Raven Industries Revenue 2006-2018 | RAVN

Raven Industries revenue from 2006 to 2018. 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.
Raven Industries Annual Revenue
(Millions of US $)
2018 $377
2017 $277
2016 $258
2015 $378
2014 $395
2013 $406
2012 $382
2011 $315
2010 $238
2009 $280
2008 $234
2007 $218
2006 $205
2005 $168
Raven Industries Quarterly Revenue
(Millions of US $)
Q3 2018 $105
Q2 2018 $103
Q1 2018 $111
Q4 2018 $96
Q3 2017 $101
Q2 2017 $87
Q1 2017 $94
Q4 2017 $69
Q3 2016 $73
Q2 2016 $68
Q1 2016 $68
Q4 2016 $53
Q3 2015 $68
Q2 2015 $68
Q1 2015 $70
Q4 2015 $90
Q3 2014 $91
Q2 2014 $94
Q1 2014 $103
Q4 2014 $93
Q3 2013 $105
Q2 2013 $93
Q1 2013 $104
Q4 2013 $90
Q3 2012 $97
Q2 2012 $102
Q1 2012 $118
Q4 2012 $96
Q3 2011 $93
Q2 2011 $90
Q1 2011 $102
Q4 2011 $71
Q3 2010 $86
Q2 2010 $73
Q1 2010 $85
Q4 2010 $56
Q3 2009 $60
Q2 2009 $57
Q1 2009 $65
Q4 2009 $60
Q3 2008 $76
Q2 2008 $69
Q1 2008 $75
Q4 2008 $58
Q3 2007 $62
Q2 2007 $56
Q1 2007 $58
Q4 2007 $51
Q3 2006 $57
Q2 2006 $50
Q1 2006 $58
Q4 2006 $54
Q3 2005 $54
Q2 2005 $45
Q1 2005 $51
Q4 2005 $44
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Multi-Sector Conglomerates Diversified Operations $1.353B $0.377B
Raven Industries, Inc. ( RAVN ) is a technology company that creates innovative solutions to great challenges. Raven is a leader in precision agriculture, high performance specialty films, and situational awareness markets thereby utilizing its strength in engineering, manufacturing, and technological innovation. Raven is comprised of three distinct business units : Raven Applied Technology, Raven Engineered Films, and Raven Aerostar. Raven is committed to being an active and responsible corporate citizen by providing strategic investments to organizations who align with business model and purpose. And the areas of focus include: quality of life, education, social need, and health/wellbeing. The company's corporate responsibility framework is constructed from five key areas of impact, which includes: Environmental Sustainability, Corporate Philanthropy, Volunteerism, Team Member Development and Training, Business Purpose, Products and Services Delivered, and Markets Served .
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