FEDERAL RESERVE statistical release

G.17 (419) Supplemental Tables

For release at 9:15 a.m. (EDT)
June 15, 2007

INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION AND CAPACITY UTILIZATION

The attached tables contain detail on industrial production, capacity, and utilization that are not contained
in the G.17 release. Historical data for these series are available on the Board’s website
(www.federalreserve.gov/releases/g17/download.htm).

Tables
1. Industrial Production: Industry Subtotals, Individual Series, and Market Groups
2. Capacity Utilization: Manufacturing, Mining, and Utilities
3. Industrial Capacity: Manufacturing, Mining, and Utilities

1

Table 1
I NDUSTRIAL P RODUCTION : I NDUSTRY S UBTOTALS AND I NDIVIDUAL S ERIES
Index, 2002 = 100
Item
Oil and gas extraction
Crude petroleum and natural
gas extraction
Crude oil
Natural gas
Natural gas liquid extraction
Mining (except oil and gas)
Coal mining
Metal ore mining
Iron ore mining
Gold ore and silver ore mining
Copper, nickel, lead, and zinc mining
Nonmetallic mineral mining
and quarrying
Support activities for mining
Drilling oil and gas wells
Electric power generation, transmission
and distribution
Electric power generation
Hydroelectric power generation
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
Industrial gas sales
Residential gas sales
Gas transmission
Food
Animal food
Grain and oilseed milling
Sugar and confectionery product
Fruit and vegetable preserving
and specialty food
Dairy product
Dairy product (except frozen)
Fluid milk
Creamery butter
Cheese
Dry, condensed, and evaporated
dairy product
Ice cream and frozen dessert
Animal slaughtering and processing
Animal (except poultry)
slaughtering and meat
Beef
Pork
Miscellaneous meats
Poultry processing
Bakeries and tortilla
Other food
Coffee and tea
Beverage and tobacco product
Beverage
Soft drink and ice
Breweries
Tobacco
Textile mills
Fiber, yarn, and thread mills
Fabric mills
Textile and fabric finishing
and fabric coating
Textile product mills
Textile furnishings mills
Carpet and rug mills
Other textile product mills

2006
IP
Proportion1

2006
Dec.

2007
Jan.

p

2006
Dec.

Not seasonally adjusted
2007
Jan.
Feb.r
Mar.r
Apr.r

Feb.

211

5.39

96.7

95.4

95.1

95.8

95.6

96.1

95.9

95.6

95.2

96.9

96.5

96.6

211111
211111pt.
211111pt.
211112

5.00
2.03
2.97
.38

96.9
90.9
101.6
94.1

95.7
89.5
100.6
90.7

95.5
88.1
101.2
90.9

96.0
88.7
101.6
93.9

95.7
87.5

96.2
87.6

95.6
88.4
101.1
90.7

97.1
89.8
102.8
94.5

96.7
88.8

94.6

96.1
89.2
101.4
89.4

96.7
88.1

94.6

96.1
90.6
100.4
92.6

94.4

95.3

212
2121
2122
21221
21222
21223

1.77
.73
.44
.04
.11
.22

107.4
105.3
107.4
94.1
98.6
106.3

100.2
102.4
101.2
91.3
81.1
105.4

99.2
102.1
106.0
106.7
87.6
107.1

101.4
102.7
106.6
87.2
89.0
109.9

100.2
101.1
105.9
102.8
88.5
106.9

102.1
104.1
107.5

91.4
103.7
97.0
90.9
72.1
101.9

91.0
103.9
102.8
100.4
80.4
106.0

96.8
104.0
108.1
83.0
92.7
110.9

99.5
102.3
103.3
99.7
82.4
106.0

103.6
100.4
104.4

91.9
107.6

102.3
103.1
110.3
88.3
107.2
107.5

2123

.60

107.6

94.8

88.6

93.8

92.8

93.5

92.9

70.8

65.0

77.5

91.2

104.3

213
213111

1.43
.72

150.8
170.3

150.4
172.6

152.2
173.7

151.9
173.0

149.7
170.6

148.0
168.4

148.8
168.9

147.6
168.5

150.6
171.3

150.8
170.8

149.4
169.4

149.6
169.5

2211
22111
221111

8.04
3.25
.23

105.8
102.7
94.4

108.1
105.7
117.7

114.1
109.6
89.6

106.8
103.5

109.0
105.3

109.2
105.5

106.6
103.7
97.0

112.3
109.2
117.5

109.6
109.2
92.3

100.0
96.4

94.9
93.2

101.7
100.0

221112,9
221113

1.65
1.36

104.9
101.4

104.5
104.9

115.3
105.9

102.3
106.4

105.9
111.7

111.8
109.0

22112

4.79

108.1

109.8

117.3

108.6

114.5

109.8

102.7

96.1

102.9

22112pt.
22112pt.
22112pt.

1.92
.83
2.05

116.2
100.8
103.7

120.4
104.6
102.6

122.1
100.9
119.8

112.9
98.8
109.1

116.8
100.1
118.7

110.9
94.9
115.2

2212
2212pt.
2212pt.
2212pt.
2212pt.

