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Current industrial reports
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CURRENT


NDUSTR


AL


REPORTS


anufa


urers'


Shipments,


Inventories,


and


Orders


P~


FORMERLY


INDUSTRY


RE&E: January 31, 1964
i ..


DECEMBER 1


SERIES:


143-iC


Effective with the October 1963 report,


report
shed
n e ise
rdvised


the Bureau o.


on Manufacturers' Shipments, Inventories, and w w as
Jby the Office of Business Economics under the title !Stry Sur
new series are based on an extensive modification of the monthly


a.
I


Sfdpment


A detailed explanation of the major


data for prior periods, are presented in
s. Inventories. and Orders: 1947-1965


- r


[my be purchased for $1.00 per c
IThtthg Office, Washington, D.C


-- --


changes made in the survey,
a comprehensive report, '"


Revised.


This


ng the monthly
previously pub-
rey." The data
Industry Survey


as well


Bnufacturers


comprehensive


report


opy from the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government
. 20402.


&turers' shipments in December increased 2 percent from
pf the rise occurring in the nondurable goods industries,


November after


seas


onal adjustment,


the U.S. Department of Commerce


New orders increased 1 percent while the end of December backlog of unfilled orders


declined $400 million to $49.74 billion, seasonally adjusted.


creased less than 1 percent in December to


Sinpments
418.5 billion
primary metals


Inventories held by manufacturers in-


a seasonally adjusted level of $60,0 billion.


by durable goods manufacturers remained at the seasonally adjusted November level of


according. to the Department


's Bureau of the Census.


and the machinery industries was offset by


The increase in shipments in the


a decline in the transportation industries


group.


Shipments of nondurable goods totaled $17.5 billion in December,


percent from the November


level.


All nondurable


industry groups showed increases


during the month.


New orders
decrease of 2p


booked


y there durable goods manufacturers declined to $17.7 billion in December a


percent from November.


This decline reflected almost entirely a drop in orders in the


aircraft industry.


Appreciable


increases


occurred in machinery while


bookings for most other durable


goods


industries


showed relative small changes.


The December backlog of unfilled orders'for the durable goods industries, declined 1 percent to


$46.6 billion,
parts industry.


after


ceasorial


ustment.


Much of this decline was also centered in the aircraft and


Inr terms of


supplies


market groupings


, only the


and intermediate products"


"automotive


equipment"! and


categories showed declines in


"construction materials,


shipments and new orders.


-


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Table 1.--VALUE OF MANUFACTURERS' SHIPMENTS, INVENTORIES, AND


(Millions


of dollars)


SWithout seasonal Without seasonal
Seasonally adjusted adjustmentI Seasonally adjusted adjustment

Industry group
Dec. Nov. ODec. ec. Nov. Dec. Dee. Nov. Oct. Dec. Nov.' Dec.
1963P 196r 1965 1963P 1963r 1962 1965. 1963" 19635 196P 196r 196


An. xr~nuCacturfrg


Durable g
Stone,
Primary


oods industries


clay,


metals,


Blast furnaces,


industries
, total...


and glass products.


total. ....l...*
steel millta.--


All other primary metals.....


Fabricated
Metal ca
Machinery,
Engines
Farm mc


products,


barrels


except


, total...


********
... .. ..-.
* ... .
*. *. .. .
* *. .. .
* S S ** -- S


total.- -.


, and drums....
* W...*.. *


electrical


total.... .


and turbines.....................


binery


Construction,
handling equ
ietalworking


General in
Electrical I
Electrical
equipment
Household


and equipment......


mining,


dustrial
machinery,
transmis
and indr
appliance


Communication
Transportation e
Motor vehicles


Aircraft
Instruimants


and material


machinery............
total.............
sian and distribution
trial apparatus -


s, inc


luding


equipment- ..


equipment,


parts........ .... -


and paits. S *~S~*-=* S ** S S


and related


All other durable


Nondurable


goods industries,


Food and kindred


products,


Meat products ........-...


