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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:
January 1968
Publication Date:
Frequency:
monthly, with annual summary[1976-]
monthly[ former 1963-1975]
monthly
normalized irregular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Manufacturing industries -- Statistics -- Periodicals -- United States   ( lcsh )
Inventories -- Statistics -- Periodicals -- United States   ( lcsh )
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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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General Note:
Latest issue consulted: July 2002.

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Related Items

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

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January declined to $47.4 billion from the record
high of $49.7 billion in December after seasonal


instruments


industries.


adjustment, the Bureau of the Census, U


Depart-


ment of Commerce, announced today.
New orders for durable goods at $24.6 billion
declined significantly following a sharp increase


Nondurable goods producers also reported de-


creases in shipments


in January to $22.8 billion


compared to $23.1 billion in December. Dec


in the majority


of industries


reases


more than offset


in December.


This


decline


was larger


increases


in apparel,


printing,


chemicals.


that originally indicated in the advance report on


durable goods for January.


rubber products,


New orders declined


in every major durable goods industry group with
the exception of instruments and furniture, but


remained substantially


first


months


defense-oriented


above the


year.


industries


evels for the


Orders


declined


billion from the December level of $4.0 billion due
to the substantial decline in the orders for the


aerospace
machinery


industries, .
and equipment


orders


industries


increased


Unfilled orders of $79.0 billion held bydurable
goods manufacturers at the end of January showed


a $600 million decrease


level.


from the end of December


The unfilled orders-shipments


ratio for


durable goods manufacturers decreased to


from


3.64 in


occurred


December.


in all major


Decrea
industry


ses in ba
groups


cklogs
except


primary metals.


slightly to $4.9 billion in January.


Manufacturers'


shipments


Inventories


January


creased slightly to $48.0 billion seasonally ad-
justed compared with $48.3 billion in December.


Unfilled orders at $8


2.2 billion


January decreased by $0.7


of December.


as of the end of


billion from the end


Seasonally adjusted inventories


manufacturers


at the end of January


increased to $82.9 billion from $82.4 billion at


million to $54.0
after seasonal a


of durable


bil lion


idjustmen


industry group was mixed w


in fabricated
increases,
primary met
creases in s
fabrication.


metals,
especially


als.
stockss


goods increased $100
at the end of January
t. The movement by
ithdeclines, especially


more
in


offset


transportation


For total durable goods,


occurred


for all


stages


the end of December.


ratio rose


slightly to 1


The inventory-shipments
.72 after declining for two


consecutive months.


The revisions


in the January figures


for durable


goods from the advance report weredue mainlyto


The revised


goods


showed


January


shipments for durable


a slight decline to $25.2 billion.


reversing the increase reported in the advance


report for


January.


Declines occurred in most


errors in compiling the advance


lesser


extent


to the effect


figures and to a


of additional


received after the advance report figures


announced.


The estimates


in advance


I


were
report


have usually indicated current changes with only


major


industry groups although inc


reases


were


minor deviations


from the final figures.


Inquiries concerning these figures should be addressed to
the U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census,
Industry Division, Washington, D.C. 20233.









Table 1.--VALUE OF MANUFACTURERS' SHIPMENTS


(Milnions


;, INVENTORIES, AND ORDERS,
of dollars)


Without seasonal Without seasonal
Seasonally adjusted adjustment Seasonelly adjusted adjustment
xr. ad justmentI ad justre-nt
S- Industry group
o Jan Dec. Nov. Jan. Dec. Jan. Jan. Dec. Nov. Jan. Dec. Jan.
1968p 1967 1967 1968 196? 1967 1968 1967 1967 1968 1967 1967
I 96?m1m67 lS


lI manufacturing industries:
Total................. t.*..r.a..
Total, excluding trans )orfation-.....


Durable goods industries, total... -,.......
Stone, clay, and glass prc4 b .........
Primary metals, total ...... ............
Blast, furnaces, steel if mil .............
All other primary .mep ...x.............
Fabricated metaliproducts, total..........
hetal cans, barrels, and drums....-.....


Machinery,
Engines


, except electrical, total.......
and turbines....................


Farm machinery and


equipnEnt


Construction, mining, and material-
handling equipment... ................


I~ta1working


General industrial machinery...........
Electrical machinery, total...............
Electrical transmission and distribution
equipment and industrial apparatus.....
Household appliances, including radio
and TV.............. .o.. ..........
Communication equipment.................
Transportation equipment, total...........
Mbtor vehicles and parts................


