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New orders for manufactured goods in July declined $3.0
billion or 1.7 percent to $175.5 billion the Department of
Commerce, Bureau of Census reported today. This is the first
decline in orders since a 3.1 percent decrease in February, and
the second since last October when orders reached a low of
$152.4 billion.
Shipments of manufactured goods were down $0.8 billion or
0.5 percent to $173.1 billion. This is the first decline in ship-
ments since October, except for a slight 0.1 percent decrease in
February. The backlog of orders held by manufacturers at the
end of July was estimated at $317.9 billion, up $2.4 billion or
0.8 percent from June. This is the fifth consecutive monthly
increase in the orders backlog, as the value of incoming orders
has exceeded shipments by $12.6 billion or 1.5 percent since
February.
The book value of manufacturers' inventories was estimated
at $258.4 billion at the end of July, an increase of 0.4 percent
over June and offsetting a 0.3 percent decline the prior month.
Inventories had declined 13 consecutive months to a low of
$257.3 billion in March; since then the level has somewhat
stabilized. Inventories by stage of fabrication over the last four
months show an increase in raw materials and supplies of 0.7
percent, in work in process of 0.6 percent, and a slight decline
in finished goods of 0.1 percent. The inventory to shipments
ratio for July was 1.49, up from 1.48 in June.
The new orders decline in July was totally in the durable
goods sector. The capital goods industries were down $3.9
billion or 12.2 percent to $28.3 billion; new orders for defense
capital goods were down $1.2 billion or 15.1 percent, following
a 66 percent increase last month; while orders for nondefense
capital goods declined $2.7 billion or 11.3 percent to $21.6
billion, following a 9.3 percent increase last month.
When grouping the orders data into major industry cate-
gories, the transportation equipment industry showed the
largest decline, decreasing $3.1 billion or 13.1 percent to $20.4
billion, following a 28 percent increase in June. The volatile
aircraft and parts industry caused most of the change in both
months. Orders for nonelectrical machinery were down $0.7
billion or 4.4 percent to $14.8 billion.
The declines in orders for transportation equipment and
nonelectrical machinery were partially offset by increases in
orders for electrical machinery and primary metals. Orders for
electrical machinery were up $1.0 billion or 7.6 percent to
$14.5 billion, due to a large increase in the electronic com-
ponents category. New orders for primary metals increased
$0.2 billion or 2.2 percent in July to $10.3 billion with the


steel industry going up $0.3 billion or 7.1 percent to $4.2
billion. Steel orders reached a low last December of $2.7 billion.
Following that orders jumped 31 percent in January and 21
percent in February, but have been fluctuating around $4.2
billion since then. Orders for nonferrous metals showed a slight
decline in July of 0.5 percent to $5.1 billion. Nonferrous metals
orders reached a low of $3.7 billion last October and have been
generally increasing since then.
The decline in manufacturers' shipments in July was also
concentrated in the durable goods sector, where shipments were
down $1.0 billion or 1.1 percent to $85.6 billion. Although
most of the industries showed decreases, the only significant
decline was in the transportation equipment category. Ship-
ments for that industry declined $1.0 billion or 4.6 percent to
$19.7 billion, with the auto and aircraft components causing the
decline. Shipments of machinery were down a slight 0.5 percent
to $28.3 billion.
Shipments of primary metals increased $0.4 billion or 4.3
percent to $10.2 billion, the fifth consecutive monthly increase
in the series. The July shipments increase was almost entirely
attributable to the nonferrous metals category.
Shipments in the nondurable goods sector in July were 87.5
billion; an increase of $0.1 billion or 0.2 percent from June.
There were offsetting movements in the specific industries with
the petroleum and textile industries showing the largest in-
creases and tobacco and food products showing the largest
declines.
The backlog of manufacturers' orders continued to edge
upward in July. The end of the month estimate was $317.9
billion, 6.6 percent above the 1982 low of $298.1 billion in
November. Most of the specific industry categories showed
increases. When the industry categories are grouped into the
capital goods industries, the backlog of orders for defense
capital goods increased $0.9 billion or 0.9 percent to $107.6
billion, while the backlog of orders for nondefense capital goods
decreased$1.1 billion or 0.9 percent to $119.3 billion.
The increase in manufacturers' inventories in July was basi-
cally in the nondurable goods sector, where nearly all of the
industry categories showed small increases. The slight decline
in the durable goods sector resulted primarily from declines in
nonelectrical machinery and primary metals offsetting increases
in most of the other industries.
The advance report on durable goods for August is scheduled
for release on September 22, 1983, and the full report is sched-
uled for release on October 3, 1983.


Address inquiries concerning these figures to U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Industry Division, Washington, D.C. 20233, or call
Ruth Runyan or Kathleen Swindell-Menth, (301) 763-2502.
For sale by Customer Services (DUSD) Bureau of the Census, Washington, D.C. 20233, or any U.S. Department of Commerce district office. Postage
stamps not acceptable; currency submitted at sender's risk. Remittances from foreign countries must be by international money order or by a draft on a
U.S. bank. Price, $1.50 per copy, $18.00 per year.


