Triumph Revenue 2010-2022 | TGI

Triumph 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.
Triumph Annual Revenue
(Millions of US $)
2022 $1,460
2021 $1,870
2020 $2,900
2019 $3,365
2018 $3,199
2017 $3,533
2016 $3,886
2015 $3,889
2014 $3,763
2013 $3,703
2012 $3,408
2011 $2,905
2010 $1,295
2009 $1,240
Triumph Quarterly Revenue
(Millions of US $)
2022-09-30 $308
2022-06-30 $349
2022-03-31 $387
2021-12-31 $319
2021-09-30 $357
2021-06-30 $397
2021-03-31 $467
2020-12-31 $426
2020-09-30 $482
2020-06-30 $495
2020-03-31 $693
2019-12-31 $705
2019-09-30 $772
2019-06-30 $730
2019-03-31 $869
2018-12-31 $808
2018-09-30 $855
2018-06-30 $833
2018-03-31 $897
2017-12-31 $775
2017-09-30 $745
2017-06-30 $782
2017-03-31 $920
2016-12-31 $845
2016-09-30 $875
2016-06-30 $893
2016-03-31 $1,058
2015-12-31 $914
2015-09-30 $955
2015-06-30 $960
2015-03-31 $1,080
2014-12-31 $917
2014-09-30 $994
2014-06-30 $897
2014-03-31 $936
2013-12-31 $916
2013-09-30 $967
2013-06-30 $944
2013-03-31 $986
2012-12-31 $891
2012-09-30 $938
2012-06-30 $888
2012-03-31 $946
2011-12-31 $826
2011-09-30 $791
2011-06-30 $845
2011-03-31 $919
2010-12-31 $811
2010-09-30 $768
2010-06-30 $407
2010-03-31 $352
2009-12-31 $314
2009-09-30 $313
2009-06-30 $316
2009-03-31 $311
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Aerospace Aerospace and Defense Equipment $0.775B $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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