Aircraft,
Instruments


missiles and parts............


and related


All other durable


Nondurabl
Food an
Meat
Tobacco
Textile
Paper a
Pulp,


products..........
industries........


.e gooas industrles, to aa.l. -.........
d kindred products, total2.........
products3..........................
Sproductsd..........................
mill Droducts.....................


nd allied products,


paper, e


Chemicals and
Industrial
Petroleum and


Rubber
All ott


allied
chemical


total.


products, total......
s, except pigments...


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


and plastics
er nondurable


All manufacturing


Durable


product
goods


tsj n.e.c..*....
industries.....


industries:


Totall] ........* ~*. ... .. .. .... .
Total, excluding transportation.....
goods industries, total.............


Primary metals, total,........... ... .
Blast furnaces, steel mills.............


Fabricated
Machinery,


Engines


Construct
handling
Metalworki


General in
Electrical m
Electrical
equipment


Metal products.................
except electrical, total.......
and turbines..................


mining, and


material


equipment.....................
ing machinery..................


lustrial machinery............
achinery, total...............
transmission and distribution


and industrial apparatus..


ouncumu appliances, including ra io

30mmuniestion equipment.................
ansportation equipment total...........


Aircraft, mis


All other

Nondurable g
Industries
Industries


siles and


durable


oods industries
with unfilled
without unfill


parts............
ndustries........


s, total.*.........
orders..-.........
.ed orders4.......


Sbipnrnts


Al


4'7,37r
40.5'L
24.c-i-
3,911
2,247
2,282
3 .?1




.h I
r ~
lil
-I--d
332

~ -* S


e-e
71 -r
,':. ",
4.,522
-?.
4,bA>d


if ,4.5i
i. ,ea


48,058
41,416
25,219
1,160
3,718
2,004
1,714
2,463
356
3,902
266
353

701
271
328
3,584

729

855
869
6,642
3,774
2,462
1,052
2,698

22,839
8,029
1,896
425
1,712
1,981
907
3,843
1,258


.4 -I,
- .


48,342
41,570
25,290
1,187
3,826
2,097
1,729
2,351
312
3,996
274
395

745
294
319
3,596

704

934
818
6,772
3,855
2,463
904
2,658

23,052
8,295
1,906
437
1,734
2,021
936
3,797
1,153
1,740
1,134
3,89-


46,108
40,179
23,487
1,028
3,620
1,992
1,628
2,180
268
3,737
312
374

674
270
278
3,491

715

854
831
5,929
3,184
2,267
929
2,573

22,621
8,090
1,918
414
1,690
1,949
897
3,773
1,182
1,835
1,149
?,??1


46,288
39,232
24,595
977
3,506
1,874
1,632
2,179
250
3,875
291
308

672
312
305
3,653

736

851
885
7,056
4,013
2,611
975
2,374

21,693
7,937
1,917


44,909
38,386
23,330
919
3,596
1,972
1,624
2,200
287
3,539
245
330

608
229
291
3,258

651

763
773
6,523
3,897
2,270
933
2,362

21,579
7,689
1,833
385
1,558
1,882
870
3,660
1,165


Total inventories


41,455
35,633
21,395
835
3,632
1,889
1,743
1,918
192
3,169
203
319

548
219
250
3,149

641

744
685
5,822
3,713
1,687
740
2,130

20,060
7,085
1,732
384
1,416
1,787
843
3,148
1,037
1,704
1,009
3.5?"


82,858
69,162
54,041
1,795
7,576
4,362
3,214
5,256
545
10,435
725
943

1,753
1,014
704
7,908

1,861

2,061
1,703
15,696
3,775
8,352
2,354
5,021

28,817
6,783
610
2,366
5,251
2,264
885
5,479
1,776


81,796
68,564
53,506
1,785
7,476
4,282
3,194
5,326
580
10,540
684
970

1,805
1,030
760
7,880

1,860


82,425
68,915
53,930
1,789
7,519
4,318
3,201
5,368
579
10,495
709
936

1,765
1,017
757
7,869

1,866

2,021
1,683
13,510
3,653
8,271
2,395
4,985

28,495
6,561
608
2,392
3,169
2,272
889
5,451
1,770
1,980
1,409
5,261


82,831
69,152
53,826


7,674
4,449
3,225
5,146
498
-0,457
715
967

1,786
1,017
707
7,735


13,679
3,851
8,270
2,312
5,023

29,005
6,889
628
2,522
3,228
2,235
885
5,570
1,797


I I
Nei. :r~~&r: tint ULIei cnJers


"C',:'3:
- -, .