CURRENT INDUSTRIAL REPORTS

Manufacturers' Shipments,

Inventories, and Orders


SjJULY 1983
M3-1(83)-7
FOR WIRE TRANSMISSION 2:30 P.M. E.D.T. Tuesday, August 30, 1983

are in seasonally adjusted current dollars)










Table 1. VALUE OF MANUFACTURERS' SHIPMENTS FOR INDUSTRY GROUPS, MARKET CATEGORIES AND SUPPLEMENTARY SERIES

(Millions of dollars)

Seasonally adjusted Not seasonally adjusted1

Industry Monthly Percent change Monthly Year to date

SIC July June May Apr. June- May- Apr.- July June May Apr.
Code 1983P 1983' 1983r 1983r JulyP June Mayr 1983P 1983r 1983r 1983r 1983p 1982

All manufacturing industries 173,111 173,920 167,965 163,065 -0.5 +3.5 +3.0 158,983 182,537 168,943 164,345 1,150,916 1,122,343

Manufacturing industries with
unfilled orders................... 88,980 88,931 85,450 83,741 +0.1 +4.1 +2.0 80,348 93,723 85,777 84,345 588,043 579,457

Durable goods industries........... 85,630 86,582 82,669 80,241 -1.1 +4.7 +3.0 76,663 92,512 83,953 82,053 568,682 548,560
With unfilled orders............. 70,290 70,447 67,347 65,955 -0.2 +4.6 +2.1 63,032 74,903 67,793 66,596 464,122 462,541
32 Stone, clay, and glass products. 4,037 4,150 4,039 3,885 -2.7 +2.7 +4.0 3,995 4,518 4,108 3,962 27,387 25,459
322 Glass containers.............. 409 411 422 405 -0.5 -2.6 +4.2 405 458 430 407 2,886 2,830
33 Primary metals.................. 10,160 9,744 9,481 8,958 +4.3 +2.8 +5.8 9,060 10,201 9,714 9,448 64,642 67,397
331 Blast furnaces, steel mills... 3,960 3,937 3,782 3,588 +0.6 +4.1 +5.4 3,520 4,122 3,774 3,792 25,753 31,051
333-9 Nonferrous and other primary
metals...................... 5,144 4,793 4,702 4,434 +7.3 +1.9 +6.0 4,645 4,971 4,876 4,656 32,377 29,854
34 Fabricated metal products........ 10,012 10,055 10,028 9,563 -0.4 +0.3 +4.9 9,219 10,757 10,198 9,773 67,864 68,000
341 Metal cans, barrels, and drums 926 942 932 909 -1.7 +1.1 +2.5 1,002 1,043 967 900 6,491 6,850
35 Machinery, except electrical.... 15,486 15,224 14,429 14,117 +1.7 +5.5 +2.2 13,914 16,519 14,315 14,038 99,809 109,183
351 Engines and turbines.......... 1,033 1,034 1,001 960 -0.1 +3.3 +4.3 883 1,122 999 974 6,929 8,127
352 Farm machinery and equipment.. 858 888 937 905 -3.4 -5.2 +3.5 725 975 1,013 1,009 6,425 7,370
353 Construction, mining, and
material handling equipment.. 2,572 2,529 2,370 2,110 +1.7 +6.7 +12.3 2,472 2,638 2,385 2,180 15,819 21,654
354 Metalworking machinery........ 641 579 643 638 +10.7 -10.0 +0.8 560 642 623 618 4,396 6,069
356 General industrial machinery.. 1,265 1,196 1,107 1,128 +5.8 +8.0 -1.9 1,150 1,298 1,128 1,125 8,210 9,293
357 Office and computing machines. 4,129 4,160 3,606 3,755 -0.7 +15.4 -4.0 3,522 4,501 3,329 3,372 24,944 22,098
36 Electrical machinery............ 12,792 13,193 12,738 12,619 -3.0 +3.6 +0.9 11,415 13,989 12,605 12,545 86,777 82,097
361,2 Electrical transmission and
distribution equipment and
Industrial apparatus.......... 1,700 1,777 1,682 1,781 -4.3 +5.6 -5.6 1,480 1,912 1,729 1,790 12,273 13,159
363 Household appliances.......... 1,307 1,227 1,258 1,201 +6.5 -2.5 +4.7 1,252 1,333 1,237 1,198 8,490 6,921
365 Radio and TV................... 726 734 732 759 -1.1 +0.3 -3.6 585 836 640 642 4,574 4,517
366 Communication equipment....... 4,015 4,292 3,943 3,994 -6.5 +8.9 -1.3 3,618 4,597 3,992 4,097 27,595 25,566
367 Electronic components.......... 2,835 2,970 2,922 2,688 -4.5 +1.6 +8.7 2,563 3,050 2,916 2,763 19,510 18,361
37 Transportation equipment......... 19,679 20,631 19,057 18,510 -4.6 +8.3 +3.0 16,649 22,284 20,030 19,623 134,351 115,822
371 Motor vehicles and parts...... 12,447 12,847 12,097 11,006 -3.1 +6.2 +9.9 10,000 14,088 12,875 11,985 82,857 67,715
372,6 Aircraft, missiles, and parts. 5,785 6,285 5,508 5,924 -8.0 +14.1 -7.0 5,267 6,654 5,638 5,950 40,674 36,161
3731 Shipbuilding and military
tank vehicles................ 795 824 770 854 -3.5 +7.0 -9.8 799 846 823 832 5,925 7,073
38 Instruments and related products 4,306 4,087 3,964 3,971 +5.4 +3.1 -0.2 3,864 4,378 3,906 3,892 27,817 28,094
381-4 Scientific and engineering
instruments................... 2,536 2,375 2,308 2,297 +6.8 +2.9 +0.5 2,234 2,534 2,264 2,297 16,405 16,236
386 Photographic goods............. 1,534 1,510 1,454 1,466 +1.6 +3.9 -0.8 1,419 1,632 1,440 1,393 10,013 10,540
24,25,
39 All other durable goods......... 9,158 9,498 8,933 8,618 -3.6 +6.3 +3.7 8,547 9,866 9,077 8,772 60,035 52,508