1.51
.27
.13
.71
.41

87.0
87.0
93.4
83.5
89.2

91.0
91.0
96.4
88.5
91.5

114.2
114.8
102.6
116.9
109.3

94.7
96.0
93.6
94.5
91.9

104.7

95.7

131.6
133.2
91.7
150.1
110.2

167.0
171.2
96.8
199.7
127.3

183.3
191.3
94.0
223.7
133.0

134.6
141.8
90.6
153.5
109.7

98.8

65.1

311
3111
3112
3113

8.06
.53
.79
.49

109.8
128.9
107.7
101.4

110.0
129.0
110.1
102.8

110.8
133.8
108.4
103.4

111.6
135.6
108.7
108.4

111.8
134.6
109.3
104.7

111.5
135.7
110.9
103.1

110.1
133.7
109.2
114.0

107.4
132.0
109.2
106.5

107.9
133.8
108.2
104.1

109.1
133.6
108.5
102.2

108.5
132.2
106.3
92.8

110.0
133.3
108.3
95.1

3114
3115
31151
311511
311512
311513

.95
.83
.67
.33
.01
.18

99.2
107.3
109.0
109.9
102.0
110.1

99.7
108.4
109.5
110.4
95.8
112.7

100.7
105.7
106.1
109.6
98.8
109.7

102.8
107.6
107.0
110.5
97.9
109.6

103.5
108.7
108.2
110.3
101.8
109.4

103.8
108.7
108.1

95.3
100.7
107.5
107.6
111.2
111.7

90.3
104.0
108.1
110.1
115.3
111.1

89.0
107.7
109.2
111.8
116.6
111.5

92.1
112.1
111.7
113.9
107.9
112.6

93.6
116.3
114.4
114.8
111.9
111.5

95.9
116.8
115.5

311514
31152
3116

.15
.16
1.76

106.1
101.1
111.6

104.8
104.6
109.6

95.6
104.6
112.0

97.7
110.5
109.8

102.9
110.8
111.5

101.8
74.1
107.7

99.9
88.0
108.1

100.6
101.9
109.6

105.8
113.9
109.0

115.8
123.9
109.4

311611–3
311611–3pt.
311611–3pt.
311611–3pt.
311615
3118
3119
31192

.88
.51
.35
.01
.88
1.19
1.39
.13

106.6
103.5
112.3
84.5
117.1
105.8
120.4
104.9

105.9
101.0
114.3
85.9
113.6
104.3
121.9
105.0

107.8
105.2
112.4
87.0
116.7
104.7
123.6
106.2

104.3
98.2
114.3
92.1
115.7
106.6
124.4
105.8

107.4
103.0
115.3
82.3
116.0
104.0
126.3
107.2

106.5

104.6
97.0
117.3
89.6
111.1
109.6
124.0
106.9

103.8
96.4
116.5
84.4
112.6
100.7
119.4
103.4

104.5
98.8
114.1
87.9
115.1
101.2
119.7
102.9

104.1
96.3
116.6
99.5
114.4
104.1
121.1
103.8

103.8
97.6
114.2
84.7
115.5
101.1
123.6
106.5

104.8

312
3121
31211
31212
3122

2.74
1.58
.77
.45
1.16

119.7
127.9
144.4
110.7
110.6

119.5
127.3
142.9
108.8
110.8

116.6
128.4
145.6
107.1
103.2

117.1
131.6
145.0

117.5
132.2
148.8

117.0
132.9
147.1

118.4
136.8
147.3

98.7

118.3
127.2
138.1
105.4
108.4

117.6
132.9
149.2

100.8

113.2
120.3
137.4
102.9
105.2

118.6
128.6
139.1

100.5

104.5
121.6
138.5
91.5
84.7

107.3

100.2

97.3

313
3131
3132

.56
.12
.30

79.8
80.9
80.9

77.1
81.2
76.9

77.2
79.8
77.0

76.5
78.9
75.9

76.7
83.0
75.7

77.1

76.3
83.7
75.4

76.4
81.8
75.0

77.4
82.5
75.9

77.1
85.3
75.5

77.8

75.0

77.7
68.6
80.9

3133

.15

76.5

74.1

75.4

75.7

74.0

75.7

77.5

72.8

75.0

76.7

74.1

75.5

314
3141
31411
3149

.49
.29
.19
.20

101.1
95.4
99.5
110.9

102.4
94.6
98.5
115.6

101.8
93.4
99.4
116.2

100.9
91.3

101.0
90.9

100.2
89.3

98.4
84.6

118.8

100.4
93.9
99.8
111.7

106.1
98.5

118.1

99.5
91.7
94.9
112.8

102.0
93.9

117.3

91.7
80.4
73.5
111.0

116.0

119.1

121.9

NAICS

Seasonally adjusted
r

Mar.

109.2

r Revised. p Preliminary.
1. The IP proportion data are estimates of the industries’ relative contributions to overall IP growth in the following year.

2

r

Apr.

r

111.6

May

111.9

110.6

103.3
125.4
106.4

Mayp

87.0
105.9

110.5

102.6
125.0
106.2

75.4

Table 1 (continued)
I NDUSTRIAL P RODUCTION : I NDUSTRY S UBTOTALS AND I NDIVIDUAL S ERIES
Index, 2002 = 100
Item

NAICS

2006
IP
Proportion1

Seasonally adjusted
2006
Dec.

2007
Jan.

Not seasonally adjusted

Feb.r

Mar.r

Apr.r

Mayp

2006
Dec.

2007
Jan.

Feb.r

Mar.r

Apr.r

Mayp

Apparel

315

.54

77.4

78.8

77.8

76.8

77.7

77.8

77.1

76.7

77.2

77.2

77.7

77.9

Leather and allied product

316

.09

97.1

97.6

98.0

99.9

96.9

99.5

99.0

95.5

96.6

101.0

97.8

101.4

321
3211
3212,9

1.39
.32
1.07

100.3
98.3
101.0

98.5
97.0
99.0

97.7
95.5
98.5

97.1

97.7

97.5

97.6

98.9

95.9
99.0
95.0

98.4

99.1

94.8
96.3
94.4

96.4

99.3

94.0
86.1
96.4

97.8

98.6

99.3

3212
321211,2
321219
3219
32191
32192
32199
321991

.33
.09
.12
.73
.36
.09
.29
.09

98.5
102.1
100.7
102.0
110.9
94.7
93.4
60.9

98.5
102.2
96.7
99.3
107.6
92.5
91.1
58.7

99.6
102.2
104.9
98.0
107.0
92.2
88.7
59.0

97.6

98.7

98.2

99.0

98.4
99.2
103.9
96.7
93.8

98.1
104.1
109.7
93.7
101.4
90.2
85.2
55.9

102.3

99.8
99.2
105.5
93.9
92.9

93.2
96.9
96.9
95.0
103.3
89.8
86.3
51.4

97.4

98.8
100.1
107.8
93.3
92.6
62.9

88.0
88.3
87.3
100.1
110.4
93.6
89.7
50.5

100.8
98.0
105.1
91.9
91.0
60.8

111.8
96.9
102.3
90.6
92.0

95.5
99.4
104.5
96.9
93.6

322
3221
32211
32212
322121
32213
3222
32221

2.61
1.34
.06
.93
.87
.36
1.27
.61

99.5
101.9
95.2
106.2
106.7
93.1
97.1
95.1

96.4
97.4
93.2
101.0
101.8
89.8
95.4
94.6

97.5
98.2
94.1
101.8
102.6
90.4
96.8
95.4

97.2
97.9
93.0
101.9
103.3
89.5
96.6

96.7
97.4
95.7
100.5
101.6
90.5
96.0

96.1
95.7

95.4
98.0
93.5
102.6
103.0
88.2
92.7
87.3

96.7
98.1
93.6
102.3
102.9
89.1
95.3
92.8

98.6
99.7
94.4
103.9
104.8
90.6
97.6
95.7

98.0
98.8
92.7
103.0
104.6
89.8
97.2

97.6
97.6
95.2
101.0
101.9
90.1
97.5

94.3
94.1
94.7

32222
32223,9

.31
.35

105.6
94.2

102.5
91.6

108.8
90.1

107.9
89.6

103.1
90.1

106.6
90.1

104.8
92.2

104.4
92.6

109.1
92.0

108.0
90.5

103.0
89.4

104.9
88.2

323

2.05

106.3

105.6

106.0

105.6

105.0

103.8

108.2

104.4

105.2

105.5

103.8

103.3

Petroleum and coal products
Petroleum refineries
Aviation fuel and kerosene
Distillate fuel oil
Automotive gasoline
Residual fuel oil
Other refinery output
Paving, roofing, and other
petroleum and coal

324
32411
32411pt.
32411pt.
32411pt.
32411pt.
32411pt.

3.83
3.34
.40
.81
1.66
.13
.34

108.9
109.4
100.5
120.7
108.1
110.7
103.9

113.0
113.7
102.4
126.5
112.6
113.3
107.3

110.0
110.7
101.1
124.6
108.3
112.3
105.8

111.7
112.8
98.0
125.6
111.5
118.0
109.4

108.4
108.7

110.9
111.2

104.0
105.9
97.3
116.4
105.0
115.4
96.0

106.4
108.3
96.1
120.1
106.3
116.5
105.4

113.6
114.1

108.3

107.0
109.0
101.2
120.7
108.8
118.0
92.4

108.7
110.0

109.0

109.9
111.9
104.7
124.5
112.1
116.5
92.3

114.1

118.0

32412,9

.49

104.3

107.4

104.1

103.7

105.6

107.7

96.3

93.4

91.0

93.8

99.4

108.6

Chemical
Basic chemical
Organic chemicals
Basic inorganic chemicals
Industrial gas
Synthetic dye and pigment
Other basic inorganic chemical
Alkalies and chlorine
All other basic inorganic
chemical
Acids, phosphates, and
sulfates
Misc. inorganic chemicals
Resin, synthetic rubber, and
synthetic fibers
Resin and synthetic rubber
Plastics material and resin
Synthetic rubber
Artificial and synthetic
fibers and filaments
Pesticide, fertilizer, and
other agricultural
Pharmaceutical and medicine
Paints, soaps and toiletries,
and other chemical
Paints and other chemical products
Paint, coating, and adhesive
Paint and coating
Soaps and toiletries

325
3251
32511,9
32512–8
32512
32513
32518
325181

11.81
2.93
2.02
.91
.14
.15
.62
.13

110.5
113.8
122.0
101.5
107.1
109.5
97.9
107.3

109.9
113.5
121.2
102.0
106.6
107.7
99.1
112.0

110.1
115.6
124.9
101.3
106.2
105.6
98.6
112.7

110.2
118.4
128.8
101.8
106.0
105.3
99.5
111.6

110.5
117.0
126.6
102.0
105.8
103.8
100.0
118.9

110.3
115.9
125.3
101.3
105.8
104.6
98.9

110.1
114.8
121.7
105.0
106.2
111.6
102.7
106.8

109.2
113.9
120.0
105.6
105.7
106.9
104.5
114.8

110.4
115.5
123.3
103.9
105.5
104.4
102.7
112.8

111.1
118.5
127.9
104.0
105.6
102.8
103.2
113.1

111.0
117.9
126.7
104.6
106.1
102.1
104.0
120.3

111.7
115.7
125.8
99.8
106.7
103.9
96.8

325188

.47

95.6

96.1

95.2

96.5

95.5

94.6

101.8

102.5

100.5

101.1

100.3

92.2

325188pt.
325188pt.

