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A UNITED STATES
DEPARTMENT OF
COMMERCE
PUBLICATION


CURRENT/
CURRENT


Manufacturers'


REPORTS


Shipments,


Inventories,


and


Orders


August


1970


U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE / Bureau of the Census


FOR RELEASE:


October 1, 1970


SERIES:


M3-1(70)-8


Chart 1


orders


for manufactured


products


August decreased 1.7 percent or $1.0 billion to
$56.1 billion from $57.1 billion in July, after
seasonal adjustment. Shipments declined 0.2
percent or $100 million to $56.9 billion. The
backlog of unfilled orders declined $800 million
to $83.4 billion from $84.2 billion at the end of
July. Manufacturers' inventories increased $100
million to $98.3 billion at the end of August.

For the three months ending with August, the
average change in new orders represents an
increase of 0.6 percent compared with an increase
of 0.3 percent for the three months ending with
May and a decrease of 0.7 percent for the three
months ending with February.


- Manufacturers' New Orders (Seasonally Adjusted)
Billions of Dollars*


NEW ORDERS


New orders for durable go
decreased 2.7 percent or $800
New orders in the transportation
$500 million to $7.6 billion w
industries declined $400 mill
New orders for fabricated met
million to $3.5 billion.


ods at $30.6 billion
million from July.
on industry declined
while the machinery
ion to $9.1 billion.
als increased $300


Among the supplementary series, new orders
for defense products declined $1.2 billion to $1.9
billion, following a substantial increase in July.
Orders for producers' capital goods decreased
$300 million to $6.1 billion while household


durables
billion.


remained


The data for
s report are


virtually unchanged at $2.0


August and prior months in
based on a revision of the


monthly series largely due to bringing the
seasonal adjustment factors up to date. The
same factors were used for the August advance
report for durable goods. The revised figures
for 1961 through June 1970, the new seasonal
factors, and other technical data will be pub-
1 1.~chra rl flrhor^^v 0 4; ^ ^^<- ^ *;-


Chart 2 Manufacturers' Shipments (Seasonally Adjusted)
Billions of Dollars*


- --


I


Total


Goods


-"S.
t
--~'*1


-


Nondurable Goods


Durable


Durable Goods


tNtN
-- -.-- -


Nondurable Goods


_, -- ,-


*Semilog scale
i i I, isI I, ,I jh


INDUSTRIAL









SHIPMENTS


Chart 3


- Manufacture


rs' Unfilled Orders (Seasonally Adjusted)


Shipments of durable goods remained virtually


unchanged


at $31.3


billion


while


shipments of


nondurables declined $100 million to $25.6 billion.


increase


transportation


of $200


million


equipment


in shipments


was offset


by slight


declines in most other durable goods industries.


Among


nondurable


goods


industries,


pattern was mixed.

UNFILLED ORDERS


Unfilled


orders


of durable


goods


at $80.5


billion were $800 million below the backlog at the
end of July. The transportation equipment
industry declined $400 million to $28.1 billion.


The nonelectrical machinery industry declined
$300 million to $15.9 billion and the electrical
machinery industry $200 million to $13.3 billion.
n I the fabricated metals industry on the other


-------------------.--J, --
hand, the backlog increased $200 million to $10.9
billion.


I~jJ I I


iii''


Billions


C


Durable Goods


111111


scale


III liii


of Dollars*


INVENTORIES


Chart 4


- Total


Inventory


Seasonally Adjusted)


Inventories in the durable goods industries
increased $100 million to $65.2 billion at the end
of August while those in the nondurable goods
industries remained unchanged at $33.2 billion.
At the all manufacturing level, finished goods
inventories increased $150 million while materials
and supplies and work in process each declined
slightly.

The figures on the durable goods industries in
this report supersede those issued earlier in the


advance report on durable goods.


