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Title:
Current industrial reports
Portion of title:
Manufacturers' shipments, inventories, and orders
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Language:
English
Creator:
United States -- Bureau of the Census. -- Manufacturers' Shipments, Inventories, and Orders Branch
United States -- Bureau of the Census
Publisher:
U.S. Dept. of Commerce, the Bureau of the Census :
For sale by the Subscriber Services Section (Publications), Bureau of the Census
Place of Publication:
Washington, D.C
Creation Date:
May 1967
Publication Date:
Frequency:
monthly, with annual summary[1976-]
monthly[ former 1963-1975]
monthly
normalized irregular

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Subjects / Keywords:
Manufacturing industries -- Statistics -- Periodicals -- United States   ( lcsh )
Inventories -- Statistics -- Periodicals -- United States   ( lcsh )
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statistics   ( marcgt )

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Additional Physical Form:
Some annual summaries also available via Internet from the Census Bureau website. Address as of 12/8/2005: http://www.census.gov/prod/www/abs/m3-1.html; current access available via PURL.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 1963-
Numbering Peculiarities:
Some annual summaries issued in revised editions.
Numbering Peculiarities:
Each annual summary cumulates previous issues for a period of prior years, i.e., annual summaries for <1976>-197 cumulate from 1958.
Issuing Body:
Prepared by: Bureau of the Census, Industry Division, Manufactures' Shipments, Inventories, and Orders Branch, 1963-1964; issued by: U.S. Department of Commerce, Economics and Statistics Administration, Bureau of the Census, <2000->
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Title from cover.
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General Note:
Paper copy no longer sold by Supt. of Docs., U.S.G.P.O.
General Note:
Latest issue consulted: July 2002.

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University of Florida
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lcc - HD9724 .U52a
ddc - 380.1/0973
System ID:
AA00008477:00006

Related Items

Preceded by:
Industry survey
Preceded by:
Manufacturers' shipments, inventories, and orders

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FOR RELEASE


. June 30, 196"


SERIES:


NB-I


New orders rose


billion,


consecutive


substantially in May to $4


increase


in 1967.


the U.S.


Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census


announced today.


Manufacturers'


creased to $44.8 billion
level after a decline in


shipments in-


returning to the Mlarch


April.


Unfilled orders


increased nearly $900 million to a level of $78.1


in bookings fo
equipment. V
in fabricated
groups report
levels set in
orders was ri


for machinery


r primary metals and transportation


Vith the exception of a sma


metals,


-ted
Apr


all other


major


1 decline
industry


il


The large rise


in durable


reflected in the supplementary series


and equipment"


creased steadily since F


ebruary of this year.


four months.


increased only $250 million during the month toa


level of $80.6 billion, resulting


inventor
months.
the small


shipments


ratio


in a decline in the


1.83 to


from


lest


since the


1965.


May
billion


end of the first quarter of


Unfilled orders held by durable goods manu-
facturers increased to $75.1 billion at the end of
May as new orders exceeded shipments for the


first time this year.


Aircraft and primary metals


accounted for most of the increase in backlog as


other


major


industry


groups


April's seasonally adjusted levels.


remained


near


May recorded


the first increase in unfilled orders this


shipments
reflected a


of durable
i substantial


goods a
increase


t $22.9
in the


the level of backlog


year but


was still nearly $1.4 billion


below the beginning of the year.


automotive and aircraft industries accompanied by


a moderate


increase


in electrical


machinery.


Other major industry groups remained near last
month's seasonally adjusted levels. Shipments for


the first five months of 1967 showed little


Inventories


million in M
$51.8 billion.


change


of durable goods increased $200


[ay to a


seasonally adjusted level of


All major industry groups reported


moderate changes in their inventory I


from the corresponding period of last year.

Non-durable goods producers reported a


increase in shipments
seasonal adjustment.


the tobacco industry was offset by


other m


ustry


slight


increases in


groups.


Stocks of nondurable


only slightly to $2


ment.


chemicals


in materials


goods in May increased


8.8 billion after seasonal adjust-


major industry groups


change in their inventory levels.


F Inquir
e U.S.


concerning


Department


these


figures


of Commerce


should be addi
Bureau of the


20233.