3,783
2,091
2,334
3,85C



23

-92
3,315


7.."'






2,.Cr,;
.. ^



'.Ir.
6,0.%.
16. ?'


13.3-7
4,234
2,578
2,206
?,6W1


^c,A
250
3,C?.
--r.


773
657

.-7')
r..70:
2.33-
I-,.i
C'. 3 '.1
2 .J2r


.&Lj r


- I,
- A, i'U
25.3-:

3,911
2,308
2,521
:* .- ,





3.!"6
315




':21





'*.352
2',937
-'. ."i
:-8





8:1


1,3.1


LI-..*6
"1. 3'-'C


i 1. ?c


-1 ,D'-&
3 .81?
-I. 5.-6
3,585
1,761
1,996
*, 2c0j
1713
:-. .
201



7:
3.19-




r.:


I ,3'^.t.
7*.




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- .. .
14..r *4 :


4,14?.
7.? 4-
. ,-4r.
i .; R
I., ^-


*32 .i'2
47. WS
"@*,:^w
6,527
3,497
7,084
12, o26
3.<37
-'
1, Tj^
I, ii.

i1.,577

3,t97

570
4,780
34,1313
29,73.,


3.27-


Wi .555

* .


3,1 s'


I I


I?7 -12

'7;^
6,976
4,009
6,739
'12.39"



1 95.
i.5'-



3,'30
,:10
4,732
35,302
2:., ^>


3, L2
3,112


C










)


t1,898
8,551
i3,262
1,761
7,707
4,517
3,190
5,125
492
L0,385
696
953


1,772
998
746
7,682

1,847

1,950
1,662
13,347
3,667
8,135
2,338
4,917

28,636
6,891
625
2,478
3,103.
2,239
885
5,510
1,783
1,977
1,408
5,030


6,337
3,403
6,734
L2,326
3,911

1,615
1,619
9S7
12,L7
3,55



35,083
A-,2

35,Ci83


78,591
66,865


4

~t1
9 V


50,433
1,776
7,232
4,1i0
3*,062
5,16


10 680
** 53 ..


1,797
988

7,624



1,9941.
S1,620
31:,92^."
3,680
6,647



2^3.7
4,68]6i:

2,158
6, 9
637

2,23691
%37

8^
5,224
1,656
1,874
1,442
5,1St


7S,60?
4t .04
r.E
J,--1J
6 ,6~9
3,087
5.994
12,592
J
1,767
2,oa
*6



3,20?


4.759
:32, fl~:,
26,'.2?
5,534

3,122
3.122


13,232
3,675
8,004
2,359
4,908

28,290
6,489
610
2,326
3,123
2,285
892
5,454
1,768
1,930
1,419
r,* .6


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Table 2.-.VALUE OF ,MANUFACTUBEHS SHIPMENTS, INVENTORIES, AND ORDERS, FOR MARKET CATEGORIES AND SUPPLEMENTARY SERIES


(HUJ.idns


of dollars);


I I S I


Tri,, t. C.'


Au ~7.eLtJIs:rL.rLng


inaj"tr L- ,


tCaT ;~*


DurxarE .i:: ri'.LtrLae t.-rai ............


Ir~dtt~ tr~


rrc.Jp~ arrG.fli.E t.:. (~arhEt


*Pat'-fGors :
HoM'ie o.d. n. d appare? .. ............. ..
'.Z.Cr zUEr AplI ............... ....
.-;ul"pmnt a nru *i.eErue pr:au: rt e/':.pt
a LjutCt j .e ........ ... ...........

'0.tfui' -t-r~i *_ .EpC i
COrE u L!t. IIe rib J. B tLnl:, uppi1i a.
ulLcermic^Lat c rciu~rtz...................
Ot~r"i" Eicirr~iflkl -uj*i .uppil-El -^
LciermediaTn pr:-a'jcts...................

Suppiezientary eri-:
CAn-usEr .nuraril (:;.:: erjr ltre:.......
Defenr pnDisj:t -Lr..,i: r,_=;: ........ ......
M Ai Ll ery a cq'uipmjenT ";",'] i^T.rl. :,. L....




All isru.5-.fT.JrjjA -juEtrE. T:LaI..

tll5Dte gc000co jLIuiUPi., t:*ti-.............
1oDdursoEI gci- L-r.aiurrhs Ti-rca.........


Inidttry grcupE


9rtar.r.E1


!.i (rkarLJ~t


estegoriks:

cojr inger t;apl ............. ... .... ...

