Coca-Cola Bottling Consolidated Revenue 2006-2019 | COKE

Coca-Cola Bottling Consolidated revenue from 2006 to 2019. Revenue can be defined as the amount of money a company receives from its customers in exchange for the sales of goods or services. Revenue is the top line item on an income statement from which all costs and expenses are subtracted to arrive at net income.
Coca-Cola Bottling Consolidated Annual Revenue
(Millions of US $)
2018 $4,625
2017 $4,288
2016 $3,130
2015 $2,306
2014 $1,746
2013 $1,641
2012 $1,614
2011 $1,561
2010 $1,515
2009 $1,443
2008 $1,464
2007 $1,436
2006 $1,431
2005 $1,380
Coca-Cola Bottling Consolidated Quarterly Revenue
(Millions of US $)
Q3 2019 $1,271
Q2 2019 $1,274
Q1 2019 $1,103
Q4 2018 $1,137
Q3 2018 $1,204
Q2 2018 $1,220
Q1 2018 $1,065
Q4 2017 $1,090
Q3 2017 $1,163
Q2 2017 $1,169
Q1 2017 $866
Q4 2016 $815
Q3 2016 $849
Q2 2016 $840
Q1 2016 $625
Q4 2015 $620
Q3 2015 $619
Q2 2015 $615
Q1 2015 $453
Q4 2014 $441
Q3 2014 $458
Q2 2014 $459
Q1 2014 $389
Q4 2013 $394
Q3 2013 $434
Q2 2013 $429
Q1 2013 $384
Q4 2012 $387
Q3 2012 $420
Q2 2012 $431
Q1 2012 $377
Q4 2011 $373
Q3 2011 $406
Q2 2011 $423
Q1 2011 $360
Q4 2010 $354
Q3 2010 $395
Q2 2010 $417
Q1 2010 $347
Q4 2009 $354
Q3 2009 $375
Q2 2009 $378
Q1 2009 $336
Q4 2008 $348
Q3 2008 $382
Q2 2008 $396
Q1 2008 $338
Q4 2007 $341
Q3 2007 $367
Q2 2007 $390
Q1 2007 $338
Q4 2006 $341
Q3 2006 $371
Q2 2006 $387
Q1 2006 $333
Q4 2005 $348
Q3 2005 $362
Q2 2005 $361
Q1 2005 $309
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Consumer Staples Beverages - Soft Drinks $2.578B $4.625B
Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Consolidated is the largest independent Coca-Cola bottler in the United States. For 115 years, they have been deeply committed to the consumers, customers, and communities they serve and passionate about the broad portfolio of beverages and services they offer. It also sells its products to other Coca-Cola bottlers; and post-mix products that are dispensed through equipment, which mixes the fountain syrup with carbonated or still water enabling fountain retailers to sell finished products to consumers in cups or glasses. In addition, the company distributes products for various other beverage brands that include Dr Pepper, Sundrop, and Monster Energy. It sells and distributes its products directly to retail stores and other outlets, which comprise food markets, institutional accounts, and vending machine outlets.
Stock Name Country Market Cap PE Ratio
Coca-Cola (KO) United States $225.664B 25.08
Pepsico (PEP) United States $186.589B 24.07
Keurig Dr Pepper (KDP) United States $42.232B 25.66
Fomento Economico Mexicano S.A.B De C.V (FMX) Mexico $33.284B 27.04
Monster Beverage (MNST) United States $31.530B 29.47
Coca-Cola European Partners (CCEP) United Kingdom $25.076B 19.10
Coca Cola Femsa S.A.B De C.V (KOF) Mexico $12.370B 18.40
COCA-COLA HBC (CCHGY) Switzerland $11.625B 0.00
Luckin Coffee (LK) China $6.360B 0.00
Coca-Cola Amatil (CCLAY) Australia $5.350B 0.00
Britvic (BTVCY) United Kingdom $3.219B 0.00
Embotelladora Andina S.A (AKO.B) Chile $2.471B 13.39
Embotelladora Andina S.A (AKO.A) Chile $2.114B 11.45
National Beverage (FIZZ) United States $2.024B 16.01
Cott (COT) Canada $1.731B 0.00
Primo Water (PRMW) United States $0.395B 67.13
New Age Beverage (NBEV) United States $0.177B 0.00
Youngevity (YGYI) United States $0.122B 0.00
Alkaline Water (WTER) United States $0.057B 0.00
Image Chain Group (ICGL) China $0.051B 0.00
DAVIDsTEA (DTEA) Canada $0.041B 0.00
Reeds (REED) United States $0.035B 0.00
Coffee Holding (JVA) United States $0.022B 66.67
SkyPeople Fruit Juice (FTFT) China $0.020B 0.00