Superior Industries Revenue 2010-2022 | SUP

Superior Industries revenue from 2010 to 2022. 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.
Superior Industries Annual Revenue
(Millions of US $)
2021 $1,385
2020 $1,101
2019 $1,372
2018 $1,502
2017 $1,108
2016 $733
2015 $728
2014 $745
2013 $790
2012 $821
2011 $822
2010 $720
2009 $419
Superior Industries Quarterly Revenue
(Millions of US $)
2022-06-30 $432
2022-03-31 $401
2021-12-31 $368
2021-09-30 $311
2021-06-30 $347
2021-03-31 $358
2020-12-31 $338
2020-09-30 $317
2020-06-30 $145
2020-03-31 $301
2019-12-31 $310
2019-09-30 $352
2019-06-30 $352
2019-03-31 $358
2018-12-31 $379
2018-09-30 $348
2018-06-30 $389
2018-03-31 $386
2017-12-31 $362
2017-09-30 $331
2017-06-30 $241
2017-03-31 $174
2016-12-31 $188
2016-09-30 $176
2016-06-30 $183
2016-03-31 $186
2015-12-31 $195
2015-09-30 $176
2015-06-30 $184
2015-03-31 $174
2014-12-31 $187
2014-09-30 $176
2014-06-30 $199
2014-03-31 $183
2013-12-31 $193
2013-09-30 $192
2013-06-30 $199
2013-03-31 $206
2012-12-31 $210
2012-09-30 $194
2012-06-30 $215
2012-03-31 $202
2011-12-31 $217
2011-09-30 $207
2011-06-30 $209
2011-03-31 $190
2010-12-31 $191
2010-09-30 $184
2010-06-30 $195
2010-03-31 $150
2009-12-31 $145
2009-09-30 $111
2009-06-30 $81
2009-03-31 $82
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Auto/Tires/Trucks Auto & Truck Original Equipment Manufacturers $0.146B $1.385B
Superior Industries International, Inc. is one of the world's largest OEM suppliers of aluminum wheels for passenger cars and light-duty vehicles in North America for the automotive industry. It offers a comprehensive product range of aluminum cast and flow formed wheels. Superior operates five manufacturing facilities employing approximately 3,300 people in the United States and Mexico. Superior Industries aluminum wheels are produced for many of the major vehicle platforms of the world's leading automobile and light truck manufacturers. From its facilities in the U.S. and Mexico, the company supplies aluminum wheels to the original equipment market. Superior's primary customers include BMW, FCA, Ford, General Motors, Mazda, Nissan, Subaru, Tesla, Toyota and Volkswagen.
Stock Name Country Market Cap PE Ratio
Ferrari (RACE) Italy $39.870B 38.96
Magna (MGA) Canada $18.869B 16.45
BorgWarner (BWA) United States $9.478B 10.11
Lear (LEA) United States $9.079B 28.64
Autoliv (ALV) Sweden $7.424B 25.22
ChargePoint Holdings (CHPT) United States $6.359B 0.00
Oshkosh (OSK) United States $5.645B 48.25
Allison Transmission Holdings (ALSN) United States $3.731B 8.43
Adient (ADNT) Ireland $3.655B 0.00
LCI Industries (LCII) United States $3.422B 6.90
Dana (DAN) United States $2.516B 27.00
Custom Truck One Source (CTOS) United States $1.826B 0.00
Tenneco (TEN) United States $1.594B 0.00
American Axle & Manufacturing Holdings (AXL) United States $1.272B 23.62
Wabash National (WNC) United States $0.905B 18.84
Aeva Technologies (AEVA) United States $0.878B 0.00
Modine Manufacturing (MOD) United States $0.867B 12.36
Holley (HLLY) United States $0.783B 12.88
Hyliion Holdings (HYLN) United States $0.779B 0.00
China Yuchai (CYD) Singapore $0.364B 0.00
Miller Industries (MLR) United States $0.269B 21.62
XL Fleet (XL) United States $0.198B 0.00
Cooper-Standard Holdings (CPS) United States $0.187B 0.00
Romeo Power (RMO) United States $0.143B 0.00
Horizon Global (HZN) United States $0.041B 0.00