The advance


report is based on a tabulation of early reports
and is limited to statri.icn nn chinmrnro non,


orders, and unfilled
industry categories.


orders


for a few broad


The present report is based


on more complete reporting, but the estimates are


also considered preliminary.


appear


as historical


published for next month.
durable goods for Septe


release


on October


Final figures will


in the


report to be


The advance report on


mber


is scheduled for


21 and the full


scheduled for release on October 30, 1970.


For an explanation of terms
see appendix following table 5.


report is


used in this report


Inquiries concerning these figures should be
addressed to the U.S. Department of Commerce
Bureau of the Census, Industry Division Wash-


ington, D.C.


,- -


20233.


--- -


- -. -


I Total





Durable


SGoods


Nondurable Goods


Billions of Dollars*


----


*Sem
1 I 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 i


scale


LLLIA.tLLtLi.tAflLUIILLtAILLLLL


I1 Illl lJ


1966 1967


1968 1969 1970












OF MANUFACTURERS'


(Millions


of dollars)


Industry


All manufacturing


group


industries:


Total. ..............................


Total,


Durable g
Stone,
Primary


excluding


transportation.....
total.............


oods industries,


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


metals,


Blast furnaces
All other prim


Fabricated
Metal can
Machinery,


total................... ..
, steel mills.............
ary metals......... .....


metal products,
Is, barrels, and


except


electric


Engines


Farm machinery and


mining,


equipmentf...........


and material


handling equipment.....................
Metalworking machinery..................


General


industrial


Electrical machinery,


Electrical
equipment
Household


transmis
and indu
appliance


machinery............
total........... ..
sion and distribution
strial apparatus.....


s,


including


radio


and TV,.............................. .
Communication equipment.................
Transportation equipment, total...........
Motor vehicles and parts................


Aircraft,
Instruments


missiles,
and relate


All other durable


Nondurable


good


and parts...........
d products..........
s industries........
ies, total,..........
tcts, total..........


goods industry


Food and kindred


produ


Meat products...........................


Tobacco
Textile
Paper a:
Pulp,


products....................... .,,
mill products,.....................


nd allie
paper,


Chemicals an
Industrial
Petroleum an
Rubber and p


products,


d allied products,
chemicals, except


total......
pigments...


d coal products...............


lastics


All other nondurable


All manufacturing


Total,


Durable


excluding


products,


n.e.c......


goods industries.....



industries:


transportation.....
total.............


goods industries,


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


Fabricated
Machinery,


Engines


Construct
handling


metal products.................


except


electrical,


total.......


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


,on,


mining,


and material


equipment.............. ...... .


Metalworking machinery...,,..............


General


Electrical
Electric


industrial

machinery,


al


equipment


machinery ............

total ..... .*. *.......


transmission an
and industrial


cd distribution
apparatus.....


Household appliances, including


Communication
Transportation


Aircraft,


mis


All other durable


Nondurable g


radio


equipment.................


equipment,
siles, and


total...........
parts...........


goods industries........


oods industries


__________________________________________________________________________________ I


Seasonally


adjusted


Without seasonal
adjustment'


Shipments


56,122
48,533
30,556

4,836
2,291

3,505
5,246
426

753
239
546

3,834

741

775
1,086
7,589
2,662
5,546

25,566


56,438
48,876
30,638
1,519
4,834
2,201
2,633

3,265
299
5,418
415
483

713
363
552
3,962

775

861
1,105
7,562
4,124
2,727
1,175
2,903
25,800
8,837
1,694
417
1,751
2,316
989
4,168
1,394
2,127
1,536
4,648


53,506
47,204
28,850
1,531
4,584
2,148
2,436

3,135
343
5,095
494
392

624
304
500
3,844

690

933
1,040
6,302
2,955
2,697
1,166
3,193
24,656
8,159
1,814


Seasonally


adjusted


Without


seasonal


adjustment


Total inventories


98,339
83,084
65,169
2,638
8,689
4,694
3,995

6,790
727
13,801
955
1,019

2,436
1,127
1,149

9,670

2,046

2,137
2,854

15,255
4,000
9,153
2,671
5,655
33,170
7,272
775
2,171
3,375
2,752
1,093
6,895
2,288
2,426
1,914
6,365


