United Parcel Service (UPS) Net Revenues

Net Revenue of United Parcel Service 2000-2019

Amounts are in $millions.

Year Revenue ($millions)
2018 $71,861 
2017 $66,585
2016 $61,610 
2015 $59,186
2014 $59,178
2013 $55,438
2012 $54,127
2011 $53,105
2010 $49,545
2009 $45,297
2008 $51,486
2007 $49,692
2006 $47,547
2005 $42,581
2004 $36,582
2003 $33,485
2002 $31,272


In 2019, UPS delivered an average of 21.9 million pieces per day, or a total of 5.5 billion packages. The net revenue of UPS was $74.1 billion in 2019 compared to $71.9  billion in 2018.

In 2018, UPS delivered an average of 20.7 million pieces per day, or a total of 5.2 billion packages. Total revenue of UPS in 2018 was $71,861 million, compared to $66,585 million in 2017.

About UPS:

United Parcel Service, Inc. (“UPS”) was founded in 1907 as a private messenger and delivery service in Seattle, Washington. Today, it is the world’s largest package delivery company. Apart from being a leader in the U.S. less-than-truckload industry, UPS is a premier provider of global supply chain management solutions. The global market for these services includes transportation, distribution, contract logistics, ground freight, ocean freight, air freight, customs brokerage, insurance and financing.

UPS also operates one of the largest airlines in the world, as well as the world’s largest fleet of alternative-powered vehicles. It delivers packages each business day for 1.6 million shipping customers to 9.9 million delivery customers in more than 220 countries and territories. In 2019, UPS delivered an average of 21.9 million pieces per day, or a total of 5.5 billion packages. Net revenue of UPS in 2019 was $74.094 billion.

UPS has divided its operations into three reporting segments: U.S. Domestic Package and International Package, which are together referred to as UPS global small package operations, and Supply Chain & Freight. The chairman and CEO of UPS is David P. Abney.