- Standard Superior, a German automobile brand built in the 1920s
- Superior Coach Company, a former manufacturer of school buses and that currently builds hearses
- Superior Helicopter, a heavy lift helicopter operator of Glendale, Oregon
- Superior Industries, a conveyor manufacturer based in Morris, Minnesota
- Superior Oil Company, defunct American oil company, now part of ExxonMobil
- Superior Software, a video game publisher
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