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What began as a small engineering firm in America’s heartland has grown and flourished into the country’s second-largest private company.

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The role of business in society is to help people improve their lives by providing products and services they value more highly than their alternatives, and to do so responsibly while consuming fewer resources.

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KOCH BY THE NUMBERS

NEARLY 120,000 PEOPLE IN 50 COUNTRIES, ABOUT 65,000 IN THE U.S.

MORE THAN 1,300 EXCELLENCE AWARDS SINCE 2009

REINVEST 90% OF EARNINGS BACK INTO THE COMPANY

Diversity of industry.

Based in Wichita, Kansas, Koch Industries is the second largest private company in America. A diverse set of businesses and industries across the world, we work together to keep improving and exploring new ways to make life even better.

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From our CEO

Charles G. Koch is chairman of the board and CEO of Koch Industries, a position he has held since 1967. Since then, the company has transformed into a dynamic and diverse group of companies focused on value creation that helps people improve their lives.

Charles reflects on the things that have shaped his life.

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If we truly want to grow and innovate we have to be open to different ideas."

Charles Koch