Purpose of the study: This paper aims to examine whether intellectual capital (IC), measured through the value-added intellectual coefficient (VAICTM) affects the firm performance of the industrial sector in the Amman Stock Exchange (ASE). Methodology: The sample comprised 50 industrial companies listed in ASE over the period 2008-2017. The methodology included estimating the impact of IC, measured through VAICTM and its components on the market to book ratio (M/B) and earning per share (EPS). Research hypotheses were tested through the display of descriptive statistics, multicollinearity, normality tests, correlation matrix, and multiple regression models. Main Findings: The results indicate a positive relationship between VAICTM with the M/B ratio and EPS. As for the M/B ratio, the result is a positive significant relationship for the CEE but not for the SCE, and HCE. However, the results are counterproductive for EPS and found HCE, and SCE has a significant impact on the EPS but CEE not significant. Applications: The results suggest that industrial companies in Jordan must hold practical and knowledge experiences because it is vital for their competitive advantage, and must reduce unemployment rates by employing new employees with expertise and skills. The present study integrates previous methodologies in order to investigate the relationships between IC and firm performance of industrial companies listed on the ASE. Keywords: Intellectual Capital, Industrial Sector, Earnings per Share, Market to Book ratio, Value Added Intellectual Coefficient.