For sale hvr


he Bureau of the


- C


n s. U


SWahinncrrnn ID C


20933


monthly


seasonally adjusted, recording the fourth


billion


after declining in each of the preceding


Inventories held by manufacturers


new orders that exceeded the


The expansion of inventories in May was


which has in-


in May to$21.9billion after
A relatively large decline in


An increase in work-in-process and finished goods


was partially offset by a decline
supplies.


evels.


goods new orders to $23.9 in stocks of
uetoa substantial increase reported litt


With the exception of a moderate increase


ustry Division,


Washington,


;ed to
nsus,










2 Table 1.--VALDE OF MUNUFACTORERS' SHIPMENTS, INVENTORIES, AND ORDERS,


" INDISTRY GROUP


(Millions of dollars)

Without seasonal t Without seasonal
Seasonal adjusted adjustent Seasonally adjusted adjustment
Industry group
Muay Apr. Mar. May I Apr.r May May IApr. Mar. May I Apr. Nay
1967 1967j 1967 1967 1967- 1966 1967p 1967r 1967 1967 1967 1966


All manufacturing industries:
Total................................
Total, excluding transportation....
Durable goods industries, total.............
Stone, clay, and glass products...........
Primary metals, total........... .....
Blastfurnaces, steel mills.............
All other primary metals................
Fabricated metal products, total..........
Metal cans, barrels, and drums..........
Machinery, except electrical, total.......
Engines and turbines.....................
Farm machinery and equipment...........
Construction, mining, and material
handling equipment..................
etalworking machinery ...................
General industrial machinery............


Electrical machinery, total...............
Electrical transmission and distribution
equipment and industrial apparatus.....
EUusehold appliances, including radio
and TV.................................


Communication equipment.................
Transportation equipment, total...........
Motor vehicles and parts................
Aircraft and parts........ ,...........
Instruments and related products..........
All other durable goods industries........


Nondurable goods industries, total..........
Food and kindred products, total..........
Meat products...........................


Tobacco
Textile


products..........
mill products.....


Paper and allied products,
Pulp, paper, etc........


Chemicals and allied products, total....
Industrial chemicals, except pigments.
Petroleum and coal products.............
Rubber and plastics products, n.e.e.....
All other nondurable goods industries...


All manufacturing industries:
Total .............................
Total, excluding transportation...


Durable g
Primary
Blast


oods industries, total..........
metals, total..................
furnaces, steel mills.......


Fabricated metal products..............
Machinery, except electrical, total....
Engines and turbines .................
Construction, mining, and material
handling equipment .................
Metalworking machinery..............
General industrial machinery.........


Electrical machinery, total........


Electrical transmission and distribution
equipment and industrial apparatus.....
Household appliances, including radio


Coand ication equipment........,..........
Communmication equipiment,....,....


Transportation
Aircraft and


equipment, total...
parts.......,,....


All other durable goods industries.

Nondurable goods industries, total...


*......
.4,. ..
. .. ..
4.... .
5.... .

..4...4.


Shipments


22,859


21,903


23,900


1 *I -, I


4,089

21.623


Total inventories


5},79~


10,223
698
975


7.768


10,173
689
954


5,273
489
10,152
697
954

1,769
1,014
724
7,825

1,824

2,036
1,694
12,004
3,533
7,058
2 9*T1


81,279
68,973
52,568
1,889
7,304
4,103
3,201
5,443
568


28,711 !8,710


New orders filledd orders


4,359

21,473


75,054


1,699
1,864
952
12,119

3,335

603
4,720
33,100
27,668
5,501

3.023


12,335
3,193


12,206

3,283

627
4,720
32,237
26,971


77,290
45,281
74,060
5,771
2,529
6,119
12,359
3,147

1,682
1,922
947
-I^ ^^^


74,757
5,867
2,743
6,217
12,520
3,410


044 12.123


3,380

589
4,616
12,4i6
7,234
5,543


I .J.L~O I s.c-as I ~ I


* -


602,
4,635
32,096
6,717
5,475

3.185


1


71,668
62,109
44,910
1,727
6,584
3,762
2,822
4,936
502
8,928
591
824

1,581
906
643
6,778

1,597

1,691
1,563
9,559
3,274
5,055
1,952
4,446

26,758
6,172
601
2,363
3,315
2,070
?77

4,574
1,439


73,279
45,098
69,41Q
1,163
3,620
t~,87s
ttp4
2~295


906
10,986

2,Yfl;

