Persbericht: Lenovo stijgt in de ‘FORTUNE Global 500’-lijst 2015

Lenovo stijgt in de ‘FORTUNE Global 500’-lijst 2015

Het bedrijf springt 55 plaatsen omhoog van 286 naar 231 in de vijfde opeenvolgende vermelding in FORTUNE´s jaarlijkse lijst van grootste bedrijven ter wereld

Beste redactie,

Lenovo kondigt vandaag aan dat het bedrijf op nummer 231 staat in de ‘FORTUNE Global 500’-lijst van dit jaar. Het bedrijf stond in 2014 op nummer 286 in de jaarlijkse lijst van grootste bedrijven ter wereld op basis van omzet, een stijging van 55 plaatsen. Lenovo´s jaarlijkse omzet van $46 miljard plaatst het bedrijf net voor wereldwijd bekende bedrijven, zoals The Coco-Cola Company op plaats 232 en FedEx op plaats 238. Dit is het vijfde jaar op rij dat Lenovo in de Global 500 lijst staat, waarbij het bedrijf ieder jaar gestaag klimt en al ruim 200 plaatsen is gestegen sinds haar eerste notering op plek 450 in 2011.

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Lenovo Climbs in 2015 ‘FORTUNE Global 500’ Rankings

Company jumps 55 spots from 286 to 231 in fifth consecutive listing in FORTUNE’s Annual Ranking of the World’s Largest Companies

RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC – July 22, 2015: Lenovo (HKSE:992) (ADR: LNVGY) announced today that it ranked No. 231 in this year’s FORTUNE’s Global 500 list of the world’s largest companies by revenue, up from 286 on the 2014 annual list. Rising 55 spots in the rankings, Lenovo’s $46 billion in annual revenue puts the company just ahead of well-known global companies such as The Coca-Cola Company, at 232 and FedEx at 238. This is the fifth consecutive year Lenovo has appeared on the Global 500 list, steadily climbing in rankings year-over-year and jumping over 200 spots since returning to the list in 2011 at No. 450.

“Our position on the Global 500 list is a celebration of a monumental year for Lenovo, during which we realized 20% sales growth and completed our two largest acquisitions to date with Motorola Mobility and IBM System x,” said Yang Yuanqing, chairman and chief executive officer, Lenovo. “We are steadfast in our journey to become a $100 billion global technology leader that is known and respected around the world.”

Lenovo’s steady climb in the Global Fortune 500 rankings reflects a strong year in performance and growth for Lenovo. Full year revenue and profit hit a new record level, reaching more than $46 billion, up 20% year-over-year, demonstrating continuous strong momentum. A decade after the IBM PC acquisition, Lenovo’s core PC business remains strong, achieving record market share in 2015 as the undisputed worldwide market leader for two-years running, with continuous growth in revenue and profit. Lenovo is also spurring strong growth in mobile and enterprise as the third largest vendor in smartphones, tablets and x86 servers.

The FORTUNE Global 500 is a ranking of 500 of the top global companies that are ranked by their total revenues for their respective fiscal years ending in or before March, 31, 2015. The prominent list is compiled and published by FORTUNE magazine. For more information about the FORTUNE Global 500 list, please visit


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