International Paper Inventory Turnover Ratio 2006-2018 | IP

Current and historical inventory turnover ratio for International Paper (IP) from 2006 to 2018. Inventory turnover ratio can be defined as a ratio showing how many times a company's inventory is sold and replaced over a period. International Paper inventory turnover ratio for the twelve months ending June 30, 2018 was $0.007B. International Paper inventory turnover ratio for the three months ending June 30, 2018 was $0.002B, representing a 20.47% increase from the same quarter last year.
International Paper Annual Inventory Turnover Ratio
2017 6.62
2016 6.30
2015 6.42
2014 6.71
2013 5.76
2012 5.60
2011 8.17
2010 7.88
2009 6.99
2008 7.51
2007 7.76
2006 8.51
2005 8.46
International Paper Quarterly Inventory Turnover Ratio
Q2 2018 1.91
Q1 2018 1.92
Q4 2017 1.68
Q3 2017 1.63
Q2 2017 1.59
Q1 2017 1.52
Q4 2016 1.22
Q3 2016 1.63
Q2 2016 1.90
Q1 2016 1.63
Q4 2015 1.17
Q3 2015 1.66
Q2 2015 1.64
Q1 2015 1.58
Q4 2014 1.69
Q3 2014 1.63
Q2 2014 1.45
Q1 2014 1.44
Q4 2013 1.87
Q3 2013 1.43
Q2 2013 1.97
Q1 2013 1.87
Q4 2012 1.90
Q3 2012 1.93
Q2 2012 1.99
Q1 2012 1.81
Q4 2011 2.01
Q3 2011 2.06
Q2 2011 2.03
Q1 2011 1.94
Q4 2010 2.03
Q3 2010 2.04
Q2 2010 2.03
Q1 2010 2.08
Q4 2009 1.81
Q3 2009 1.65
Q2 2009 1.71
Q1 2009 1.59
Q4 2008 2.01
Q3 2008 1.86
Q2 2008 1.94
Q1 2008 1.99
Q4 2007 2.05
Q3 2007 2.01
Q2 2007 1.93
Q1 2007 1.92
Q4 2006 2.05
Q3 2006 1.69
Q2 2006 1.83
Q1 2006 1.80
Q4 2005 1.77
Q3 2005 1.83
Q2 2005 1.54
Q1 2005 1.45
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Basic Materials Paper & Paper Products $21.249B $21.743B
International Paper is a leading global producer of renewable fiber-based packaging, pulp and paper products. International Paper is the world's premier manufacturer of containerboard and corrugated packaging. In addition to coated paperboard, consumer packaging includes foodservice business, which produces paper cups, food containers and lids. International Paper is a premier producer of fluff pulp for absorbent hygiene products like baby diapers, feminine care, adult incontinence, and other non-woven products, as well as pulp used for tissue and paper products. International Paper innovative, specialty pulps are used for non-absorbent end uses including textiles, filtration, construction material, paints and coatings, reinforced plastics and more. International Paper's global paper businesses manufacture a wide variety of uncoated papers for commercial printing, imaging and converting market segments.
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