Annual Sales

Annual Sales

The revenue that a company derives from the sale of its products in a year. This is distinguished from sources of annual revenue like interest income and other investments. A company records its annual sales on its balance sheet. High sales are desirable, particularly when expenses are high.
References in periodicals archive ?
Small Business uses annual sales over a five-year period in preparing its top 50 list.
Its assets include an interest in 2,100 acres of farmland near Cotton Plant (Woodruff County), C&I Electrical Supply (estimated annual sales: $4 million), Consolidated Insurance (estimated annual sales: $2.5 million in sales), United Foods Inc., (estimated annual sales: $2.5 million) and Eagle Aviation, the management firm for the Jonesboro Municipal Airport.
The group is the first Taiwan-based machine-tool manufacturer to see annual sales break the NT$10 billion mark, which was registered in 2008.
An investor group seeks UNDERPERFORMING manufacturing companies with annual sales of $20 to $50 MM or more.
For example, chief financial officers and treasurers at companies with $250 million to $500 million in annual sales could see declines in average starting salaries of up to 3.6 percent.
They are ranked by annual sales, which is why we exclude some such as auto dealerships of financial institutions, which report sales in a way that does not compare meaningfully to most other companies.
Bauhaus USA, with about $100 million in annual sales, was acquired June 1, 1999.
Simeus left TLC Beatrice in 1992 he was president and Chief Operating Officer of the largest black-owned company in the country, with annual sales of $2.1 billion.
Taipei, Nov.11, 2010 (CENS) -- Fair Friend Group, the largest machine-tool conglomerate in China, recently announced a plan to invest over US$100 million, or about NT$3.1 billion, to acquire four machine-tool plants in Europe, South Korea and Taiwan, with the acquisition to help Fair Friend generate an additional annual sales of over NT$10 billion, says group chairman Jimmy Chu.
Tier II Automotive Component Suppliers with annual sales ranging from $10 to $50 MM are sought by a qualified party.
They are ranked by annual sales, which is why we exclude some, such as auto dealerships or real estate firms, which report sales in a way that does not compare meaningfully to most other companies.
reported three recent developments in its ongoing acquisition program that should add about $75 million to annual sales. Near the end of last year, Leggett acquired Hoover Wire Products, Inc.