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FOR RELEASE:


APRIL 3, 1969


SERIES:


NEW ORDERS


Chart 1- Manufactur


SAPR 1S6 K
Nw Orders (Seasonally Adjusted)
mn Billions4


New orders for manufactured products of $54.1
billion in February registered an increase of $900
million over the January total of $53.1 billion, after
seasonal adjustment, the Bureau of the Census,
U.S. Department of Commerce, announced today.
The durable goods new orders at $30.5 billion
indicated an $800 million increase for the month.
This increase was primarily attributable to the
aerospace and machinery industries. The nondurable


goods sector increased $100 million
as most industries reported new
above their January levels. New
supplementary series on machinery
reached $6.3 billion in February corn
billion in January. Orders for the d
series rose nearly $400 million to


to $23.6 billion
orders slightly
orders for the
and equipment
spared with $6.2
defense products
$2.2 billion in


i .---- -
-_/'*


DurabIe~


Nondurable Goods


Semilog. scale


February; and consumer durable goods industries
also recorded an increase to $2.2 billion in February.
(SEE CHART 1)





SHIPMENTS
Manufacturers' shipments at $53.5 billion rose
$700 million with almost all of the increase occurring
in the durable goods sector. While most durable
industry groups increased, the more substantial gains
occurred in the transportation equipment and non-
electrical machinery industries. February ship-
meats of nondurable goods were virtually unchanged
from the January total of $23.5 billion. (SEE
CHART 2)


Chart 2- Manufacturers' Shipments (Seasonally Adjusted)
Billions of Dollars*
85
80
75
S70
65
60
S55
Total / 50
45a


1965 1966 1967 1968 1969







Chart 3-Manufacturers'


Unfilled Orders (Seasonally Adjusted)
Billions of Dollars*


UNFILLED ORDERS

Unfilled orders for durable goods at $85.0 billion
continued their increases for the seventh consecutive
month as new orders exceeded shipments by $500


million in February.


A significant decline in back-


log for fabricated metal products was more than
offset by the substantial increase in aerospace


orders.


There were moderate increases in most of


the other major durable industry groups. For all
durables the larger increase in shipments than in
backlog resulted in a slight decrease of the unfilled
orders shipments ratio to 3. 17 in February from
3.22 in January. (SEE CHART 3)


I tutu III


Lila. liii,,


Durable Goods


till. II tit


*Semilog. scale
, ,II,!II, 1 I ,II L


.-~t


INVENTORIES


Total


inventories


the end of February


held by all manufacturers at


rose


to $89.3 billion compared


with $88.9 billion at the end of January.
ments also increased, the inventories


Since ship-
- shipments


ratio at 1.67 months was virtually unchanged from
1.68 for January. The inventories of durable goods
manufacturers increased $200millionto $58.1 billion
and the nondurable sector increased by a similar


amount to $31.2 billion.
industries combined, a


For all manufacturing
$200 million decrease in


materials and supplies was more than offset by a
$300 million increase in work-in-process anda $300
million increase in finished goods and stocks. (SEE
CHART 4)


Inquiries concerning
addressed to the U.S.


these figures should be
Department of Commerce,


Bureau of the Census, Industry Division, Washington,
D.C. 20233.


Chart 4- Total Inventory


(Seasonally Adjusted)


Billions of Dollars*


-C----


Total


Durable Goods


-- ..~ a -


- a -


-- -


Nondurable Goods


*Semilog. scale

I ti aI l A.I -a 'it !illiili


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Table 1.--VAIJE OF MANUFACTURERSt SHIPMENTS, INVENTORIES, AND ORDERS,
(Millions of dollars)


BY INDUSTRY GROUP


Without seasonal o na a-te Without seasonal
Seasonally adjusted adjustent Seasonally adjustedadjustment
Industry group
Feb. Jan. Dec. Feb. Jan. Feb. Feb. Jan. Dec. Feb. Jan. Feb.
1969p 1969 1968 1969 1969r 1968 1969 1969r 1968 1969 1969r 1968


All manufacturing
Total...........


Durable


5nlustries:


Total, excluding transportation....
goods industries, total............


Stone, clay, and gl
Primary metals, tot
Blast furnaces, s
All other primary


ass products..........
al..-..................
teel mills..........
metals...............


Fabricated metal products, total.,......


tchinery,


barrels


except


Engines and turbin
Farm machinery and
Construction, mini
handling equipment


ttalworki


ng machi


General industrial
Electrical machinery,


Electrical


transmiss


, and drums.........


total......


electrical,


es.............w....w 9
equipment............
ng, and material
t......................
nery.......,,........-,


total.........,,....
ion and distribution


equipment and industrial apparatus.....