.06
.24

117.2
84.4

118.6
86.3

119.3
87.6

119.4
88.0

118.8
87.6

118.5
87.4

118.3
85.3

119.7
87.0

120.2
87.8

119.7
87.9

118.5
87.1

118.0
86.5

3252
32521
325211
325212

1.15
1.03
.95
.09

105.2
108.2
107.9
108.9

106.7
109.0
108.7
109.9

107.2
110.0
109.5
113.1

108.8
111.9

108.1
110.7

107.9
110.7

106.8
109.5

115.5

110.6
113.4
113.3
113.1

108.3
110.7

114.7

106.8
109.5
108.9
113.8

110.3
113.2

112.9

98.9
102.0
100.9
111.4

115.6

114.6

117.4

32522

.11

81.8

88.5

85.2

85.2

75.3

85.9

89.0

88.2

3253
3254

.51
4.32

106.5
110.0

107.4
108.9

108.8
107.7

108.0
107.0

107.2
108.3

106.1
108.4

107.2
110.3

108.1
108.1

110.7
108.2

110.1
108.8

111.2
108.3

109.1
110.9

3255–9
3255,9
3255
32551
3256

2.90
1.37
.63
.48
1.53

112.3
100.3
107.4
105.2
123.9

111.1
99.7
105.5
103.5
122.3

111.1
99.8
101.5
97.2
122.2

109.6
97.6
98.7
94.1
121.3

110.3
97.7
100.4
95.6
122.8

110.7
99.0
102.2
97.1
122.2

111.5
96.7
98.0
92.0
126.3

109.0
96.3
97.6
93.7
121.6

109.9
97.7
97.6
92.6
121.8

109.4
98.0
98.5
94.8
120.5

110.8
99.3
104.6
102.3
122.1

112.8
103.4
111.5
108.8
121.6

326
3261
3262
32621
32622,9

3.46
2.89
.57
.24
.33

105.6
107.9
94.3
81.6
105.0

106.3
108.5
95.8
83.9
105.8

105.5
106.9
98.7
88.9
106.9

107.0
108.2
101.1
92.3
108.4

108.4
109.6
102.8
96.0
108.4

109.3
110.7
102.9
96.6
108.2

105.7
109.1
89.4
67.9
107.5

105.5
107.3
96.6
85.7
105.8

104.8
105.5
101.5
95.7
106.4

107.1
107.9
102.9
94.9
109.6

108.6
109.6
103.7
97.0
109.2

109.7
111.2
102.5
95.0
108.8

Wood product
Sawmills and wood preservation
Plywood and misc. wood products
Veneer, plywood, and engineered
wood product
Veneer and plywood
Reconstituted wood product
Other wood product
Millwork
Wood container and pallet
All other wood product
Manufactured home
Paper
Pulp, paper, and paperboard mills
Pulp mills
Paper mills
Paper (except newsprint) mills
Paperboard mills
Converted paper product
Paperboard container
Paper bag and coated and
treated paper
Other converted paper products
Printing and related support
activities

Plastics and rubber products
Plastics product
Rubber product
Tire
Rubber products ex. tires

r Revised. p Preliminary.
1. The IP proportion data are estimates of the industries’ relative contributions to overall IP growth in the following year.

3

97.5
96.5

94.6

Table 1 (continued)
I NDUSTRIAL P RODUCTION : I NDUSTRY S UBTOTALS AND I NDIVIDUAL S ERIES
Index, 2002 = 100
Item
Nonmetallic mineral product
Clay, lime, gypsum, and misc.
nonmetallic mineral
Clay and misc. nonmetallic
mineral products
Clay product and refractory
Pottery, ceramics,
and plumbing fixture
Clay building material
and refractories
Other nonmetallic mineral product
Lime and gypsum product
Glass and glass product
Glass container
Cement and concrete product
Cement
Concrete and product
Primary metal
Iron and steel products
Pig iron
Raw steel
Coke and products
Construction steel
Consumer durable steel
Can and closure steel
Equipment steel
Miscellaneous steel
Alumina and aluminum production
and processing
Primary aluminum production
Secondary smelting and alloying
of aluminum
Misc. aluminum materials
Aluminum extruded product
Nonferrous metal (except aluminum)
production and processing
Nonferrous metal (except aluminum)
smelting and refining
Primary smelting and refining
of copper
Primary smelting and refining
of nonferrous
Foundries
Fabricated metal product
Forging and stamping
Cutlery and handtool
Architectural and structural metals
Hardware
Spring and wire product
Machine shops; turned product;
and screw, nut, and bolt
Coating, engraving, heat treating,
and allied
Other fabricated metal product
Ball and roller bearing
Machinery
Agriculture, construction,
and mining machinery
Agricultural implement
Farm machinery and equipment
Construction machinery
Mining and oil and gas field
machinery
Industrial machinery
Commercial and service industry
machinery and other
HVAC, metalworking, and power
transmission machinery
Ventilation, heating, air-conditioning, and
commercial refrigeration equipment
Metalworking machinery
Engine, turbine, and power
transmission equipment

2006
IP
Proportion1

2006
Dec.

2007
Jan.

p

May

2006
Dec.

Not seasonally adjusted
2007
Jan.
Feb.r
Mar.r
Apr.r

Feb.

