Current industrial reports

MISSING IMAGE

Material Information

Title:
Current industrial reports
Portion of title:
Manufacturers' shipments, inventories, and orders
Physical Description:
v. : ; 28-29 cm.
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:
March 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 )
Genre:
serial   ( sobekcm )
federal government publication   ( marcgt )
statistics   ( marcgt )

Notes

Additional Physical Form:
Also distributed to depository libraries in microfiche.
Additional Physical Form:
Some monthly issues also available via Internet from the Census Bureau website as: Highlights from the preliminary report on manufacturers' shipments, inventories, and orders. Address as of 12/17/03: http://www.census.gov/indicator/www/m3/prel/priorrel.htm; current access available via PURL.
Additional Physical Form:
Some annual summaries also available via Internet from the Census Bureau website. Address as of 12/8/2005: http://www.census.gov/prod/www/abs/m3-1.html; current access available via PURL.
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->
General Note:
Title from cover.
General Note:
Some issues not distributed to depository libraries in a tangible format.
General Note:
Paper copy no longer sold by Supt. of Docs., U.S.G.P.O.
General Note:
Latest issue consulted: July 2002.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 001320832
notis - AGH1708
oclc - 02548418
lccn - 74614399
issn - 0364-1880
Classification:
lcc - HD9724 .U52a
ddc - 380.1/0973
System ID:
AA00008477:00189

Related Items

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

Full Text
:5Z135/Vr -I( *. l- o


CURRENT INDUSTRIAL REPORTS

Manufacturers' Shipments,

Vo Inventories, and Orders



NOVEMBER 1981
v e M3-1(81)-11
C. n, For Wire Transmission 10:30 A.M. E.S.T. Thursday, December 31, 1981

(All figures in text below are in seasonally adjusted current dollars.)


New orders for manufactured goods showed a small increase
in November, going up $0.4 billion or 0.2 percent from October
to $159.4 billion, the Department of Commerce, Bureau of the
Census reported today. This is the first increase in orders
since July. Excluding orders for defense capital goods, new
orders were down 0.4 percent.
Shipments of manufactured goods declined for the 5th
consecutive month, decreasing $2.2 billion or 1.4 percent from
October to $161.9 billion. Despite the increase in November
new orders, the value remained below shipments for the month,
resulting in a decline in the orders backlog of $2.5 billion or
0.8 percent to $321.1 billion. The orders backlog had declined
in October by 1.5 percent.
The 0.2 percent increase in manufacturers' new orders
resulted from offsetting movements in the durable and non-
durable goods industries. New orders for durable goods were
estimated at $79.1 billion, up $1.3 billion or 1.7 percent from
October; new orders for nondurable goods, which for the most
part reflect shipments for the month, declined $0.9 billion or
1.1 percent to $80.3 billion.
Within the durable goods industries, the largest increases
occurred in the machinery categories: new orders for electrical
machinery increased $1.5 billion or 14.3 percent to $11.9
billion, while new orders for nonelectrical machinery were
up $0.5 billion or 3.4 percent to $16.5 billion. These increases
followed October declines of 17.0 percent and 8.7 percent
respectively.
New orders for nondefense capital goods, reflecting the
machinery order increases, were up 10.0 percent from October
to $23.1 billion. New orders for defense capital goods were up
$1.0 billion or 26 percent to $4.8 billion, following an October
decline of 42 percent.
Declines in the value of manufacturers' shipments in
November were widespread. Within the durable goods sector,
virtually all major industries except electrical and nonelectrical
machinery were down. Shipments of primary metals in Novem-
ber were valued at $10.6 billion, down for the third consecutive


month. This 4.1 percent decline followed decreases in October
of 4.7 percent and September of 3.1 percent. Both the steel
and nonferrous categories have been showing steady declines.
Within the transportation equipment category, shipments by
the motor vehicle and parts industries were down for the 5th
consecutive month. November shipments were valued at $10.0
billion, a 6.3 percent decline from October. The motor vehicle
industry decline in November was partially offset by increases in
the aircraft and shipbuilding industries.
The decline in shipments by nondurable goods manufacturers
in November of 1.1 percent matched the October decline of
1.1 percent. Declines in food, petroleum, and rubber and plastic
products shipments were partially offset by increases in most of
the other categories.
The book value of manufacturers' inventories in November
increased $1.1 billion or 0.4 percent from October to $279.6
billion. Most of the durable and nondurable goods industries
reported small increases, but the motor vehicle and parts indus-
try showed an inventory decline of $0.4 billion or 3.9 percent
to $9.1 billion.
With the decline in shipments over the last several months
the inventory to shipments ratio has now climbed to 1.73. This
is the highest it has been since the second quarter last year when
the ratio rose to 1.76 in May and June.

