World’s top 200 private and public mining equipment, technology and services (METS) companies.
7.8% year-on-year lift in 2021-22 mining-related sales to more than US$113 billion.
Top 30 companies, accounting for about 70% of industry revenue, saw a circa-6% 2022 mining sales rebound
METS200 companies have spent at least US$43.8 billion on acquisitions and growth (circa 280 transactions) since 2011 – more than 70% of it since 2016 – to position themselves for elevated mining industry capital and recurrent investment this decade and into the future.
More than half (50.5%) of METS200 companies are publicly listed – dominated by Australia, US, Canada, Germany and France securities exchange-listed corporations.
Services-focused companies made up 38% of the METS200; equipment manufacturers/suppliers 32%; technology firms 14%; and products/consumables-focused suppliers 13.5%.
Tech companies make up 15% of METS200 companies, based on 2021 mining-related revenues. The top 10 companies in the segment generated circa-US$5.24 billion of mining-related revenue last year, 4.6% of the $113.115 billion logged by METS200 firms.
Compiled by a team with more than 100 combined years of experience researching, reporting and editing in the mining and METS fields.
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