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Current industrial reports
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Titanium ingot, mill products, and castings
Current industrial reports
Titanium mill products, ingot, and castings
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Titan. ingot mill prod. cast.
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Chemical abstracts
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U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census.
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Jan. 1979-Summary for 1984.
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Jan.-Nov. 1981 is a combined issue. Suspended publication as of the Mar. 1981 data period with plans to resume at a later date.
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Issued jointly with the Bureau of Domestic Business Development, <Feb.>-Oct. 1979; with the Bureau of Industrial Economics, Nov. 1979-
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Title from caption.

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Related Items

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Current industrial reports. DIB-991, Titanium ingot, mill products, and castings
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Current industrial reports. ITA991, Titanium mill products, ingot, and castings

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CURRENT INDUSTRIAL REPORTS


Titanium Mill Products, Ingot,


Sand Castings



*fiinf JULY 1983
U.S. Department of Commerce ITA19(83)-7
BUREAU OF THE CENSUS Issued September 1983



The statistics in this publication are base on a survey of tabulation. A description of the survey methodology and related
manufacturers and represent total U.S. shipments of titanium information appears in the January 1983 report for this series,
mill products, ingot, and castings. Estimates are included for ITA-991(83)-1, issued May 1983.
companies whose reports were not received in time for

Table 1. NET SHIPMENTS OF TITANIUM MILL PRODUCTS
(Chousands of pounds)
Product July 1983 June 1983 Jul, 1982
Totall.................................... 2,323 I.b.? 2.3nI
Sheet and strip............................... 2)
Plate............................................ (2
Forging and extrusion billet.................... 992 1,367 1,286
Lod and bar............ ........................ 351 -12 273
Fastener stock and wire.......................... -
Extruslon................................... 980 86. .
Pipe and tubing:::................ ................ 90
Other............................................

Manufacture of fabricated products, less ortal receipts. Net shipments for each mill product
category also Includes the consumption of mill products in that .acegory in the marracture of
other mill products. Detail may not add to the torI because of this difference Ir. deilintlon.
2Data for sheet and strip, plate, extrulson (other than tublngJ, pipe and tubing, and other
have been combined to avoid disclosing individual company data.


Table 2. TITANIUM INGTr, MILL PRODUCTS, AND CAS5INCS 1982 TO 1083
(Thouaanda of pounds
Ingot Hill products Castlaes
Month and year Pro- Con- Ship- Ending Pro- Net ship- Pro- Shp-
duction sumption ments Receipts Inventorles ductlon Receipts mental 2 auction mentr
1983
July.............................. 6,148 3,608 823 1,136 .,889 2,572 314 2,323 48 29
June.............................. 5,048 5,168 95 r924 5,012 3,132 355 2,642 8. -1
Nay............................... 3,69 3,665 1,002 968 5,221 3,021 -22 2,691 81 47
April............................. 3,657 3,446 918 '-6 5,11 2,56? 198 2,479 94 -2
Mabch............................. ,310 4.35- 1,131 1,161 5,017 2,887 191 2,8'6 10 55
February.......................... 3,698 3.b60 977 8 9 5,020 2,.18 22. 2,633 104. 1
January........................... 3,~4 3.698 b21 892 4,938 2,651 lb8 2,b6i 8 3-
1982
Total3...................... 53,072 55,161 8,*92 8.6 0 () 37.221 -?.79 3b.562 ?97 21
December.......................... 3,03 3.01- 305 633 -5,068 2,36 16C. 2,89 74 37
o~ember.......................... .3,*r 4,058 595 532 ,D7 2,3 12? 2o 72 -0
October........................... 3,598 3,8?9 6'l 53. jl366 2, 3 30' 235q9 2
September......................... 3,392 3, )7 8-6 u98 5,57. 2,8.? 39 329. 3o
Augusa............................ 3,877 3,676 66 .84 5,, 2,339 162 2 3'2 An 3
July............................. 3,286 3,118 528 542 ,b3. ?,43 1' 282 bl 35
June.............................. .. ,01 ..631 653 588 5.i11 3.1 6 38' i.t1b 6. 39
Hay............................... 3,610 6, 480 56 670 3.99-. 3,04. 35W 'uR* 50 -
April............................. 5,001 5,204 769 606 6, .05 3.209 353 3 .16 69 5
March............................. 6,858 7,320 667 1,01 6,552 -,3ol 'n. -5
February.......................... 6,505 6,202 1:3 1,252 A.b86 ..185 63'" 3.-i8 83 5i
January............................. b,s52 6,222 1.363 5 6;.523 -..*'5 2. .3

Revised by 5 percent or more from previously published flg.irez. i() riot appllcable.

1See table I for more derailed data.
2fet shIpments, total. Is the sum of mill product shIpments pluI mill pr d.cC[ cona.se-d In the man.rf ictjre of thrliated products, less
total receipts. Net shipments for each all product crcecory sls includes tne consamptlon of mill products In that catefg-r, Ir the monU-
lacture of other mill products. Detail may not add to the total of Ith; dliference In dt iinltolr.
Inventories for the year are those shown for December.