The figures on the durable goods industries in this report
supersede those issued earlier in the advance report on durable
goods. The present report is based on more complete reporting,
but the estimates are also considered preliminary. Final figures
will appear as historical data in the report to be published for
next month. The advance report on durable goods for December
is scheduled for release on January 22, 1982, and the full
report is schedule for release on February 2, 1982.
A description of the survey methodology and related infor-
mation may be found in the summary report in this series
for 1980 M3-1.10 Manufactures' Shipments, Inventories and
Orders: 1972-1980, issued July 1981.


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, 30 cents per copy, $3.60 per year.








m


-- ---0 :- 4.- :.4 --


4 0 4 4... .. .... .. ..4 4C 44...C .-.'
0 40 4- C' 4y 4x '1 40T-- ^ i." -I 4 ~ 4C' O.4.C '44 4:S4: 3 C00 C C'4.44r 0 CT 4>






4 ^ 4 4: L -: -4- r^ -" '' 4 .t 4- u- C-_ u-^ -^t f O G
.4 4 0 0 0 4 4 0 ~ ~ 12 5 04 I I' 4 0 4 44 4 4 :.
4 4 4 4 4 :4 1 4 444 .4 C 4.-. 44 4.40 44:





4 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 7' 4 4 '' 4 C 4 4 0 4 '

4 C' 4 4 04 4:4 4 4 4.14:.-.444 .4444 07.
C' 4 4 4 4C' 4C' 4~~44 C. 4 40 44


o: 44 44- 40i 0-j --"T o^






4: 4:4I 44'" 444 4Ii <\*I


.441. 44 4:~ 4: 4444 04.4
4:444 ~ Q 4C' 4.4~ C' C'1:C
.44:4 4:4444:4 :04.44
4444 ~ 4- .44 44 ..4.

1'1C'C 4 0 4 :0 4C
4 N 4. '4 4 4 0 4

4:4 '4 4. 0C.4 C' 1 :


o -w. C C C' -' .i 0'1.: -.C '1. St'
0. 2 I S0 0 CC. iL 4 4004F F S;? ?
.. .. .11 -s s C' I. S S .II I?4-10 Cls- C C
C' S : ^ S 3^ C' :4 44. ... '0 '4 C. 4 ..... .
I: 5 IC'S 0 .1.g s ^ 5 .4 4.. CC .I4 -l C
1 4t I. 'C' .CCI 2 1 "C 4.0 1.. 0 5 C"? 3 i ^
0/ *. CII CC'o C' .4- u 4: CC fc CC' *4 t 4.4 C'EC^.^ ^
C' f "" ', 0 0C.4 4 3 C 1 4 C 'C' C'F .0 .01 CO 4, 141.> > a3-C 4 4
C 5 C F 4C .1 a- .4 E- 4 0 .4 0 C .1.o t ^ ^ aIICCIFC-

| ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ..C .sgl: .1 FC F .44 C3a g 3 3 ^ *l l
11 .4 1 CF.. =r '0 4 C' C' 001C 4:-I -- C1.CI
FI. 4 -5 .C 0 04 IE ICI s0 CC..
.4 P l. UI. 0 4 1. -I CI F II C
.4-II .4 4 4 0 0 4 1. C C 04 C .4 FIC .4.1


.~ z~


: 3 0 :
,^ : :



i i1!



!- L t


liii


~1


i


o\


movlrn


40'*444 0:4


0-.

CM '


c


g~ I


7


r- it '


mir


000


C


CT^ -l (~j 00


c 1


I -


'0^ r4 a">
o -< as


0
0 M?

iy

'i 'i o Ili


,,


n


51


7h


OON


n


T,
-< >C 3 3 -I -


f1 0 -1


oI


































































.4.4.4~.4 14.4 .4 4:


. ... --


4 0 7 1



N, N~iuar in,1-2 17 c


4 .14.4 -. . . -- -'- UO I : "
4 4' n 'i l -G ^ E ) o *- o *m- up ^ .0 1
4 4 .. .4 4 4 4 4.0-4 0.4. a 3' **u>- --r ,(yu n "
4.o 'R' a-^ s on a .4. u .4 4-.. . a i.404u .-
47; -. 4 4.404. .4 0 E -a A o -*3 t :arii a o .