98,260
82,921
65,079
2,587
8,641
4,658
3,983

6,697
687


97,706
82,516
64,395
2,558
8,598
4,608
3,990

6,633
688
13,703
949
1,017

2,397
1,140
1,159
9,521

2,002

2,017
2,855
15,190
3,977
9,245
2,674
5,518
33,311
7,563
861
2,142
3,380

2,738
1,074
6,895
2,275
2,446
1,915
6,232


97,921
82,918
64,838
2,606
8,545
4,560
3,985

6,830
740
13,800
953
1,002

2,407
1,150
1,174
9,736

2,041

2,126
2,891
15,003
3,701
9,257
2,714
5,604
33,083
7,258
789
2,003
3,416
2,801
1,099
6,910
2,270
2,393
1,899
6,403


93,262
78,110
61,541
2,419
7,873
4,209
3,664

6,394
702
12,485
934
919

2,105
1,060
1,031
9,088

1,874

2,074
2,676
15,152
4,245
9,073
2,433
5,697
31,721
7,244
718
2,107
3,551
2,489
945
6,386
2,182
2,090
1,856
5,998


New orders Unfilled orders


57,111


54,023
48,223
28,187
4,406
2,015
3,539
4,932
383

696
242
554

3,708

693

795
1,061
5,800
2,416
5,802

25,836


52,422
45,623
28,171
4,218
1,998
2,937
4,923
445

662
247
500

3,861

634

708
1,390
6,799
2,972

5,433

24,251


84,229
55,651
81,301
7,162
3,656
10,699
16,176
4,784

2,282
1,334
1,574

13,468

3,354

523
5,742
28,578
21,850
5,218

2,928


S84,182
S55,567
i 81,205
3 6,862
) 3,414
3 10,675
S16,182
S4,782


I I -


89,493
56,653
86,435
7,465
3,768
10,345
16,579
4,379

2,087
1,922
1,654

13,282

3,386

667
5,268
32,840
25,535
5,924

3,058


ed


f











Table 2.--VALUE


OF MANUFACTURERS'


SHIPMENTS,


INVENTORIES
(Millions


AND ORDERS
o0 dollars)


FOR MARKET


CATEGORIES


AND SUPPLEMENTARY


SERIES


Seasonally adJuste Without seasonal Without seasonal
Seasonally adjusted a Seasonally adjusted adjustment
adjustment "adjustment
Industry group
Aug. July June Aug. July Aug. Aug. July June Aug. July Aug.
1970 1970r 1970r 1970p 1970r 1969r 1970 1970 1970r 1970p 1970r 1969

Shipments Total inventories


All manufacturing industries, total.. 56,903 57,025 56,438 55,055 52,134 53,506 98,339 98,260 97,706 97,998 97,921 93,262

Durable goods industries, total............ 31,320 31,315 30,638 29,153 27,880 28,850 65,169 65,079 64,395 65,021 64,838 61,541
Nondurable goods industries, total......... 25,583 25,710 25,800 25,902 24,254 24,656 33,170 33,181 33,311 32,977 33,083 31,721

Industry groups arranged by market
categories:
Home goods and apparel.................. 4,722 4,816 4,889 5,166 4,428 5,229 10,086 9,892 9,813 10,079 10,130 9,850
Consumer staples......................... 10,987 10,918 11,222 11,061 10,468 10,508 12,338 12,465 12,587 12,191 12,203 11,954
Equipment and defense products, except
automotive.............................. 9,416 9,345 9,079 8,931 8,579 8,687 26,388 26,613 26,241 26,238 26,546 24,453
Automotive equipment..................... 5,130 4,966 4,789 3,509 3,643 3,542 5,144 5,181 5,094 5,204 4,799 5,329
Construction materials, supplies, and
intermediate products................... 4,620 4,643 4,554 4,864 4,564 4,689 8,193 8,086 8,026 8,133 8,163 7,744
Other materials and supplies and
intermediate products................... 22,028 22,337 21,905 21,524 20,452 20,851 36,190 36,023 35,945 36,153 36,080 33,932