Household


appliances,


including


radio


and TIV.................................
Communication equipaent.................
Transportation equipanmt, total...........


Motor vehicles and


Aircraft,


missiles,


Istraments and r
All other durable


Nondurable


Food and kindred products,
Meat products...........


Tobacco


products ..........


Textile mill


parta...............
and parts,..........
ed products..........
ds industries.......


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


products....


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


Chemicals and allied


Industrial
Petroleum and
Rubber and pl


clinical


total......


products,
s, except


to-ta].. S C C C
.......


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


astics


All other nondurable


All manufacturing


products,
goods in


dustries..


industries:


Total.......................ca.....
Total, excluding transportation...,.


Durable


industries


otal. C *5*~ eCeCeee ace

products


electrical, total.......


Primary metals, t
Blast furnaces,
Fabricated metal


tcbinex~,


Engines an
Constructi
handling
etalworki


General


except


d tuirbines.. ....-.*.<.........
on, mining, and material
equipment....................
ng machinery..................


industrial machinery.............


Electrical machinery,


Electrical


transmiss


total...............nd distribution
ion and distribution


equipment and industrial apparatus.....


Househobi


appliances,


including


radio


and TVY..............................
Comfunication equipamnt................
Transportation equipment, total ..........
Aircraft, missiles, and parts.,........


All other durable


industries wwifeifCww


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


Industries with munfilled orders...
Industries without unfilled orders


*w*~ *C
Ce... if..,


Shiprents


53,488
46,051
29,955
1,455


54,051


5,824

23,567
6,523
17,044


454
3,620

685

755
1,037
7,284
4,117
2,595
1,089
3,227

23.476


54,120
46,405
30,327
1,299
4,746
2,159
2,587
2,989
261
5,538
418
502

700
354
495
3,757

725:

763
1,067
7,715
4,384
2,746


7,192
4,236
2,430
967
2,881

22,121
7,327
1,653
376
1,626
2,070
865


Total inventories


6,289
648
11,528
857
929

1,964
1,016
977
8,551

1.787


57,789


New orders Unfilled orders


53,119
45,632
29,684
4,675
2.124


54,996
47,097
31,121
5,153
2,391
2,898
5,710
431

741
363
547
3,797

746

827
979
7,899
2,969
5,664

23,875
6,625
17,250


50,638
43,187
28.531


2.834


87,469
53,596
84,431


13,170

3,275

579


87,152
53,482
84,071
6,327
3,100
10,114
14,790
4,069


5.960


8&.007


26,954
5,941

2,976
2,976
F- I I -. I


-r
-I1!
liji

HlE!
ill


metal


cans,


elat
goc

dust


goods


in


ries


p


goods


goods


I


I


J


R


.....











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

(Millions of dollars)
Without seasonal Without seasonal
Seasonally adjusted adjustment1 Seasonally adjusted adjustment
Seadsonaleytadjustedent
Industry group
Feb. Jan. Dec. Feb. Jan. Feb. Feb Jan. Dee. Feb. Jan. Feb.
1969 1969r 1968 1969p 1969r 1968 1969p 1969r 1968 1969p 1969r 1968

Shipments Total inventories

All manufacturing industries, total.. 53,488 52,801 51,494 54,120 49,452 48,976 89,335 88,905 88,579 89,934 89,179 84,012
Durable goods industries, total............ 29,955 29,325 27,742 30,327 27,331 27,070 58,105 57,879 57,422 58,384 57,789 54,285
Nondurable goods industries, total...,..... 23,533 23,476 23,752 23,793 22,121 21,906 31,230 31,026 31,157 31,550 31,390 29,727
Industry groups arranged by market
categories:
Home goods and apparel................... 4,746 4,849 4,569 4,942 4,300 4,695 9,491 9,360 9,469 9,460 9,250 8,673
Consumer staples......................... 9,941 9,945 10,228 9,911 9,460 9,061 11,774 11,696 11,786 11,912 12,013 11,534
Equipment and defense products, except
automotive.............................. 8,894 8,764 8,182 9,060 7,957 7,837 22,652 22,475 22,191 22,737 22,400 21,085
Automotive equipment..................... 4,731 4,642 4,275 4,896 4,724 4,448 5,284 5,281 5,199 5,434 5,386 4,969
Construction materials, supplies, and
intermediate products................... 4,638 4,444 4,218 4,295 3,774 3,645 7,470 7,538 7,410 7,544 7,511 6,617
Other materials and supplies and
intermediate products................... 20,538 20,157 20,022 21,016 19,237 19,290 32,664 32,555 32,524 32,847 32,619 31,134
Supplementary series:2
Consumer durable goods industries....... 2,175 2,153 2,033 2,192 1,965 2,043 4,708 4,579 4,645 4,691 4,514 4,359
Machinery and equipment industries....... 6,313 6,102 5,959 6,425 5,539 5,667 14,436 14,308 14,038 14,516 14,278 13,668
Defense products industries (old series). 4,036 3,971 3,830 4,146 3,696 3,843 11,634 11,571 11,513 11,599 11,491 10,456
Defense products (new series)*........... 1,871 1,875 2,080 1,921 1,744 2,120 7,303 7,227 7,126 7,290 7,180 6,685