Nondurable goods industries....... 87,481 87,338 85,296 82,824 +0.2 +2.4 +3.0 82,320 90,025 84,990 82,292 582,234 573,783
With unfilled orders............ 18,690 18,484 18,103 17,786 +1.1 +2.1 +1.8 17,316 18,820 17,984 17,749 123,921 116,916
20 Food and kindred products....... 24,026 24,217 24,339 23,460 -0.8 -0.5 +3.7 22,575 24,980 23,904 22,835 163,748 159,766
201 Meat products................. 5,631 5,762 5,710 5,664 -2.3 +0.9 +0.8 5,388 5,744 5,659 5,398 38,555 37,774
208 Beverages..................... 3,794 3,504 3,662 3,491 +8.3 -4.3 +4.9 3,976 4,013 3,819 3,554 24,855 23,823
207 Fats and oils................. 1,335 1,438 1,442 1,234 -7.2 -0.3 +16.9 1,242 1,389 1,352 1,203 9,125 9,322
203-6,9 All other foods............... 10,119 10,333 10,313 9,956 -2.1 +0.2 +3.6 8,803 10,530 9,859 9,568 69,155 66,716
21 Tobacco products............... 1,337 1,763 1,405 1,267 -24.2 +25.5 +10.9 1,363 1,803 1,414 1,269 9,492 7,953
22 Textile mill products............. 4,534 4,395 4,270 4,166 +3.2 +2.9 +2.5 3,822 4,763 4,332 4,140 29,008 27,174
26 Paper and allied products....... 7,132 7,126 6,918 6,994 +0.1 +3.0 -1.1 6,684 7,423 6,975 7,070 48,529 46,385
-, Pulp, paper etc. ............. 3,055 3,045 2,910 2,937 +0.3 +4.6 -0.9 2,851 3,187 2,995 2,998 20,640 19,939
Paperboard containers......... 1,611 1,591 1,548 1,516 +1.3 +2.8 +2.1 1,500 1,642 1,554 1,546 10,803 10,710
264 All other paper products...... 2,466 2,490 2,460 2,541 -1.0 +1.2 -3.2 2,333 2,594 2,426 2,526 17,086 15,736
28 Chemicals and allied products... 16,264 16,178 15,681 14,635 +0.5 +3.2 +7.1 14,729 17,010 16,307 15,351 108,331 103,481
281,6 Industrial chemicals, except
pigments .................... 5,346 5,186 4,871 4,687 +3.1 +6.5 +3.9 4,897 5,420 4,944 4,893 33,921 33,770
283,4 Drugs, soaps, and toiletries 4,057 4,222 4,164 3,929 -3.9 +1.4 +6.0 3,688 4,438 3,877 3,788 28,210 28,015
29 Petroleum and coal products .... 16,844 16,501 15,834 15,877 +2.1 +4.2 -0.3 16,529 16,789 15,835 15,431 108,812 120,584
30 Rubber and plastics products.... 4,477 4,390 4,231 4,130 +2.0 +3.8 +2.4 4,163 4,614 4,237 4,280 29,473 29,687
23,27,
31 All other nondurable goods...... 12,867 12,768 12,618 12,295 +0.8 +1.2 +2.6 12,455 12,643 11,986 11,916 84,841 78,753

Market categories:
Home goods and apparel.......... 12,213 12,107 11,764 11,716 +0.9 +2.9 +0.5 11,220 12,411 11,182 11,220 78,955 73,947
Consumer staples................ 31,937 32,713 32,423 31,133 -2.4 +0.9 +4.1 30,224 33,765 31,756 30,515 218,747 210,430
Equipment and defense products,
except automotive.............. 25,230 25,424 23,448 23,992 -0.8 +8.4 -2.3 22,749 27,302 23,539 23,886 166,918 170,655
Automotive equipment............ 14,306 14,783 13,998 12,886 -3.2 +5.6 +8.6 11,797 16,134 14,850 14,096 95,999 78,832
Construction materials, supplies
and intermediate products...... 13,236 13,552 13,018 12,311 -2.3 +4.1 +5.7 13,046 14,666 13,381 12,648 88,023 78,580
Other materials, supplies, and
intermediate products ....... 76,189 75,341 73,309 71,027 +1.1 +2.8 +3.2 69,947 78,259 74,235 71,980 502,274 509,899

Supplementary series:
Capital goods industries ........ 28,416 28,953 26,788 27,402 -1.9 +8.1 -2.2 25,609 30,963 26,739 27,085 189,253 193,494
Nondefense.................... 22,622 23,616 21,612 22,131 -4.2 +9.3 -2.3 20,304 25,381 21,467 21,846 152,586 162,220
Defense........................ 5,794 5,337 5,176 5,271 +8.6 +3.1 -1.8 5,305 5,582 5,272 5,239 36,667 31,274

Household durable goods
industries..................... 5,514 5,534 5,284 5,252 -0.4 +4.7 +0.6 4,800 5,656 5,152 5,127 35,234 32,963

See footnotes at end of table 2.









