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Table 1. Industry structure of industrial production:
classification, value-added weights, and description of series
Classification

Groups and series

NAICS

Market

Value added in 2003
Millions
of
Propordollars
tion

Type
of
series

Units, source for monthly series,
and notes

Total index

2,464,336

100.00

Series begins in 1919.

Manufacturing (SIC)

2,043,891
1,928,276
1,066,201
862,075
115,615
174,559
245,886

82.94
78.25
43.27
34.98
4.69
7.08
9.98

Series begins in 1919.

Manufacturing (NAICS)
Durable manufacturing
Nondurable manufacturing
Other manufacturing
Mining
Utilities

DESCRIPTION OF COLUMNS
Groups and Series: Series with asterisks are included in the published totals but are not published separately. The following
abbreviations are used: n.e.c. = not elsewhere classified; misc. = miscellaneous; pt = part.
Classification:
NAICS codes are from the North American Industry Classification, 2002 edition, published by the U.S. Office of Management and
Budget. Individual and aggregate series have been compiled on a consistent NAICS basis back to 1972. Major aggregates and
groupings were linked to their corresponding pre-1972 SIC-based counterparts.
Market codes are as follows:
Consumer goods (C)
Durable consumer goods (Cd)
Cda—Automotive products
Cdo—Other durable goods
Nondurable consumer goods (Cn)
Cnn—Non-energy
Cne—Energy
Equipment (E)
Business equipment (Eb)
Ebt—Transit equipment
Ebi—Information processing and related equipment
Ebn—Industrial and other equipment
Oil and gas well drilling and manufactured homes (Es)
Defense and space equipment (Ed)

Nonindustrial supplies (S)
Sc—Construction
Sb—Business
Materials (M)
Non-energy (Mn)
Mnd—Durable goods materials
Mnn—Nondurable goods materials
Energy materials (Me)
Mep—Primary energy
Mec—Converted fuel materials

Value added: Values and proportions are compiled from information contained in the Census of Manufactures, Annual Survey of
Manufactures, and Census of Mineral Industries and in reports from the Department of Energy, the Edison Electric Institute, and the
American Gas Association. The figures may not add to totals because of rounding.
Type of series: The following codes appear:
Prod: Monthly product data, unless otherwise noted.
Qprod: Quarterly product data, usually interpolated to the monthly frequency using a cubic spline.
Kwh: Electric power use data, in kilowatt-hours, data collected by the Federal Reserve System.
Hrs:
Production worker hours, data collected by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Est:
Series are estimated by the Federal Reserve until source data can be introduced at an annual revision.
Units, source for monthly series, and notes: The source and units for the underlying data for detailed indexes other than for those
based on production worker hours or electric power use. Starting dates are shown for indexes that begin in years other than 1972.

COVERAGE INFORMATION
The individual series that comprise the total index include those industries in mining, utilities, and manufacturing.
Manufacturing comprises those industries included in the North American Industry Classification System, or NAICS, definition of
manufacturing plus the logging and newspaper, periodical, book, and directory publishing industries that have traditionally been
considered manufacturing. Durable manufacturing includes three-digit NAICS groups 321, 327, 331-337, and 339. Nondurable
manufacturing includes three-digit NAICS groups 311-316 and 322-326. Other manufacturing includes NAICS 1133 and 5111.
Mining includes three-digit NAICS groups 211-213.
Utilities include electric utilities and natural gas distribution, NAICS 2211 and 2212.

Table 1. Industry structure of industrial production:
classification, value-added weights, and description of series—Continued
Classification

Groups and series

NAICS

Market

Manufacturing (SIC)
Manufacturing (NAICS)
Durable manufacturing
Wood product
Sawmills and wood
preservation
Plywood and misc. wood
products
Veneer, plywood, and
engineered wood product
Veneer and plywood

321
3211

82.94
78.25
43.27
1.48
.34

28,167

.36

2,762

Units, source for monthly series,
and notes

1.14

8,872

Sc,
Mnd

2,043,891
1,928,276
1,066,201
36,571
8,404

Type
of
series

Series begins in 1919.

Prod

Board feet; American Forest & Paper
Association.

.11

Prod

Square feet, structural panels; APA—The
Engineered Wood Association.

3,161

.13

Hrs

2,949

.12

Prod

Square feet, shipments, particleboard and
medium density fiberboard, with model-based
inventory adjustment; Composite Panel
Association, Federal Reserve Board (FRB).
Production worker hours for 1972-76.

19,295
10,117
1,109

.78
.41
.05

Prod

Board feet; The Wood Flooring Manufacturers
Association, The Maple Flooring
Manufacturers Association.

9,008

.37

Hrs

2,352

.10

Hrs

6,826
2,558

.28
.10

Prod

4,268

.17

Hrs

327
3271,4,9

54,768
17,707

2.22
.72

3271,9

15,071

.61

3271
32711

5,337
2,111

.22
.09

3212,9
3212
321211,2

Engineered wood member*

321213,4

Reconstituted wood product

321219

Other wood product
Millwork
Flooring*

3219
32191
32191pt.

Other millwork*

32191pt.

Wood container and pallet

32192

All other wood product
Manufactured home (mobile
home)
Other miscellaneous wood
product*

32199
321991

Nonmetallic mineral product
Clay, lime, gypsum, and misc.
nonmetallic mineral
products
Clay and misc. nonmetallic
mineral products
Clay product and refractory
Pottery, ceramics, and
plumbing fixture
Vitreous china plumbing
fixture and china and
earthenware bathroom
accessories*
Vitreous china, fine
earthenware, and other
pottery product*

Value added in 2003
Millions
of
Propordollars
tion

321992,9

Cdo,
Sc, Sb,
Mnd
Cdo,
Sc, Sb
Cdo,
Sc,
Mnd

Cdo,
Sc, Sb,
Mnd
Cdo,
Sc, Sb,
Mnd
Cdo,
Sb,
Mnn
Es
Cdo,
Sc, Sb,
Mnd

327111

Cdo,
Sc

789

.03

Hrs

327112

Cdo

664

.03

Hrs

Units; Manufactured Housing Institute.

Classification

Groups and series

NAICS

Porcelain electrical supply*

327113

Clay building material and
refractories
Brick and structural clay
tile*
Ceramic tile and refractory*

Market

32712
327121
327122,4,5

Other structural clay
product*
Other nonmetallic mineral
product

327123

Lime and gypsum product
Lime*

3274
32741

Gypsum product*
Glass and glass product
Flat glass*
Other pressed and blown glass
and glassware*
Glass container
Glass product made of
purchased glass*
Cement and concrete product
Cement
Concrete and product
Primary metal
Iron and steel products
Basic iron and steel*
Pig iron
Raw steel
Coke and products

3279

32742
3272
327211
327212
327213
327215
3273
32731
32732-9

Sc,
Mnd

Type
of
series

.03

3,226

.13

Cdo,
Sc
Sc,
Mnd

1,375

.06

Qprod

1,703

.07

Qprod

Sc,
Mnd
Cdo,
Sc,
Mnd

149

.01

Qprod

9,733

.39

Hrs

Units, building or common and face brick;
Census Bureau. Monthly data for 1972-90.
Square feet, clay floor and wall tile, including
quarry tile, glazed wall tile; Census Bureau.
Monthly data for 1972-90.
Tons, vitrified clay sewer pipe; Census Bureau.
Monthly data for 1972-90.
Electric power use for 1972-96.

2,636
549

.11
.02

Hrs

Electric power use for 1972-96.

2,088

.08

Prod

Tons, calcined gypsum; U.S. Geological
Survey. Production worker hours for
1972-76.

12,594
1,730
2,628

.51
.07
.11

Hrs
Hrs

Electric power use for 1972-96.

2,648
5,588

.11
.23

Prod
Hrs

Gross, glass containers; Census Bureau.
Electric power use for 1972-96.

24,466
4,564

.99
.19

Prod

Tons, shipments, portland cement, with
model-based inventory adjustment; U.S.
Geological Survey, FRB.

19,903

.81

Hrs

2.20
.92
.16
.09
.05

Prod
Prod
Qprod

Sc, Sb,
Mnd
Cdo,
Sc, Sb,
Mnd
Mnd
Cdo,
Sc, Sb,
Mnd
Mnn
Cdo,
Sc, Sb,
Mnd
Sc,
Mnd
Cdo,
Sc, Sb

331
3311,2
3311,2pt.
3311,2pt.

