- Abir Congo Company, rubber, defunct in 1906
- Aurubis, copper
- Carmeuse, lime and limestone mining
- Forrest Group, mining
- Metallo-Chimique, mining
- Nyrstar, mining
- Sibelco, minerals and metals mining
- Soudal, silicone
- Sugar refinery of Tienen, sugar
- Umicore, materials and mining
- Union Minière du Haut Katanga, mining
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