Mayp

327

2.43

111.0

109.8

106.5

108.3

108.1

108.6

105.6

101.1

99.1

104.5

108.3

111.8

3271,4,9

.80

108.1

109.7

108.6

107.8

108.8

108.8

107.0

107.9

106.8

106.8

109.7

110.4

3271,9
3271

.63
.21

109.8
99.1

109.4
95.2

108.7
91.0

107.5
88.2

109.2
89.8

109.0
90.1

110.6
98.9

107.0
95.4

106.8
91.9

106.6
90.1

109.0
91.2

110.7
91.5

32711

.08

94.8

93.6

89.0

84.3

87.1

87.1

97.3

92.5

87.1

84.3

86.5

87.0

32712
3279
3274
3272
327213
3273
32731
32732–9

.13
.41
.17
.44
.08
1.20
.23
.97

102.3
116.1
103.4
97.0
94.0
119.4
116.4
120.2

96.6
117.7
112.1
97.9
88.7
115.5
114.4
115.9

92.6
118.9
109.9
98.3
86.5
109.1
105.8
110.0

91.1
118.8
110.4
99.7
88.3
112.8
106.3
114.4

91.8
120.5
108.8
101.0
91.1
111.1
107.0
112.1

92.4
120.1
109.6
100.3

100.3
117.4
95.6
95.3
73.9
109.5
89.7
114.6

97.5
113.8
112.6
97.0
88.0
98.7
78.0
104.1

95.4
115.4
108.7
99.3
90.5
94.3
83.5
97.1

94.3
116.1
109.4
100.6
91.1
104.9
97.7
106.9

94.6
119.3
114.1
101.1
94.0
110.9
114.7
110.1

94.8
121.9
111.0
100.0

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

3.25
1.66
.14
.10
.03
.20
.21
.03
.11
.83

102.7
99.5
89.5
99.6
102.6
114.1
104.3
74.4
113.7
96.1

107.1
107.6
87.8
108.0
103.2
114.1
110.4
76.0
114.2
110.3

107.6
109.2
84.4
113.9
104.2
119.1
113.7
68.9
114.1
111.8

109.0
111.2
89.4
111.5
105.2
116.1
111.8
73.9
115.2
116.0

111.2
113.9
94.6
114.3
106.8
117.5
125.8
88.3
122.6
114.3

112.8
117.5

98.6
91.3
82.6
96.8
101.1
97.5
89.9
68.3
107.9
90.1

105.7
105.1
89.1
107.2
101.4
108.2
110.5
72.7
112.7
106.8

110.6
113.6
90.3
117.1
102.7
122.2
120.2
69.5
120.4
116.2

112.9
117.4
95.1
115.9
104.7
119.3
122.4
76.2
120.6
122.7

111.2
113.9
97.2
116.6
107.5
118.6
122.9
85.0
122.6
114.3

113.4
118.8

3313
331312

.38
.07

99.7
76.6

94.0
80.2

91.4
81.2

90.7
84.3

95.2
84.1

95.4
85.8

88.5
77.3

93.0
79.3

95.4
81.2

95.1
84.6

97.0
84.8

94.4
86.4

331314
331315,9
331316

.05
.16
.08

139.7
99.2
105.1

125.2
92.5
93.2

104.7
90.7
94.6

124.5
85.9
88.7

134.3
92.2
93.9

129.1
86.0
81.7

123.1
92.0
91.9

113.3
95.9
99.9

123.9
93.0
96.0

134.6
94.0
98.0

3314

.60

103.5

108.6

107.2

109.5

110.3

110.9

107.6

107.2

109.1

109.9

109.0

110.7

33141

.20

95.2

98.6

98.8

98.4

99.2

98.2

102.5

96.4

100.3

99.4

99.2

100.1

331411

.11

78.1

82.4

81.9

80.7

82.5

82.5

84.3

78.2

80.8

79.1

80.8

86.0

331419
3315

.08
.61

112.9
114.4

114.0
115.4

115.4
117.0

117.7

118.1

116.8

121.3
117.3

116.3
116.8

122.0
117.0

118.7

118.3

117.5

332
3321
3322
3323
3325
3326

5.63
.46
.20
1.33
.18
.18

109.8
116.8
89.1
110.9
84.5
95.3

109.3
116.1
87.7
110.9
82.9
93.7

109.8
116.6
85.0
111.9
82.4
96.5

110.7
118.4
86.9
114.0
81.8
97.5

110.8
115.7
84.7
114.5
82.6
99.9

110.8
115.4
82.5
114.9
82.4
101.7

110.8
118.7
91.6
112.8
85.9
96.9

108.2
117.5
88.1
108.5
83.0
93.5

108.2
116.7
84.9
107.6
81.9
95.6

110.2
119.7
87.3
111.1
82.0
97.1

110.1
115.5
84.4
112.0
82.8
98.7

111.2
115.8
82.0
114.8
83.6
102.4

3327

1.14

119.5

118.6

118.3

120.9

121.6

121.5

120.7

118.8

118.4

122.2

122.1

121.9

3328
3329
332991

.47
1.29
.15

116.8
111.4
102.0

116.3
111.9
101.4

118.2
112.8
100.7

119.6
110.6
101.2

120.5
110.3
99.6

121.4
109.8
98.6

119.1
113.3
106.3

115.2
112.0
101.3

119.0
112.1
100.0

121.2
110.7
101.2

119.6
110.2
99.5

122.0
110.0
99.9

333

5.12

122.6

116.4

115.3

117.9

116.5

115.9

116.3

115.0

117.2

122.8

119.1

118.1

3331
33311
333111
33312

1.15
.45
.35
.45

175.9
158.8
161.7
202.1

146.2
123.6
116.0
166.1

143.6
122.8
115.0
155.6

151.2
130.7
126.4
166.7

147.2
129.8
126.2
152.4

148.3
128.9
125.7
153.1

149.6
132.9
126.3
158.6

148.1
126.5
117.7
167.3

149.5
130.1
120.5
162.2

163.2
144.3
140.0
184.5

154.0
138.2
132.4
161.1

154.5
135.2
130.2
161.2

33313
3332

.25
.65

168.7
116.6

161.9
115.9

168.6
114.8

169.8
112.3

175.8
114.2

182.2
112.7

170.0
116.9

162.3
113.6

170.0
114.0

168.3
114.2

175.8
115.9

184.1
113.9

3333,9

1.65

118.9

118.4

119.5

121.1

122.3

122.1

121.3

118.3

118.7

121.2

121.6

122.2

3334–6

1.67

104.1

101.7

99.4

102.6

98.7

97.3

96.9

98.1

102.9

109.7

102.7

100.0

3334
3335

.60
.57

97.3
114.2

93.4
113.0

94.4
111.9

99.8
112.2

93.7
111.5

92.3
110.3

83.0
117.8

84.8
112.7

104.1
109.4

119.8
110.4

105.1
109.8

97.8
110.9

3336

.50

102.1

100.2

92.8

96.5

92.0

90.3

91.5

98.4

95.2

97.7

92.9

91.8

NAICS

Seasonally adjusted
r

Mar.

r

r Revised. p Preliminary.
1. The IP proportion data are estimates of the industries’ relative contributions to overall IP growth in the following year.

4

Apr.

r

112.6
113.8

109.4

118.2
117.9

110.7

Table 1 (continued)
I NDUSTRIAL P RODUCTION : I NDUSTRY S UBTOTALS AND I NDIVIDUAL S ERIES
Index, 2002 = 100
Item
Computer and electronic product
Computer and peripheral equipment
Communications equipment
Audio and video equipment
Semiconductor and other electronic
component
Navigational, measuring, electromedical
and control
Electrical equipment, appliance,
and component
Household appliance
Small electrical appliance
Major appliance
Electrical equipment except
appliances
Electric lighting equipment
Electrical equipment
Other electrical equipment and
component
Battery
Communication and energy
wire and cable
Other electrical equipment
Transportation equipment
Motor vehicle
Automobile and light duty
motor vehicle
Automobile
Light truck and utility vehicle
Heavy duty truck
Motor vehicle body and trailer
Truck trailer
Motor home
Travel trailer and camper
Motor vehicle parts
Aerospace product and parts
Aircraft and parts
Railroad eq., ships and boats,
and other
Railroad rolling stock
Ship and boat building
Other transportation equipment

2006
IP
Proportion1

2006
Dec.

2007
Jan.

p

May

2006
Dec.

Not seasonally adjusted
2007
Jan.
Feb.r
Mar.r
Apr.r

Feb.