Mnd
Mnd

54,194
22,660
3,922
2,142
1,334

3311,2pt.

Mec

446

.02

18,738
2,388

.10

Hrs

.76

3311,2pt.

Units, source for monthly series,
and notes

657

Steel mill products*
Construction steel

Value added in 2003
Millions
of
Propordollars
tion

Sc

Prod

Tons; American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI)
Tons, weighted combination of carbon, alloy,
and stainless.
Tons, coke; Department of Energy. Monthly
data for 1972-80.
Tons. Shipments (AISI) plus inventory change
(model-based by FRB beginning in 2005,
survey-based from Census through 2004).
Tons, steel for construction, including
maintenance and contractors’ products.

Table 1. Industry structure of industrial production:
classification, value-added weights, and description of series—Continued
Classification

Groups and series

NAICS

Market

Value added in 2003
Millions
of
Propordollars
tion

Type
of
series

Consumer durable steel

3311,2pt.

Mnd

2,595

.11

Prod

Can and closure steel
Equipment steel
Miscellaneous steel

3311,2pt.
3311,2pt.
3311,2pt.

Mnd
Mnd
Mnd

536
1,284
11,934

.02
.05
.48

Prod
Prod
Prod

9,080

Units, source for monthly series,
and notes

.37

Alumina and aluminum
production and processing
Alumina refining*

3313
331311

Mnd

143

.01

Qprod

Primary aluminum production

331312

Mnd

1,716

.07

Prod

Secondary smelting and
alloying of aluminum

331314

Mnd

675

.03

Prod

Misc. aluminum materials

331315,9

Mnd

4,414

.18

Prod

Aluminum extruded product

331316

Mnd

2,132

.09

Prod

3314

8,005

.32

33141

1,575

.06

621

Tons, steel for autos, appliances, utensils, and
cutlery.
Tons.
Tons.
Tons of steel, all other classifications, including
warehouses and exports.

.03

Nonferrous metal (except
aluminum) production
and processing
Nonferrous metal (except
aluminum) smelting and
refining
Primary smelting and refining
of copper
Copper refining*

331411
331411pt.

Mnd

352

.01

Prod

331411pt.

Mnd

269

.01

Prod

331419

Mnd

954

.04

Prod

Copper rolling, drawing,
extruding, and alloying*

33142

Mnd

3,197

.13

Prod

Nonferrous metal (except
copper and aluminum)
rolling, drawing,
extruding, and alloying*
Foundries
Ferrous metal foundries*
Nonferrous metal foundries*
Aluminum foundries*

33149

Mnd

3,233

.13

Hrs

Mnd

14,449
8,187
6,262
4,185

.59
.33
.25
.17

Qprod

Mnd

2,076

.08

Hrs

Thousand metric tons, North American alumina
production since 1974; International
Aluminium Institute. Production worker
hours for 1972-73.
Tons, primary aluminum ingots; Aluminum
Association.
Tons, aluminum alloys and brass ingot at
secondary smelters and secondary lead; U.S.
Geological Survey.
Pounds, aluminum mill products other than
extruded shapes, powder and paste, and
forgings and impacts; Census Bureau. Net
shipments for 1972-86.
Pounds, extruded shapes; Census Bureau. Net
shipments for 1972-86.

Copper smelting*
Primary smelting and refining
of nonferrous metal
(except copper and
aluminum)

Nonferrous foundries except
aluminum*

3315
33151
33152
331521,4

331522,5,8

Mnd

Hrs

Tons, refined copper; American Bureau of
Metal Statistics.
Tons, scrap and primary copper; American
Bureau of Metal Statistics.
Tons, lead mining and primary slab zinc
refining; U.S. Geological Survey and
American Bureau of Metals Statistics. Before
August 1998, lead refining (ABMS) used
instead of lead mining.
Tons, refined copper consumption by U.S.
fabricators; American Bureau of Metal
Statistics.

Electric power use for 1972-96.
Pounds, shipments of diecastings, sand
castings, permanent molds, and other
aluminum castings, with model-based
inventory adjustment; Aluminum Association,
FRB. Series begins in 1992; production
worker hours for 1992-1993. Grouped with
other nonferrous castings 1972-1991;
production worker hours.

Classification

Groups and series
Fabricated metal product
Forging and stamping
Cutlery and handtool

Architectural and structural
metals
Boiler, tank, and shipping
container*
Boilers, heat exchangers, and
metal tanks*
Metal can, box, and other
metal container (light
gauge)*

NAICS
332
3321
3322

3323

33241,2
33243

3325

Spring and wire product

3326

Machine shops; turned product;
and screw, nut, and bolt
Coating, engraving, heat
treating, and allied
activities
Other fabricated metal product
Metal valve*

3327
3328
3329
33291

Type
of
series

137,232
10,951
6,250

5.57
.44
.25

30,294

1.23

Hrs

10,190

.41

Ebn,
Sc,
Mnd
Mnn

4,674

.19

Hrs

5,516

.22

Qprod

Cdo,
Sc, Sb,
Mnd
Cdo,
Sc, Sb,
Mnd
Sb,
Mnd
Sb,
Mnd

5,837

.24

Hrs

5,012

.20

Hrs

27,781

1.13

Hrs

10,356

.42

Hrs

30,561
12,651

1.24
.51

Hrs

17,910

Units, source for monthly series,
and notes

Hrs
Hrs

.73

Mnd
Cdo,
Ebn,
Sc, Sb,
Mnd
Sc,
Mnd

3324

Hardware

All other fabricated metal
product*
Ball and roller bearing

Market

Value added in 2003
Millions
of
Propordollars
tion

Ebn,
Sc, Sb,
Mnd

33299
332991

Sb,
Mnd

3,629

.15

Qprod

Ordnance*

332992-5

3,956

.16

332996-9

10,325

.42

Hrs

126,232
20,921

5.12
.85

10,110
7,384

.41
.30

Prod

2,726

.11

Hrs

Electric power use for 1972-96.

Hrs

Miscellaneous fabricated
metal products*

Cdo,
Ed
Cdo,
Ebn,
Sc, Sb,
Mnd

Tons, shipments, metal cans; Can
Manufacturers Institute. Quarterly data since
1997. Monthly data for 1977-96. Production
worker hours for 1972-76.
Electric power use for 1972-96.

Machinery
Agriculture, construction, and
mining machinery
Agricultural implement
Farm machinery and
equipment
Lawn and garden tractor and
home lawn and garden
equipment*

333
3331
33311
333111
333112

Ebn,
Sb
Cdo,
Ebn,
Sb

Units, weighted combination of ball, mounted,
tapered, and other roller bearings; American
Bearing Manufacturers Association.
Production worker hours for 1972-91.

Units, tractor and farm machinery production;
J-C Communications. Production worker
hours for 1972-91.

Table 1. Industry structure of industrial production:
classification, value-added weights, and description of series—Continued
Classification

Groups and series
Construction machinery

NAICS

Market

Value added in 2003
Millions
of
Propordollars
tion

Type
of
series

33312

Ebn,
Mnd

7,424

.30

Prod

Mining and oil and gas field
machinery
Industrial machinery
Semiconductor machinery*

33313

Ebn,
Mnd

3,387

.14

Hrs

15,156
4,252

.62
.17

Prod

Industrial machinery ex.
semiconductor
fabrication*
Commercial and service
industry machinery and
other general purpose
machinery
Commercial and service
industry machinery*

33321,2,914,8

10,904

.44

Hrs

40,936

1.66

11,633

.47

Hrs

29,303

1.19

Units, source for monthly series,
and notes

Hrs

Other general purpose
machinery*

3332
333295

Ebn,
Mnd

Ebn,
Mnd

3333,9

3333

3339

Cdo,
Ebn,
Sc, Sb,
Mnd
Ebn,
Sc,
Mnd

HVAC, metalworking, and
power transmission
machinery
Ventilation, heating,
air-conditioning, and
commercial refrigeration
equipment
Air purification equip., fans,
and blowers*

3334-6

49,220
16,543

.67

2,303

.09

Heating equipment (except
warm air furnaces)*
Boilers, heaters, and
furnaces*

333414

2,397

Deflated billings, front-end semiconductor
equipment, with model-based inventory
adjustment; Semiconductor Equipment and
Materials International, FRB. Production
worker hours for 1972-91.

