An overview of the biggest Dutch firms by market value or market capitalization can be found in the table below. We will then briefly go through each company on this list.
|Dutch firms||Market Value (€)|
|Heineken N.V.||54.59 billion|
|NXP Semiconductors||44.24 billion|
|Stellantis Hotels||40.72 billion|
|ING Group||39.03 billion|
|AHOLD Delhaize||26.62 billion|
On the list of biggest Dutch firms, ASML comes in top. The corporation is valued at €212.62 billion on the market. The company primarily manufactures equipment for chip manufacturing. The majority of ASML’s clients are chip manufacturers. These days, chips are found in a wide variety of electronic gadgets, which explains how AMSL developed.
As a result, ASML has surpassed all other businesses in the Netherlands in terms of market value and capitalization. It is not, however, the biggest Amsterdam Exchange Index (AEX) company since Shell is bigger, which has its headquarters in the United Kingdom.
The second business on this list of the biggest Dutch businesses is Prosus. This corporation has a market value of €157.08 billion.
Prosus is an investment company which owns a large stake in numerous media businesses. The business also finances other promising businesses by growth of its stocks.
The third business on our list was established with the assistance of numerous European businesses. One of its largest competitions is the American Boeing. The company’s market worth is €80.17 billion.
Airbus has been making airplanes since 1970. They have already delivered more than 10,000 aircrafts since its incorporation. Its operational headquarters are in France even though its head office is based in Leiden, Netherlands.
4) Heineken N.V.
Heineken is a well-known global company. Its famed beer is brewed and sold globally, and it is valued at a €54.59 billion market capitalization.
The Dutch brewing company was founded in 1864, making it more than 150 years old. In addition to the well-known brand Heineken, the company also owns brands like Amstel, Brand, Jillz, Vitaminwater, Sourcy, Desperados and Wieckse Witte.
5) NXP Semiconductors
NXP Semiconductors is a Philips subsidiary. It used to be a component of Philips’ manufacturing process for semiconductors, which are frequently used in electronic devices. The division was sold by Philips, and as a result, it is now known as NXP Semiconductors. The company’s market capitalization is €44,24 billion.
The company was born out of a conflict between the Italian-American automakers Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) and PSA (France). Stellantis’ value is €40.72 billion.
Stellantis is one of the largest auto manufacturers in the world. Numerous well-known brands, including Opel, Alfa Romeo, Fiat, Maserati, Jeep, Citroën and Peugeot are subsidiaries of the company.
Adyen, a financial management and brokerage firm, was founded in the Netherlands and is now operating internationally. One would likely take notice of the company when making an online payment. Since its formation in 2006, it expanded to more than 20 countries. Adyen’s market capitalization is €39.53 billion.
8) ING Group
One of the largest banks in the Netherlands is the ING Group. ING was founded in the Netherlands in 1881 and has since attained significant growth. It is also one of the largest businesses present in the AEX.
The primary activity of ING Group is banking, although they also have a presence in the insurance sector. They have administered numerous various banks and insurance companies throughout the years. Thus, the ING Group’s entire market capitalization is €39.03 billion.
DSM is a chemical firm based in southern Netherlands. The business was established in 1902, with primary products such as raw materials for plastic and culinary additives. The corporation is valued at €26.91 billion on the market.
10) AHOLD Delhaize
The final company on the top ten list of Dutch corporations is AHOLD Delhaize. The parent firm of several brands, including Gall & Gall, Etos, Albert Heijn and bol.com.
In 2016, AHOLD and Delhaize merged to form AHOLD Delhaize. The company still has operations in roughly ten other countries in addition to the Netherlands, which are mostly supermarket focused.
AHOLD Delhaize has a market capitalization and market worth of €26.62 billion.