June 14, 2021
Snap-on is a designer, manufacturer and marketer of power tools, storage boxes, testing and measuring instruments for the automotive industry. Read more
Makita is a top competitor of Snap-on. Makita was founded in 1915, and is headquartered in Aichi, Nagano Prefecture. Makita is in the Industrial Machinery & Equipment industry. Makita generates $1.4B more revenue vs. Snap-on.
Gearwrench is seen as one of Snap-on's top competitors. Gearwrench is headquartered in Weatogue, Connecticut, and was founded in null. Gearwrench is in the field. Gearwrench generates NaN% the revenue of Snap-on.
June 14, 2021
Snap-on's revenue is the ranked 5th among it's top 10 competitors. The top 10 competitors average 6.3B. Over the last four quarters, Snap-on's revenue has grown by 37.6%. Specifically, in Q2 2021's revenue was $1.1B; in Q1 2021, it was $1.2B; in Q3 2020, it was $1B; in Q2 2020, Snap-on's revenue was $808.9M.
These are all the companies that Snap-on has acquired. Snap-on has acquired 12 companies and its latest acquisition was Dealer-FX in Mar 2021. Dealer-FX is a SaaS-based platform that provides data integration, operational management and communication solutions for the automotive sectors.
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These are all the companies that Snap-on has invested in. Snap-on has invested 12 companies and its latest investment was Dealer-FX in Mar 2021. Dealer-FX is a SaaS-based platform that provides data integration, operational management and communication solutions for the automotive sectors.