2.00

3334

Units, weighted combination of assemblies of
crawlers, wheel loaders, skid steer loaders,
wheel tractors, and other construction
equipment; J-C Communications. Production
worker hours for 1972-86.

.10

Burners and other parts*

Air-conditioning and warm air
heating equipment and
commercial and industrial
refrigeration equipment*
Room air conditioners*
Warm air furnaces*

333411,2

Ebn,
Sc, Sb,
Mnd

Hrs

333414pt.

Cdo,
Sc

1,621

.07

Qprod

333414pt.

Mnd

775

.03

Prod

11,843

.48

512

.02

Prod

1,370

.06

Prod

Electric power use for 1972-96.

333415

333415pt.

Cdo

333415pt.

Cdo,
Ebn,
Sc, Sb

Units, shipments, boilers, with model-based
inventory adjustment; Gas Appliance
Manufacturers Association, Inc (GAMA),
FRB. Monthly for 1982-2001. For
1982-2000, included floor and wall furnaces;
for 1982-2001, included unit heaters.
Production worker hours for 1972-81.
Units, electric and gas water heaters, boilers,
unit heaters, warm air furnaces, with
model-based inventory adjustment; water
heater shipments for 1981- GAMA, FRB.
-6;
Production worker hours for 1972-81.

Units; Association of Home Appliance
Manufacturers (AHAM).
Units, shipments, gas and oil warm air furnaces,
with model-based inventory adjustment;
GAMA, FRB. Included electric warm air
furnaces for 1982-97. Production workers for
1972-81.

Classification

Groups and series

NAICS

Market

Value added in 2003
Millions
of
Propordollars
tion

Type
of
series

Compressors, condensers,
and other parts*

333415pt.

Mnd

5,638

.23

Prod

Unitary air conditioners*

333415pt.

Cdo,
Ebn,
Sc, Sb

4,324

.18

Prod

15,437
2,238

.63
.09

Qprod

13,199

.54

Hrs

17,241

.70

8,236

.33

9,005

Units, source for monthly series,
and notes

.37

Metalworking machinery
Machine tools*

3335
333512,3

Other metalworking
machinery*
Engine, turbine, and power
transmission equipment
Turbine and turbine generator
set units*

333511,4-8

Engines and power
transmission equipment*
Speed changers, drives,
gears, and power
transmission equipment*
Engines*

Computer and electronic
product
Computer and peripheral
equipment
Electronic computer*
Computers, business*

Ebn,
Mnd

Ebn,
Mnd

3336
333611

Ebn,
Ed,
Mnd

333612-8

2,858

.12

Hrs

333618

Mnd

6,147

.25

Prod

Units, diesel engines; Stark Communications.
Series begins in 1992. Grouped with other
power transmission equipment as production
worker hour series, 1972-91.

334

203,514

8.26

3341

30,489

1.24

19,735
15,829

.80
.64

Qprod

3,905

.16

Qprod

Fisher quantity index; Gartner, Inc. Federal
Reserve estimates 1992- Production worker
-3.
hours for 1972-91.
Fisher quantity index; Gartner, Inc. Federal
Reserve estimates 1992- Production worker
-3.
hours for 1982-91. Series begins in 1982.

3,752

.15

334111
334111pt.

Computer storage and
terminals*
Computer storage and
terminals, business*

Ebi,
Mnd

334112,3

Computer printers, consumer*

Hrs

Mnd

334111pt.

Other computer peripheral
equipment*
Computer printers, business*

Fisher quantity index of shipments, with
model-based inventory adjustment; Census
Bureau, FRB. Series begins in 1992.
Grouped with other metalworking machinery
as production worker hour series, 1972-91.

333612,3

Computers, consumer*

Computer storage and
terminals, consumer*

Units, refrigerators, freezers, and room
air-conditioners, AHAM; and, shipments,
warm air furnaces, GAMA. Production
worker hours for 1972-81.
Units; Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration
Institute.

Cdo,
Mnd

334112,3pt.

Ebi,
Mnd

2,839

.12

Qprod

334112,3pt.

Cdo,
Mnd

913

.04

Qprod

7,003

.28

334119
334119pt.

Ebi,
Mnd

5,373

.22

Qprod

334119pt.

Cdo,
Mnd

1,630

.07

Qprod

Fisher quantity index; Gartner, Inc. Federal
Reserve estimates 1992- Production worker
-3.
hours for 1972-91.
Fisher quantity index; Gartner, Inc. Federal
Reserve estimates 1992- Production worker
-3.
hours for 1982-91. Series begins in 1982.

Fisher quantity index; Gartner, Inc. Federal
Reserve estimates 1992- Production worker
-3.
hours for 1972-91.
Fisher quantity index; Gartner, Inc. Federal
Reserve estimates 1992- Production worker
-3.
hours for 1982-91. Series begins in 1982.

Table 1. Industry structure of industrial production:
classification, value-added weights, and description of series—Continued
Classification

Groups and series

NAICS

Communications equipment
Telephone apparatus*
Routers, switches, and hubs*

3342
33421
33421pt.

Other telephone apparatus*

33421pt.

Broadcasting, wireless, and
other communications
equipment*

33422,9

Audio and video equipment
and media*
Audio and video equipment

Market

Value added in 2003
Millions
of
Propordollars
tion

Type
of
series

3343,6

1.24
.53
.25

Qprod

7,002

.28

Hrs

17,433

.71

Hrs

7,408

Ebi,
Sb
Ebi,
Sb
Cdo,
Ebi,
Ed,
Sc,
Mnd

30,557
13,125
6,123

Units, source for monthly series,
and notes

.30

3343

Cdo,
Mnd

3,193

.13

Prod

Manufacturing and
reproducing magnetic and
optical media*

3346

Cdo,
Ebi,
Sb,
Mnd

4,214

.17

Hrs

Semiconductor and other
electronic component
Semiconductor and related
device*
Optoelectronics and discretes*

3344

72,776

2.95

334413

49,122

1.99

Sb,
Mnd
Sb,
Mnd

2,907

.12

Prod

8,217

.33

Prod

Fisher quantity index; Gartner, Inc. Series
begins in 1992.

334413pt.

Units, direct view color television sets, 25
inches and over since 1996; Electronic
Industries Alliance (EIA). Sets 19 inches and
over for 1991-1995. Total color television
sets for 1972-90. Excludes comparable
imports based on data from the Census
Bureau.

Production worker hours for 1972-91.

MOS logic ex. MPUs*

334413pt.

MOS memories*

334413pt.

Sb,
Mnd

10,243

.42

Prod

MPUs*

334413pt.

Sb,
Mnd

21,690

.88

Prod

Other integrated circuits*

334413pt.

Sb,
Mnd

6,065

.25

Prod

23,654

.96

770

.03

22,884

Fisher quantity index; Semiconductor Industry
Association. Series begins in 1992.
Fisher quantity index; Semiconductor Industry
Association; Gartner, Inc. Series begins in
1992.
Fisher quantity index; Semiconductor Industry
Association; Gartner, Inc.; Bureau of Labor
Statistics. Series begins in 1992.
Fisher quantity index; Semiconductor Industry
Association; In-Stat/MDR; Bureau of Labor
Statistics. Series begins in 1992.
Fisher quantity index; Semiconductor Industry
Association; Gartner, Inc. Series begins in
1992.

.93

Electronic components ex.
chips*
Electron tube*
Electronic components ex.
chips and tubes*
Bare printed circuit board*

Other electronic
components*

334411

Sb,
Mnd

Prod

Units, factory sales of picture tubes, with
model-based inventory adjustment; EIA,
FRB.

Deflated shipments, flexible and rigid circuit
boards, with model-based inventory
adjustment; IPC Association of Electronic
Connecting Industries, FRB. Production
worker hours for 1972-91.