Supplementary series:2
Household durable 2oods industries...... 2,034 2,099 2,197 2,158 1,863 2,377 5,166 5,108 5,018 5,158 5,174 5,054
Producers' capital goods industries...... 6,650 6,727 6,446 6,244 6,124 6,045 17,273 17,285 17,026 17,169 17,263 15,575
Defense products industries (old series). 4,274 4,192 4,097 4,092 3,855 3,993 12,747 12,906 12,816 12,714 12,900 12,595
Defense products (new series)w........... 2,096 2,048 2,130 2,006 1,878 2,064 7,056 7,143 7,104 7,020 7,148 7,669

New orders Unfilled orders

All manufacturing industries, total,. 56,122 57,111 55,778 54,023 52,422 53,107 83,445 84,229 84,146 83,151 84,182 89,493

Durable goods industries, total............ 30,556 31,399 30,028 28,187 28,171 28,526 80,533 81,301 81,221 80,239 81,205 86,435
Nondurable goods industries, total......... 25,566 25,712 25,750 25,836 24,251 24,581 2,912 2,928 2,925 2,912 2,977 3,058

Industry groups arranged by market
categories:
Home goods and apparel................... 4,727 4,753 4,843 5,145 4,452 5,125 1,846 1,827 1,899 1,923 1,932 2,228
Consumer staples......................... 11,002 10,915 11,215 11,072 10,465 10,502
Equipment and defense products, except
automotive.............................. 8,769 9,804 8,438 8,353 9,251 8,548 4863 45,607 45,133 44,991 45,614 48,248
Automotive equipment..................... 5,036 4,980 4,748 3,464 3,685 3,586
Construction materials, supplies, and
intermediate products................... 4.841 4,498 4,657 5,027 4,349 4,640 10,726 10,504 10,648 10,744 10,581 10,495
Other materials and supplies and
intermediate products................... 21,747 22,161 21,877 20,962 20,220 20,706 26,010 26,291 26,466 25,493 26,055 28,522

Supplementary series:
Household durable goods industries....... 2,048 2,041 2,163 2,166 1,900 2,293 1,507 1,495 1,557 1,597 1,589 1,866
Producers' capital goods industries ...... 6,130 6,411 6,281 5,814 5,954 5,991 23,221 23,742 24,059 23,442 23,871 24,285
Defense products industries (old series). 3,997 4,773 3,511 3,725 4,599 3,745 27,773 28,049 27,468 27,611 27,978 31,339
Defense products (new series)w........... 1,914 3,067 1,850 1,771 3,045 1,466 19,754 19,936 18,917 19,670 19,906 21,337


1968 manufacturers in ordnance,


communications, aircraft and


aircraft


parts, and ship building industries began to provide aggregate


figures on


shipments,


orders,


and total inventories


of work performed for the


Department of


Defense.


The results


of these reports are


included in these new defense series.


Since there are no historical data available


reporters, the data have been seasonally adjusted using the factors


of these indu


e to develop separate seasonal factors for
stories. Preliminary. rRevised.


new orders adjusted for trading-day and calendar-month variations; unfilled orders and inventories


as of end of month.


these
1Shipments and
The supple-


mentary series are regroupings of the separate industry


categories as follows:


Household durable goods industries Household furniture;


appliances; ophthalmic


goods,


watches,


and clocks;


kitchen


articles and pottery;


cutlery, handtools, and


hardware


household


and miscellaneous personal goods.


Producers


capital


goods (formerly machinery and equipment) industries Machinery, except electrical


(excluding


farm machinery


equipment and machine shops), electrical machinery (excluding household


components), shipbuilding


appliances, communication equipment and electronic


and repairing, and railroad and street car equipment.


Defense products industries (old


series)


- Based


on reports


for companies classified in the communication equipment,


complete


aircraft,


aircraft parts, and ordnance industries.