Eqijiphrni a 1ef ['nse pr(A uc tr. e =-pr
SlJu oPoti ........................ .....
AutoDt iia e r -t................ ....
Construct i-Go "ltirri :Uppi L- i. J-u.
intenrs-iiaT.^ pr:ii ct 5...T............. ...
Otner ma-tlerl-l.- i jurj',L,; &-,r.
ter' m di.s pr= ?r r. .. .i : .. ...

S rppLie.--,menr Tarnn ?Lr,'It:
Lorer-..' r "ura lo ,_=*Ca, Lnt u: tri :.... ...
iD=i'^u^- prod.i:r tr"_ni^tra-;:............--.
Mler-fin-Lriir ana i^^pi*Mrit inrj.a-L: rx~rj..=r.,....


V
~PreiLiCr~ar'. tf~ nE-el.
ier.tories ~! ca e~a c-C rn-zr.r..


Seasonally adjusted


Without seasonal
adjustmentZ


~riip.Terir.


1. -, -


SeasoAflly


adjusted


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Table 4.--RATIO OF MANUFACTURERS' INVENTORIES TO SHIPMENTS AND UNFITLE ORDERS TO SH2aENTS, BY IIDOSIE GROUDP


LL.~. tr.


Et ~ : [- '


All manufacturing industries,


Durable


goods industries, total....


total....--.... -.-..

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


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

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


PPreliminary.
'Revised.


(NA) Not available.
(X) Not applicable.


Lrj~'~Dtcr..cE -


1Excludes the following industries with no unfilled order backlogs:
motor vehicle assembly operations; foods and related products; tobacco;
ucts; and rubber and plastics products, n.e.c.


rL~pac~t.E


(IrS zflec, r..nler shMu~ntc ratiO'
Irnnzr..z r,~c~lcc)


D.~,: ~M.er
196~t


hov-~nte r
1967


amiary
I







132

3.6/.
3-5?



0.56
Cx)
(I)


(I)


1.24 1.23 1.34| (X) (X) (X) (x)




Wooden containers; glass containers; metal cans, osrrelr and arnMs;
apparel and related products; clnmicals; petrol -iL and coal prod-


Table 5.--VALUE OF M)ANUFACTUREBS' INVENTORIES, BY STAGE OF FABRICATION, BY INDIETHI GROUP
(Millions of dollars)


Industry group


All einga.o : T .r- su:

Durable good-: a.*j-' i r 1 ...


Stone, clayd, trja FrI
Primary me L-.. .
Machinery t.:- :?1 r_.


iransporta
All other


Nondurable g
Chemicals
Petroleum
Rubber and
All other


T*: I T 1.


, tCT~1..


p~ >2 r: 'C

U. ~n*i r..,;jci.s.lr~;l I


: '.--rj -J' A UL" 0. 3- cl . .
.rf--r i- ,;.: >3: cndC Ltria: .

::-]: L.t.i rr-: -: ..- ...
b',] i .11 .x- pr : -, ,:;........


.i : ,1.: pr --3u -, .. :
r.nr i.j'-f ,.i- .:.3: ui1JU2: L.


Al.]. mar *~j ~. Liii,


Durable good: -..i
Stone, cla -J,
Primary nme'.-1*.


i. J2 L tr- i

- '*:L iJ .


'.1 12 ir:.i.~c -


Machinery I.- .: :' r r:
Transporta' -: 1 i
All other .jurrIc: ;


i ).


Nondurable g _,-,: -.r ... -Tr e-E, I. :.T ij. .
Chemicals an;: I-,2 :g Er.j'j*.-: L .....
Petroleum a -ni CU_ pr,.i.x-,.. ...'
Rubber and p t 2 : t..: prcj .: 4 *.tcJ, r.. :..:


Seasonally


adjusted


Without seasonal
adjustment


Total


*'~ .'? 8

-, 041
1,
:
18 *




C
~,,
.~
iC't.
19


-. -,


,,, 2cdr'


2iCh15


*or~ C.


2'. -0*-


rI.29)



I


*1'.-.


Seasonally adjusted


Materials and


it. ew.


Wi tho e
ad xxxxx x 1


rn~wlis


10,719
1,975
369
391
7,9A


, LLI.3 tea gcolz


13,945


12,9?'4


2 ., ,fl79

LJ,623
9a
2.171
,,294
1A35
3,784

13,4.51
2,697
~.im

a *,nJ


..ne- I 3 L'., I I' C' I I I, I 0*.


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