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Florida's Biggest Companies 2016

Florida's 225 Biggest Private Companies

Ranked by revenue.

| 6/28/2016

The chart below previews the top 50 companies on Florida Trend's 225 Biggest Private Companies list. The full list is available for purchase, online, and contains hundreds of additional contacts, phone, fax, website, full company address, and other information not previously published.

2016 Rank Name of Company City
1 Publix Super Markets Lakeland
2 Sun Capital Partners Boca Raton
3 H.I.G. Capital Management Miami
4 JM Family Enterprises Deerfield Beach
5 Southern Wine & Spirits of America Miami
6 Brightstar Miami
7 Southeastern Grocers Jacksonville
8 Adventist Health System Altamonte Springs
9 Oasis Outsourcing West Palm Beach
10 Fanjul Corp./Florida Crystals West Palm Beach
11 TBC Corporation Palm Beach Gardens
12 NASCAR Daytona Beach
13 Oxbow West Palm Beach
14 Chiquita Brands International Dania
15 SouthEast Personnel Leasing Holiday
16 Staluppi Auto Group North Palm Beach
17 George E. Warren Vero Beach
18 Red Lobster Hospitality Orlando
19 Greenway Automotive Orlando
20 Abbey Carpet Bonita Springs
21 Crowley Maritime Jacksonville
22 Rooms To Go Seffner
23 Acosta Sales & Marketing Jacksonville
24 Related Group Miami
25 Arthrex Naples
26 CNL Financial Group Orlando
27 Braman Motors Miami
28 Consulate Health Care Maitland
29 SDI International Fort Lauderdale
30 Interline Brands Jacksonville
31 Potamkin Automotive Group Miami Lakes
32 Cheney Brothers Riviera Beach
33 MBF Healthcare Partners Coral Gables
34 Advanced Disposal Ponte Vedra
35 FrankCrum Clearwater
36 Trivest Partners Coral Gables
37 Beall's Bradenton
38 Colorado Boxed Beef Auburndale
39 Intcomex Miami
40 Greenberg Traurig Miami
41 Fanatics Jacksonville
42 Boar's Head Provisions Sarasota
43 Westgate Resorts Orlando
44 Progressive Employer Management Sarasota
45 American Strategic Insurance St. Petersburg
46 GATE Petroleum Company Jacksonville
47 Chromalloy Palm Beach Gardens
48 Rick Case Automotive Group Fort Lauderdale
48 ABB Optical Group Coral Springs
50 21st Century Oncology Holdings Fort Myers

To qualify for consideration for the Florida Trend Private 225 list, a company must be headquartered in Florida and privately held. Subsidiaries are eligible provided they are headquartered in FL and have their own CEO/President. Ties are sorted alphabetically. Those that did not respond with complete information or in a timely manner were either not included or estimated. Research by Laurie Graulich. © Copyright 2016 Trend Magazines Inc.

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