(Thus, this series includes significant


amounts


of nondefense work in these


industries and

Defense products
industries: o


omits defense work performed in the


(new series)


- Based on


rdnance. communications,


separate
complete


ship building


reports o
aircraft,


n defense
aircraft


industry.)


work filed by large defense contractors in the following


parts, and


ship building.


in that it includes defense activity in ship building and excludes nondefense


aircraft, and aircraft parts. The data are comparable to those published annually
Industries, for the specified industries.


Thus, it differs


work in ordnance, communication


in the MA-175,


Shipments


from the old


series


complete
Defense-Oriented











AND ORDERS MONTH-TO-MONTH AND LONG TERM PERCENT CHANGES


(Based on


seasonally


adjusted


industry


group


Shipments:
All manufacturing industries........
Durable goods industries, total........


Nondurable goods industries,


total....,


Total inventories:
All manufacturing industries........
New orders:
All manufacturing industries........
Durable goods industries, total.......


Nondurable goods industries,


Unfilled orders
Durable goods


industries,


total..


total....


Month-to-month


-0.9


+1.0


+-0.6


+0.1


+1.4


+0.1


-0.7


Average monthly


rates of


3 months


-0.5


+0.1


+0.3


-1.0


-0.1


-0.9


change


12 months


+0.4


-0.6


Average,


Average
rise


+1.3


+0.7


+1.2


Average
decline


-1.2


Table 4.--RATIO


OF MANUFACTURERS'


INVENTORIES


TO SHIPMENTS


AND UNFILLED


ORDERS


TO SHIPMENTS,


BY INDUSTRY


(Based


on seasonally adjusted


n oe s e rai .Unfilled orders shipments ratio1
Inventories shipments ratio (
(months' backlog)
Industry group
Aug. J ug. Aug. July June Aug.
1op Augrpr
970 1970 1970 1969 1970 1970 1970r 1969


All manufacturing industries, total.................. 1.73 1.72 1.73 1.67 2.39 2.39 2.44 2.62
Durable goods industries, total............................ 2.08 2.08 2.10 1.95 2.87 2.90 2.95 3.15
Stone, clay, and glass products.......................... 1.78 1.71 1.68 1.73 (NA) (NA) (NA) (NA)
Primary metals.......................................... 1.76 1.77 1.78 1.65 1.43 1.46 1.48 1.67
Fabricated metals........................................ 2.06 2.02 2.03 2.05 3.64 3.55 3.64 3.69
Machinery, except electrical............................. 2.50 2.49 2.53 2.30 2.88 2.91 3.02 3.01
Electrical machinery..................................... 2.43 2.43 2.40 2.29 3.34 3.37 3.37 3.33
Transportation equipment................................. 1.90 1.95 2.01 1.76 5.30 5.56 5.65 6.46
Instruments and related products......................... 2.35 2.30 2.28 2.09 (NA) (NA) (NA) (NA)
Nondurable goods industries, total......................... 1.30 1.29 1.29 1.31 0.42 0.41 0.42 0.43
Food and kindred products................................. 0.85 0.87 0.86 0.90 (X) (X) (X) (X)
Tobacco products........,................................. 4.87 4.67 5.14 5.24 (X) (X) (X) (X)
Textile mill products.................................... 1.99 1.90 1.93 1.99 (NA) (NA) (NA) (NA)
Paper and allied products................................ 1.17 1.14 1.18 1.10 (NA) (NA) (NA) (NA)
Chemicals and allied products............................ 1.65 1.66 1.65 1.59 (X) (X) (X) (X)
Petroleum and coal products.............................. 1.11 1.11 1.15 1.00 (X) (X) (X) (X)
Rubber and plastics products, n.e.c...................... 1.24 1.21 1.25 1.39 (X) (X) (X) (X)


(NA) Not available. Preliminary.
1Excludes the following industries wi


rRevised. (X)
th no unfilled orders:


Not applicable.
Wooden containers;


glass containers;


metal cans,


barrels


drums;


motor


vehicle assembly operations; foods and related products; tobacco; apparel and related products; chemicals; petroleum and
rubber and plastics products, n.e.c.


