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Current industrial reports
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Manufacturers' shipments, inventories, and orders
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Language:
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United States -- Bureau of the Census
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Creation Date:
July 1967
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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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FOR RELEASE


August 31


SERIES:


M3S-(67)-7


New orders in July declined


slightly for the


first time in six months to $45.4 billion from


$46.1


billion


remained


after


substantial


months of 1967


seasonal
ly above


the U.S.


adjustment
the first


Department of Cornm-


merce, Bureau of the Census announced teday.


Manufacturers'


shipments


in July


increased


slightly to $45.1 billion seasonally adjusted.
Unfilled orders increased $.3 billion to a level
of $79.5 billion in July, continuing the increase


in May and June


four months
ventitories hI


slghtly in Ju
billion in June


after the decline of the first


of 1967.


Seasonally adjusted in-


manufacturers


to $80.7


billion


increased
from $80.4


, with the inventories-shipments


ratio remaining unchanged from last
1.79.


month at


At $23.4 billion in July, seasonally adjusted,


durable


goods new orders reflected a substan-


tial decline in the aircraft and automotive


ment of the transportation industry.


The decline


was partially offset by a substantial increase in
bookings in primary metals and in the instru-


ments industries.


New orders for machinery


and equipment declined slightly to $4


billion


from $4.8 billion in June, while "defense prod-


UCtS"


declined from $4


billion in July as
space industry.


billion in June to $3.6


a result of a drqp in the


Unfilled orders held by durable


facturers


aero-


goods manu-


increased to $76.4 billion at the


of July compared with $76.2 billion at


July


shipments


durable


goods


at $23.1


billion, virtually unchanged from June, reflected


of June,


as new orders


continued


to exceed


shipments.


small
groups,
tde fir


thbse
year.


increases


st


in nearly all


except transportation.
seven months of 1967


for the corresponding


major industry


Shipments for
about equaled


period


for last


Inventories of durable


goods increased mod-


erately to $52.2 billion from $51.8 billion after
seasonal adjustment. A slight increase in work-


in-process inventories was


in materials


and supplies inv


offset by a decline


entries.


SNondurable


goods


producers


reported


increase in shipments


in July to $22.0 billion


compared with $21.8 billion in June after


sonal adjustment.


apparel
offset I
groups.


Decreases


and leather products


Stocks of nondurable goods de


sea-


in food, tobacco,
were more than


to $28.5


billion


from the June


billion after seasonal adjustment.


food,


increase


lined slightly
level of $28.6
Increases in


chemicals and petroleum products almost
inventory declines in all othernondurable









2 Table 1.--VALUE OF MANUFACTURERS' SHIPMENTS

(Millions


Industry


All manufacturing industries:
Total .......... ........ ......


Total,


Durable
Stone,


excluding


transportation.....


goods industries, total.............


and glass products...........


Primary metals, total....................
Blast furnaces, 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 ............. .......
Metalworking machinery.................
General industrial machinery............
Electrical machinery, total..............
Electrical transmission and distribution


equipment
Household


and industrial apparatus.....
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,


Food and kindred products, total..........
Meat products ...........................
Tobacco products..........................
Textile mill products....................
Paper and allied products, total..........
Pulp, paper, etc.......................
Chemicals and allied products, total.,.....
Industrial chemicals, except pigments...
Petroleum and coal products...............
Rubber and plastics products, n.e.c.......
All other nondurable goods industries.....

All manufacturing i-, r t j :
Total............................ .
Totals excluding tr =-.:p-rt-r *=|......


Durable


goods industries, Ta 'Ti..


Primary metals,


total. ................. .


Blast furnaces, steel ,.-,il ... ...
Fabricated metal produce s. ...........
Machinery, except electrl: =i, t:.TrL.......
Engines and turbines....................
Construction, mining, -r. .-.rneis
handling equipment.....................
Metalworking machiner1-*..................
General industrial m,: rh zL. r .........
Electrical machinery, -t: td ...............
Electrical transmissa.c-. ,.3 ,3 : T.rri[.rj :r,
equipment and indust r k i p.F..ir a ,t: .....
Household appliances, ri-,clia r r.- :,,
and TV.. ..e .. .. .. . .......
Communication equipment. .............
Transportation equipmer ., t.: -i -...........
Aircraft and parts......................
All other durable goods J,-, ILLu : r ........


Nondurable


goods industries, t .- ti.


Industries with unfilled* :,rJr:..


..l.l... .
..l.......


, INVENTORIES, AND ORDERS, BY INDUSTRY GROUP
of dollars)


I S


Seasonally


45,112
38,944
23,118
899
3,566
1,920
1,646
2,068
234
3,542
297
316

617
258
289
3,457

744

833
767
6,168
3,549
2,141
917
2,501

21,994
7,584
1,763
434
1,812
1,847
861
3,549
I Hr'


adjusted


44,888
38,423
23,052
923
3,462
1,755
1,707
2,093
250
3,517
263
343

621
237
270o
3,358

717

791
749
6,465
3,896
2,088
878
2,356

21,836
7,634
1,687
441
1,753
1,803
836
3,432
1 .I6-I


Shipments

44,945 40,662
38,565 35,771
22,900 20,239
914 945
3,434 3,090
1,791 1,634
1,643 1,456
2,092 1,939
241 261


