Triton Shares Outstanding 2010-2022 | TRTN

Triton shares outstanding from 2010 to 2022. Shares outstanding can be defined as the number of shares held by shareholders (including insiders) assuming conversion of all convertible debt, securities, warrants and options. This metric excludes the company's treasury shares.
Triton Annual Shares Outstanding
(Millions of Shares)
2021 67
2020 69
2019 75
2018 80
2017 76
2016 56
2015 41
2014 42
2013 34
2012 34
2011 33
2010 31
2009 31
Triton Quarterly Shares Outstanding
(Millions of Shares)
2022-09-30 61
2022-06-30 64
2022-03-31 65
2021-12-31 67
2021-09-30 67
2021-06-30 67
2021-03-31 67
2020-12-31 69
2020-09-30 69
2020-06-30 70
2020-03-31 72
2019-12-31 75
2019-09-30 73
2019-06-30 75
2019-03-31 78
2018-12-31 80
2018-09-30 81
2018-06-30 81
2018-03-31 81
2017-12-31 76
2017-09-30 76
2017-06-30 74
2017-03-31 74
2016-12-31 56
2016-09-30 69
2016-06-30 40
2016-03-31 40
2015-12-31 41
2015-09-30 41
2015-06-30 33
2015-03-31 33
2014-12-31 42
2014-09-30 34
2014-06-30 34
2014-03-31 34
2013-12-31 34
2013-09-30 34
2013-06-30 34
2013-03-31 34
2012-12-31 34
2012-09-30 34
2012-06-30 34
2012-03-31 34
2011-12-31 33
2011-09-30 33
2011-06-30 33
2011-03-31 31
2010-12-31 31
2010-09-30 31
2010-06-30 31
2010-03-31 31
2009-12-31 31
2009-09-30 31
2009-06-30 31
2009-03-31 32
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Transportation Transportation - Equipment & Leasing $4.144B $1.534B
Triton International is the largest lessor of intermodal containers (large steel boxes that are used for transporting freight by ship/rail/truck). The company also focuses on leasing chassis, which are used for transporting containers. With a large-scale global presence, Triton International offers leasing services. The company has an in-house equipment sales group responsible for monitoring the sale of its used containers and chassis from the equipment leasing fleet. Additionally, the group buys and sells used and new containers as well as chassis acquired from third parties. Majority of the company's revenues are derived from its equipment leasing unit. Under this segment, Triton International aims at leasing its containers to shipping line customers through contractual lease arrangements that are long-term as well as short-term in nature. Apart from chasis, Triton International leases other equipments like dry freight containers, refrigerated containers, special containers and tank containers.
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