14 04404.4Ci- s x K 4 a 4 414 0' 4 0...*'te[ 6i)i e'T .0 .4 tS .- -1** -3 -4i
4 44 :4 c. 4 1 .4 .4 .4 .4 40 4..1 e4:n* * ^ < .- F Qf
M" 4 44 4. 04.4'^^S -4. 4 ^' '0' 0 i' 4. ^^ S^ 4.^ .4.1 0. 0 :4 4 -
.04 14.4 40 4 14 44 -4.4 ..400-4044.4s .444 0

14 4:044 44 44 0.4. 4:. 444 0 4.44 .4 0


7 7C 2g7
-: -- L : .


-I


-. 00






-* 00
-f (T






^ S
_ o*


.14~


0.

II














3
*C
C


f


I


u,


1 Qol o. 1 A I.






















-7 .7


~ ~ ~ ~ c .. i.. "


-0 4.C 44"




o8 C : 0 -













044.4
4 -c 4.oo-


a! 440.-




a v cj



0o 44 a :-1
4 3 1^4







.4 1.- | 0 |






14 *- 4 S040






> c4 a 0.




040 r '0 u -



*c 'i:00 i. -14




.4 0-s40 e -.0'









4 r T 0.0 .4 0


f 0U -C


""


I


vr


j


n









































.4.4








































S .4


S- -2 .4 4 O 4 N-- -. -- -- -..-





.4 .4 N .4.4.4.4 4 43.4 N.S .4.4-4-4 N--
.4 ~ ~ ~ .4 4 N 'ON.4 .4~~





0~~- -- 4- --- -. 4 4.).
.4 ^ \G' m ^ ^ ri > .4 X 4. Ny .44 .4 lON O 0n 0^ .44) ONci 04 0'





0 .4 N .4 .40 --i .4 0 '-! .40


.4 0C NM N- ^ S '' N' .44) ON 0.4 0.4 N- 3[


.400 0)40 04.4~0-


.4.- 04- -.4 4















00 .4


..


u.4 .34 -~ 4. 0 0 .4.40 -"! T n 'f^'2 ^ ^












.4 .4 .4< .4 -S .4c T- ~ f -, sc *- N .- -c-r ?i0 ? ~


.4 4


r


ri







-3~31 hL~~T(
I
f~"~ 35' '""" "=
u~^i.tr-
;;~; ,,.- fiDn ~21
-cm r --ff~ ----
(? -f C-~


iJ


















^ I SS'




' r


a t


E '^i

a |
i r -

M CD
I ^ ^
i ^


ON -N 0. N N




N N N- O .- -4 -


i 33 ...- m^... ...O O
B" !


N .C. 0-.4 .4 4 4 4
-. N -_C. N N N
...NaC r-r'i C ^ ^' ^



s ^ ----------------N-----N--

l ~ ~ ~ ~ 0 NNf ni^f -iN NO N7 NC N)r





















-- C- N ~ C3 0 No -^ N^ 4b ~














o C.* *0 4. 3 .S 44 --'O ^ .r-
Nce o N= 4.l =Co.uc.4 r- C
c. C. C. 40.4 .4 .^ ... -




N 2 0 C.. =- CC


oe 0 i Ot 'C C ). > r r S f scr.


0- NN vs 4~ N y T -







S 4NO^tCT ^ O Nf s CC 4* NS3
- NNNN N S


a ._,












o -







k : CCi
c ^ a











c < S









s f u 0



L. o a ac-



























































5


r


i


I=I1U
n2- ~3' = ~r =30
-,,, ,,, 0~~3 ~CN
innh N90 ~n~s p~U
-I- 1-( lih-
i-
I"R' """ """~ g-
~ns -ooj
~-o N-~N ~i-
~SS PSng -00
USn N-
-i --


~~13 1DV11. fNS

N~Q IPlm 3~0
N' yrn- i

-iD~ -)?i cZ-
^--I ---hI ^~S
10 Ij-n ghC
N- C~C--

i=~ -=3~ --~
=ir
5 -i-i
15 =ZN" 30'--iC
ri- UC-


Nmf 1J"

