Innophos Holdings Revenue 2006-2019 | IPHS

Innophos Holdings 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.
Innophos Holdings Annual Revenue
(Millions of US $)
2018 $802
2017 $722
2016 $725
2015 $789
2014 $839
2013 $844
2012 $862
2011 $810
2010 $714
2009 $667
2008 $935
2007 $579
2006 $542
2005 $535
Innophos Holdings Quarterly Revenue
(Millions of US $)
Q1 2019 $191
Q4 2018 $193
Q3 2018 $197
Q2 2018 $207
Q1 2018 $205
Q4 2017 $193
Q3 2017 $184
Q2 2017 $179
Q1 2017 $166
Q4 2016 $168
Q3 2016 $186
Q2 2016 $182
Q1 2016 $190
Q4 2015 $171
Q3 2015 $200
Q2 2015 $217
Q1 2015 $202
Q4 2014 $194
Q3 2014 $209
Q2 2014 $220
Q1 2014 $216
Q4 2013 $197
Q3 2013 $220
Q2 2013 $213
Q1 2013 $214
Q4 2012 $209
Q3 2012 $211
Q2 2012 $214
Q1 2012 $228
Q4 2011 $209
Q3 2011 $202
Q2 2011 $202
Q1 2011 $198
Q4 2010 $192
Q3 2010 $169
Q2 2010 $184
Q1 2010 $169
Q4 2009 $147
Q3 2009 $162
Q2 2009 $167
Q1 2009 $191
Q4 2008 $216
Q3 2008 $292
Q2 2008 $264
Q1 2008 $163
Q4 2007 $144
Q3 2007 $146
Q2 2007 $152
Q1 2007 $137
Q4 2006 $132
Q3 2006 $141
Q2 2006 $139
Q1 2006 $130
Q4 2005
Q3 2005 $134
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Basic Materials Chemicals - Diversified $0.545B $0.802B
Innophos, Inc., is one of the leading North American manufacturers of specialty phosphates, serving a diverse range of customers across multiple applications, geographies and channels. Innophos offers a broad suite of products used in a wide variety of food and beverage, consumer products, pharmaceutical and industrial applications. Innophos' market-leading positions derive from its experience and dedication to customer service and innovation.
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