Grainger is a provider of maintenance, repair, and operation services for the healthcare, manufacturing, government, and hospitality industries.
Grainger is a public company. Donald J. MacPherson is Chairman and CEO of Grainger and has a 76 approval rating from members. Grainger’s main competitor is WESCO, led by John J. Engel, who is their chairman and CEO. Granger has 17,872 subscribers.
Grainger’s Competitors, Revenue, Number of Employees, Funding and Acquisitions
Grainger top competitors include: WESCO, Graybar, Anixter, Ingram Micro, Arrow Electronics, HD Supply, Airgas, Motion Industries, Winsupply and MSC Industrial Supply.
Together, they raised more than 2.0 billion people among their 129.3 thousand employees. Granger has 24,600 employees and ranks second among its top 10 competitors. Top 10 competitors averaging 13,534.
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- Founded: 1927
- Est. Annual Revenue: $11.7B
- Est. Employees: 24,600
- Headquarters: 100 Grainger Parkway Lake Forest, Illinois 60045
WESCO is Grainger’s main competitor. WESCO is headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA and was founded in 1922. WESCO works in the field of computers, peripherals, networks and electronic equipment. WESCO generates 71% of Grainger’s revenue.
Graybar is considered one of the main competitors of Grainger. Graybar is headquartered in Clayton, Missouri, and was founded in 1869. Graybar competes in the production of electrical components and equipment. Graybar generates 64% of Granger’s revenue.
Anikster was one of Granger’s main competitors. Anixter was founded in 1957, and its headquarters is in Glenview, Illinois. Anixter competes in the areas of computers, peripherals, network equipment and electronic equipment. Anixter employs 15,200 less people than Grainger.