Weyerhaeuser Revenue 2006-2019 | WY

Weyerhaeuser annual/quarterly revenue history and growth rate from 2006 to 2019. 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.
  • Weyerhaeuser revenue for the quarter ending March 31, 2019 was $1.643B, a 11.9% decline year-over-year.
  • Weyerhaeuser revenue for the twelve months ending March 31, 2019 was $7.254B, a 1.55% decline year-over-year.
  • Weyerhaeuser annual revenue for 2018 was $7.476B, a 3.89% increase from 2017.
  • Weyerhaeuser annual revenue for 2017 was $7.196B, a 13.06% increase from 2016.
  • Weyerhaeuser annual revenue for 2016 was $6.365B, a 21.33% increase from 2015.
Weyerhaeuser Annual Revenue
(Millions of US $)
2018 $7,476
2017 $7,196
2016 $6,365
2015 $5,246
2014 $5,489
2013 $7,254
2012 $5,989
2011 $6,216
2010 $5,954
2009 $5,068
2008 $8,100
2007 $10,933
2006 $13,473
2005 $18,845
Weyerhaeuser Quarterly Revenue
(Millions of US $)
Q1 2019 $1,643
Q4 2018 $1,636
Q3 2018 $1,910
Q2 2018 $2,065
Q1 2018 $1,865
Q4 2017 $1,823
Q3 2017 $1,872
Q2 2017 $1,808
Q1 2017 $1,693
Q4 2016 $1,596
Q3 2016 $1,709
Q2 2016 $1,655
Q1 2016 $1,405
Q4 2015 $819
Q3 2015 $1,355
Q2 2015 $1,345
Q1 2015 $1,727
Q4 2014 $-126
Q3 2014 $1,915
Q2 2014 $1,964
Q1 2014 $1,736
Q4 2013 $1,572
Q3 2013 $1,857
Q2 2013 $1,874
Q1 2013 $1,951
Q4 2012 $930
Q3 2012 $1,772
Q2 2012 $1,793
Q1 2012 $1,494
Q4 2011 $1,615
Q3 2011 $1,569
Q2 2011 $1,610
Q1 2011 $1,422
Q4 2010 $1,380
Q3 2010 $1,514
Q2 2010 $1,641
Q1 2010 $1,419
Q4 2009 $995
Q3 2009 $1,407
Q2 2009 $1,391
Q1 2009 $1,275
Q4 2008 $1,777
Q3 2008 $2,107
Q2 2008 $2,174
Q1 2008 $2,042
Q4 2007 $2,512
Q3 2007 $2,797
Q2 2007 $2,959
Q1 2007 $2,665
Q4 2006 $4,799
Q3 2006 $4,554
Q2 2006 $4,867
Q1 2006 $4,452
Q4 2005 $2,352
Q3 2005 $5,432
Q2 2005 $5,690
Q1 2005 $5,371
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Construction Building Products - Wood $17.063B $7.476B
Weyerhaeuser Company manage the timberlands on a sustainable basis in compliance with internationally recognized forestry standards. Weyerhaeuser are also one of the largest manufacturers of wood products. It provide a sustainable supply of raw material for making useful products, while managing forests for other benefits. Weyerhaeuser currently have more than 1,000 oil and gas producing wells on the land that they own or lease in the United States. Recent exploration projects include oil and gas, coalbed methane, geothermal and wind power. Their sustainably managed forests not only provide pulpwood and saw logs, but also wood fibre that can be used as a source for renewable energy - the type of energy that reduces consumption of fossil fuels while helping address climate change. The Company also develops new building products and solutions. Weyerhaeuser Company is based in Seattle, Washington.
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