3,455
224
336

609
256
275
3,323

708

751
773
6,380
3',875
2,067
876
2,426

22,045
7,728
1,784
400
1,830
1,851
854
3,331
1,0<>5
L,i-,-
",- -
1, 13:
*I


3,231
239
288

589
221
274
3,019

650

728
692
4,891
2,497
1,970
818
2,306

20,423
7,327
1,706
450
1,539
1,674
773
3,226
*4 I I


Without seasonal
adjustment'


46,980
40,089
24,778
1,051
3,717
1,885
1,832
2,276
274
3,869
324
371

685
270
297
3,531

766

840
802
6,891
4,178
2,170
929
2,514

22,202
7,811
1,736
471
1,841
1,891
873
3,564
1,13-


40,412
35,487
20,599
990
3,507
1,881
1,626
2,006
259
3,075
174
286

617
202
239
3,065

668

755
678
4,925
2,790
1,701
752
2,279

19,813
7,031
1,669
432
1,462
1,699
795
2,980



3, M'*


Seasonally


adjusted


Without


seasonal


adjustment


J1
r1


><


V

a
II


Total inventories


80,667
68,092
52,214
1,841
7,521
4,257
3,264
5,134
505
10,298
690
963

1,755
1,034
751
7,732

1,863

1,954
1,666
12,575
3,448
7,707
2,308
4,805

28,453
6,655
603


80,390
68,154
51,809
1,847
7,478
4,242
3,236
5,162
504
10,275
697
958

1,775
1,031
749
7,682

1,843

1,951
1,649
12,236
3,302
7 475
2,301
4,828

28,581
6,634
593
2,380
3,379
2,310
899
5,381
1 .65


80,578
68,394
51,784
1,842
7,451
4,243
3,208
5,229
511
10,234
699
970

1,770
1,023
747
7,755

1,831

1,991
1,687
12,184
3,398
7,386
2,303
4,786

28,794
6,737
607
2,377
3,338
2,305
884
5,412
I, 9ryJ
-, 'i" '3
1,^*1


52,071
1,849
7,450
4,210
3,240
5,273
563
10,255
683
953

1,734
1,028
751
7,822

1,867

2,031
1,658
12,247
3,106
7,701
2,334
4,841

28,330
6,374
573
2,209
3,422
2,318
899
5,370

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Table 4.--RATIO OF MANUFACTURERS' INVENTORIES TO SHIPMENTS AND UNFILLED ORDERS TO SHIPMENTS


I l ll 11111111 11 1 llll11 ll 111 111111
3 1262 08589 3518

BY INDUSTRY GROUP


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA I


(Based on seasonally adjusted data)


Inventories shipments ratio Unfilled orders shimnts
months backlog)
Industry group
July June May 'July July 3 une May Ju
1967 1967 1967 1966 1967 1967 1967 1


All manufacturing industries,


Durable


total..


goods industries, total............


Stone, clay, and glass products..-....
Primary metals.......................
Fabricated metals... .................
Machinery, except electrical.........
Electrical machinery .................
Transportation equipment.............
Instruments and related products.....

Nondurable goods industries, total.....
Food and kindred products..........
Tobacco products.....................
Textile mill products...............
Paper and allied products............
Chemicals and allied products........
Petroleum and coal products.........
Rubber and plastics products, n.e.c..


PPrelininary.


* S S U S

, S S S S S S S S S S S


* *5-5*SS55S *55* 5555
* 555555 ****
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55*~*-5t~ S~
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* S S S ~ S -

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* 5.**~~ 555*5*** *5~ S
* S
S. 5555-
S S S S S S S
* *5*55555S S *~ S S S S S S


2.25


(NA) Not available.


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


motor vehicle assembly operations; foods and related
ucts; and rubber and plastics products, n.e.c.


order backlogs:


products;


tobacco;


Wooden c
apparel


containers;
and related


Table 5.--VALUE OF MANUFACTURERS' INVENTORIES, BY STAGE OF FABRIC
(Millions of dollars)


Industry group


All manufacturing


Durable


industries


goods industries, total...


Stone, clay, and


glass products.


Primary metals ..................


, total...

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


Machinery (electrical and nonelectrical)..
Transportation equipment...............
All other durable goods industries.......


Nondurable


goods industries, total......


Chemicals and allied products.........


Petroleum and


coal products...........


Rubber and plastics products, n.e.c...


All other nondurable goods


industries.


All manufacturing industries, total.


Durable goods industries, total...


Stone, clay, and


glass products.


Primary metals..................


.S......S *
* S S* *S* S
* S* 5


Machinery (electrical and nonelectrical)..
Transportation equipment ..................
All other durable goods industries........

Nondurable goods industries, total... .... ,
Chemicals and allied products.............
Petroleum and coal products...............
Rubber and plastics products, n.e.c.......
A 'I r.i+'har ,mn ,,A,,vfiiw ,1 n\ r'f~n~u A aol~--lr'7n-


Seasonally


adjusted


Without seasonal
adjustment


Total


80,667

52,214
1,841
7,521
18,030
12,575
12,247

28,453


24,054
264
2,704
8,045
8,851
4,190

4,317
788
409
235


28,125

23,704
261
2,646
8,065
8,488
4,244

4,421
796
412
239
0 Ofl./


80,578

51,784'
1,842


80.401! 80.913


52,071
1,849
7,450
18,077
12,247
12,448

28,330


19,618


52,346
1,860
7,368
18,311
12,231
12,576

28,567
5,345
1,913
1,424
19,885


72,684

45,634
1,700
6,721
15,974
9,684
11,555

27,050
4,7::
1,81:*
1,3.:'
19,1r7."


2.99


2.95

3.69
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