< PrevNext > 89. Samsung Seoul, South Korea Share 2016 U.S.-Booked Air Volume: $50M 2016 U.S. T&E: $74 million Principal Air Suppliers: American, Korean Air, United Airlines Principal Hotel Suppliers: Hilton, Marriott, Starwood Principal Car Suppliers: Hertz, National Principal Online Booking Tool: GetThere Principal Card Supplier: Visa Principal Expense Supplier: Proprietary toolIn 2016, most of Samsung's 169 subsidiaries and 38 affiliates simplified their travel approval processes. The conglomerate also shifted its travel policy toward lowest logical fare on most direct flights. Some affiliates also let employees combine business travel with leisure. Of more than 308,745 travelers in 79 countries, 6,000 are travelers. The company' 2016 U.S.-booked air volume declined 12 percent from $57 million in 2015. Samsung is an accredited Corporate Travel Department. It doesn't have a global consolidated agency but outside of the U.S. uses Carlson Wagonlit Travel primarily. Despite the recall and discontinuation of Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 mobile device, 2016 revenue totaled $174 billion, up from $173 billion the previous year, according to its annual review. Operating profit rose 11 percent from 2015's $22.8 billion. The company is on track to reduce greenhouse gas emission intensity at worksites by 70 percent of 2008 levels by 2020, according to its sustainability report.