Tobacco p
Textile m
Paper and
Pulp, p
Chemicals


products ..........
ill products .....


allied
aper, e


products,
tc........


and allied


Industrial chemicals,


Petroleum and


Rubber


products...


dustries........

total.. .


total .......... *
-5ota-l S* S C S -
- S S C S C

total. ...S* *S***
* SS SS S *S*


oducts,
except


total.....
pignents...


coal products -...............


and plastics


All other nondurable




All manufacturing


Durable


goods industries,


Primary metals,
Blast furnaces


Fabricated
Iachinery,


Engines


Construct
handling
?&talworki


General in
Electrical n
Electrical
equipment


metal
except


product
goods


a, n.e.c......
industries.*-..


industries


total...


total...


Steel mills.
products .....
electrical,


and turbines.............-


mining,


and material


equipment .....................
jog machinery.................


dustrial mnachinery..........
machinery, total...............
transmission and distribution
and industrial apparatus.... -.


Households appliances, i
and TV.... ...... .....
Communication equipment
Transportation equipment,
Aircraft and parts.. -..


All other

Nondurable g
Industries


durable


goods industries
with nifilled


neluding


* S C C S S S S C C S C S
.. C S *~~SSS CC- ***
total. *
- S ~ S S S S S C S S S S *


industries ......

s, total........
Sorders.........


Shipirents


355,759


1,909
198
- 2,615
K 185
. ,255"

475
167
191
2,598

510

548
581
4,o850
5,100
1,574
568
2,019

17, 49
6,190
1, 445
40Q5
1,455
1,595
614
2,657
848
1,462
8535
5,320


355,272
17,705
2,927
1,460
1,912
2,709
156

506
212.
228
2,455

619

58.
,444


17,567


35,004
18,272
977
2,892
1,512
1,580
1,915
208
2,582
S160
244

482
176
196
2,369

515


57>1
4,966
5,254
1,3574
594
1,979

16,732
5,961
1,402
379
1,400
1,566
604
2,578
856%
1,409
781
2,65


34,953


1,858
2,617
150

494
186
193
2,477

542

555
594
4,680
1,189
.35,517
16,840o


16,624


54,552


55,577
18,457
960
2,852
1,468
1,384
1,881


515

587
588
5,221
3,512
1,581
610
1,979

16,920
5,983
1,571
394
1,456
1,359
603
2,509
828
1,424
763
5,052


31,605
16,489
745


15,n4


Total inventories


60,008
55,938


i 175Q
5,826

24,070
6,054
604


59,780
55,704
1,555


59,522
51,581
1,517


59,607
55,474


59,445
535,359


24,086
6.454


New orders Unfilled orders


55,554
18,622


33,729
17,370
2,848
1,490
1,674
2,5$
174

489
218
198
2,401

607

5135
488


3,029


kz~n


35,174
18,il4o


5,419

17,054
r 'rtn.


52,2135
17,289


46,~88


449
3,246
19,571
14,417
5,108


. -n f


50,1140


47,169 46,105


;.Iru, U J..~tI I 0


49,696
46,684
5,784
2,050
4,091
6,812
1,559


sII 4.


57,419
33,891
1,469
6,015
5,680
2,5335
5,665
552
g6,4
44a2
658

1,162
601




Nkln
,477
4I792




i, i8
1,358

966
1,549
6,750
2,442
5,475
1,357
5,it82

25,528
6,595
587
2,49
2,551
1,660
664
5,625
1,096
1,855
31 {.7


46,2142
4~,666
3,728
aoS,
5,796



1,W9
750

6,SSa

1,414

3*35


13,&7.


. -a won


metal


ns,


radio


and


goods


pr


total.......


.on,


radio


goods


'p









SERIES:


INVENiutUES, AND ORDERS, FOR MARKET CATEGORIES AND SUPPLDMENTAR Y D


(jn.uons


of dollars)


Without 3eseC-na1 -. ... Without ?Escnfal
^.eas TIBll/ adj-^ la .1a. n*=i3- tiri -=0.|isl-a
so~jua tsan 5 i j0. ts r t
Ite.
De,:. N:-**. Oct D-..:. \i,:-v. wec. r .,:. \h:,. Oct. v-:.:. r,:i. _,.
19-' ti r 196L '1.4 .r7, 1'.^ i'.-' ir'- r -- iis .P 1461r -i

Srdpaernta i,:tai ri rint :r/e


All man'afct'.rLni In,'strie;, TuLtal... ,O,T7( iOCA4 75,1 ^,." .5,377 ?i,6':'5 ,00 59',7.> 5-,722 M',C*7 5 ,L4 57,1'?