New orders Unfilled orders

All manufacturing industries, total.. 54,051 53,119 53,101 54,996 50,638 49,538 88,035 87,469 87,152 88,007 87,126 83,867
Durable goods industries, total............ 30,484 29,684 29,380 31,121 28,531 27,593 84,962 84,431 84,071 84,948 84,150 80,796
Nondurable goods industries, total........ 23,567 23,435 23,721 23,875 22,107 21,945 3,073 3,038 3,081 3,059 2,976 3,071
Industry groups arranged by market
categories:
Home goods and apparel................... 4,802 4,816 4,595 4,988 4,325 4,745 2,243 2,186 2,220 2,213 2,156 2,042
Consumer staples......................... 9,945 9,945 10,220 9,920 9,462 9,066
Equipment and defense products, except
automotive.............................. 9,462 9,043 8,649 9,298 8,341 7,506 '4234 47,649 47,300 47,747 47,496 43,442
Automotive equipment..................... 4,746 4,710 4,639 4,909 4,822 4,391 '
Construction materials, supplies, and
intermediate products................. 4,519 4,333 4,508 4,350 3,987 3,685 10,051 10,169 10,279 10,066 10,011 9,062
Other materials and supplies and
intermediate products.................. 20,577 20,272 20,490 21,531 19,701 20,145 27,507 27,465 27,353 27,981 27,463 29,321
Supplementary series:2
Consumer durable goods industries........ 2,248 2,128 2,084 2,259 2,001 2,101 1,835 1,795 1,790 1,808 1,739 1,641
Machinery and equipment industries....... 6,344 6,204 6,237 6,543 5,786 5,603 22,274 22,242 22,141 22,215 22,098 20,946
Defense products industries (old series). 4,520 4,025 4,198 4,285 3,802 3,652 33,647 33,163 33,108 33,273 33,136 31,455
Defense products (new series)*........... 2,205 1,844 2,314 2,094 1,748 1,438 22,162 21,786 21,818 21,932 21,760 21,584


*During


figures


1968 manufacturers i


on shipments,


orders,


in these new defense series.
has been seasonally adjusted


for trading-day
regrouping of


and calendar
the separate


n ordnance
and total


communications,


inventories


aircraft and


aircraft


parts,


of work performed for Department of


Since there is no historic data available


using


month variation; u
industry categories


as of end


and shipbuilding


Defense.


parate season


rRevised,
of month.


industries


of ft


The results
al factors


2The supplementary


reporters,


durable


goods


Machinery and equipment


industries

industries


- Household furniture; kitchen articles


household appliances;


- Machinery,


except


ophthalmic


electrical


goods


and pottery;
, watches, an


cutlery, handtools, and hardware;


clocks;


and miscellaneous


personal goods.


(excluding farm machinery and equipment and machine shops),


electrical machinery (excluding household appliances, communication equipment and


(old series)


electronic


components),


- Based on reports


parts,


aircraft


of nondefense
industry.)