334412

Sb,
Mnd

3,373

.14

Prod

334414-7,9

Sb,
Mnd

9,603

.39

Hrs

Classification

Groups and series
Printed circuit assembly
(electronic assembly)*

Navigational, measuring,
electromedical, and
control instruments
Electromedical and
electrotherapeutic
apparatus*
Search, detection, navigation,
guidance, aeronautical,
and nautical system and
instrument*
Measuring and controlling
instruments and parts*

Electrical equipment,
appliance, and
component
Household appliance
Small electrical appliance
Electric housewares and
household fan*
Household vacuum cleaner*

Major appliance
Household cooking
appliance*

Household refrigerator and
home freezer*
Home freezers*
Refrigerators*
Household laundry
equipment*
Clothes dryers*
Washing machines*
Other major household
appliance*
Dishwashers and disposers*

Electric water heaters*

NAICS
334418

Market
Ebi,
Sb,
Mnd

Value added in 2003
Millions
of
Propordollars
tion
.40

62,283

3345

9,908

Type
of
series
Prod

Units, source for monthly series,
and notes
Deflated shipments, flexible and rigid circuit
boards, with model-based inventory
adjustment; IPC Association of Electronic
Connecting Industries, FRB. Production
worker hours for 1972-91.

2.53

334510

Ebi,
Sb

11,144

.45

Hrs

334511

Ebi,
Ed,
Mnd

24,453

.99

Hrs

334512-9

Cdo,
Ebi,
Ed,
Sc, Sb,
Mnd

26,685

1.08

Hrs

335

52,298

2.12

3352
33521
335211

10,667
2,196
997

.43
.09
.04

Prod

1,199

.05

Qprod

8,471
1,642

.34
.07

Prod

Units, weighted combination of electric ranges,
gas ranges, microwave ovens, and
combination microwave ovens/ranges;
AHAM. Shipments of gas ranges prior to
1988, American Gas Association.

2,613

.11

243

.01

Prod

Units, upright and chest freezers; AHAM.

2,370

.10

Prod

Units; AHAM.

2,248

.09
Units, electric and gas dryers; AHAM.
Shipments of gas dryers prior to 1988,
AHAM.
Units, automatic washers. Automatic and
wringer washers for 1972-1983; AHAM.

335212

33522
335221

Cdo,
Sc
Cdo

Cdo,
Ebn

335222
335222pt.
335222pt.

Cdo,
Ebn
Cdo,
Ebn

335224

Deflated shipments, with model-based
inventory adjustment; AHAM, FRB.
Production work hours for 1972-91.
Units, sales, with model-based inventory
adjustment; AHAM, Vacuum Cleaner
Manufacturers Association, FRB. Federal
Reserve estimates for 1985-86. Monthly data
for 1972-76.

335224pt.

Cdo

796

.03

Prod

335224pt.

Cdo

1,452

.06

Prod

1,968

.08

982

.04

Prod

Units, weighted combination of built-in and
portable dishwashers and disposers; AHAM.

392

.02

Prod

Units, shipments, residential electric storage
water heaters, with model-based inventory
adjustment; GAMA, FRB.

335228
335228pt.

335228pt.

Cdo,
Ebn,
Sc,
Mnd
Cdo,
Ebn,
Sc,
Mnd

Table 1. Industry structure of industrial production:
classification, value-added weights, and description of series—Continued
Classification

Groups and series
Gas water heaters*

Electrical equipment except
appliances
Electric lighting equipment

NAICS
335228pt.

Market
Cdo,
Ebn,
Sc,
Mnd

.27

Hrs

Electric power use for 1972-96.

16,476

.67

Hrs

Electric power use for 1972-96.

18,428

.75

3,058
1,517

.12
.06

Prod

Units, shipments, automotive replacement
batteries, with model-based inventory
adjustment; Battery Council International,
FRB.

1,541
4,357

.06
.18

Hrs
Hrs

11,013

.45

Hrs

336
3361-3
3361
33611

274,691
188,090
94,387
91,877

11.15
7.63
3.83
3.73

336111

21,888

.89

3,960
17,928
69,989

.16
.73
2.84

Prod
Prod

6,151

.25

Prod

3351

41,630

3353

Other electrical equipment and
component
Battery
Storage battery*

Cdo,
Sc, Sb,
Mnd
Ebn,
Sb,
Mnd

3359

Transportation equipment
Motor vehicles and parts
Motor vehicle
Automobile and light duty
motor vehicle
Automobile

33591
335911

335912
33592
33593,9

Cda,
Sb,
Mnd
Cne
Sc,
Mnd
Cdo,
Ebn,
Sc,
Mnd

Automobile, business
Automobile, consumer*
Light truck and utility
vehicle

336111pt.
336111pt.
336112

Ebt
Cda

Light trucks, business

336112pt.

Ebt

.02

1.69

6,726

Units, source for monthly series,
and notes
Units, shipments, residential gas-fired automatic
storage water types, with model-based
inventory adjustment; GAMA, FRB.

3351,3,9

594

Type
of
series
Prod

Electrical equipment

Primary battery*
Communication and energy
wire and cable
Other electrical equipment

Value added in 2003
Millions
of
Propordollars
tion

Electric power use for 1972-96.

Fisher quantity index (unit auto production and
annual list prices); Ward’s Communications,
allocated to consumer and business use based
on shares of purchases data from the Bureau
of Economic Analysis and CNW. Unit
production data for 1972-86.

Fisher quantity index (unit light truck
production and annual list prices); Ward’s,
allocated to consumer and business use based
on shares of puchases data from the Bureau of
Economic Analysis and CNW. Unit
production data for 1972-86.

Classification

Groups and series
Light trucks, consumer*
Heavy duty truck
Heavy trucks*
Medium trucks*
Motor vehicle body and trailer
Motor vehicle body*

NAICS

Market

336112pt.
33612

Cda

33612pt.
33612pt.
3362
336211

Ebt
Ebt

Value added in 2003
Millions
of
Propordollars
tion

Type
of
series

63,838
2,510

2.59
.10

Prod

1,133
1,377
9,469
3,269

.05
.06
.38
.13

Prod
Prod

1,626

.07

Prod

Units, source for monthly series,
and notes

Units; Ward’s Communications, allocated to
medium and heavy classes based on share of
factory shipments.

Truck trailer

336212

Cda,
Ebt,
Mnd
Ebt

Motor home

336213

Cda

1,864

.08

Prod

Travel trailer and camper

336214

Cda,
Ebt

2,710

.11

Prod

84,234
12,627

3.42
.51

Motor vehicle parts
Motor vehicle gasoline engine
and engine parts*
Motor vehicle gasoline
engine and engine parts,
original equip.*

Motor vehicle gasoline
engine and engine parts,
repair*

3363
33631

Hrs

33631pt.

Mnd

8,715

.35

Prod

33631pt.

Cda

3,912

.16

Est

12,590

Units, shipments, with model-based inventory
adjustment; ACT Research, FRB. Census
Bureau before 1992.
Units, shipments, weighted combination of
conventional vans, van campers, and chopped
vans, with model-based inventory adjustment;
Recreation Vehicle Industry Association,
FRB.
Units, shipments, travel trailers, folding
camping trailers, and truck campers, with
model-based inventory adjustment;
Recreation Vehicle Industry Association,
FRB.

.51

Motor vehicle electrical and
electronic equipment*
Motor vehicle electrical and
electronic equipment,
original equip.*
Motor vehicle electrical and
electronic equipment,
repair*

33632

Motor vehicle steering and
suspension components
(except spring)*

33633

33632pt.

Mnd

7,289

.30

Prod

33632pt.

Cda

5,301

.22

Est

4,946

.20

Weighted averaged of: Unit assemblies,
production worker hours and unit engine
production; Ward’s Communcations
(assemblies); Stark Communications
(engines). For 1972-91, weighted average of
units and production worker hours.
Derived from annual levels of vehicles in use
and production of replacement tires adjusted
by the trend in the benchmark index for this
product; R.L. Polk and Rubber Manufacturers
Association.

Weighted average of: Unit vehicle assemblies
and production worker hours; Ward’s
Communications (assemblies).
Derived from annual levels of vehicles in use
and production of replacement tires adjusted
by the trend in the benchmark index for this
product; R.L. Polk and Rubber Manufacturers
Association.

Table 1. Industry structure of industrial production:
classification, value-added weights, and description of series—Continued
Classification

Groups and series

NAICS

Market

Value added in 2003
Millions
of
Propordollars
tion

Type
of
series

Units, source for monthly series,
and notes

Motor vehicle steering and
suspension components
(except spring), original
equip.*
Motor vehicle steering and
suspension components
(except spring), repair*

33633pt.