Durable good iiadLutries, T:.t.l............. it8c.t, 1,i7 16,59: 17,91; 18,457? -, 9 3?,." 5,70' 35,51 7>5,!;,. 55,353 ,5 5,8:4
.. a', 1., '' ',5 5 i

Nondua'.bie gooas iLadi' Lries, Tutai .......... 17,6.. i., :'. 1t,t.. i6,4!. 16,920 iy.,,i' .- .. 4,.76 ,,. ," -..i1t 2 ,i', 2f- ,<' -)5,i.-8-

Markes cste,.'crieE:
Bac e goos da n4p.irE ................... .'. 1 ,i69 ;&G7l "-,r. 36' ,. r*.-1 6,17 t.,'VJi .,'J .' *-4624
CcS umer sLaples.......................... 7,72t 7,36 7,.dS 7,5 7,-' 6,716 9, ;5 ,57.1 b,'2 ',9.0 ,91' 9,95:,
Equipment ara aeferne prcdIeiu exept
utc .motive............................... ,. ,2.. ., 76 ,4. 6 .l14 r 16 ,A4, '277 lII. L2,^ ,uj, is,il 1,609
Automotive equipment ..... ... ......... ;.,5j':-" ;,,.'. ,797 *,7 : ", .7d ; ,";> "Z '0 ', .5I : ., ;-.2T :.,5'19
Construction nmteriaL, ppULes, -,n
utermeaiate proauct~.................... .,79, 2,9).7, ? 2,93.. ,5T 2-79 :,31 5, -* 5, i;8 5,1.i .5.,i:' 5,'-=. 4,91k
Ouner maerials c nd aupplie- E-do
Lasermedist.e produce .................... i5,-,n i'- ,,62 1,6 3 L1E i,1,c66 i- l9i 2 ^ 75 -,,1, L; ^,'-' --.-l--.. i,'',.-i -,.L-

Supplemer.tary aeries:2
Consumer durables......................... 1..*-,' 1.J6 1,566 i,1-7 1,*'.9 1,19.) 2,97 ,, 2 2, /,; =, 2, T)? 2,660
Defense procuct,.......................... -,1,' ;',i52 2,167 -, 7= --2,1i-. i,L .?.,,^ ), '-J) .5; 47i ? ,;;h 5,690 5,'25

New.-rrs *i a ,--r
.. ., .IA :: ,': ,, i' "' ", =8 = 39 "
tBchlier-y arid eqtdlpuent. inadu.3ties........ b51.-1 .,,
NIer :,rdEr--- urLkdi croers



All manuj'fseurLng ird.utrle, iTal... t,c7T_ tl95. .,,, 55 ,5,17 32',113 49,-i7 5:1':',15 5Cji:' I','C.- ).,4-6 t6,L642

Durable goods Lndu'tr e6, titai............. 17,70.5 1, 1,6i. 17,5T, i641j 17,-"9 &.,58 67,O76 67,t-. o,1O;. "6.,6'"'& h5,666
Nondurable good L.austrle total.......... 17,9t7 16,s ) io,7 77, ',' 17, *:,7 1i&,72 :., ,LL1 '056 2,97i "-, .':;' 5,."L, :, .76

larkbt categcjries:
Bame goods and apparel...... ......... 5,)~ ,156 3,199 '," 3,37 -,691\ ,97 1, 1, 1,87 1 i, 1 ,
Conaumer utaples.......................... 7,7 9 7, ,7, 7,2 8 7, r0 7,4':- 6,71' lr "
Equlpme nt ard de'fense producSta, except
autoHmrtlvE............................... ),)lA \?,9 S 9 3,9LIU 04 4,6S L 2c,. 2 -,52 36t487, :- .* 26 47r '46?7
Aunomative equpniEnt...................... 3,47. ,61.1 5.,j6 5,756 5,97 ,? r5'-1 "j -' -,', p
CocutructIon materiela. rapplUes, ni.
Lntrmediate prodicts................... -,6.7 407 ,' 2,.7 U -r-- i'-, ,' O1 5U-i 4-,c .7, '.02
Otber material and ?uppiels and
LntermedLate proddcia.................... 16,';r2r 15,759 ll*,0&)^ LI,',^ 1,69J --j 1 -2, lr* ,,r:^ 16,668 16,^.69 18:,530 l6,6*z9 15,550

