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How did segment and total revenue for UPS fare YoY and what is our revenue expectation for 2019 Q1?
Revenue was largely driven by domestic demand in the quarter, as e-commerce deliveries drove the company's sales. With the global economy slowing down international package delivery remain relatively stable, meanwhile due to lower demand mainly as a result of soft demand.
Supply Chain & Freight - Revenue:
International Package - Revenue:
U.S. Domestic Package - Revenue:
What was the realized price per package YoY?
UPS' remains the most competitive logistics companies, this has allowed the company to increase its realized by 2.5% YoY, this despite competition from FedEx and DHL.
Total International Package
How did UPS' expenses breakdown and what was the total expense?
With wage inflation going up, especially in the domestic area of operations, UPS saw an increase in compensation costs in the first quarter. But with unit costs reducing as improvements to supply chain reduced costs the company saw fall in other costs.
Compensation and benefits
Other - Operating expenses:
Total operating expenses
What was UPS' operating profit YoY?
Operating profit fell as higher costs took hold.This largely as a result of higher wages. Rising wage inflation has been weighing on the company but we expect that wage pressure will subside in the coming months.
U.S. Domestic Package - Operating profit:
International Package - Operating profit:
Supply Chain & Freight - Operating profit:
Total operating profit
UPS Current Assets and Current Liabilities
Both current assets and current liabilities rose during the quarter. But the current ratio (1.14) for the company remains relatively healthy.
Total Current Assets
Net Income for UPS QoQ
Net income also fell for the quarter falling by 10.5% for the quarter as costs weighed on earnings.
Net income as a percentage of revenue