Mnd

3,451

.14

Prod

33633pt.

Cda

1,495

.06

Est

Derived from annual levels of vehicles in use
and production of replacement tires adjusted
by the trend in the benchmark index for this
product; R.L. Polk and Rubber Manufacturers
Association.

Motor vehicle brake system*
Motor vehicle brake system,
original equip.*

33634
33634pt.

Mnd

4,741
3,212

.19
.13

Prod

Motor vehicle brake system,
repair*

33634pt.

Cda

1,529

.06

Est

Weighted average of: Unit vehicle assemblies,
production worker hours, and unit brake
production; Ward’s Communications
(assemblies); Stark Communications (brakes).
For 1972-91, weighted average of units and
production worker hours.
Derived from annual levels of vehicles in use
and production of replacement tires adjusted
by the trend in the benchmark index for this
product; R.L. Polk and Rubber Manufacturers
Association.

13,422

.54

Motor vehicle transmission
and power train parts*
Motor vehicle transmission
and power train parts,
original equip.*

Motor vehicle transmission
and power train parts,
repair*

33635
33635pt.

Mnd

9,075

.37

Prod

33635pt.

Cda

4,347

.18

Est

5,622

.23

Motor vehicle seating and
interior trim*
Motor vehicle seating and
interior trim, original
equip.*
Motor vehicle seating and
interior trim, repair*

33636

Motor vehicle metal
stamping*
Other motor vehicle parts*
Motor vehicle
air-conditioning*
Motor vehicle
air-conditioning, original
equip.*
Motor vehicle
air-conditioning, repair*
All other motor vehicle
parts*
All other motor vehicle
parts, original equip.*

Weighted average of: Unit vehicle assemblies
and production worker hours; Ward’s
Communications (assemblies).

33636pt.

Mnd

3,460

.14

Prod

33636pt.

Cda

2,163

.09

Est

33637

Mnd

12,363

.50

Hrs

17,924
2,468

Weighted average of: Unit vehicle assemblies,
production worker hours, and unit production
of axles and transmissions; Ward’s
Communications (assemblies); Stark
Communications (axles and transmissions).
For 1972-91, weighted average of units and
production worker hours.
Derived from annual levels of vehicles in use
and production of replacement tires adjusted
by the trend in the benchmark index for this
product; R.L. Polk and Rubber Manufacturers
Association.

.73
.10

33639
336391
336391pt.

Mnd

1,553

.06

Prod

336391pt.

Cda

916

.04

Est

15,455

.63

10,294

.42

Weighted average of: Unit vehicle assemblies
and production worker hours; Ward’s
Communications (assemblies).
Derived from annual levels of vehicles in use
and production of replacement tires adjusted
by the trend in the benchmark index for this
product; R.L. Polk and Rubber Manufacturers
Association.

336399
336399pt.

Mnd

Prod

Index derived using motor vehicle assemblies
and annual output in units, Census Bureau.
For 1972-91, weighted average of: Unit
vehicle assemblies and production worker
hours; Ward’s Communications (assemblies).
Federal Reserve estimates.

Weighted average of: Unit vehicle assemblies
and production worker hours; Ward’s
Communications (assemblies).

Classification

Groups and series
All other motor vehicle
parts, repair*

Aerospace and miscellaneous
transportation eq.
Aerospace product and parts
Aircraft and parts
Aircraft*
Civilian aircraft*

Military aircraft*
Aircraft engine, parts, and
auxiliary equipment*
Aircraft equipment,
civilian*
Aircraft equipment,
military*
Aircraft parts*
Guided missiles, space
vehicles, and parts*
Guided missile and space
vehicle*
Guided missile and space
vehicle parts and
equipment*
Railroad eq., ships and boats,
and other transportation
equipment
Railroad rolling stock

NAICS
336399pt.

Market
Cda

Value added in 2003
Millions
of
Propordollars
tion
5,161

.21

3364-9

86,601
65,389
55,744
30,453
18,682

2.65
2.26
1.24
.76

Ebt

Est

Units, source for monthly series,
and notes

3.51

3364
336411-3
336411
336411pt.

Type
of
series

Prod

336411pt.
336412,3

Ed

11,771
25,291

.48
1.03

Ebt

3,941

.16

Hrs

336412,3pt.

Ed

2,382

.10

Hrs

336412,3pt.
336414-9

Mnd

18,968
9,645

.77
.39

Hrs

336414

Ed

7,055

.29

Hrs

336415,9

Ed,
Mnd

2,590

.11

Hrs

21,213

.86

2,907

.12

Hrs

.51
.35
.08

Forward-looking weighted average of
passenger aircraft completed and production
worker hours; Boeing, Bureau of Labor
Statistics.

Hrs

336412,3pt.

Derived from annual levels of vehicles in use
and production of replacement tires adjusted
by the trend in the benchmark index for this
product; R.L. Polk and Rubber Manufacturers
Association.

Hrs

3365-9
3365

Ebt,
Sb,
Mnd

Ship and boat building
Ship building and repairing*
Ship building and repairing,
civilian*
Ship building and repairing,
military*
Boat building*

3366
336611
336611pt.

Ebt

12,636
8,620
1,956

336611pt.

Ed

6,665

.27

Hrs

336612

Cda

4,016

.16

Prod

Other transportation
equipment

3369

Cda,
Ebt,
Ed

5,669

.23

Hrs

43,531
25,150

1.77
1.02

Hrs

14,121

.57

Hrs

Furniture and related product
Household and institutional
furniture and kitchen
cabinet
Office furniture (including
fixtures)*

337
3371

3372

Cdo,
Ebn,
Sc,
Mnd
Ebn,
Sc

Fisher quantity index of shipments, with
model-based inventory adjustment; National
Marine Manufacturers Association, FRB.
Production worker hours for 1972-91.

Electric power use for 1972-96.

Table 1. Industry structure of industrial production:
classification, value-added weights, and description of series—Continued
Classification

Groups and series
Other furniture related product*
Mattress*

Blind and Shade*
Miscellaneous
Medical equipment and supplies

Other miscellaneous*
Miscellaneous consumer
goods*
Miscellaneous business goods*

All other miscellaneous*

Nondurable manufacturing
Food
Animal food
Dog and cat food*
Other animal food*
Grain and oilseed milling
Flour milling and malt*
Starch and vegetable fats and
oils*
Wet corn milling*
Corn oil*
Corn syrup and starch*

NAICS
3379
33791

33792
339
3391

3399
33991-3
33994,5

33999

311
3111
311111
311119
3112
31121

311221
311221pt.
311221pt.

311222,3

Fats and oils refining and
blending*

311225
31123
3113
31131

Type
of
series

Cdo,
Ebn
Cnn,
Ebn,
Sb,
Mnn
Cdo
Cdo,
Ebn,
Sb,
Mnd
Cdo,
Ebn,
Sb,
Mnd

Cnn
Sb
Cnn,
Mnn

Cnn
Mnn

Cnn,
Sb,
Mnn
Cnn,
Sb,
Mnn
Cnn

Cnn,
Mnn

4,260
2,865

.17
.12

Prod

1,395

.06

83,172
47,105

3.38
1.91

Hrs

36,067
13,101

1.46
.53

Hrs

8,235

.33

Hrs

14,732

.60

Hrs

862,075
211,697
11,145
6,721
4,425
19,843
2,824

34.98
8.59
.45
.27
.18
.81
.11
.36

3,352
349
3,004

.14
.01
.12

Prod
Prod

3,861

.16

Prod

1,698

.07

Prod

8,108
13,785

.33
.56

Hrs

2,519

.10

Prod

Units, source for monthly series,
and notes

Hrs

8,911

Cdo,
Ebn

31122

Soybean and other oilseed
processing*

Breakfast cereal*
Sugar and confectionery
product
Sugar*

Market

Value added in 2003
Millions
of
Propordollars
tion

Units, sales of mattresses and foundations, with
model-based inventory adjustment;
International Sleep Products Association,
FRB. Series begins in 1987. For 1972-86,
grouped with blinds and shades using
production worker hours.

Hrs
Hrs
Qprod

Sacks (cwt), wheat flour; Census Bureau.