Supplementary aeries:
Oonu mer durableSa........................ 1,73 1,8567 1,579 l,?' 1 1,124 i, i.. 1, i,91,55 i,3i 1i,27 i, 1,ic106
Defenfie produes.......................... L,?59 1,9t8 1,92 1,659 5 C& '8 19,634 19,429 19/425 18,"^ 19,>27 5 1,599
hfcnirsery nd equlprnent inoGUa.irle;........ 5,5t 3,27? *1.J 3,73* 3,18) 51, :^)C. LI,l7 i:_9?S i:, 'i 1O,.3^ 10',i1i 9,65


PPrel imifrar
rRevlaed.
SiEllpmnta and neu orders adjusrtea for
The composition of trEae Aupplefatary


,radi.Ln-ds'


ana celanhr iraiitri varlaticrn; fLU iled orers anfa Lrve'torieca a! ,:"


.er.d cC irjLttj.


Berlea are as foLlows:


Ganauer aoreblea Hou~senzla furniture; ditcerj article:


cutlery,


Msidtc*o1s


rtrd a&re,


r C*I.JJSC rc*ld


opr.rnalmlc COCJdE E&U2re E, ~d cv~ii; arid nds:eU.&neouj. per~cr.~1 ~c.ods.


~pp1imc~s;


Defense produwLE


- Commlcntlion equ.lp'enx, complete ,Lrcrft,,


aLrcraft


parts, a&na ordnance.


Michlnery and equipment iLdustries Ma&crriery, ex.:ept e lctricai ~exc1u.iLng firm machiery andi equipment and macrjin


srAp~ I,


electric macrainery (excluafLrg rousehcld appUiaces, ccminiictlia eluiipment and electruoIle


components), bicp rlitrL and repcLrLng, and railroad and ;t-reet car equipienrt.




UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA



3 1262 08589 3500


Table 3. RATIO OF MANUFACTURERS' INVENTORIES TO SHIPMENTS AND UNFILLED ORDERS TO SHIPMENTS


E INDISTMR GROUP:


basedd


on seasonally


adjusted


Unfilled ardere ehip=omts ratiox
Inventories shipments ratio I (mad es lot ratio
(months backlag)
Industry group
Dec. Nov. Oct. Dec. Dec.. Nov. Oct. Dec.
_______________________1963P 1963r 19635 1962 19639 1963r 1963 196


All manufacturing


Durable


Stone, c
Primary


goods industries


lay,


metals.


Fabricated meta
Machinery, exce
Electrical mach
Transportation
Instruments and


Nondurable


goods


Food and kindred


Tobacco p
Textile in
Paper and
Chemicals


industries,

, total....


S ** S 55-es S. S S* S-Set S SS*S


and glass products..


*4*~ *~~S* ~ ~ ~


pt


electrical.................


dnery.... ....................
equipment.....................


related p

industries


roducts....

, total....


products....


roducts.............
ill products........


allied


products....


and allied


Petroleum and


Ritber


S ~ S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S
. S S S S S ~ S S S S S S S S S S S S *


products


coal products..


and plastics


products,


2.35

2.82
* W4
iJ.o
2.35

3a



O.~6


fle


PPreflminary.


rRevised.
1Excludes


the following


motor vehicle assembly


Industry


operations;


tes with no unfilled
foods and related


.d order backlogs:
products; tobacco;


Wooden


cants


apparel and


Liners, g
related


lass containers, metal cans, barrels ad drmn;
products; chemicals; petroleum and coal pro&<


and rubber


and plastics


products,


n.e.c.