Mayp

334
3341
3342
3343

7.51
1.20
1.06
.10

181.7
166.6
157.8
176.3

181.3
171.3
161.1
172.3

181.5
176.6
165.1
184.4

182.2
179.8
168.8
149.6

183.3
181.6
168.6
171.0

184.0
184.1
169.2
173.3

190.9
173.7
161.3
200.3

172.6
164.7
161.1
151.0

173.7
162.2
165.2
153.4

185.5
162.0
168.8
154.2

169.9
165.1
164.3
136.8

176.7
172.3
166.7
153.2

3344

2.60

276.8

273.8

268.1

269.3

272.6

271.8

300.9

244.0

249.6

297.1

235.3

253.7

3345

2.44

126.0

124.0

123.4

122.9

122.6

123.2

128.3

123.1

122.1

122.8

120.5

122.2

335
3352
33521
33522

2.03
.34
.06
.29

107.1
107.5
84.7
114.3

106.5
100.2
83.7
105.2

107.4
102.6
83.4
108.3

107.9
104.2
83.2
110.4

109.3
108.0
83.4
115.2

108.3
106.8
83.3
113.7

107.7
97.9
87.4
101.3

105.6
96.2
75.6
102.4

107.3
108.6
72.5
119.2

109.0
110.8
75.9
121.1

108.7
108.2
68.5
119.8

108.1
105.0
67.7
115.9

3351,3–9
3351
3353

1.69
.24
.67

106.8
100.7
114.3

107.6
102.2
115.8

108.2
102.7
117.7

108.5
102.7
118.9

109.3
103.8
121.6

108.4
100.7
121.4

109.4
104.2
117.6

107.3
101.3
116.5

106.9
103.2
116.3

108.5
103.4
118.4

108.6
103.1
120.6

108.6
100.1
120.9

3359
33591

.78
.11

102.7
106.5

102.7
99.7

102.3
107.5

101.8
106.6

101.2
107.5

100.4
108.0

104.5
106.6

101.7
92.2

100.5
102.9

102.1
108.1

100.8
103.8

101.2
108.1

33592
33593,9

.23
.45

101.9
101.9

102.0
103.4

99.6
102.1

100.4
101.1

101.3
99.3

100.6
98.3

104.3
103.8

101.8
103.7

98.2
100.8

101.0
100.9

103.6
98.2

102.4
98.7

336
3361

9.30
2.41

111.9
102.2

108.9
92.4

110.5
97.5

110.5
97.6

111.8
100.5

111.9
99.6

105.0
86.7

106.5
86.2

114.7
107.6

116.2
109.1

113.7
103.4

114.6
105.9

33611
336111
336112
33612
3362
336212
336213
336214
3363
3364
336411–3

2.29
.76
1.53
.12
.41
.09
.06
.11
2.72
2.95
2.64

100.1
98.2
100.5
161.8
119.2
175.7
97.3
116.6
100.4
131.6
130.9

90.9
94.7
88.4
137.3
112.2
157.2
93.3
112.2
97.7
133.8
133.0

96.4
89.0
99.5
125.1
111.6
146.7
101.3
111.1
98.1
135.7
134.6

96.8
85.7
101.8
115.6
110.5
145.7
100.2
111.8
99.1
136.0
135.0

100.8
87.1
107.1
83.1
108.9
141.5
98.4
114.4
99.6
136.6
135.8

99.4
85.2
105.9
99.1
107.8
137.7

84.7
91.0
81.1
129.8
106.5
141.4
83.7
109.7
97.3
133.2
132.5

106.7
97.5
110.6
129.5
111.9
147.0
100.5
116.2
103.5
135.0
133.6

108.5
94.8
114.7
118.4
121.4
152.6
123.4
130.2
105.1
135.0
134.0

103.6
89.9
109.9
86.9
118.2
148.6
102.1
142.4
102.8
135.0
134.2

105.6
89.1
113.3
105.4
109.6
139.5

113.8
99.6
138.3
137.2

85.1
82.0
86.2
129.5
107.7
155.1
92.6
87.0
91.4
134.5
133.8

121.7
102.7
137.1
136.0

3365–9
3365
3366
3369

.81
.13
.47
.20

116.7
125.2
110.5
126.1

119.6
128.4
114.3
126.6

114.6
126.3
109.9
118.0

110.1
125.8
101.0
122.5

112.4
121.9
106.2
121.4

112.1
118.3
107.6
118.8

117.0
128.8
110.1
126.2

118.8
126.6
112.7
128.6

113.3
125.1
109.4
114.4

115.3
126.4
109.7
121.5

114.6
117.3
110.5
122.7

114.2
118.7
111.0
118.4

NAICS

Seasonally adjusted
r

Mar.

r

Apr.

r

Furniture and related product
Household and institutional
furniture and kitchen
Office and other furniture

337

1.57

102.7

101.8

100.7

101.0

100.3

100.3

103.6

100.0

99.2

101.0

99.3

99.3

3371
3372,9

.88
.69

99.3
107.2

98.5
106.0

97.7
104.6

97.4
105.6

96.6
105.3

97.8
103.6

101.2
107.0

97.1
104.1

97.0
102.2

97.7
105.6

97.1
102.3

97.5
101.8

Miscellaneous
Medical equipment and supplies

339
3391

3.22
1.84

121.0
128.4

120.2
127.9

119.4
127.3

121.6
130.3

122.9
131.6

122.7
131.1

122.8
129.2

119.1
127.8

119.0
128.0

121.7
130.5

122.1
130.5

122.4
131.1

Logging

1133

.17

102.9

103.8

106.7

104.2

106.8

102.7

102.6

99.7

101.1

96.7

94.7

96.5

5111
51111

3.99
1.21

98.5
82.7

98.2
81.2

98.3
77.9

98.9
77.1

98.4
76.3

98.1
75.4

98.3
82.0

92.6
78.2

91.4
78.4

91.9
75.3

95.6
80.6

95.2
73.7

51112–9

2.78

106.8

107.2

109.0

110.4

110.1

110.0

106.8

100.2

98.2

100.6

103.4

106.4

13.03
49.12
37.86

104.3
109.9
118.0

102.8
110.3
116.5

103.6
111.6
116.8

104.4
110.5
117.2

103.7
111.1
118.0

103.5
111.1
118.0

103.5
110.5
116.0

102.7
110.7
114.2

103.6
111.6
116.5

104.9
110.9
117.9

104.2
107.9
116.9

103.3
109.1
118.1

Newspaper, periodical, book, and
directory publishers
Newspaper publishers
Periodical, book, and other
publishers
S TAGE - OF - PROCESS GROUPS ( CAPACITY 2 )
Crude
Primary and semifinished
Finished

r Revised. p Preliminary.
1. The IP proportion data are estimates of the industries’ relative contributions to overall IP growth in the following year.
2. Industrial production aggregates consistent with the stage-of-process capacity groups.

5

Table 1 (continued)
I NDUSTRIAL P RODUCTION : M ARKET G ROUP S UMMARY
Index, 2002 = 100
2006
IP
Proportion1

2006
Dec.

2007
Jan.

Feb.

100.00

112.2

111.7

112.5

112.2

57.43
41.86

112.6
113.6

111.9
112.7

113.1
114.2

Consumer goods
Durable
Automotive products
Autos and trucks, consumer
Auto parts and allied goods
Other goods
Home electronics
Appliances, furniture, and carpeting
Household appliances
Carpeting and furniture
Miscellaneous goods
Nondurable
Non-energy
Foods and tobacco
Clothing
Chemical products
Paper products
Miscellaneous goods
Energy
Fuels
Residential utilities

29.36
7.16
3.33
1.90
1.43
3.83
.36
1.23
.28
.96
2.24
22.19
16.90
9.18
.59
4.83
1.79
.50
5.29
2.54
2.76

107.8
106.2
100.6
94.2
111.2
111.7
180.7
102.2
109.1
100.2
108.4
108.2
109.8
111.8
78.9
112.9
103.3
121.0
103.7
111.3
98.0

107.4
103.1
95.2
85.7
110.6
110.8
184.6
100.5
102.0
99.9
107.4
108.7
109.7
112.1
80.4
111.8
103.3
121.1
106.1
115.9
98.7

Equipment, total
Business equipment
Transit
Business vehicles
Business light vehicles
Autos
Trucks
Information processing
Industrial and other
Industrial equipment
Other equipment
Oil and gas well drilling
and manufactured homes
Defense and space equipment

12.51
9.95
2.03
.51
.39
.13
.27
2.78
5.14
2.79
2.35

129.2
132.1
146.8
149.5
145.8
84.6
210.4
144.0
120.7
120.9
120.6

.81
1.75

Nonindustrial supplies
Construction supplies
Other business supplies
General business supplies
Commercial energy products
Materials
Non-energy
Durable
Consumer parts
Equipment parts
Computer and other
board assemblies and parts
Semiconductors, printed
circuit boards, and other
Other equipment parts
Other
Basic metals
Miscellaneous materials
Nondurable
Textile
Paper
Chemical
Other materials
Containers
Miscellaneous materials
Energy
Primary energy
Converted fuel