(new series)


- Based


on separate


industries:
differs frc
defense wor


comparable to
the specified


reports


ordnance,
m the old


shipbuilding and


for companies
and ordnance


work in


on defense


repair


classified
industries.


these industries


ring, and railroad and street car equipment.
in the communication equipment, complete aircraft,


(Thus, this


series


and omits defense


work filed by large


defense


includes significant amounts


work performed in the shipbuilding


contractors in the following


communications, complete aircraft, aircraft parts, and shipbuilding.


series in


qk in ordnance,


that it includes


communications,


defense


activity


complete aircraft,


those published annually in the MA-175, Shipments
industries.


in shipbuilding and excludes non-


and aircraft


parts.


of Defense-Oriented


The data


Industries


Consumer


the factors of these industries.


filled orders
as follows:


to develop se
Preliminary.


and inventories


Defense


products


industries


for these


began to provide aggregate
lese reports are included


Defense


iShipments and new orders adjusted


products


the data


series


Thus, it


nd











Table 3.--MANUFACTURERS' SHIPMEWrS, INVENTORIES, AND ORDERS MIONTH-TO-MONTH AND LONG TERM PERCENT


(Based on


seasonally


adjusted


Month-to-maonth Average, 1963-1968 Average monthly rates of change

,. ,__ii_-3 months 6 months 12 months
Item and industry group Jam. Dec. 1968- Nov.- Average Average 3 months 6 months 12 months
Feb. *an Averge Aerag
1969 Jan 1969 19 Rise Decline Nov. 1968- Aug. 1968- Feb. 1968-
Feb. 1969 Feb. 1969 Feb. 1969

Shipments:
All manufacturing industries......,..... +1.3 +2.5 -2.0 +1.4 -1.1 +0.6 +1.2 +0.9
Durable goods industries, total......... +2.1 +5.7 -3.6 +2.1 -2.0 +1.4 +1.9 +1.0
Nmdurable goods industries, total....... +0.2 -1.2 0.0 +1.0 -0.5 +0.3 +0.4 +0.7
Total inventories:
All manufacturing industries........... 4+0.5 +0.4 +0.7 +0.7 -0.2 +0.5 +0.5 +0.6
New orders:
All manufacturing industries........... +1.8 0.0 0.0 +1.8 -1.6 +0.6 +1.3 40.9
Durable goods industries, total.......... +2.7 +1.0 40.2 +3.2 -2.4 +1.3 +1.9 +1.1
Nondurable goods industries, total....... +0.6 -1.2 -0.2 +1.1 -0.6 -0.3 +0.5 +0.7
Unfilled orders:
Durable goods industries, total.......... +0.6 +0.4 +2.0 +1.2 -0.7 +1.0 +1.0 +0.4










Table 4.--RATIO OF MANUFACTURERS' INVEfNTORIES TO SHIPMENTS AND UNFILLED ORDERS TO SHIPMENTS, BY INDUSTRY GROUP

(Based on seasonally adjusted data)

vntoe p t Unfilled orders shipments ratio1
Inventories shipments ratio
(months' backlog)
Industry group
Feb. Jan. Dec. Feb. Feb. Jan. Dec. Feb.
1969p 1969r 1968 1968 1969p 1969r 1968 1968

All manufacturing industries, total................., 1.67 1.68 1.72 1.72 2.66 2.68 2.78 2.79
Durable goods industries, total............................ 1.94 1.97 2.07 2.02 3.17 3.22 3.38 3.36
Stone, clay, and glass products.......................... 1.61 1.62 1.64 1,50 (NA) (NA) (NA) (NA)
Primary metals................... *..................... 1.63 1.67 1.82 1.89 1.43 1.44 1.52 1.91
Fabricated metals.......... ............................ 2.03 2.12 2.25 1.99 3.56 3.73 4.06 3.46
Machinery, except electrical............................. 2.18 2.21 2.26 2.33 2.79 2.86 2,95 3.10
Electrical machinery ..................................... 2.31 2.36 2.44 2.31 3.56 3.64 3.76 3.66
Transportation equipment ................................ 1.91 1.93 2.04 1.94 7.21 7.17 7.52 7.09
Instruments and related products......................... 2.08 2.06 2.22 2.29 (NA) (NA) (NA) (NA)
Nondurable goods industries, total......................... 1.33 1.32 1.31 1.36 0.48 0.47 0.48 0.52
Food and kindred products............................... 0.94 0.95 0.93 1.01 (X) (X) (X) (X)
Tobacco products....................................... 5.34 5.36 5.38 5.63 (X) (X) (X) (X)
Textile mill products................................... 2.04 1.96 1.96 1.88 (NA) (NA) (NA) (NA)
Paper and allied products................................ 1.09 1.11 1.13 1.18 (NA) (NA) (NA) (NA)
Chemicals and allied products............................ 1.52 1.52 1.46 1.52 (X) (X) (X) (X)
Petroleum and coal products.'............................. 1.07 1.09 1.10 1.08 (X) (X) (X) (X)
Rubber and plastics products, n.e.c...................... 1.36 1.39 1.40 1.47 0X) (X) (X) (X)


(NA) Not available. Preliminary.
Excludes the following industries with


assembly


operations;


and plastics products,


Revised.
no unfilled


products;


(X) Not applicable.


orders:


tobacco;


Wooden


containers;


apparel and related


glass containers;


metal cans,


barrels


products; chemicals; petroleum


and drums;


motor


and coal products;


vehicle
rubber


foods and related
n.e.e.