Table 4.--VALUE OF IMNUFACTUREBS' INVENTORIES, ar


STAGE OF FABRICATION, EK DIDTR GROUP:


DECUmLE. 19


(win ens


of dollars)


I I
Without seasonal Seasonally adjusted Welt S uen
Seasonally adjusted adjustment QJtDeR
Industry group ---- ---
Dec. Nov. Oct. Dec. Nov. Dec. Dec. Nov. Oct. Dec. Nov. Dec
1963P 1963r 1963 1965P 1963r 1962 1963P 1963 1963 19g3 1 r ta

Total Materials and supplies

All manufacturing industries, total... 60,008 59,780 59,322 59,607 59,445 57,419 20,566 20,706 20,722 20,870 20,T7553 2a0o59

Durable goods industries, total............. 55,938 35,704 35,581 35,474 55,359 33,891 10,808 10,880 10,878 10,875 10,95 10,637

Stone, clay, and glass products........... 1,503 1,535 1,517 1,479 1,482 1,469 487 496 492 490 501 p
Pr.izay metals............................ 5,882 5,905 5,861 6,023 5,979 6,015 2,250 2,256 2,251 2,563 2,595 0 i
Machinery (electrical and nonelectrical).. 11,924 11,905 11,845 11,729 11,677 11,195 2,989 2,992 2,954 2,969 2,97 2
Transportation equipnent.................. 7,529 7,220 7,256 7,249 7,505 6,750 1,960 1,960 1,989 1,950 1,992
All other durable goods industries........ 9,300 9,141 9,104 8,994 8,916 8,18 53,142 3,176 5,192 3,101 3,157

Nondurable goods industries, total.......... 24,070 24,076 25,741 24,155 24,086 23,528 9,758 9,826 9,84 9,997 9,W. iq0
1
Chemicals and allied products............. 5,794 5,769 5,754 5,821 3,710 5,625 1,518 1,516 1,517 1,347 1,56 s%.
Petroleum and coal products............... 1,755 1,795 1,788 1,750 1,828 1,823 322 548 559 527 K 37
Rubber and plastics products, n.e.c....... 1,150 1,167 1,159 1,141 1,149 1,153 364 558 567 5 548 6
All other nondurable goods industries..... 17,591 17,545 17,060 17,421 17,599 16,947 7,754 7,804 7,801 7,960 7,774 7,983

Work in process Finsled goods


All manufacturing industries, total... 18,547 18,076 17,9835 17,902 17,980 17,072 21,095 20,998 20,617 20,835 20,752 19j688

Durable goods industries, total............. 14,848 14,648 14,659 14,556 14,592 15,881 10,282 10,176 10,064 10,045 9,815 9,J75

Staone, clay, and glass products........... 192 189 182 177 171 188 824 850 845 812 810 776
Primary ametals............................ 1,890. 1,88 1,845 1,894 1,864 1,820 1,762 1,765 1,765 1,766 1,720 1,721
machinery (electrical and nonelectrical).. 5,251 5.260 '5,288 5,144 5,209 4,952 5,704 5,653 5,601 5,616 5,541 5,297
Transportation equipment.................. 4,458 4,563 4,586 4,416 4,417 4,156 911 897 881 883 8 SOy
All other durable goods industries........ 3,077 2,954 2,958 2,925 2,931 2,785 3,081 5,011 2,974 2,96 2,848 2,72

Nondurable goods industries, total.......... 3,499 5,428 5,344 5,546 5,388 3,191 10,813 10,822 10,555 10,790 10,917 10,515

Chemicals and allied products............. 551 545 541 552 540 511 1,925 1,908 1,876 1,922 1,854 1,811
Petroleum and coal products............... 594 592 571 576 386 568 1,019 1,055 1,058 1,047 1,099 ly09
Rubber and plastics products, n.e.c., ..... 184 179 178 179 182 171 602 630 614 59 619
All other nondurable goods industries..... 2,570 2,512 2,254 2,259 2,280 2,141 7,267 7,229 7,005 7,222 7,545 6,


data)


1963


ucts;