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281
21,764


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Table 4.--RATIO OF MANUFACTURERS' INVENTORIES TO SHIPMENTS AND UNFILLED ORDERS TO SHIPMENTS, BT INDUSTtY GROUP


(Based on seasonally ad justed


Industry group


All manufacturing


Durable


industries


total.


goods industries,


Stone, clay,


Primary
Fabricat
Maclhiner
Electric


. *. . .


and glass products.


metals ... .............. ......*
>ed metals ..... -...* ..*.*4-


7,
al


except


electrical........


machinery ............-.


Transportation equipmnent.........
Instruments and related products.


Nondurable
Food and


goods industries,


kindred


products....


Tobacco products.............
Textile mill products........
Paper and allied products ....
Chemicals and allied products
Petroleum and coal products..
Rubber and plastics products,


PPreliminary.


total.


* S *
* S** SS*o-- *


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

*. .S S *.. ...S


Inventories


- shipants ratio


Unfilled orders
(months


(NA) Not available.


rRevised. (X) Not applicable.
1Excludes the following industries with no


motor vehicle assembly operations;


and rubber


unfilled order backlogs:


foods and related


products;


tobacco;


Wooden containers; glass containers; metal cans,
apparel and related products; chemicals; petrole


and plastics products,


Table 5. --VALUE OF MANUFACTURERS' INVENTORIES, SBY STAGE OF FABRIC4TION, BY INDUSTif GROUP
(Millions of dollars)


sbipmnta ratip


N~rch
196? 1~66


~4nv
2.90
t'~

(NA)

3.05 ~





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(x)*
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Without ...... itou
Seasonally adjusted W saoSeonally adjusted
adjustment ad^^
Industry group
May Apr March May April May May Apri March May
1 196T 1967 1967 196r 1966 1967 1 1967 196


All manufacturing


Durable
Stone,


industries


clay, and


Primary metals........
machinery (electrical


Transportation eq
All other durable


Nondurable
Chemicals
Petroleum
Rubber an


goods industrie


and allied


industries

, total...


glass products.


total.


* S S S S


.........and nonelectrical)..
and nonelectricalX..


industries...... .

s. total.........


products . ..


and coal products.............


d plastics


All other nondurable




All manufacturing


Durable
Stone,


industries


p product,


goods industries...


industries

, total...


clay, and glass products.
metals ..................


Primary


total.


* S ~ S S S S
- S S S
- S S S S S S


Machinery (electrical and nonelectrical).


Transportation eq
All other durable


industries...


Nondurable goods industries, total..........
Chemicals and allied products.............
Petroleum and coal products...............


Total


80,584

51,792
1,847
7,431
17,991
12,190.
12,333

28,792
5,431
1,957
1,423
19,981


71,668

44,910
1,727
'6,584
15,706
9,559




1,7--
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Work in process


27,952

23,589
258
2,598
8,017
8,442
4,274

4,363
775
417


28,3%


140 23,960


28,020

23,640
280
2,576
8,101
8,389
4,294

4,380


23,647

19,604
236
2,339
7,111
6,094
3,824

4,043
655
381


Materials and


25,433

14,721
571
2,705
4,781
2,363
4,301

10, 71:
i 91.5

37
S.026


25,3851 2


5,108 25,341 j 23,547


14,748| 14,469


Finisteda goods


27,323

13,636
1,014
2,135
5,254
1,396
3,837

13,687
2,69P
1,173


27,128 26,828| 27,795


13,449
993
2,123
5,188
1,362
3,783

13,679
2,617
1,166


I


13,328
975
2,101
5,137
1,359
3,756

13,500
2,544
11J44


27.456


14.139113.917


33,~5(. 113


13,3.3 v
525
2,334
4,198
2,9397
3,939


10,344
1,663
366
359
7,956


24,474

12,103
966
1,911
4,397


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