~CL Zjrf -Oi
-i -; ~---i -


-s~ p_-_ DC~
=--
-h= -(; ^Lh--
DC 55~X --3
-r- -h- -

T=T, ^j-
"Y- -""' f-'f
---- _1;2
ICC" g3. 1 -n_^
N--r

n


i


~~~~ 7 ii












'as




a, a,


C a, a,



~


aah, j
11~~ aCa~~a~aN-.


a19


- a a, r al.


4


a, a.^ ^
a a, -, a













o









I .- a, -- y












5 5 CCC. ^





I a, 44 at C '
3" C i.- C o



> w i ua ''o"









-$0 0c -S 43

..c c ..S cc-


c-c cc cc .0 cia, 0cc N 0 IciOci Ol' ccN cc c-ccccccc c-c 4cc
a .o cc c-c- c-cc~ scc -cc cc -locic-. ~cccn 'ccc cc 'c0r.ccccc-cc
ci ci 4 cc -~ cc-c cc 40cm 4cc-cc 0 nc-cc,-. 4cc cnccc
0cc ~, cc ccc cc cc ON ccc 0 0 cccccccc cc 00 4cc c-ccccc-c ccc-ac-,
0~ ccccc-c-cocccccc c-~ cO-c 0 c--ctc--c c-co =
0c-~ N0ccc-ccc


cc cc- cc ccc c-c cc-~ c-c-c-- 0 4 Ncc.-ccc ccc-c-cicc- 1c0 ccn-cO ocr-fl
cc Nocccnccci cocc0cc ccc-.ccccc '0cc c--cccce 0.-cc-a
0 4 cO 0 0 cc-N cc-s 0 '0 cccccccc cc-c-c'0cc 4c- nccccccfl Icccc
0cc -, cc c-- c-c cc cc ccci cc- S 40'0 -cc-c cc4 ccccccc-ac-a 4cc-an
0 4 cc cc 0cc, ccc-. 0 r~cccc c-a.-. -


o y ci l 4 1i c r- T cc






ccO c-- 4cc
3 cc. cc c-cl cDc- O


c-c c n c


0,00 '0 0 0 3 0 c-crO 13c3fn


4 r- cc cc- cc-~S 00 4 cc ccccc-c4 c-aocccc Or- c-cc-acco ccccccc
N cc cc 0 c'c (4 c--C cc cc-sc-cc-a ccOOOO-Scccc'0c-- '00cc
ci c 0 cc- 0 NO -c-cc cc 0 Occccicc cc-ccc-c-0 c-co n-Ocr-cc or-.cc
0~cc~ c--SO n,-- 0 0 cc-csccc'a cc 0-4 .-.c-J cc -Sc-c 0 0.-cc-cc-cc-a ccc.accc



S cc cc Cc- 4.-c = Nc c-cc--c c-''0ccccc4r 4cc
0 ON c-' 0 '0 N~ N 4NNN ~,cccc'0 ccccc--c
cc- c cc c 04Cc -S ccNOcc 0'0 4c-c 4cc cfl'0c-4 On cc
4 0-c c-cS N c-Ncc 01 c-cccOOOcc-cc
0" 4 0 0 c N~'~ c c -ccc--- c-c- -S


0N4 4- N 0


A 2






'0 Nc
N. .c.N.. 4- 1 . .


- j c- 04


:;-c ,7c -:










4L Ci cc1 N: CL 04 I 0 cc0 cc Nc-c- cs


cc 44 444 4 cNNcc 004
cc cc4 c c--S cc4 cc4Nc- 000

ci- 4 c-cc-ccc 401




0 (04-5 '0ciNN4 04cc-c
4 ccc-... N ccOc-040 '04


+


c- 0 -


. -> e ; o

tw 2t fM f=o"< *c";^ ; -


t; :


< ? i B. y i ^ i -i-i

^ >C l !]j ^- a -


i c-! '
:. h- : .^ &


o












io


sO Ci^ ^






r- o*-* ~


3 -00~
N-- o i-^-


3 1' -0 4 44 4 1 4 40 4 4 4 4 404..0-- ----






7 -14 4. 4 S o; 0 4 4 j ___


~~4 4~~~444 44 N 4 4 4 4 4 4


4401 01444 4 444


-4-4-4- -4- -444-0


4: 4. 4 44 0 04 44 4 40 0444 04 4T 4 7 ,





0 4 N 4 4 4 4 4 4 4I0 >"I4I44 4 4144 4 4 41 01
448
4 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 7447 -44 N 4 N N 1N 4 44 4 I-44 4




>444Nl 1 1" -104~ 44 4.4 41" 4 .4
4~ ~~~ 4-4 4 -4 -04-4-1044 -4- 4- ,-4-


0 4 -.4444444 N N4N 0 4 0 44 1 0 0 4 11.0
44~ 4 .14 4 4 N .40 .N 1 N 44 4 .4 4 4' i





444L4-4-4N0-4-1-N-N-4-4-N-4- -44 4


- r -- a < Q f It -ii i sa. .. -*i. o 44 4: o4Gf -





S* 0 C3 S f l !, 400 C.041 14 -. < C 0. 3 0~ 41">- J.-t -- r 0 -..4 0 4l

40 0 4 0t ^-- i o oa 40 40 e... .1 4 4. ^. 0


o i go*~Om~D a



4 444444444044~ 4 i N

