Survey equipment manufacturer Berntsen International Inc. has been ranked number 273 among the top 300 B2B E-Commerce companies, according to Internet Retailer’s 2016 B2B E-Commerce 300 list. The research guide identifies, ranks, profiles and provides key sales and operating details on the 300 businesses that account for 70 percent of the U.S. B2B e-commerce market.

Berntsen expects to generate 35 percent of its total annual revenue from e-commerce customers including survey/engineering companies, utilities, construction contractors and government agencies. Forrester Research Inc. projects B2B e-commerce to generate $780 billion this year, more than double the projected sales for e-retail in 2015. receives more than 14,500 unique visitors a month and offers a variety of surveying, utility, construction and recreation marking products, totaling over 1,200 products on inventory. In 2015, Berntsen’s total B2B e-commerce sales grew 23.5 percent compared to 2014, and the firm was awarded Trusted Store status by Google, recognizing excellence in online customer service and e-commerce reliability.

About Berntsen International Inc.

Berntsen International Inc. is a manufacturer and supplier of survey markers, monuments, utility posts and related accessories. Berntsen has been in business since its founding in 1972 by Phillip Peterson and Peter Berntsen. Today, Berntsen has a product line of more than 1,000 markers, monuments and identification products for surveying, utilities, construction, and parks and recreation, and also specializes in one-of-a-kind markers, custom-made for specific projects.

About the 2016 B2B E-Commerce 300 Guide

The 2016 B2B E-Commerce 300 provides never-before-revealed data on each of the 300 leaders of B2B e-commerce market, including their overall ranking in online B2B sales and their ranking in one of 18 industry categories in which they primarily compete. The guide also identifies fast-growing start-ups, new marketplaces, and scores of online retailers, wholesalers and distributors expanding beyond their existing e-retailing businesses to carve out a piece of the world's largest e-commerce market.