CEO Timothy Main

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7 AutoNation Fort Lauderdale
AutonationThe key for the rest of 2011 for AutoNation (Public Company No. 7), the nation's largest car retailer (and owner of Autoway dealerships), and for Toyota and Lexus importer and distributor JM Family Enterprises (Private Company No. 3) is how much their businesses get disrupted by the Japan quake and tsunami. Up until the disaster, AutoNation was rolling, with a 23% jump in new vehicle sales in the first quarter. JM expects the quake-caused production shortfall to be made up by the fourth quarter and says its other businesses have been performing well above expectations this year.
8 Office Depot Boca Raton
9 CSX Jacksonville
10 Winn-Dixie Stores Jacksonville
11 Darden Restaurants Orlando
12 Royal Caribbean Cruises Miami
13 Fidelity National Financial Jacksonville
14 WellCare Health Plans Tampa
15 Fidelity National Information Services Jacksonville
16 Harris Melbourne
17 Health Management Associates Naples
17 Ryder System Miami
19 Fresh Del Monte Produce Coral Gables
20 TECO Energy Tampa
Total revenue of the 150 public companies
rose 8.5% to $265.5 billion.
21 Lennar Miami
22 Raymond James St. Petersburg
22 HSN St. Petersburg
24 Watsco Coconut Grove
25 Seacor Holdings Fort Lauderdale
SeacorFort Lauderdale-based Seacor Holdings (Public No. 25) makes its living on the seas — serving the offshore oil industry and other marine needs — and 2010 was very good for it. The company's environmental services division brought in tens of millions of dollars responding to the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. Rising revenue pushed Seacor up nine slots. But this year, as the Deepwater Horizon cleanup wound down, a dearth of new drilling permits issued by the Obama administration has hammered demand for its services.
25 AirTran Holdings Orlando


This year likely marks AirTran Holdings (Public No. 25) last year on our public companies list. The Orlando discount carrier was purchased by Southwest in May.

27 Lender Processing Services Jacksonville
28 Landstar System Jacksonville
28 Roper Industries Sarasota
30 MasTec Coral Gables
30 Tupperware Brands Orlando
32 SFN Group Fort Lauderdale
32 PSS World Medical Jacksonville
34 B/E Aerospace Wellington
35 Citrix Systems Fort Lauderdale
35 Chicos FAS Fort Myers
37 Cott Tampa
38 Lincare Holdings Clearwater
39 Walter Energy Tampa
40 Mednax Sunrise
41 Rayonier Jacksonville
41 GEO Group Boca Raton
43 Sykes Enterprises Tampa


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45 Vector Group Miami
45 Elizabeth Arden Miramar
45 Interline Brands Jacksonville
48 Kforce Tampa
49 Dycom Industries Palm Beach Gardens
50 Brown & Brown Daytona Beach
To qualify for consideration for the Florida Trend Public 150 list, a company must be headquartered in Florida, have its stock traded on the NYSE, AMEX, Nasdaq or OTC, and file regular financial reports with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Research by Karen Tyson. Ranked by 2010 revenue. ©Copyright 2011 Trend Magazines Inc.

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