coal products; and


Item and


GROUP











Table 5.--VALUE OF MANUFACTURERS'


(Millions


of dollars)


Without seasonal Without seasonal
Seasonally adjusted au e Seasonally adjusted
adjustment adjustment
Industry group
Aug. July June Aug. July Aug. Aug. Jul June Aug. July Aug.
1970 1970 1970r 1970p 1970r 1969 1970p 1970 1970r 1970p 1970r 1969

Total Materials and supplies


All manufacturing industries, total.. 98,339 98,260 97,706 97,998 97,921 93,262 29,303 29,319 29,348 29,421 29,213 28,801
Durable goods industries, total........... 65,169 65,079 64,395 65,021 64,838 61,541 17,454 17,470 17,438 17,724 17,448 17,223
Stone, clay, and glass products.......... 2,638 2,587 2,558 2,587 2,606 2,419 834 826 817 831 828 786
Primary metals........................... 8,689 8,641 8,598 8,631 8,545 7,873 3,030 3,035 3,046 3,110 3,029 2,862
Machinery (electrical and nonelectrical). 23,471 23,566 23,224 23,366 23,536 21,573 5,587 5,592 5,608 5,644 5,703 5,219
Transportation equipment................. 15,255 15,339 15,190 15,285 15,003 15,152 3,053 3,081 3,029 3,120 2,838 3,237
All other durable goods industries....... 15,116 14,946 14,825 15,152 15,148 14,524 4,950 4,936 4,938 5,019 5,050 5,119
Nondurable goods industries, total......... 33,170 33,181 33,311 32,977 33,083 31,721 11,849 11,849 11,910 11,697 11,765 11,578
Chemicals and allied products............ 6,895 6,921 6,895 6,853 6,910 6,386 2,254 2,292 2,292 2,254 2,305 2,214
Petroleum and coal products.............. 2,426 2,380 2,446 2,444 2,393 2,090 544 545 554 548 548 484
Rubber and plastics products, n.e.c...... 1,914 1,930 1,915 1,891 1,899 1,856 574 604 603 595 620 609
All other nondurable goods industries.... 21,935 21,950 22,055 21,789 21,881 21,389 8,477 8,408 8,461 8,300 8,292 8,271

Work in process Finished goods

All manufacturing industries, total.. 35,527 35,582 35,265 35,491 35,515 33,966 33,509 33,359 33,093 33,086 33,193 30,495
Durable goods industries, total............ 30,590 30,605 30,263 30,495 30,475 28,931 17,125 17,004 16,694 16,802 16,915 15,387
Stone, clay, and glass products.......... 401 386 376 387 389 386 1,403 1,375 1,365 1,369 1,389 1,247
Primary metals........................... 2,955 2,939 2,921 2,914 2,898 2,690 2,704 2,667 2,631 2,607 2,618 2,321
Machinery (electrical and nonelectrical). 11,015 11,127 10,984 10,986 11,024 10,386 6,869 6,847 6,632 6,736 6,809 5,968
Transportation equipment................. 10,665 10,717 10,641 10,651 10,674 10,426 1,537 1,541 1,520 1,514 1,491 1,489
All other durable goods industries....... 5,554 5,436 5,341 5,557 5,490 5,043 4,612 4,574 4,546 4,576 4,608 4,362
Nondurable goods industries, total......... 4,937 4,977 5,002 4,996 5,040 5,035 16,384 16,355 16,399 16,284 16,278 15,108
Chemicals and allied products............ 874 870 895 873 870 944 3,767 3,759 3,708 3,726 3,735 3,228
Petroleum and coal products.............. 521 517 536 525 530 453 1,361 1,318 1,356 1,371 1,315 1,153
Rubber and plastics products, n.e.c...... 317 322 314 324 317 328 1,023 1,004 998 972 962 919
All other nondurable goods industries.... 3,225 3,268 3,257 3,274 3,323 3,310 10,233 10,274 10,337 10,215 10,266 9,808


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