Forbes recently released its 2017 Global 2000 list of the world’s biggest public companies. The list features several firms within the glass industry, including Saint-Gobain and Asahi Glass Co. Ltd.

In the report, a company’s sales, profit, assets and market value are weighted equally to create a composite score and overall ranking. According to Forbes, the companies included in the Global 2000 list have a combined total revenue of $35.3 trillion.

Here are where firms in the glass and glazing industry—as well as others that supply to the industry within their subsidiaries—stand in the rankings:

Bayer (Germany) – No. 89
Sales: $51.83 billion
Employees: 115,200
Other rankings: No. 145 in sales; No. 100 in profit; No. 307 in assets; No. 79 in market value.

Dow Chemical (U.S.) – No. 113
Sales: $48.14 billion
Employees: 56,000
Other rankings: No. 160 in sales; No. 124 in profit; No. 351 in assets; No. 115 in market value.

3M (U.S.) – No. 197
Sales: $30.11 billion
Employees: 91,584
Other rankings: No. 286 in sales; No. 98 in profit; No. 771 in assets; No. 59 in market value.

Saint-Gobain (France) – No. 268
Sales: $43.24 billion
Employees: 172,696
Other rankings: No. 182 in sales; No. 444 in profit; No. 575 in assets; No. 423 in market value.

CRH (Ireland) — No. 317
Sales: $30.05 billion
Employees: 86,788
Other rankings: No. 287 in sales; No. 457 in profit; No. 761 in assets,; No. 409 in market value.

Linde Group (Germany) – No. 336
Sales: $18.75 billion
Employees: 59,715
Other rankings: No. 467 in sales; No. 504 in profit; No. 668 in assets; No. 375 in market value.

Corning (U.S.) – 433
Sales: $9.39 billion
Employees: 40,700
Other rankings: No. 965 in sales; No. 155 in profit; No. 881 in assets; No. 493 in market value.

AkzoNobel (Netherlands) – No. 563
Sales: $15.71 billion
Employees: 46,000
Other rankings: No. 570 in sales; No. 598 in profit; No. 1,286 in assets; No. 563 in market value.

PPG (U.S.) – No. 717
Sales: $15.11 billion
Employees: 47,000
Other rankings: No. 596 in sales; No. 1,298 in profit; No. 1,388 in assets; No. 437 in market value.

Eastman (U.S.) – No. 826
Sales: $8.95 billion
Employees: 14,000
Other rankings: No. 1,000 in sales; No. 738 in profit, No. 1,416 in assets; No. 1,024 in market value.

 

Norsk Hydro (Norway) – No. 839
Sales: $9.76 billion
Employees: 12,911
Other rankings: No. 934 in sales; No. 833 in profit; No. 1,440 in assets; No. 1,013 in market value.

Assa Abloy (Sweden) – No. 860
Sales: $8.36 billion
Employees: 46,928
Other rankings: No. 1,074 in sales; No. 814 in profit; No. 1,863 in assets; No. 534 in market value.

AGC (Japan) – No. 989
Sales: $11.8 billion
Employees: 50,963
Other rankings: No. 766 in sales; No. 1,347 in profit; No. 1,313 in assets; No. 1,285 in market value.

Sika (Switzerland) – No. 1,158
Sales: $5.83 billion
Employees: 17,419
Other rankings: No. 1,460 in sales; No. 1,067 in profit; No. 789 in market value.

Alcoa (U.S.) – No. 1,330
Sales: $15.13 billion
Employees: 14,000
Other rankings: No. 594 in sales; No. 1,329 in assets; No. 1,846 in market value.

Valspar (U.S.) – No. 1,979
Sales: $4.21 billion
Employees: 11,100
Other rankings: No. 1,907 in sales, No. 1,616 in profit; No. 1,342 in market value.