4NN444414nNm 4~ 4, 4


4444 1) 44440N~t^- CO s 04.4 'i
444^ C k 444 4 44- 444 O(y ^~ -1'0- 0


4- 004- ^
0S 45 0 .








4S 0 -2 0.i



co o ^ -.





0 4.42- -a




0. 4 0 ,

0. 0 0.440;

0 J ^1 14.,


0. 4 4 4 4S^ t
4 0 41 4






4 4 4 0. <

4010000^






- 404w^ SC~
4i 0f 4, a o 4

4c 0 i *- 443 0'

4; 004cc4<=*-


4 0 04400Oi




1 400i 140S^'*/

0. 40 04. 4f M1 M;
4 4044000.' -




4 0400-|la t


0 04 40 4.4. -
[i. 04 444 4



4 : 0 0) .04>'

4- 30 o 4'a





0 0 4 00 40.C

11 44 0440I4.W

-0 00 4)S. 04iC2


0s 0 .0 ..4 0...4,
4. 44 00 61

T4 C 0 04C
4 400...4a,
a0 40044404*
0 00 0.4O c
0 44 0^&
4 40 4.404
0 '4 0


n


h


O


01


0 ,


N















in ~ioLON r- N~ N CON3i> .o tNCt- o


Ni NJ O CO COt '\[~CON
N COaNN4 4NNNNSCO4CIN' ~if-05- < C


- 3 ----- -t ---O------ -T --- -~ ~ ^ ~ ----i-





























N '- -
N NN NN '. N






























N, N4 N$ .... 4





















4 N N N.CN N


c1 NNN N N'44 N< N^-( ^ 0 n0 0
















-n 7C N 4 T ..I N f N













1 1NNN NT C N.


O ss0 N N


SN C-C C^ Y NNI4
-, -t 4rSNS CC





NNZN Jm~N~ -


4 NNNZNNNNCNNN CO NNNON NNN4 NNN CON
NNNNNN 40 1 C ZNCNNNN'. N N -- N N N


- -N N O- N























_ .O 'CO N_- N O -
m3 I I-C l ^- "C ^olIOl.


NNNN4Y0-0NNN ~COCONIN









N ~ ~ ~ ~ C NCNN COCNNN O









N 0 N N N
m ~~nrr ~inrcl Ili





.--7


NNNN CON NO.000 Cl N'. CONNNN ON NNN CON
N NN CNN CO NNON NNNCONNCI.NN CO CONCONCO
N NLOLOCOCOCO NNNNONNNNNCC CON4N NCOONN
N CON NN4N 4NlNCONN~CCNNNN NCONNN



N LOLON CO CNCNNN4N .0 NNNNNCO 4NNNCONCON
NNOCONNNNN CNNNO C NNN'.'CO N-CNN NOON CO
N NLONCOCO I NN NNOCN N ON CONCO COON NNNNN
ONNNNNNNCCNNNNNNNNNNN4'.NOC CNNNC'-I
N CO NNN N CO N N N N


C 1 Z C N j NNNCO


iCO N N N


COCON CO CO 4-4 NCOCO4NN ONONCO


N N -N N .N .'


IC t~- -~r rp 51111 jn~--vl~
U YS~~NI" C""O~
O-"d="f "=D"NJ
IC' -i



-t


N :~ :N~..


01~
NNN-. N C.
NON .C. S
C '. 5


C.Cg ~




$5










T 11- 1. PFR(YI9 1(1HAS 9S A 11 H iV I1.SS !- nA si ill1 S16 HIl5:6IIS.9 11 SVE 111M S. AND i0ii


All -1nufa t lura i u tr......



I i.ent .em
lDureb1 e 1tids trlulstr0 es ...........




45 ImticIfm etucnd s dilltries. ..
All anu r curn idus tries.........
I urable 1.d$s industrls ..10 ..


Ve I h -m1 1th

S '198 m1 1 A,1 ; 1981
9 110 (1 19i 1


(1l.7 -1 .5


Sl,,ntll lirst D Il 198


urte, quarter r h1,h1

T11 11 11,1, 419 11 ,11. "1.- "


*O..


199
S1980


Oict. 1980I


Method calculatrn t Uese percentage forI tnhe quarter antIl the 12-routh t-me nlnerals rIte-i com-pounded monthly gr..th r-tes.
5The reessns ate the differences betneel the Im th- ,-month percent thaieges of the preliminary and final estimates. The mtithll avereaes are
the s-mpie nerages ,f the differiues, without reard t* sn, f the months specified. The advance t fnal percent change differences (or th