Item
Total index
Products and nonindustrial supplies
Final products

NAICS

Seasonally adjusted
p

May

2006
Dec.

Not seasonally adjusted
2007
Jan.
Feb.r
Mar.r
Apr.r

Mayp

112.7

112.7

111.7

111.1

112.4

112.8

110.8

111.8

112.5
113.5

113.0
114.2

112.9
114.0

112.4
113.4

111.7
113.2

113.0
115.2

112.7
114.3

110.8
111.9

111.7
112.6

109.4
104.6
98.7
91.1
111.2
110.5
196.0
99.5
104.6
97.9
106.3
110.9
109.5
111.9
79.6
110.9
104.7
120.7
115.8
112.5
119.1

108.3
105.0
99.3
91.6
111.9
110.6
191.0
99.8
106.8
97.7
107.0
109.2
109.8
112.7
78.8
110.1
105.4
123.0
107.9
115.1
102.8

109.2
106.7
102.0
95.6
112.5
111.4
198.4
99.9
109.5
97.1
107.4
109.8
110.1
112.6
79.3
111.4
105.1
124.1
109.2
110.4
108.9

108.9
106.6
101.3
94.5
112.5
111.9
201.8
100.2
108.5
97.8
107.7
109.5
109.9
112.2
79.6
111.4
105.1
123.7
108.6
112.5
106.2

108.0
101.4
90.1
80.1
106.6
112.5
204.6
97.9
97.2
97.9
109.6
110.0
107.6
107.4
78.9
113.6
103.3
121.7
117.9
115.1
121.2

108.8
99.8
91.2
79.9
109.6
108.2
184.1
98.3
98.4
98.1
104.5
111.6
106.5
107.8
78.3
110.9
98.5
120.6
127.9
111.6
142.4

111.1
106.7
104.7
100.8
111.4
108.8
182.4
101.5
113.8
97.9
103.7
112.4
107.3
109.5
79.0
111.1
97.2
120.4
128.6
107.8
146.9

109.3
109.4
108.2
102.7
117.4
110.7
176.9
103.4
118.1
99.2
106.3
109.1
108.2
110.6
79.2
111.2
98.6
123.0
111.8
109.9
114.6

106.5
107.2
104.9
98.3
115.9
109.6
165.7
101.0
113.2
97.6
106.9
106.1
108.0
109.8
79.5
111.3
100.5
123.4
99.5
111.5
91.2

106.9
107.6
105.4
100.4
113.9
109.8
171.4
98.9
108.3
96.1
108.0
106.5
109.8
111.5
79.9
113.4
102.5
124.1
95.6
114.8
81.6

126.9
128.8
144.2
132.3
130.6
81.4
182.1
144.4
115.6
117.0
114.2

127.1
129.2
144.1
134.9
137.3
76.5
201.5
146.2
115.4
117.1
113.7

127.6
130.5
144.1
132.2
136.3
73.7
202.7
147.5
117.2
118.4
116.0

127.8
130.5
143.9
128.6
140.5
75.0
209.9
147.7
117.2
118.4
116.0

128.0
130.6
145.0
129.2
137.0
73.5
204.4
148.4
116.6
118.2
114.9

128.0
130.4
142.8
125.7
124.3
70.6
181.0
146.8
117.7
119.1
116.2

125.3
127.3
141.4
123.9
121.9
78.2
167.5
141.5
115.1
116.7
113.2

126.2
128.5
146.2
147.7
152.2
83.7
224.7
141.8
115.4
116.9
113.8

127.8
131.1
146.4
146.1
153.1
81.5
229.2
143.7
119.0
120.2
117.8

126.7
129.6
143.7
132.7
144.6
77.4
216.0
142.8
117.8
118.8
116.7

127.9
130.7
146.0
137.6
145.9
76.8
219.3
146.1
117.5
119.5
115.3

140.7
112.5

142.0
113.9

142.8
113.0

143.2
109.9

141.7
111.1

139.8
113.0

136.6
114.8

136.5
113.2

139.5
112.4

140.1
109.2

139.8
109.7

139.5
112.2

15.57
4.55
11.02
8.27
2.74

110.1
109.7
110.3
110.6
110.0

110.0
108.4
110.6
109.9
113.7

110.2
106.8
111.5
109.9
117.6

109.7
107.9
110.5
110.7
110.7

109.9
107.9
110.7
110.6
111.9

110.0
108.4
110.6
110.2
112.5

109.9
105.8
111.6
111.3
113.2

107.7
101.9
110.1
107.3
119.5

107.4
101.1
110.0
107.7
117.8

108.4
105.1
109.7
109.6
110.6

107.7
107.2
107.9
109.5
103.5

109.3
110.6
108.7
109.2
107.7

42.57
30.80
19.15
3.30
6.64

111.7
116.6
124.7
98.5
170.8

111.3
115.9
124.4
96.8
169.8

111.8
116.0
123.9
97.1
168.6

111.9
116.9
125.1
98.2
169.5

112.4
117.3
125.8
98.5
170.0

112.4
117.3
126.1
98.4
169.8

110.8
115.1
123.4
89.0
176.4

110.2
113.3
120.7
96.4
162.7

111.6
115.5
123.3
104.0
163.9

113.1
118.9
128.6
106.6
175.7

110.9
116.5
124.5
102.9
161.7

111.9
117.4
126.4
102.0
166.4

.42

123.5

125.8

122.0

117.2

117.3

118.2

128.5

118.6

117.3

110.8

105.5

113.3

2.03
4.19
9.21
3.14
6.08
11.64
.60
2.30
5.49
3.24
.97
2.28
11.77
7.98
3.79

318.5
124.4
107.3
102.6
109.9
104.2
83.3
103.2
108.7
104.1
95.0
108.4
100.2
99.5
101.3

314.3
123.9
107.8
105.6
109.0
103.2
81.1
100.1
108.9
102.9
93.4
107.4
100.5
99.5
102.1

309.5
123.8
107.5
106.3
108.2
103.9
81.3
101.0
110.1
102.7
93.2
107.1
101.9
98.9
108.0

314.0
124.5
108.8
108.2
109.3
104.4
80.9
100.7
111.3
103.2
93.6
107.6
100.1
98.9
102.4

318.3
124.2
109.6
109.0
110.1
104.4
81.2
99.9
110.8
104.3
94.6
108.9
100.8
98.8
104.8

317.1
124.1
110.3
110.4
110.4
104.0
81.7
98.8
110.4
104.3
94.4
108.9
100.8
99.3
103.6

347.1
124.3
105.7
100.9
108.4
102.5
81.2
101.2
107.2
102.2
86.9
109.3
100.6
99.5
102.7

278.0
123.3
104.6
104.0
105.1
102.0
80.1
100.2
107.8
100.7
89.9
105.6
102.7
100.9
106.4

285.3
123.4
105.9
108.2
104.8
103.5
80.2
101.6
109.8
101.7
91.6
106.3
102.4
99.6
108.0

350.1
125.1
108.8
111.3
107.8
104.3
81.6
101.1
111.3
102.3
93.3
106.3
99.3
98.7
100.4

274.7
123.8
109.4
108.8
110.0
104.4
81.5
99.5
110.8
104.6
97.0
108.0
97.6
97.7
97.3

295.7
124.5
111.0
109.9
111.7
103.9
82.5
97.4
111.1
103.6
94.7
107.7
98.7
99.2
97.6

r

Mar.

r

r Revised. p Preliminary.
1. The IP proportion data are estimates of the industries’ relative contributions to overall IP growth in the following year.