Pounds; Census Bureau.
Pounds, shipments, with model-based
inventory adjustment; Corn Refiners
Association, FRB. Production worker hours
for 1972-76.
Pounds, crude oils, cakes, and meals from
cottonseed and soybean; Census Bureau.
Pounds, margarine and baking/frying fats,
soybean, salad and cooking oils; Census
Bureau.

Tons, processed beet sugar and refined cane
sugar; Department of Agriculture (USDA).
Quarterly data for 1982-91.

Classification

Groups and series
Chocolate and confectionery*
Fruit and vegetable preserving
and specialty food
Dairy product
Dairy product (except frozen)
Fluid milk

NAICS
31132-4
3114

Hrs
Hrs

Electric power use for 1972-96.

22,582
18,578
8,847

.92
.75
.36

Prod

Pounds; USDA.

299

.01

Prod

Pounds; USDA.

5,075

.21

Prod

Pounds; USDA.

4,357

.18

Prod

4,004

.16

Prod

Pounds; evaporated, condensed, and dry milk;
whey; and lactose; USDA.
Gallons, ice cream, low-fat ice cream, sherbet,
water and juice ices, and frozen yogurt;
USDA. Mellorine included through 1990.

3116

44,256

1.80

311611-3

23,428

.95

Cnn,
Mnn
Cnn,
Mnn
Cnn,
Mnn
Cnn,
Mnn
Cnn

13,872

.56

Prod

Pounds; USDA.

9,195

.37

Prod

Pounds; USDA.

360

.01

Prod

20,829

.85

Prod

Pounds, weighted combination of veal and
lamb; USDA.
Pounds; USDA.

3,381

.14

Hrs

3118
3119
31191
31192

Cnn

32,108
35,779
10,697
2,631

1.30
1.45
.43
.11

Hrs
Hrs
Prod

31193-9

Cnn,
Mnn

22,451

.91

Hrs

69,125
35,449
15,326
12,445

2.81
1.44
.62
.50

Hrs
Prod

311512

Cheese

311513

Animal slaughtering and
processing
Animal (except poultry)
slaughtering and meat
processing
Beef

311514
31152

311611-3pt.

Pork

311611-3pt.

Miscellaneous meats

311611-3pt.

Poultry processing
Seafood product preparation
and packaging*
Bakeries and tortilla
Other food
Snack food*
Coffee and tea
Other food*
Beverage and tobacco product
Beverage
Soft drink and ice
Breweries

Units, source for monthly series,
and notes

.46
1.17

3115
31151
311511

311615
3117

312
3121
31211
31212

Cnn
Cnn

Type
of
series

11,266
28,818

Creamery butter

Dry, condensed, and
evaporated dairy product
Ice cream and frozen dessert

Market

Value added in 2003
Millions
of
Propordollars
tion

Cnn,
Mnn
Cnn,
Mnn
Cnn,
Mnn
Cnn,
Mnn
Cnn

Cnn
Cnn

Cnn
Cnn

Bags (60 kilo) green coffee roasted; George
Gordon Patton and Company.
Electric power use for 1972-96.

Barrels (31 gallons); Bureau of Alcohol,
Tobacco, and Firearms (ATF).

Table 1. Industry structure of industrial production:
classification, value-added weights, and description of series—Continued
Classification

Groups and series
Wineries*
Distilleries*
Liquor bottling*
Liquor distilling*
Tobacco
Tobacco stemming and
redrying*
Tobacco product*
Cigarette*
Other tobacco product*
Cigars*
Snuff and chewing tobacco*
Textile mills
Fiber, yarn, and thread mills
Fabric mills
Broadwoven fabric mills*
Cotton and synthetic fabrics*
Wool fabrics*
Other fabric mills*
Textile and fabric finishing and
fabric coating mills
Textile and fabric finishing
mills*
Fabric coating mills*
Textile product mills
Textile furnishings mills
Carpet and rug mills

Curtain and linen mills*

NAICS
31213
31214
31214pt.
31214pt.
3122
31221
31222
312221
312229
312229pt.
312229pt.
313
3131
3132
31321
31321pt.
31321pt.

Market
Cnn

Value added in 2003
Millions
of
Propordollars
tion
5,030

.20

2,649
726
1,923
33,677
187

.11
.03
.08
1.37
.01

Cnn
Cnn

33,489
30,661
2,828
994
1,834

1.36
1.24
.11
.04
.07

Mnn

18,531
3,684

Cnn
Mnn
Mnn

Cnn

Cnn,
Mnn
Cnn,
Mnn

Type
of
series

Units, source for monthly series,
and notes

Prod

Wine gallons, taxable withdrawals of still
wines, effervescent wines, and brandy; ATF.

Prod
Prod

Gallons, bottled-in-bond; ATF.
Gallons; ATF.

Hrs

Prod

Units; ATF.

Prod
Prod

Units; ATF.
Pounds; ATF. Production worker hours for
1972-86.

.75
.15

Prod

Bales, consumption of cotton and synthetic
fibers, and thousand pounds, consumption of
wool fibers; Census Bureau.

10,198
4,697
4,496

.41
.19
.18

Qprod

200

.01

Qprod

Square yards, cotton and synthetic fabrics;
Census Bureau. Long yards for 1972-79.
Square yards, woolen and worsted fabrics;
Census Bureau. Kilowatt hours for 1977-81.
Monthly physical product data for 1972-76.

31322-4
3133

Mnn

5,501
4,649

.22
.19

Hrs

31331

Cnn,
Mnn
Mnn

3,840

.16

Hrs

809
13,480
8,760
5,157

.03
.55
.36
.21

Hrs

Prod

3,603

.15

Hrs

31332
314
3141
31411

31412

Cdo,
Ebn,
Sc,
Mnd
Cdo,
Sb

Square yards, tufted and woven carpeting;
Carpet and Rug Institute.

Classification

Groups and series
Other textile product mills
Tire cord and tire fabric mills*
Other textile products except
tire cord and fabrics*
Apparel
Apparel knitting mills*
Hosiery and sock mills*

NAICS
3149
314992
31491,3149
91,9
315
3151
31511

Other apparel knitting mills*

31519

Cut and sew apparel*
Cut and sew apparel
contractors*
Men’s and boys’ cut and sew
apparel*
Women’s and girls’ cut and
sew apparel*
Other cut and sew apparel*
Apparel accessories and other
apparel*
Leather and allied product
Leather and hide tanning and
finishing*
Footwear*
Other leather and allied
product*

3152
31521

Paper
Pulp, paper, and paperboard
mills
Pulp mills

Market

Mnd
Cnn,
Sc, Sb,
Mnn

Cnn

322
3221

Paper mills
Paper (except newsprint)
mills
Newsprint mills*
Paperboard mills
Converted paper product

Cnn,
Mnn

Value added in 2003
Millions
of
Propordollars
tion

Type
of
series

Units, source for monthly series,
and notes

4,720
363
4,357

.19
.01
.18

Qprod
Hrs

Millions of pounds; Census Bureau.

20,396
2,494
1,726

.83
.10
.07

Qprod

Pairs, weighted combination of total hosiery
and pantyhose; The Hosiery Association.
Monthly data for 1972-91.

768

.03

Hrs

16,555
2,243

.67
.09

Hrs

6,009

.24

Hrs

31522

Cnn,
Mnn
Cnn

31523

Cnn

7,327

.30

Hrs

31529
3159

Cnn
Cnn,
Mnn

975
1,348

.04
.05

Hrs
Hrs

2,877
770

.12
.03

Hrs

1,071
1,036

.04
.04

Hrs
Hrs

72,084
35,000

2.93
1.42

316
3161
3162
3169

Mnn
Cnn
Cnn,
Sb,
Mnd

Electric power use for 1972-96.

32211

Mnn

1,723

.07

Prod

Tons; American Forest and Paper Association
(AFPA); Census Bureau, 1972-81.

32212
322121

Mnn

23,048
21,591

.94
.88

Prod

1,458
10,229
37,084

.06
.42
1.50

Tons; AFPA. Shipments plus inventory change
for selected components, 1972-86. Census
Bureau, 1972-81.
Metric tons; Pulp and Paper Products Council.
Tons; AFPA. Census Bureau, 1972-81.

