Triumph Cash on Hand 2010-2022 | TGI

Triumph cash on hand from 2010 to 2022. Cash on hand can be defined as cash deposits at financial institutions that can immediately be withdrawn at any time, and investments maturing in one year or less that are highly liquid and therefore regarded as cash equivalents and reported with or near cash line items.
Triumph Annual Cash on Hand
(Millions of US $)
2022 $241
2021 $590
2020 $485
2019 $93
2018 $36
2017 $70
2016 $21
2015 $81
2014 $71
2013 $67
2012 $64
2011 $66
2010 $183
2009 $40
Triumph Quarterly Cash on Hand
(Millions of US $)
2022-12-31 $116
2022-09-30 $104
2022-06-30 $135
2022-03-31 $241
2021-12-31 $206
2021-09-30 $194
2021-06-30 $237
2021-03-31 $590
2020-12-31 $477
2020-09-30 $440
2020-06-30 $31
2020-03-31 $485
2019-12-31 $54
2019-09-30 $25
2019-06-30 $29
2019-03-31 $93
2018-12-31 $29
2018-09-30 $33
2018-06-30 $33
2018-03-31 $36
2017-12-31 $64
2017-09-30 $34
2017-06-30 $37
2017-03-31 $70
2016-12-31 $35
2016-09-30 $36
2016-06-30 $31
2016-03-31 $21
2015-12-31 $94
2015-09-30 $91
2015-06-30 $90
2015-03-31 $81
2014-12-31 $78
2014-09-30 $77
2014-06-30 $69
2014-03-31 $71
2013-12-31 $65
2013-09-30 $61
2013-06-30 $54
2013-03-31 $67
2012-12-31 $69
2012-09-30 $66
2012-06-30 $67
2012-03-31 $64
2011-12-31 $66
2011-09-30 $67
2011-06-30 $68
2011-03-31 $66
2010-12-31 $60
2010-09-30 $57
2010-06-30 $36
2010-03-31 $183
2009-12-31 $152
2009-09-30 $27
2009-06-30 $31
2009-03-31 $40
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Aerospace Aerospace and Defense Equipment $0.785B $1.460B
Triumph Group Inc. offers a variety of products and services to the aerospace industry. Triumph is capable of producing a wide range of aircraft parts including hydraulic, mechanical and electromechanical control systems, aircraft and engine accessories, structural components, auxiliary power units and avionics and aircraft instruments, to industries like aerospace, including commercial and regional airlines and air cargo carriers. Triumph is also an original equipment manufacturer of commercial, regional, business and military aircraft. It has 1 operating segment, Systems & Support. The two current units of the company are Systems & Support and Aerospace Structures. Triumph Systems and Support provides integrated solutions, including the design, development and support of proprietary systems, subsystems and components, in addition to production of complex assemblies using external designs. Its capabilities also include hydraulic, mechanical and electromechanical actuation, power and control.
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