Address inquiries concerning these figures to the U.S. Department of Commerce. Bureau of Industrial Economics. Materials Division. Washington. D.C.
20230, or to the Bureau of the Census, Industry Division, Washington, D.C. 20233, or call Nathaniel Shellon. (301) 763-2529.
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Table 3. NET SHTPMENTS, EXPORTS. IMPORTS, AND APPARENT CONSUMPTION OF IITANIUM HILL PRODUCTS: 1982 TO 1983

(Quantity In thoussads of pounds: value in thousands of dollars)

Exports of domestic Percent imports for
merchaodtsel 2 exports to consumptionl Percent
Hanulac- manufa Apparent imports to
Month ard year turers' net Estimated turer' net conamp- apparent
shipments Value at producers' shipmenta rmlo consumplon
(quantity) Quantity port value3 quantity) Quantity Value (quantity) (quaetily)

JULY 1983

Total.......................................... 3,1 b 27 3.732 3.632 9 169 1,262 3041 6
TItanlum Ingot and forging and extruilon billet7..... 1,815 1.8 2.125 2,068 8 12 93 16791
Titanlum mJ11 products............................... 1,31 126 1,607 1,b56 9 157 1,169 1,362 11

JUIE 1983

Total........................................ 3,587 371 1,350 *,2j3 10 194 2,011 3.610 6
ritanium ingot and forging and extrsilon billetl..... 2,312 2b9 2,'.97 2.30 12 20 173 2,063
Titlanum mill products........................................ 1,2 102 1853 1.803 8 17' 1,844 1,347 13

MAY 1983

Total.......................................... 3,693 379 3,71 2 3 4. 1 10 2 41 2,062 3,555 7
Tiranlum Ingot and forging and extrusion bille'..... 2,185 241 1 ,15 1,766 1] 21 185 1,968
Tiraolum sIll products................................ .1508 158 1,927 1,875 9 211 1,877 1.581 la

APRIL 1983

Total...................................... ... 3, 32' .,650 -,525 10 102 950 3,172 3
Titanium ingot and forgig and extrusion billetr..... 2,286 230 3,362 3,272 10 9 95 2,065 (Z)
Tltanium mill products................................ 1,111 97 1,288 1,253 9 93 855 1,107 8

MARCH 1963

Total.......................................... *,027 385 5 12 i,169 1 169 1,581 3,811 4
Titanium Ingot and forging Ind extrusion billet7..... 2,623 229 3,022 2,943 9 7 88 2,401 (E)
Titanium mill products............................... L...0 156 2,288 2,226 11 162 1,493 1,610 II

FEBRUARY 1983

Total ......................................... 3,610 12. ,62. 2,556 3 162 1,467 3,648 4
Titan[lu Ingot and forging and extrulson billet'..... 2,297 56 1,111 1,081 2 25 234 2,266
TItoanlu mill products............................... 1.313 68 1,516 1,.75 5 137 1,233 1,382 10

JANUARY 1983

Total... ........................................ .32 282 3,728 3, 28 8 106 1,107 3.148 3
Titanlum Ingot and rfreinp and xetruelon billet7..... 1.9 212 2,:97 2,L30 1I 6 85 1.758 (Z)
Tltanlum mill products............................... 1,36)0 0 1,231 1,198 4 100 1,022 1.390 7

1982

Total.......................................... ',021 2.200 100,606 97.901 15 2,166 22,269 41,987 5
Titanla. ingot and forging cnd extruslon billet'...... 28,0-1 4.392 60,239 l8,.b8 1I 426 3,976 24,075 2
Tirtdla mill prodacts................................ 18.980 2,806 -0.367 39,283 15 1,7a0 18,293 17.912 8


(Z1 Les& than one-half of 1 percent.

IFor a comparison of Standard ind utrlI Cluaslflcatleon (S1C) codes, Schedule B export numbrs,i and TSIJSA imprt numbers, see table 4 In the January report
ITA991183)-1. lsi.ed May 1983.
'Source Bureau of the Census report EM 5-6. U.s. Export.
)rhese values were derived by uie o[ adlustmei c factor to exclude Ireight, Insurance, and other charge% Incurred In moving goods to the port of export.
Thit adju..menrt s made to convert the val-cs to -n apiruelma ion of the producers' w.l.-e of exported goods. Current adjustment sectors are based on data
for 1981 uichn ire published In Origin of Exports .i MNanufctured Products. M8diAS1-,5 appendix B. Comparable adjustment factors for earlier years are
based on similar factors developed Ifor IO' and 1I2!. Th. current 3djust.aent factor (or this report Is 11.9)l1.
"Source. Bureau ol the Census report IM 1.5-%. U.S. Ip-msrta for Connu.mptorn and Ceneral Imports.
5The vilue Includea c.l.f. Icot,. Insurance, anJd relnhlt at the tlrit prtl of ertr, in the United States plus U.S. Import duties and other charges to
the import p 'itlt.
6Apparent cansumptnr. 1s derived bj subtracting experts Irom the tl.tal -f nat hipments plus imports.
Comparblllt, i o utput. -eport. and Import clIasllationa for Ingot and billel assume that bloom, sheet bar, and slab are reported as Ingot or billet
In tihe output numbers. Pigures for Imports of Inget and blller .ioo Ir. lude powder, cryStal. and qltlllir i.irms which are excluded from the output and export
number.