The Electrical Manufacturers' Billion-Dollar Club - Largest U.S.-Based Electrical Manufacturers

The chart below provides sales data and employee counts for the largest electrical manufacturers in the world. Sales data is for 2013, and employee counts are for the total company unless otherwise noted.

Notes: 1 - Estimate from Forbes magazine; 2 - Estimate from Hoovers; 3 - Dun & Bradstreet.  While the data listed above has the highest sales volumes first, it’s not intended to be a ranking, because the actual electrical sales for companies where electrical products are just one part of a diverse product focus and are not broken out individually is substantially lower than the total.





CompanyHeadquartersEstimated Electrical SalesEmployees
Emerson Electric Co.St. Louis$11.04 billion in sales directly related to electrical ($24.67 billion company total)132,000
Eaton Corp. Cleveland $13.46 billion in electrical product and systems; ($22 billion in total company sales) 102000
Rockwell Automation Milwaukee, Wis. $6.35 billion 22,000
General Cable Corp. Highland Heights, Ky. $6.42 billion 14,000
Southwire Co. Carrollton, Ga. $5 billion(1)5,600
Hubbell Inc. Orange, Conn. $3.20 billion 14,300
GE Fairfield, Conn. $3 billion in lighting ($146.1 billion company total) 13,000 (GE Lighting)(307,000 Company total)
Belden Inc. St. Louis $2.06 billion 7,200
Acuity Brands Inc. Atlanta $2.09 billion 6,500
Encore Wire Corp. McKinney, Texas $1.2 billion 1,108
Hoffman Enclosures (Pentair)Anoka, Minn.$1.2 billion (Hoffman(2)) ($7.48 billion Pentair total) 30,000
Cree Inc. Durham, N.C. $1.4 billion 6,120
Generac Waukesha, Wis. $1.5 billion 3,400
Panduit Corp. Tinley Park, Ill. $1 billion-plus 5,000
Leviton Manufacturing Co. Inc. Melville, N.Y. $742 million(3)6,095


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