Weyerhaeuser Company – Revenue Analysis

The company recorded revenues of $16,308 million during the fiscal year ended December 2007 (FY2007), a decrease of 12.7% compared with FY2006. For the FY2007, the US, the company’s largest geographic market, accounted for 81.5% of the total revenues.

Weyerhaeuser generates revenues through seven business segments: wood products (33.8% of the total revenues during FY2007); containerboard, packaging and recycling (30.6%); real estate (14.0%); cellulose fibers (10.9%); timberlands (5.4%); fine paper (2.7%); and corporate and other (2.6%).

Revenues by Segment

During the FY2007, the wood products segment recorded revenues of $5,699 million, a decrease of 27.9% compared with FY2006.

The containerboard, packaging and recycling segment recorded revenues of $5168 million in FY2007, an increase of 5.2% over FY2006.

The real estate segment recorded revenues of $2359 million in FY2007, a decrease of 29.3% compared with FY2006.

The cellulose fibers segment recorded revenues of $1832 million in FY2007, a decrease of 6.3% compared with FY2006.

The timberlands segment recorded revenues of $910 million in FY2007, a decrease of 10.4% compared with FY2006.

The fine paper segment recorded revenues of $459 million in FY2007, a decrease of 82.6% compared with FY2006.

The corporate and other segment recorded revenues of $444 million in FY2007, a decrease of 8.3% compared with FY2006.

Revenues by Geography

The US, Weyerhaeuser’s largest geographical market, accounted for 81.5% of the total revenues in the FY2007. Revenues from the US reached $13,755 million in FY2007, a decrease of 25.6% compared with FY2006.

Other foreign countries accounted for 8.2% of the total revenues in the FY2007. Revenues from other foreign countries reached $1,391 million in FY2007, an increase of 17.8% over FY2006.

Canada accounted for 3.6% of the total revenues in the FY2007. Revenues from Canada reached $604 million in FY2007, a decrease of 47.9% compared with FY2006.

Japan accounted for 3.6% of the total revenues in the FY2007. Revenues from Japan reached $600 million in FY2007, a decrease of 20% compared with FY2006. Europe accounted for 3.1% of the total revenues in the FY2007. Revenues from Europe reached $521 million in 2007, a decrease of 22.2% compared with FY2006.

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