Trammo Named to Crain’s and Forbes’
2020 Lists of the Largest Privately Held Companies

Nov 23, 2020

Trammo has been ranked by Crain’s and Forbes in 2020 as one of the largest privately held companies in the New York area and the United States, respectively. The Crain’s and Forbes lists, based on annual revenue, are the most comprehensive lists available of the largest private companies in the New York area and the United States that do not have stock traded on a public exchange. Ranked #15 in Crain’s and #202 in Forbes, Trammo had revenue in 2019 of $2.3 billion on over 15 million tons of product merchandized.
 

Ed Weiner, Trammo’s Chief Executive Officer, said: “It is always an honor to be included in such prestigious lists of companies. I would like to congratulate our staff located all over the world who uphold our corporate principles of being global, independent and reliable. I would also like to thank each of our suppliers and customers for allowing us to continue to deliver best-in-class services and solutions.”

 

Trammo, founded in 1965, is a leading global commodity merchandiser engaged in the marketing, trading, distribution and transportation of a wide variety of commodity products, including being a market leader in anhydrous ammonia, sulfur, sulfuric acid, nitric acid and petroleum coke.