Each year, we determine the companies to include in the Supply Chain Top 25 study by starting with the combined Fortune Global 500 and Forbes Global 2000 lists. In an effort to have a manageable number of companies in the study, a $12 billion minimum revenue threshold is applied. We also remove companies that do not have supply chains for physical products, as well as supply chains with unique characteristics that distort the financial metrics used in the ranking. Finally, we eliminate companies that do not have up-to-date, publicly available financial data. The final list typically consists of 250 to 300 companies. Check out our 2019 top 25 supply chains.
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