UPS Revenue by Business Segment

Revenue of UPS by Business Segment 2000-2018

Amounts are in $millions.

Year U.S. Domestic Package International Package Supply Chain & Freight Total Revenue 
2018$43,593  $14,442  $13,826 $71,861 
2017$40,761  $13,342  $12,482  $66,585 
2016$38,284$12,346 $10,980  $61,610
2015$36,744 $12,142$10,300 $59,186 
2014$35,851 $13,032 $10,295 $59,178
2013$34,074$12,429 $8,935 $55,438
2012$32,856 $12,124 $9,147 $54,127
2011$31,717 $12,249 $9,139 $53,105
2010$29,742 $11,133 $8,670 $49,545
2009$28,158 $9,699 $7,440 $45,297
2008$31,278 $11,293 $8,915 $51,486
2007$30,985$10,281  $8,426 $49,692
2006 $30,456 $9,089$8,002$47,547 
2005 $28,610 $7,977 $5,994 $42,581
2004 $26,960 $6,809 $2,813 $36,582
2003$25,362 $5,609 $2,514 $33,485
2002 $24,280$4,720 $2,272  $31,272
2001 $24,391$4,280  $1,650 $30,321
2000 $24,002$4,078 $1,418 $29,498

UPS has three reporting segments: U.S. Domestic Package and International Package, which  are together referred to as global small package operations, and Supply Chain & Freight. US domestic package is the largest business segment based upon revenue followed by International package and then supply chain and freight. UPS earned $43.6 billion in revenue from US domestic package and $14.4 billion from International package. Revenue from supply chain and freight was $13.8 billion. Total revenue of the brand was $71.9 billion.

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