6

Apr.

r

Table 2
C APACITY U TILIZATION : M ANUFACTURING , M INING , AND U TILITIES
Percent of capacity, seasonally adjusted

Item

2006
Proportion

19722006
Ave.

1982
Low

19881989
High

19901991
Low

19941995
High

20012002
Low

2006
May

2006
Dec.

2007
Jan.

Feb.r

Mar.r

Apr.r

Mayp

100.00

81.0

70.8

85.0

78.5

85.1

73.6

81.7

81.6

81.1

81.6

81.2

81.5

81.3

12.41
48.00
39.59

86.5
82.2
77.8

77.4
67.9
71.1

88.1
86.5
82.8

84.4
77.9
76.8

89.5
88.2
80.5

82.0
74.6
70.0

88.9
83.6
77.2

89.6
81.7
79.0

88.2
81.9
77.9

88.9
82.7
77.9

89.5
81.7
78.1

88.9
82.0
78.5

88.7
81.8
78.4

321
327
331
3311,2
332
333
334
3341
3342

82.52
78.53
42.55
1.41
2.34
2.86
1.35
5.63
5.14
8.43
1.39
1.29

79.8
79.6
78.0
80.2
79.5
80.8
82.3
77.3
78.7
78.3
78.1
75.4

68.5
67.8
62.9
59.4
62.7
47.0
38.0
61.8
58.0
76.9
67.3
82.3

85.4
85.3
84.5
88.2
85.1
93.8
98.2
81.6
85.2
81.4
79.9
80.8

77.1
76.9
73.3
72.7
71.8
74.6
71.3
72.6
73.9
75.9
68.2
73.0

84.6
84.7
84.2
87.7
84.1
95.6
99.9
85.1
87.6
84.3
84.2
86.6

71.6
71.0
68.1
71.0
75.8
68.5
69.9
69.2
63.7
58.6
62.8
40.2

80.3
80.1
79.0
83.7
83.6
90.5
98.8
79.5
78.4
75.9
75.5
70.8

80.5
80.3
78.9
74.8
80.3
80.4
78.0
79.9
82.9
77.1
79.4
74.5

79.8
79.6
77.6
73.4
79.3
83.9
84.3
79.5
78.5
76.0
81.1
75.9

79.6
79.4
77.5
72.8
76.8
84.2
85.4
79.8
77.6
75.3
82.8
77.6

80.0
79.8
77.9
72.3
78.0
85.4
86.8
80.3
79.2
74.7
83.1
79.2

80.0
79.8
78.1
72.8
77.7
87.0
88.7
80.3
78.1
74.3
82.5
78.9

79.9
79.7
77.9
72.6
78.0
88.2
91.3
80.2
77.6
73.8
82.1
79.0

334412–9

2.80

80.6

76.5

82.9

78.2

93.5

58.1

80.9

80.9

78.1

74.8

73.7

73.1

71.6

335
336
3361–3
33611

1.90
9.88
5.92
2.60

83.2
75.5
77.5
77.8

64.6
56.4
44.9
39.6

89.1
86.7
89.7
94.6

77.0
67.6
56.0
53.7

93.1
79.5
89.0
89.5

71.8
68.6
68.9
73.6

85.7
76.3
76.8
73.1

85.1
77.4
76.4
72.3

84.5
75.4
72.1
65.9

85.2
76.5
74.0
70.3

85.4
76.6
74.6
71.0

86.4
77.6
75.9
74.5

85.6
77.8
75.8
74.0

3364–9
337
339

3.96
1.61
3.36

72.5
78.5
76.7

69.0
65.5
68.9

87.1
82.2
82.5

81.1
67.6
77.3

68.5
82.9
81.3

62.8
67.8
70.6

75.6
80.2
77.5

79.2
77.8
79.2

80.5
77.1
78.5

80.5
76.2
77.6

79.8
76.5
78.8

80.3
76.0
79.3

80.9
75.9
78.9

311
312
313
314
315
316
322
323
324
325
325211
325212

35.98
7.80
2.87
.60
.49
.60
.11
2.46
2.08
3.77
12.01
.83
.10

81.7
82.4
79.4
82.1
82.5
79.3
75.5
87.8
83.7
86.2
78.3
87.0
76.4

75.6
80.5
77.8
72.8
71.4
77.0
75.5
81.3
80.3
70.7
67.7
63.0
54.6

86.8
85.8
87.2
91.5
90.6
85.5
79.0
92.5
91.8
89.0
85.1
93.0
93.9

81.6
83.3
74.6
77.9
75.7
77.5
70.4
86.1
82.6
83.1
80.1
80.5
71.9

85.4
84.0
86.7
93.2
88.5
88.4
81.4
92.0
86.4
90.6
81.4
103.5
86.3

74.9
77.0
64.8
65.9
72.3
60.1
53.7
78.9
72.7
83.7
70.2
80.8
52.4

81.5
82.2
77.4
76.0
82.2
74.0
70.1
84.6
79.7
89.4
78.3
92.0
64.1

82.0
83.9
79.1
75.2
75.9
75.1
67.2
86.4
81.4
89.9
78.2
88.4
73.5

82.0
84.0
78.8
72.9
76.8
76.7
67.7
83.7
80.7
93.4
77.7
89.2
74.2

81.7
84.4
76.7
73.3
76.4
76.0
68.1
84.7
80.8
91.0
77.8
90.0
76.4

82.1
85.0
76.9
73.0
75.6
75.3
69.5
84.5
80.4
92.4
77.8

81.9
84.9
77.0
73.6
75.7
76.4
67.5
84.1
79.8
89.7
77.9

81.9
84.6
76.5
74.3
75.1
76.7
69.4
83.6
78.8
91.8
77.7

76.3

77.6

78.2

32522
326

.12
3.20

81.6
83.9

63.4
71.8

94.4
89.8

76.0
76.4

91.0
91.9

57.2
75.1

83.8
87.4

72.8
85.3

79.2
85.7

76.7
84.8

77.2
85.8

86.8

87.3

1133,5111

3.99

84.7

86.3

91.0

80.6

83.3

81.3

83.9

84.0

83.8

83.9

84.2

83.9

83.4

21
211
212
2121
2122
2123
213
2211,2
2211
2212

8.25
5.31
1.69
.68
.44
.57
1.25
9.23
7.49
1.74

87.4
92.0
83.9
86.0
78.8
83.0
75.0
86.7
88.1
79.9

78.7
89.5
67.7
76.3
32.2
64.1
49.9
77.6
78.8
71.7

86.1
92.0
90.4
92.5
90.9
89.5
61.8
92.7
94.1
86.4

83.5
89.6
80.0
79.5
81.2
75.8
52.7
84.0
86.8
67.3

88.9
94.8
86.9
87.0
90.3
90.8
78.2
93.7
96.4
87.6

84.8
89.0
79.0
78.5
68.4
80.0
63.7
83.8
86.3
70.4

91.2
91.1
87.7
91.8
79.8
88.2
95.6
85.5
87.9
75.0

92.3
94.0
85.5
85.9
82.0
87.2
91.7
81.8
84.2
70.4

90.1
92.7
79.7
83.5
77.1
76.8
90.9
83.7
85.8
73.6

89.9
92.4
78.9
83.3
80.9
71.8
91.5
90.7
90.4
92.4

90.6
93.1
80.7
83.8
81.4
76.0
90.9
83.1
84.5
76.6

90.0
92.9
79.7
82.4
81.0
75.1
89.3
85.8
86.1
84.7

90.5
93.3
81.3
84.8
82.3
75.7
87.9
84.7
86.2
77.4

5.48

78.0

74.6

80.8

74.2

87.4

56.2

77.3

79.4

78.6

77.7

77.5

77.0

76.1

77.04

79.9

68.1

85.9

77.2

84.5

72.8

80.6

80.7

80.1

80.0

80.4

80.4

80.4

71.13

80.1

69.4

85.6

79.2

84.1

72.6

81.0

81.1

80.8

80.5

80.9

80.8

80.8

NAICS

Total industry
S TAGE - OF - PROCESS G ROUPS
Crude
Primary and semifinished
Finished
I NDUSTRY G ROUPS
Manufacturing
Manufacturing (NAICS)
Durable manufacturing
Wood products
Nonmetallic mineral products
Primary metal
Iron and steel products
Fabricated metal products
Machinery
Computer and electronic products
Computer and peripheral equip.
Communications equipment
Semiconductor and related
electronic components
Electrical equipment, appliances,
and components
Transportation equipment
Motor vehicles and parts
Autos and light trucks
Aerospace and miscellaneous
transportation equipment
Furniture and related products
Miscellaneous
Nondurable manufacturing
Food
Beverage and tobacco products
Textile mills
Textile product mills
Apparel
Leather and allied products
Paper
Printing and support
Petroleum and coal products
Chemical
Plastics material and resin
Synthetic rubber
Artificial and synthetic fibers
and filaments
Plastics and rubber products
Other manufacturing (non-NAICS)
Mining
Oil and gas extraction
Mining (except oil and gas)
Coal mining
Metal mining
Stone and earth minerals
Support activities for mining
Utilities
Electric
Natural gas
S PECIAL AGGREGATES
Selected high-technology industries
Manufacturing ex. selected high-tech
industries
Manufacturing ex. selected high-tech
and motor vehicles and pts.