Table 2. VALUE OF MANUFACTURERS' NEW ORDERS FOR INDUSTRY GROUPS, MARKET CATEGORIES, AND SUPPLEMENTARY SERIES

(Millions of dollars)

Seasonally adjusted Not seasonally adjustedl

Industry Monthly Percent change Monthly Year to date

SIC July June May Apr. June- May- Apr.- July June May Apr.
Code 1983P 1983r 1983r 1983r JulyP Juner Mayr 1983P 1983r 1983r 1983 1983p 1982

All manufacturing industries 175,486 178,489 169,874 166,025 -1.7 +5.1 +2.3 160,113 183,816 168,383 166,871 1,166,730 1,109,145

Manufacturing industries with
unfilled orders.................. 91,355 93,500 87,359 86,701 -2.3 +7.0 +0.8 81,478 95,002 85,217 86,871 603,857 566,259

Durable goods industries.......... 87,719 90,905 84,456 83,101 -3.5 +7.6 +1.6 77,507 93,788 83,297 84,375 583,102 536,366
With unfilled orders............. 72,379 74,770 69,134 68,815 -3.2 +8.2 +0.5 63,876 76,179 67,137 68,918 478,542 450,347
32 Stone, clay, and glass products. 4,037 4,233 4,061 3,913 -4.6 +4.2 +3.8 4,033 4,561 4,163 4,020 27,781 25,094
33 Primary metals.................. 10,333 10,113 9,963 8,952 +2.2 +1.5 +11.3 9,012 9,886 9,546 9,143 67,371 62,788
331 Blast furnaces, steel mills... 4,202 3,925 4,173 3,481 +7.1 -5.9 +19.9 3,564 3,646 3,695 3,586 27,171 27,902
333-9 Nonferrous and other primary
metals....................... 5,083 5,109 4,714 4,519 -0.5 +8.4 +4.3 4,512 5,136 4,760 4,576 33,537 28,991
34 Fabricated metal products........ 9,880 10,133 10,036 9,313 -2.5 +1.0 +7.8 9,214 10,777 10,145 9,492 67,808 65,271
35 Machinery, except electrical.... 14,782 15,467 14,956 14,806 -4.4 +3.4 +1.0 13,197 16,648 14,564 14,571 99,106 98,739
351 Engines and turbines........... 859 767 1,171 871 +12.0 -34.5 +34.4 682 713 1,136 862 6,148 6,829
353 Construction, mining, and
material handling equipment.. 2,521 2,543 2,539 2,122 -0.9 +0.2 +19.7 2,453 2,635 2,426 2,176 15,619 17,726
354 Metalworking machinery......... 745 610 694 619 +22.1 -12.1 +12.1 674 681 654 609 4,327 4,267
356 General industrial machinery.. 1,198 1,079 1,096 1,117 +11.0 -1.6 -1.9 1,109 1,149 1,121 1,095 7,933 8,603
357 Office and computing machines. 3,657 4,739 3,649 4,510 -22.8 +29.9 -19.1 3,076 5,258 3,481 4,134 25,660 21,635
36 Electrical machinery............ 14,455 13,432 13,849 13,181 +7.6 -3.0 +5.1 12,749 13,863 13,372 13,242 92,013 86,141
361,2 Electrical transmission and
distribution equipment and
industrial apparatus......... 1,711 1,898 1,480 1,778 -9.9 +28.2 -16.8 1,496 1,974 1,526 1,834 12,167 12.523
363 Household appliances.......... 1,309 1,210 1,281 1,223 +8.2 -5.5 +4.7 1,267 1,326 1,269 1,223 8,672 6,970
365 Radio and TV.................. 924 682 983 686 +35.5 -30.6 +43.3 814 883 878 538 4,892 4,625
366 Communication equipment....... 4,166 4,616 4,339 4,354 -9.7 +6.4 -0.3 3,428 4,330 4,245 4,334 29,158 29,609
367 Electronic components......... 4,121 2,817 3,561 2,984 +46.3 -20.9 +19.3 3,798 3,065 3,370 3,279 22,695 18,838
37 Transportation equipment........ 20,375 23,442 18,377 19,973 -13.1 +27.6 -8.0 16,410 23,387 18,167 20,720 138,542 117,184
372,6 Aircraft, missiles, and parts. 5,204 8,512 4,349 7,162 -38.9 +95.7 -39.3 4,214 7,950 3,863 6,705 43,815 39,518
3731 Shipbuilding and military
tank vehicles................ 1,680 1,180 1,170 796 +42.4 +0.9 +47.0 1,098 543 774 1,064 6,209 6,326
38 Instruments and related products 4,532 4,340 4,045 4,072 +4.4 +7.3 -0.7 4,055 4,691 3,929 3,961 28,677 28,103
24,25,
39 All other durable goods.......... 9,325 9,745 9,169 8,891 -4.3 +6.3 +3.1 8,837 9,975 9,411 9,226 61,804 53,046

Nondurable goods industries........ 87,767 87,584 85,418 82,924 +0.2 +2.5 +3.0 82,606 90,028 85,086 82,496 583,628 572,779
With unfilled orders............. 18,976 18,730 ;8,225 17,886 +1.3 +2.8 +1.9 17,602 18,823 18,080 17,953 125,315 115,912
Market categories:
Home goods and apparel........... 12,370 12,144 12,210 11,702 +1.9 -0.5 +4.3 11,563 12,462 11,704 11,433 80,570 74,543
Consumer staples................ 31,896 32,670 32,439 31,133 -2.4 +0.7 +4.2 30,241 33,727 31,719 30,486 218,675 210,429
Equipment and defense products,
except automotive............... 25,022 27,995 23,634 26,718 -10.6 +18.5 -11.5 21,350 28,004 22,387 25,827 169,918 169,382
Automotive equipment............ 14,679 15,010 14,059 13,164 -2.2 +6.8 +6.8 12,268 16,258 14,794 14,201 96,699 77,750
Construction materials, supplies
and intermediate products...... 13,066 13,616 12,755 12,197 -4.0 +6.8 +4.6 12,908 14,669 13,229 12,607 88,316 77,212
Other materials, supplies, and
intermediate products ....... 78,453 77.054 74.777 71,111 +1.8 +3.0 +5.2 71,783 78,696 74,550 72,317 512,552 499,829