Table 5.-VALUE OF MANUFACTURERS' INVENTORIES, BY STAGE OF FABRICATION, BY INDUSTRY GROUP


(Millions


of dollars)


Without seasonal Without seasonal
Seasonally adjusted adjustmentSeasonally adjusted adjutent
Industry group
Feb. Jan. Dec. Feb. Jan. Feb. Feb. Jan. Dec. Feb. Jan. Feb.
1969P 1969r 1968 1969P 1969r 1968 1969P 1969r 1968 1969P 1969" 1968

Total Materials and supplies

All manufacturing industries, total.. 89,335 88,905 88,579 89,934 89,179 84,012 28,004 28,203 28,235 28,118 28,395 27,038
Durable goods industries, total............ 58,105 57,879 57,422 58,384 57,789 54,285 16,525 16,706 16,637 16,444 16,674 15,573
Stone, clay, and glass products.......... 2,341 2,289 2,219 2,388 2,293 1,988 743 731 694 740 728 637
Primary metals........................... 7,492 7,528 7,552 7,542 7,633 7,728 2,751 2,800 2,787 2,691 2,834 2,711
Machinery (electrical and nonelectrical). 20,294 20,079 19,870 20,371 19,983 19,118 4,924 4,862 4,821 4,875 4,817 4,649
Transportation equipment................. 14,231 14,076 13,939 14,333 14,127 13,070 3,307 3,348 3,402 3,370 3,382 3,163
All other durable goods industries....... 13,747 13,907 13,842 13,750 13,753 12,381 4,800 4,965 4,933 4,768 4,913 4,413
Nondurable goods industries, total......... 31,230 31,026 31,157 31,550 31,390 29,727 11,479 11,497 11,598 11,674 11,721 11,465
Chemicals and allied products............ 6,081 5,977 5,937 6,213 6,060 5,708 2,083 2,102 2,084 2,093 2,112 2,003
Petroleum and coal products.............. 2,076 2,068 2,118 2,048 2,047 1,930 478 455 450 463 440 379
Rubber and plastics products, n.e.c..... 1,828 1,811 1,801 1,854 1,818 1,633 575 570 572 566 565 521
All other nondurable goods industries.... 21,245 21,170 21,301 21,435 21,465 20,456 8,343 8,370 8,492 8,552 8,604 8,562

Work in process Finished goods

All manufacturing industries, total.. 31,954 31,622 31,212 32,069 31,494 29,560 29,377 29,080 29,132 29,747 29,290 27,414
Durable goods industries, total............ 26,944 26,631 26,357 27,068 26,550 25,069 14,636 14,542 14,428 14,872 14,565 13,643
Stone, clay, and glass products.......... 375 372 373 387 365 316 1,223 1,186 1,152 1,261 1,200 1,035
Primary metals........................... 2,494 2,506 2,547 2,547 2,543 2,679 2,247 2,222 2,218 2,304 2,256 2,338
Machinery (electrical and nonelectrical). 9,755 9,611 9,472 9,824 9,602 9,195 5,615 5,606 5,577 5,672 5,564 5,274
Transportation equipment................. 9,475 9,289 9,162 9,482 9,272 8,659 1,449 1,439 1,375 1,481 1,473 1,248
All other durable goods industries....... 4,845 4,853 4,803 4,828 4,768 4,220 4,102 4,089 4,106 4,154 4,072 3,748
Nondurable goods industries, total......... 5,010 4,991 4,855 5,001 4,944 4,491 14,741 14,538 14,704 14,875 14,725 13,771
Chemicals and allied products............ 948 909 909 958 910 849 3,050 2,966 2,944 3,162 3,038 2,856
Petroleum and coal products.............. 483 453 457 473 441 437 1,115 1,160 1,211 1,112 1,166 1,114
Rubber and plastics products, n.e.c...... 318 334 334 318 333 277 935 907 895 970 920 835
All other nondurable goods industries.... 3,261 3,295 3,155 3,252 3,260 2,928 9,641 9,505 9,654 9,631 9,601 8,966


PPreliminary,
Revised.


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