turable 4.s -idustres rei sh noh, o the ei aoe report fr ih, ,th.




Table 7. RATIO OF 1ANITACTIiERS' INWENTORIES TO SHIPMENTS ANDI UNFILLED ORDERS TO SHIPMENTS, hfY INDI'STRY GROUP

(Based on seasonally adjusted data)

Invent --himnts rato Unfilled orders--shipments ratic'
Inven[tories-- hipfents ratio moh ba cklo)
Industry iroup
Nv Oct. rSept. Aug. Nov. Oct. Sept. Aug.
1981 1981r 1981 1081 1981p 1981r 1981 1981


All -anifacituring iniustrie ....................... 1.73 1.70 1.64 1.61 3.73 3.74 3.68 3.67

Durable good" industries. .................................. 2.30 2.26 2.15 2.10 4.49 4.49 4.41 4.37
Stone, clay, and t las products.......................... 1.80 1.80 1.75 1.71 0.68 0.65 0.60 0.64
Priar metal................................................ 2.39 2.28 2.16 2.04 2.55 2.50 2.46 2.40
Fabricated metls ..................... ......... ..... .... 2.15 2.06 1.99 1.94 3.31 3.17 3.14 3. 13
iIchinerv, except eletrical............................... 2.48 2.50 2-42 2.40 4.57 4.73 4.12 4.68
Ilectrcal 2chinery ............................... ..... 2.36 2.39 2.27 2.25 4.45 4.50 4.42 4.34
Transportation equipmnt................................ 2.40 2.34 2.08 1.99 11.27 11.59 10.91 10.54
Instriuents and related products........................... 2.35 2.29 2.27 2.28 1.76 1.66 1.64 1.69

Nondurable goods indutries...... ....................... 1 .15 1.13 1.11 1.10 0.62 0.64 0.65 0.67
Food arnd kindred prcoucts...... .......... ........... 1.00 .98 0-97 0.98 (XI) (x) () (I)
Tobacco products...................................... 3.44 3.68 3.27 3.31 (X) (9) (X) (1)
Testile mill products .............................. ..... 1.71 1.64 1.50 1.48 (NA) (NA) (NA) ('A)
Paper and allied prodct.................................. 1.35 1.34 1.31 1.31 (NA) (1.) (NA) (NA)
Chemicals and allied pr1.35ct........................... 1.35 1.38 1.31 1.31 (1) (1) (1) (X)
Petroleum and col prourtI................................ 055 0.55 0.57 0.57 (1) (X) N) (1)
Rubber and plastic products, n.e......................... 1.64 1.45 1.44 L.42 (x) (x) (M) (N)

(NA) Not available. PPreliminary. rRevised. (J) Not applicable.
lcludes the folloin imndui tried with no unfilled orders: wood nd lumber products; lass containers; metal cans, barrels, adnd drums, farm
machinery d equipment otor vehile assembly operation; other transportation equipment. foods and relate-d products; tobacco; apparel and related
products; building paper. dii- ut paper and board; chemicals; petroleum and coal products; and rubber and plastics products, n.e.c.


~ I I I





U.S. Department
of Commerce
BUREAU OF THE CENSUS
Washington, D.C. 20233
Official Business
Penalty for Private Use. $300


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
Ill 11H III Iii 11111 IBID 11111 IIII IIIII BIII
3 1262 08590 3184
I.USMAIL
COM-202 V

First Class Mail