Supplementary series:2
Capital goods industries........ 28,292 32,228 27,010 29,671 -12.2 +19.3 -9.0 24,148 31,888 25,428 28,890 193,987 189,253
Nondefense.................... 21,555 24,289 22,228 22,592 -11.3 +9.3 -1.6 19,505 25,574 21,315 22,093 149,645 148,916
Defense....................... 6,737 7,939 4,782 7,079 -15.1 +66.0 -32.4 4,643 6,314 4,113 6,797 44,342 40,337

Household durable goods
industries..................... 5,669 5,538 5,701 5,249 +2.4 -2.9 +8.6 5,122 5,688 5,639 5,313 36,743 33,598

PPreliminary. rRevised. The April data for fabricated metal products and motor vehicles and parts, and the May data for fabricated metal products, non-
electrical machinery, motor vehicles and parts, and the petroleum industry were also revised.

lShipments and new orders are the totals for the period and are adjusted for trading-day and calendar-month variations; unfilled orders and inventories
areas of the end of the period and are not adjusted for trading-day or calendar-month variations.
The supplementary series are regroupings of the separate industry categories: Household durable goods industries includes household furniture; kitchen
articles and pottery; cutlery, hand tools, and hardware; household appliances, radio and TV, ophthalmic goods, watches, and clocks; and miscellaneous per-
sonal goods.
Nondefense capital goods include machinery, except electrical (excluding farm machinery and equipment and machine shops); electrical machinery (excluding
household appliances, radio and TV, and electronic components); railroad equipment; and the nondefense portions of ordnance; communication equipment; air-
craft and aircraft parts; and shipbuilding, converting and repairing.
Defense capital goods include ordnance, communication equipment, aircraft and aircraft parts, and shipbuilding converting and repairing. The defense
data are comparable to those published annually in the MA-175, Shipments to Federal Government Agencies.










Table 3. VALUE OF MANUFACTURERS' UNFILLED ORDERS FOR INDUSTRY GROUPS. MARKET CATEGORIES, AND SUPPLEMENTARY SERIES

(Millions of dollars)


Seasonally adjusted


SIC
Code




32
33
331
333-9

34
35
351
353

354
356
357
36
361,2


363
365
366
367
37
372,6
3731

38
24,25,
39


Not seasonally adjusted1


End of month Percent change End of month


July June May Apr.
1983P 1983r 1983' 1983r



307,470 305,374 301,053 299,270
1,982 1,982 1,899 1,877
23,585 23,410 23,042 22,561
13,903 13,660 13,672 13,281

7,334 7,394 7,079 7,067
20,961 21,090 21,012 21,003
54,750 55,455 55,213 54,690
14,445 14,620 14,888 14,719

5,433 5,485 5,471 5,303
2,329 2,226 2,195 2,145
4,389 4,456 4,573 4,585
18,382 18,854 18,275 18,232
64,981 63,317 63,078 61,967


Industry







Durable goods industries............
Stone, clay, and glass products...
Primary metals....................
Blast furnaces, steel mills.....
Nonferrous and other primary
metals........................
Fabricated metal products.........
Machinery, except electrical......
Engines and turbines.............
Construction, mining, and
material handling equipment....
Metalworking machinery..........
General industrial machinery....
Office and computing machines...
Electrical machinery.............
Electrical transmission and
distribution equipment and
industrial apparatus...........
Household appliances.............
Radio and TV ...................
Communication equipment.........
Electronic components ..........
Transportation equipment..........
Aircraft, missiles, and parts...
Shipbuilding and military
tank vehicles.................
Instruments and related products..

All other durable goods...........

Nondurable goods industries.........

Market categories:
Automotive equipment..............
Construction materials, supplies
and intermediate products........
Other materials, supplies, and
intermediate products .........

Supplementary series:
Capital goods industries..........
Nondefense .....................
Defense.........................


6,610
441
480
40,428
14,085
127,593
98,181

23,177
7,573

4.954

10,114


5,800

12,691

104,005


6,488
458
532
40,105
14,238
124,783
95,954

22,822
7,320

4,706

9,869


5,573

12,627

102,293


6,690
435
281
39,710
13,598
125,463
q7,112

22,422
7,239

4,470

9,745


5,512

12,889

100,823


226,931 227,053 223,780 223,562
119,341 120,405 119,734 119,122
107,590 106,648 104,046 104,440


Household durable goods
industries........................ 3,730 3,575 3,572 j 3,156