322122
32213
3222

Mnn
Mnn

Prod
Prod

Table 1. Industry structure of industrial production:
classification, value-added weights, and description of series—Continued
Classification

Groups and series

NAICS

Paperboard container

32221

Paper bag and coated and
treated paper
Coated and laminated paper
and plastics film*

32222

Plastics, foil, and paper bag,
laminated aluminum foil,
surface-coated
paperboard*
Stationery product*

322223-6

Other converted paper
product*

32229

Market

Printing and related support
activities
Printing*
Support activities for printing*

322221,2

32223

Sb,
Mnn

17,407

.71

8,608
Cnn,
Sc, Sb,
Mnn
Cnn,
Sb,
Mnn

6,477

Cnn,
Sb,
Mnn
Cnn,
Sc, Sb,
Mnn

32312

Type
of
series

Units, source for monthly series,
and notes

.35

Sb,
Mnn
Sb,
Mnn

Prod

Square feet, shipments, corrugated and solid
fiber products, with model-based inventory
adjustment; Fibre Box Association, FRB.

.26

Prod

Tons, shipments plus inventory change, coated
printing and converted paper beginning in
1987; AFPA. Census Bureau, 1972-86.

2,131

.09

Hrs

3,398

.14

Prod

7,670

.31

Prod

56,590

323
32311

Value added in 2003
Millions
of
Propordollars
tion

2.30

52,678

2.14

Hrs

3,912

.16

Hrs

1.84
1.47
.16

Prod

Tons, shipments plus inventory change, free
sheet, cotton, and thin paper beginning in
1987; AFPA. Census Bureau, 1972-86.
Tons, tissue paper; AFPA. Census Bureau,
1972-86

Electric power use for 1972-96.

Petroleum and coal products
Petroleum refineries
Aviation fuel and kerosene

324
32411
32411pt.

Sb

45,415
36,234
3,895

Distillate fuel oil
Automotive gasoline
Refinery nonfuel materials*

32411pt.
32411pt.
32411pt.

Cne
Cne
Mnn

7,446
17,510
2,968

.30
.71
.12

Prod
Prod
Prod

Residual fuel oil
Refinery fuel n.e.c.*

32411pt.
32411pt.

Mec
Mec

1,239
859

.05
.03

Prod
Prod

Refinery products n.e.c.*
Paving, roofing, and other
petroleum and coal
products
Chemical
Basic chemical
Organic chemicals

32411pt.
32412,9

Sb
Cnn,
Sc, Sb,
Mnn

2,318
9,181

.09
.37

Prod
Hrs

260,288
45,884
26,719

10.56
1.86
1.08

Qprod

Pounds and gallons, weighted combination of
acrylonitrile, benzene, finished butadiene,
cumene, ethylene, ethylene oxide,
para-xylene, propylene, and styrene; National
Petroleum Refiners Association. Production
worker hours for 1972-91.

Basic inorganic chemicals
Industrial gas

32512-8
32512

19,166
3,860

.78
.16

Qprod

3,354

.14

Prod

Cubic feet, hydrogen, oxygen, acetylene, argon,
nitrogen, and carbon dioxide; Census Bureau.
Monthly data for 1972-90.
Tons, titanium dioxide; Census Bureau.

Synthetic dye and pigment

325
3251
32511,9

32513

Sb,
Mnn

Sb,
Mnn
Sb,
Mnn

Barrels, aviation gasoline, jet fuel,and
kerosense; Department of Energy (DOE).
Barrels, distillate fuel oil; DOE.
Barrels, automotive gasoline; DOE.
Barrels, liquified refinery gases for chemical
use, ethane/ethylene, special naphthas,
naphtha and other feedstocks, wax, and
miscellaneous products at refineries; DOE.
Barrels, residual fuel oil; DOE.
Barrels, liquefied refinery gases,
ethane/ethylene, still gas, and petroleum coke;
DOE.
Barrels, asphalt, road oil, and lubricants; DOE.

Classification

Groups and series
Other basic inorganic
chemical
Alkalies and chlorine

NAICS

Market

32518

Value added in 2003
Millions
of
Propordollars
tion
11,952

Type
of
series

Units, source for monthly series,
and notes

.48

325181

Sb,
Mnn

1,866

.08

Prod

Carbon black*

325182

Sb,
Mnn

553

.02

Hrs

All other basic inorganic
chemical
Acids, phosphates, and
sulfates

325188

9,533

.39

325188pt.

Sb,
Mnn

1,148

.05

Qprod

Nuclear materials*

325188pt.

Mec

2,956

.12

Prod

Other inorganic chemicals

325188pt.

Sb,
Mnn

5,428

.22

Qprod

23,630

Tons, sodium hydroxide liquid and chlorine
gas; The Chlorine Institute. Census Bureau,
1972-86.

.96

Resin, synthetic rubber, and
artificial and synthetic
fibers and filaments
Resin and synthetic rubber
Plastics material and resin

3252
32521
325211

Mnn

20,179
17,448

.82
.71

Prod

Synthetic rubber
Artificial and synthetic fibers
and filaments
Pesticide, fertilizer, and other
agricultural chemical
Fertilizer*

325212
32522

Mnn
Mnn

2,731
3,451

.11
.14

Prod
Prod

10,131

Tons, sulfuric acid, hydrochloric acid,
aluminum sulfate, sodium phosphate tripoly,
phosphorus, hydrofluoric acid, and calcium
phosphate; Census Bureau. Monthly data for
1972-90.
Kilowatt sales to facilities producing
nondefense nuclear materials; Department of
Energy, individual facilities.
Tons, calcium carbide, hydrogen peroxide,
sodium chlorate, sodium silicate, and
potassium pyrophosphate; Census Bureau.
Monthly data for 1972-90.

.41

Pesticide and other agricultural
chemical*

3253
32531

Sb,
Mnn

3,627

.15

Qprod

32532

Cnn,
Sb,
Mnn

6,503

.26

Hrs

110,502
19,070

4.48
.77

Hrs

91,432

3.71

Prod

Pounds, thermosetting and thermoplastic resins;
Society of the Plastics Industry, Inc.
Tons; Rubber Manufacturers Association.
Pounds, noncellulosic, rayon, and acetate fibers;
Fiber Economics Bureau.

Pharmaceutical and medicine
Medicinal, botanical, biological
product*
Pharmaceutical preparation*

3254
325411,3,4

Paints, soaps and toiletries, and
other chemical products
Paints and other chemical
products
Paint, coating, and adhesive
Paint and coating
Construction paints*

3255-9

70,141

2.85

3255,9

33,146

1.35

3255
32551
32551pt.

Sc

13,988
9,905
5,390

.57
.40
.22

Qprod

32551pt.

Mnd

4,515

.18

Qprod

32552

Cnn,
Sc, Sb,
Mnn

4,082

.17

Hrs

Tons, synthetic anhydrous ammonia, ammonia
nitrate, ammonium sulfate, nitrogen solutions,
nitric acid, phosphoric acid, phosphatic
fertilizer materials, and urea; Census Bureau.
Monthly data for 1972-90.

Industrial paints*
Adhesive*

325412

Cnn,
Mnn
Cnn,
Mnn

Fisher quantity index, with model-based
inventory adjustment; IMS-Health, FRB.
Production worker hours for 1972-93.

Gallons, architectural and special-purpose
coatings; Census Bureau. Monthly data for
1972-90.
Gallons, product coatings and special-purpose
coatings; Census Bureau. Monthly data for
1972-90.

Table 1. Industry structure of industrial production:
classification, value-added weights, and description of series—Continued
Classification

Groups and series

NAICS

Other chemical product and
preparation*

3259

Soap, cleaning compound, and
toilet preparation

3256

Plastics and rubber products
Plastics product
Plastics bottle*
Plastics product*
Rubber product
Tire
Original equipment tires,
business*

326
3261
32616
32611-5,9

Market
Cnn,
Sb,
Mnn
Cnn,
Sb,
Mnn

Sb,
Mnn
Cdo,
Sc, Sb,
Mnd

Value added in 2003
Millions
of
Propordollars
tion

Type
of
series

Units, source for monthly series,
and notes

19,158

.78

Hrs

Electric power use for 1972-96.

36,995

1.50

Hrs

Electric power use for 1972-96.

91,591
74,063
3,740

3.72
3.01
.15

Hrs

70,323

2.85

Hrs

.71
.32
.03

Prod

3262
32621
32621pt.

