List of companies of the Netherlands

This is a list of companies from the Netherlands. See for lists of companies from other countries.

Independent companies

*Akzo Nobel
*ASML Holding
*Australian Homemade
*Basell Polyolefins
*Bip Candy
*CNH Global
*Exact Software
*Fortis (Belgian-Dutch)
*Friesland Foods
*Heineken International
*ING Group
*KLM Royal Dutch Airlines (merged with Air France)
*Lucas Bols
*Reed Elsevier (Anglo-Dutch)
*Royal Dutch Shell (Anglo-Dutch 40/60)
*SBM Offshore
*Spyker Cars
*SVS Printing
*Triodos Bank
*Trust Computer Products (Based in The Netherlands)
*Unilever (Anglo-Dutch)
*Wolters Kluwer

ubsidiaries of companies

* Baan, now known as SSA Global Nederland, part of SSA Global Technologies
* DAF Trucks, part of PACCAR
* Douwe Egberts, part of Sara Lee
* Equant, now owned by France Télécom
* Guerrilla Games, now owned by Sony Computer Entertainment Inc.
* KLM, part of Air France-KLM
* NedCar, owned by Mitsubishi Motors
* Norfolkline, part of Maersk
* Numico, part of Groupe Danone
* P&O Nedlloyd, part of Maersk
* SABIC Europe, part of SABIC
* Stad Rotterdam Verzekeringen (now Fortis ASR)
* VDL Bus International
* Versatel, owned by Tele2
* Vodafone Netherlands, part of Vodafone

Defunct companies

* Fokker
* Spyker
* Verenigde Oost-Indische Compagnie, VOC or Dutch East India Company
* West-Indische Compagnie, WIC or Dutch West India Company

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