June- ay- Apr.-
JulyP June ayr



+0.7 +1.4 +0.6
0.0 +4.4 +1.2
+0.7 +1.6 +2.1
+1.8 -0.1 +2.9

-0.8 +4.4 +0.2
-0.6 +0.4 0.0
-1.3 +0.4 +1.0
-1.2 -1.8 +1.1

-0.9 +0.3 +3.2
+4.6 +1.4 +2.3
-1.5 -2.6 -0.3
-2.5 +3.2 +0.2
+2.6 +0.4 +1.8


+0.2
+0.2
+41.3
+0.4
+9.1
+0.5
-0.6

+3.8
+3.0

+3.4

+2.9


+6.4

-1.3

+2.2


-0.1
-0.9
+0.9


+4.3


-3.0
+5.3
+89.3
+1.0
+4.7
-0.5
-1.2

+1.8
+1.1

+5.3

+1.3


+1.1

-2.0

+1.5


July
1983P



305,178
2,049
23,021
13,486

7,224
21,186
54,830
14,278

5,433
2,327
4,415
18,860
64,841


6,656
487
723
40,069
15,602
126,034
96,491

23,029
7,834

5,383

10,375


6,050

12,741

105,411


June H,. Apr.
1983 r 14'r 1983r


314,420

304,334
2,011
23,068
13,442

7,357
21,190
55,547
14,480

5,452
2,212
4,456
19,306
63,510


6,640
473
495
40,259
14,367
126,273
97,543

22,729
7,643

5,092

10,086


5,580

12,879

103,571


313,139

303,057
1,968
23,383
13,918

7,192
21,170
55,416
14,888

5,455
2,173
4,605
18,549
63,634


6,578
479
448
40,526
14,352
125,171
96,247

23,033
7,331

4,984

10,082


5,456

12,876

103,133


+0.1 224,451 225,912 224,984
+0.5 119,340 120,141 119,945
-0.4 105,111 105,771 105,039


+13.2 4,103 3,781 3,750


313,705

303,720
1,914
23,551
13,998

7,307
21,223
55,167
14,750

5,414
2,143
4,613
18,396
62,869


6,780
448
211
40,274
13,898
127,036
98,024

23,082
7,309

4,651

9,985


5,512

13,028

102,819


226,297
120,098
106,199


3,266


See footnotes at end of table 2.


6,620
442
678
40,580
15,372
128,292
97,600

24,063
7,799

5,120

10,397


6,174

12,522

106,269


308,204

299,441
1,884
21,836
12,835

6,451
25,696
62,784
16,452

7,491
3,156
5,614
19,433
57,130


7,096
322
542
35,113
12,793
117,646
92,601

19,016
7,180

4,798

8,763


5,382

15,357

98,222


219,879
132,114
87,765


3,821


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Table 4. VALUE OF MANUFACTURERS' INVENTORIES FOR INDUSTRY GROUPS, MARKET CATEGORIES, AND SUPPLEMENTARY SERIES

(Millions of dollars)


Industry

SIC
Code

All manufacturing industries..

Manufacturing industries with


End


July
1983P

258,363


unfilled orders.................... 175,858

Durable goods Industries............ 169,712
With unfilled orders.............. 155,126
Stone, clay, and glass products... 5,757
Glass containers................ 617
Primary metals.................... 20,063
Blast furnaces, steel mills..... 9,736
Nonferrous and other primary

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June
1983r

257,390


176,144

169,840
155,658
5,694
630
20,302
9,808

'.323
S'.418
S.954
.842
.155
S.953

.782
292
823
'.871
.711


1.977
S .925
981
-, .449
.381
'.267
-,375
,928

.573
,840

.360
S.952

1,766

.550
-,486
.201
S ,970
S .687
S .187
S,636
.708
,478
-.326
1,272
.152
.902
S,253

,789
,150
,505
.734

S .345


",.226
,812

,193
1 ,426

S,777

iL, ,956


Seasonally adjusted Not seasonally adjusted1

of month Percent change End of month

May Apr. June- May- Apr.- July June May Apr. July
1983 1983 JulyP June May 1983P 1983' 1983 1983 1982


258,149 257,397 +0.4


176,910

170,734
156,542
5,727
640
20,563
9,961

9,434
17,310
2,040
38,197
2,178
1,901

7,991
2,272
3,924
9,827
26,424


3,975
1,829
944
10,399
5,353
39,826
8,466
28,390

1,615
8,965

6,489
1,956

13,722

87,415
20,368
20,496
2,043
3,685
1,226
11,833
4,609
6,349
8,347
3,305
2,155
2,887
19,267

5,862
6,206
8,584
5,656

14,107


19,893
32,982

74,126
10,509

18,545

102,094


176,177

169,814
155,971
5,783
654
20,543
10,008

9,362
17,264
1,938
38,269
2,178
1,913

8,115
2,251
3,937
9,797
26,165


3,954
1,841
976
10,169
5,320
39,278
8,367
28,045

1,598
8,927

6,474
1,925

13,585

87,583
20,306
20,536
2,021
3,599
1,359
11,861
4,707
6,225
8,304
3,302
2,162
2,840
19,401

5,932
6,186
8,588
5,638

14,184


19,800
32,998

73,713
10,297

18,604

101,985


-0.2

-0.1
-0.3
+1.1
-2.1
-1.2
-0.7

-1.7
+1.4
+9.5
-1.5
+1.3
-2.8

-4.3
+1.7
-2.5
-0.3
+0.3


0.0
-9.4
+0.2
+2.4
+1.2
+0.1
+2.5
-0.7

+1.0
+0.8

+0.7
+0.8

+1.2

+1.3
+1.2
+1.7
+2.4
-2.2
+9.4
+2.0
+7.0
+1.9
+0.7
-0.6
+0.5
+2.4
+1.0

-1.8
+1.1
-0.1
-2.2

+1.3


+0.5
+2.0

-0.4
+2.0

+1.3

+0.1


S. ,256 84,006 83,447 -0.6
S.. ,945 66,766 66,597 -0.5
I. .:" ,311 17,240 16,850 -1.1


.,' -862 9,786 9,749 -0.9


+0.3 257,607 257,931 260,480 260,170


176,574

169,613
155,373
5,792
634
20,006
9,716

9,142
17,727
2,249
37,288
2,135
1,882

7,468
2,342
3,736
9,940
26,936


3,986
1,772
1,030
10,683
5,495
38,961
8,071
27,962

1,597
8,981

6,442
1,996

13,922

87,994
21,201
19,642
1,950
3,451
1,125
11,319
4,484
6,601
8,482
3,249
2,225
3,008
19,367