Mnd

17,528
8,000
667

Original equipment tires,
consumer*
Replacement tires, business*

32621pt.

Mnd

896

.04

Prod

32621pt.

Sb

2,985

.12

Prod

Replacement tires, consumer*

32621pt.

Cda

3,451

.14

Prod

Rubber products ex. tires
Rubber and plastics hoses and
belting*

32622,9
32622

9,528
2,115

.39
.09

Hrs

Electric power use for 1972-96.

7,413

.30

Hrs

Electric power use for 1972-96.

5111

115,615
110,488

4.69
4.48

51111

38,178

1.55

29,578

1.20

Prod

8,600

.35

Est

Tons, newsprint consumption; Pulp and Paper
Products Council. American Newspaper
Publishers Association, 1972-86.
Index derived by deducting circulation from
newsprint consumption.
Federal Reserve estimates based on Editor &
Publisher annual circulation data.

72,310

2.93

Other rubber product*
Other manufacturing
Newspaper, periodical, book, and
directory publishers
Newspaper publishers

32629

Newspaper advertising*

51111pt.

Newspaper circulation*

51111pt.

Periodical, book, and other
publishers
Book Publishers*

Periodicals and other
publishers*
Logging

Mining

Cdo,
Sb,
Mnd
Cdo,
Sb,
Mnd

Sb,
Mnn
Cnn

51112-9
51113

Cnn,
Sb,
Mnn

19,130

.78

Prod

51112,4,9

Cnn,
Sb,
Mnn
Mnd

53,180

2.16

Hrs

5,127
174,559

.21
7.08

Hrs

1133

Units, truck and bus tires (radial and other),
tractor implement, industrial, and utility;
Rubber Manufacturers Association (RMA).
Units, passenger car tires (radial and other);
RMA.
Units, truck and bus tires (radial and other),
tractor implement, industrial and utility;
RMA.
Units, passenger car tires (radial and other);
RMA.

Fisher quantity index of sales, with
model-based inventory adjustment;
Association of American Publishers (Dollar
sales), Bureau of Labor Statistics (prices),
FRB (inventories). Series begins in 1987.
Grouped with periodical and other
non-newspaper publishers and based on
production worker hours for 1972-91

Classification

Groups and series
Oil and gas extraction
Crude petroleum and natural gas
extraction
Crude oil
Texas crude oil*
Alaska and California crude
oil*
Louisiana and other crude oil*
Natural gas

NAICS

Market

211
211111

Value added in 2003
Millions
of
Propordollars
tion
125,801
115,872

Type
of
series

Units, source for monthly series,
and notes

5.10
4.70

211111pt.
211111pt.
211111pt.

Mep
Mep

49,869
9,708
14,387

2.02
.39
.58

Prod
Prod

Barrels; Department of Energy (DOE).
Barrels; DOE.

211111pt.
211111pt.

Mep
Mep

25,774
66,003

1.05
2.68

Prod
Prod

Barrels; DOE.
Billion cubic feet, marketed production;
Department of Energy.

211112
211112pt.

Cne

9,929
602

.40
.02

Prod

211112pt.

Mec

9,327

.38

Prod

Barrels, at gas-processing plants; Department of
Energy.
Barrels, natural gas liquids minus propane at
gas-processing plants; Department of Energy.

212
2121

Mep

34,899
14,992

1.42
.61

Prod

Tons, anthracite and bituminous, including
lignite; Btu weighted; DOE.

2122
21221

Mnd

5,062
717

.21
.03

Prod

Metric tons, usable iron ore excluding ore
containing 5 percent or more manganese; U.S.
Geological Survey.

Gold ore and silver ore mining
Gold ore mining*
Silver ore mining*

21222
212221
212222

Mnd
Mnd

2,322
2,273
48

.09
.09
.00

Prod
Prod

Kilograms, gold ores; U.S. Geological Survey.
Metric tons, silver ores; U.S. Geological
Survey.

Copper, nickel, lead, and zinc
mining
Lead ore and zinc ore mining*

21223

1,690

.07

212231

Mnd

449

.02

Prod

Copper ore and nickel ore
mining*
Other metal ore mining*

212234

Mnd

1,241

.05

Prod

21229

Mnd

333

.01

Prod

Metric tons, recoverable lead and zinc; U.S.
Geological Survey.
Metric tons, recoverable copper; U.S.
Geological Survey.
Metric tons, molybdenum concentrate; U.S.
Geological Survey

2123

14,845

.60

21231,2

12,563

.51

7,227

.29

5,336

.22

Natural gas liquid extraction
Propane*
Liquefied petroleum*
Mining (except oil and gas)
Coal mining
Metal ore mining
Iron ore mining

Nonmetallic mineral mining and
quarrying
Stone, sand, gravel, clay, and
ceramic and refractory
minerals mining and
quarrying*
Stone mining and quarrying*

Sand, gravel, clay, and ceramic
and refractory minerals
mining and quarrying*

21231

21232

Sc,
Mnd

Qprod

Metric tons, crushed stone; U.S. Geological
Survey. Railroad traffic for 1982-87;
Association of American Railroads.
Production worker hours for 1972-81.

Table 1. Industry structure of industrial production:
classification, value-added weights, and description of series—Continued
Classification

Groups and series

NAICS

Market

Value added in 2003
Millions
of
Propordollars
tion

Type
of
series

Units, source for monthly series,
and notes

Sand and gravel mining*

212321,2

Sc,
Mnd

4,272

.17

Qprod

Kaolin, clay, and ceramic
and refractory minerals
mining*
Other nonmetallic mineral
mining and quarrying*
Support activities for mining
Drilling oil and gas wells

212324,5

Sc,
Mnn

1,064

.04

Hrs

21239

Mnn

2,282

.09

Prod

Metric tons, phosphate rock, soda ash, sulfur
frasche. U.S. Geological Survey

213
213111

Es

13,859
6,511

.56
.26

Prod

213112

Mep

6,696

.27

Prod

213113-5

Mnd

653

.03

Prod

Number of rotary rigs running, weighted
average of off-shore and on-shore; Baker
Hughes.
Well servicing units; Dresser Oil Tools, and
workover rigs; Baker Hughes.
Average of indexed underlying data for series in
NAICS 212; U.S. Geological Survey, Bureau
of Labor Statistics.

245,886
206,736

9.98
8.39

Support activities for oil and gas
operations*
Support activities for coal, metal,
and nonmetallic minerals
(except fuels)*

Utilities
Electric power generation,
transmission and
distribution
Electric power generation
Hydroelectric power generation

2211
22111
221111

Mep

84,435
5,907

3.43
.24

Prod

Fossil fuel and other electric
power generation
Nuclear electric power
generation
Electric power transmission,
control, and distribution
Commercial and other electricity
sales
Industrial electricity sales
Residential electricity sales
Natural gas distribution
Commercial and other gas sales

221112,9

Mec

42,843

1.74

Prod

221113

Mep

35,685

1.45

Prod

122,301

Metric tons, crushed stone, sand and gravel;
U.S. Geological Survey. Railroad traffic for
1982-87; Association of American Railroads.
Production worker hours for 1972-81.

4.96

22112

Kilowatt hours, includes pumped storage;
Department of Energy (DOE).
Kilowatt hours, conventional steam and internal
combustion; DOE.

22112pt.

Sb

47,403

1.92

Prod

Kilowatt hours to commercial and other; DOE.

22112pt.
22112pt.
2212
2212pt.

Mec
Cne

22,462
52,436
39,150
7,052

.91
2.13
1.59
.29

Prod
Prod

Kilowatt hours to industrial users; DOE.
Kilowatt hours; DOE.

Prod

Industrial gas sales

2212pt.

Mec

3,049

.12

Prod

Residential gas sales

2212pt.

Cne

19,995

.81

Prod

Gas transmission

2212pt.

Mec

9,054

.37

Prod

Cubic feet, sales to commerical establishments;
DOE. American Gas Association, 1972-77.
Cubic feet, sales, includes gas used by electric
utilities, gas used for lease and plant fuel, and
gas consumed as pipeline fuel; DOE.
American Gas Association, 1972-77.
Cubic feet, sales to residences; DOE. American
Gas Association, 1972-77.
Cubic feet, natural gas sold; DOE. American
Gas Association, 1972-77.

Sb


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