American Axle & Manufacturing Holdings Gross Profit 2010-2022 | AXL

American Axle & Manufacturing Holdings gross profit from 2010 to 2022. Gross profit can be defined as the profit a company makes after deducting the variable costs directly associated with making and selling its products or providing its services.
American Axle & Manufacturing Holdings Annual Gross Profit
(Millions of US $)
2021 $723
2020 $583
2019 $903
2018 $1,140
2017 $1,119
2016 $726
2015 $635
2014 $523
2013 $479
2012 $400
2011 $455
2010 $402
2009 $-31
American Axle & Manufacturing Holdings Quarterly Gross Profit
(Millions of US $)
2022-06-30 $174
2022-03-31 $187
2021-12-31 $140
2021-09-30 $166
2021-06-30 $190
2021-03-31 $227
2020-12-31 $237
2020-09-30 $250
2020-06-30 $-99
2020-03-31 $195
2019-12-31 $183
2019-09-30 $249
2019-06-30 $248
2019-03-31 $222
2018-12-31 $225
2018-09-30 $267
2018-06-30 $331
2018-03-31 $316
2017-12-31 $294
2017-09-30 $298
2017-06-30 $316
2017-03-31 $211
2016-12-31 $180
2016-09-30 $181
2016-06-30 $191
2016-03-31 $174
2015-12-31 $160
2015-09-30 $158
2015-06-30 $165
2015-03-31 $153
2014-12-31 $111
2014-09-30 $141
2014-06-30 $149
2014-03-31 $122
2013-12-31 $127
2013-09-30 $125
2013-06-30 $122
2013-03-31 $104
2012-12-31 $84
2012-09-30 $91
2012-06-30 $86
2012-03-31 $139
2011-12-31 $106
2011-09-30 $104
2011-06-30 $131
2011-03-31 $115
2010-12-31 $102
2010-09-30 $114
2010-06-30 $99
2010-03-31 $87
2009-12-31 $68
2009-09-30 $89
2009-06-30 $-215
2009-03-31 $27
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Auto/Tires/Trucks Auto & Truck Original Equipment Manufacturers $0.851B $5.157B
American Axle & Manufacturing Holdings, Inc. is a leading supplier of driveline and drivetrain systems, modules and components for the light vehicle market world wide. It manufactures Driveline and Metal Forming technologies to support electric, hybrid and internal combustion vehicles. It's the primary supplier of driveline components to its major customers include General Motors, Stellantis and Ford. It also sells various products to Ford & Stellantis from Metal Forming segment. It has the 2 operating segments. Driveline segment comprises front & rear axles, driveshafts, differential assemblies, clutch modules, balance shaft systems, disconnecting driveline technology, and electric & hybrid driveline products and systems for light trucks, SUVs, crossover vehicles, passenger cars and commercial vehicles. Metal Forming segment comprises axle & transmission shafts, ring and pinion gears, differential gears & assemblies, connecting rods and variable valve timing products for OEM and Tier 1 automotive suppliers.
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