5,722
6,265
8,607
5,577

15,234


20,899
32,308

73,046
10,032

18,964

102,358


83,009
65,636
17,373


9,930


177,543

170,623
156,431
5,797
638
20,152
9,681

9,295
17,710
2,173
38,056
2,155
1,998

7,852
2,301
3,857
9,881
27,094


4,015
2,019
1,009
10,461
5,472
38,943
8,092
27,928

1,592
9,039

6,488
2,014

13,832

87,308
21,112
19,136
1,966
3,609
1,099
10,705
4,416
6,561
8,545
3,315
2,238
2,992
19,176

5,794
6,292
8,493
5,790

15,191


21,149
31,782

73,523
10,101

18,961

102,415


83,650
66,088
17,562


10,130


179,163

172,589
158,170
5,923
658
20,584
9,851

9,528
17,726
2,293
38,686
2,198
1,964

8,103
2,296
3,947
9,905
26,946


4,060
1,962
991
10,477
5,406
39,739
8,333
28,466

1,605
9,153

6,580
2,036

13,832

87,891
20,993
19,641
2,066
3,692
1,188
10,934
4,503
6,574
8,597
3,373
2,218
3,006
19,521

5,968
6,367
8,517
5,822

14,716


20,767
32,276

74,804
10,406

18,855

103,372


84,838
67,388
17,450


10,105


178,223

171,819
157,503
5,975
668
20,660
9,848

9,587
17,670
2,194
38,684
2,212
1,997

8,220
2,269
3,973
9,748
26,609


4,011
1,948
985
10,297
5,373
39,424
8,328
28,209

1,603
9,088

6,551
2,000

13,709

88,351
20,720
20,055
2,114
3,671
1,365
11,185
4,754
6,409
8,507
3,348
2,213
2,946
19,760

6,015
6,285
8,542
5,901

14,423


20,189
32,726

74,405
10,331

18,990

103,529


84,246
67,305
16,941


9,929


189,117

181,969
167,490
6,073
663
23,804
12,342

10,247
19,393
1,952
42,993
2,641
2,423

10,256
2,660
4,096
9,770
27,508


4,390
1,977
1,327
10,049
5,607
38,305
8,137
26,934

1,701
9,668

6,654
2,411

14,225

91,908
21,627
20,163
2,010
3,475
1,154
11,798
4,310
6,373
8,670
3,377
2,255
3,038
21,004

6,804
6,532
9,368
6,068

15,952


21,916
33,132

77,649
10,254

19,689

111,237


87,439
72,796
14,643


10,747









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

(Millions of Dollars)


Industry


32
33
34
35
36
37
38
24,25,
39


20
21
22
26
28
29
30
23,27,
31







32
33
34
35
36
37
38
24,25,
39


20
21
22
26
28
29
30
23,27,
31







32
33
34
35
36
37
38
24,25,
39


20
21
22
26
28
29
30
23,27,
31


Seasonally adjusted


Not seasonally adjusted


End of Month Percent change .i f ,

July June May Apr. June- May- Apr F-.. I .- r .ui
1983P 1983r 1983 1983 JulyP June'r I I182 1 I1"*7


'MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES

All manufacturing industries..

Durable goods industries............
Stone, clay, and glass products...
Primary metals ..................
Fabricated metal products .........
Machinery, except electrical......
Electrical Machinery...............
Transportation equipment...........
Instruments and related products..

All other durable goods............

Nondurable goods industries.........
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......

All other nondurable goods.......

WORK IN PROCESS

All manufacturing industries..

Durable goods industries............
Stone, clay, and glass products...
Primary metals ..................
Fabricated metal products.........
Machinery, except electrical......
Electrical Machinery...............
Transportation equipment ..........
Instruments and related products..

All other durable goods...........

Nondurable goods industries.........
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......

All other nondurable goods........

FINISHED GOODS

All manufacturing industries..

Durable goods industries............
Stone, clay, and glass products...
Primary metals ..................
Fabricated metal products.........
Machinery, except electrical......
Electrical Machinery..............
Transportation equipment...........
Instruments and related products..

All other durable goods............

Nondurable goods industries.........
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......

All theirr nondurable goods........


5,453

50,307
1,920
6,821
6,753
10,700
7,214
9,393
2,4779

5,027

35,146
7,521
4,334
2,062
4,132
7,253
*,387
1,970O

5,487




90,595

76,181
795
7,331
6,155
15,219
14,290
25,120
4,002

3,279

14,414
1,748
(S)
2,096I
1,114
3,324
1,768
990

(S)



82,315

43,224
3,042
5,911
4,747
11,341
5,310
4,911
2,431

5,631

39,091
11,269
(5)
2,446
3,141
8,972
4,344
2,648

(S)


85,322

50,333
1,911
6,944
6,657
10,769
7,283
9,281
2,489

4.999

34,989
7,530
4,172
1,941
4,157
7,265
2,477
2,050

5,397



90,134

75,928
843
7,202
6,058
15,473
13,985
25,117
4,027

3,223

14,206
1,710
(S)
2,098
1,038
3,267
1,820
970

(S)



81,934

43,579
2,940
6,156
4,703
11,600
5,443
',869
2,324

5,544

38,355
10,961
(S)
2,439
3,131
8,721
4,208
2,714

(S)


85,174

50,582
1,928
7,078
6,712
10,998
7,206
9,123
2,601

4,936

34,592
7,539
4,047
1,892
4,151
7,212
2,446
2,001

5,304



90,860

76,686
829
7,285
6,011
15,621
13,888
25,837
4,005

3,210

14,174
1,759
(S)
2,048
1,034
3,261
1,859
922

(S)



82,115

43,466
2,070
6,200
4,597
!1,579
1,330
4,866
2,359

5,576

38,649
11.199
(S)
2,409
3,162
8,794
4,279
2,733

(5)


84,990

50,268
1,950
7,181
6,641
10,912
7,117
8,928
2,643

4,896

34,722
7,699
4,147
1,839
4,138
7,253
2,368
1,969

5,309



90,365

76,018
914
7,330
5,948
15,647
13,690
25,445
3,949

3,195

14,347
1,785
(5)
2,024
1,026
3,331
1,846
981

(S)



82,042

43,528
3,019
6,032
4,675
11,710
5,358
4,905
2,335

5,494

38,514
11,052
(S)
2,362
3,140
8,817
4,374
2,688

(S)


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Table 6. RATIO OF MANUFACTURERS' INVENTORIES TO SHIPMENTS AND UNFILLED ORDERS TO SHIPMENTS, BY INDUSTRY GROUP

(Based on seasonally adjusted data)

Inventory/shipments ratio Unfilled orders/shipments ratio

SIC Industry July June May Apr. July June May Apr
Code 1983P 1983r 1983r 1983 1983P 1983r 1983r 1983r

All manufacturing industries.............. 1.49 1.48 1.54 1.58 3.57 3.55 3.64 3.69

Durable goods industries....................... 1.98 1.96 2.07 2.12 4.37 4.33 4.47 4.54
32 Stone, clay, and glass products.............. 1.43 1.37 1.42 1.49 0.55 0.53 0.53 0.54
33 Primary metals............................... 1.97 2.08 2.17 2.29 2.32 2.40 2.43 2.52
34 Fabricated metal products.................... 1.76 1.73 1.73 1.81 2.31 2.31 2.31 2.43
35 Machinery, except electrical................. 2.41 2.49 2.65 2.71 3.74 3.87 4.09 4.14
36 Electrical machinery......................... 2.10 2.02 2.07 2.07 5.08 4.80 4.95 4.91
37 Transportation equipment..................... 2.00 1.90 2.09 2.12 11.47 10.94 11.76 11.59
38 Instruments and related products............. 2.07 2.16 2.26 2.25 1.81 1.85 1.85 1.82

Nondurable goods industries.................... 1.01 1.00 1.02 1.06 0.56 0.55 0.55 0.55
20 Food and kindred products.................... 0.85 0.83 0.84 0.88 (X) (X) (X) (X)
21 Tobacco products.............................. 3.77 2.67 3.28 3.72 (X) (X) (X) (X)
22 Textile mill products........................ 1.46 1.47 1.49 1.49 (NA) (NA) (NA) (NA)
26 Paper and allied products.................... 1.18 1.17 1.21 1.19 (NA) (NA) (NA) (NA)
28 Chemicals and allied products................ 1.20 1.19 1.23 1.33 (X) (X) (X) (X)
29 Petroleum and coal products.................. 0.50 0.52 0.54 0.54 (X) (X) (X) (X)
30 Rubber and plastics products................. 1.25 1.31 1.34 1.37 (X) (X) (X) (X)

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

IExcludes the following industries with no unfilled orders: Wood and lumber products; glass containers; metal cans, barrels, and drums; farm machin-
ery and equipment; motor vehicle assembly operations; other transportation equipment; foods and related products; tobacco; apparel and related products;
building paper; die-cut paper and board; chemicals; petroleum and coal products; and rubber and plastics products, n.e.c.



Table 7. AVERAGE REVISIONS TO PREVIOUSLY PUBLISHED MONTHLY PERCENT CHANGES

(Based on seasonally adjusted data)

Shipments New orders Unfilled orders Inventories

Year All July Year All July Year All July Year All July
ago Julys 1982- ago Julys 1982- ago Julys 1982- ago Julys 1982-
SIC Industry July 1978- June July 1978- June July 1978- June July 1978- Jun
Code 1982 1982 1983 1982 1982 1983 1982 1982 1983 1982 1982 1983

All manufacturing industries. 0.5 0.3 0.4 1.0 0.6 0.4 0.1 0.3 0.2 0.1 0.2 0.1


32
33
34
35
36
37
38


20
21
22
26
28
29
30


Durable goods industries............
Stone, clay, and glass products...
Primary metals....................
Fabricated metal products.........
Machinery, except electrical......
Electrical machinery.............
Transportation equipment..........
Instruments and related products..

Nondurable goods industries.........
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......

Capital Goods Industries:
Nondefense .......................
Defense. ..........................


(X) Not Applicable

Note: The revisions are the differences between the month-to-month percent changes of the preliminary and final estimates. The monthly averages are
the simple averages of the differences, without regard to sign, for the months specified. The advance to final percent change differences for the durable
goods industries are shown in the advance report for the month.




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