31–33

r Revised. p Preliminary.

7

Table 3
I NDUSTRIAL C APACITY: M ANUFACTURING , M INING , AND U TILITIES

Item

NAICS

Annual rate
1972- 1972- 19752007
1975
2007
Ave.
Ave.
Ave.

Percent change
Fourth quarter to fourth quarter

Capacity indexes
Percent of 2002 output

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007p

2006
May

2006
Dec.

2007
Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

Total industry

2.7

1.4

2.7

-.9

.1

1.1

2.4

1.8

135.7

137.5

137.8

138.0

138.2

138.4

138.6

S TAGE - OF - PROCESS G ROUPS
Crude
Primary and semifinished
Finished

.3
2.8
3.4

.5
1.6
1.5

.2
2.7
3.4

-2.2
-1.4
.3

-.1
.4
.5

-1.1
1.4
2.0

.3
3.0
2.3

.5
2.3
1.9

116.1
132.1
147.6

116.5
134.4
149.4

116.5
134.7
149.6

116.6
135.0
149.8

116.6
135.2
150.1

116.6
135.5
150.3

116.7
135.7
150.5

321
327
331
3311,2
332
333
334
3341
3342

3.1
3.2
4.2
1.5
1.2
-.4
-.6
1.5
1.8
16.1
24.7
12.9

1.4
1.4
1.5
.7
.5
.4
.0
1.5
1.7
5.2
13.4
4.1

3.0
3.2
4.4
1.4
1.2
-.5
-.7
1.3
1.5
16.6
23.7
13.3

-.9
-.7
-.2
-2.8
-.2
.1
4.2
-3.1
-2.4
1.1
-.3
-3.5

.0
.0
.5
.4
1.4
-.5
4.5
-.5
.2
3.1
-.6
-4.2

1.7
1.8
3.3
1.6
2.4
1.4
3.0
.2
1.0
13.0
36.6
-3.8

2.7
2.8
4.2
1.7
3.2
-1.8
1.1
1.0
2.4
14.8
9.0
-.1

2.1
2.2
3.4
.0
1.7
.7
2.3
1.3
2.3
14.4
20.8
2.7

140.2
141.6
152.1
132.7
135.5
129.4
127.0
136.4
145.6
218.5
206.8
211.1

142.2
143.8
155.6
134.1
138.2
127.8
127.5
137.3
147.9
235.8
209.8
211.8

142.5
144.1
156.1
134.2
138.5
127.7
127.7
137.5
148.3
238.5
211.2
212.3

142.7
144.3
156.6
134.3
138.7
127.7
127.9
137.7
148.6
241.2
213.3
212.7

143.0
144.6
157.0
134.3
138.9
127.7
128.1
137.8
148.9
243.9
216.3
213.2

143.2
144.8
157.4
134.3
139.1
127.8
128.3
138.0
149.1
246.7
220.1
213.7

143.5
145.1
157.9
134.2
139.2
127.9
128.6
138.1
149.4
249.5
224.2
214.2

334412–9

24.8

7.9

25.5

4.2

12.0

23.5

35.7

26.3

289.7

347.2

355.8

363.8

371.3

378.4

385.4

335
336
3361–3
33611

1.3
2.0
2.6
2.8

1.6
.7
1.3
1.6

1.0
2.0
2.5
2.6

-3.8
3.4
4.5
10.3

-2.1
.4
-.5
-.3

-1.6
.7
.7
2.0

1.3
1.8
1.2
2.6

1.1
-1.2
-3.7
-7.6

124.5
143.2
133.5
137.3

125.8
144.5
134.1
138.5

126.0
144.5
133.8
137.9

126.2
144.4
133.4
137.1

126.3
144.2
133.0
136.3

126.4
144.0
132.6
135.3

126.5
143.9
132.1
134.2

3364–9
337
339

1.1
2.3
3.2

-.1
1.7
1.5

1.2
2.2
3.2

.7
-1.6
.5

.2
-2.0
2.6

.6
-1.1
4.3

2.3
-.8
4.0

2.2
.0
4.7

159.8
132.7
149.3

162.1
132.1
152.7

162.5
132.1
153.2

162.8
132.0
153.8

163.1
132.0
154.3

163.3
132.0
154.9

163.6
132.1
155.5

311
312
313
314
315
316
322
323
324
325
325211
325212

1.8
2.0
.7
-.2
1.6
-2.0
-3.2
1.3
2.5
1.3
2.5
3.1
1.6

1.3
1.2
.5
1.2
1.1
.6
-.8
1.4
1.5
2.5
1.7
2.5
1.4

1.6
1.9
.6
-.5
1.5
-2.4
-3.4
1.1
2.4
.7
2.4
2.7
1.4

-1.1
.4
-.7
-5.9
-1.2
-12.8
-5.3
-2.0
-2.1
-2.4
.6
-3.3
1.3

-.3
.5
1.0
-6.3
-.7
-13.0
-5.2
-.3
-2.2
3.7
1.5
7.0
-.9

.3
.8
1.7
-5.8
-.3
-4.7
-3.2
-.7
-.8
3.5
1.2
6.1
-2.7

1.0
1.4
2.3
-5.5
.6
-3.9
-2.3
-.8
2.0
.1
1.0
-1.0
-1.8

.8
1.6
2.5
-5.4
.3
-3.8
-1.8
-.6
1.9
-.1
.9
-1.7
-.7

130.3
129.7
149.1
109.6
132.6
105.7
146.4
115.7
128.9
121.8
140.6
123.5
149.5

131.0
130.8
151.3
106.2
133.2
103.1
144.5
115.2
130.7
121.1
141.3
122.1
148.2

131.1
131.0
151.6
105.7
133.2
102.7
144.2
115.2
130.9
121.0
141.4
121.9
148.1

131.2
131.2
152.0
105.2
133.3
102.4
143.9
115.1
131.1
120.9
141.5
121.7
148.0

131.2
131.4
152.3
104.7
133.3
102.0
143.7
115.0
131.4
120.9
141.6
121.5
147.9

131.3
131.6
152.6
104.3
133.4
101.7
143.5
115.0
131.6
120.8
141.7
121.3
147.8

131.4
131.7
152.9
103.8
133.4
101.4
143.3
114.9
131.8
120.8
141.8
121.2
147.7

32522
326

.3
3.4

6.0
2.3

-1.3
3.1

-3.2
-2.8

-6.7
-3.2

-3.3
.3

-5.7
3.3

-6.5
2.7

116.9
121.2

112.4
123.8

111.8
124.1

111.1
124.4

110.4
124.7

109.8
125.0

109.2
125.2

1133,5111

1.3

1.4

1.0

-3.8

-.1

.6

.9

.7

116.8

117.4

117.5

117.6

117.6

117.7

117.8

21
211
212
2121
2122
2123
213
2211,2
2211
2212

-.2
-.9
1.4
1.6
1.3
.9
1.0
2.5
3.2
.1

-.2
-1.1
.7
1.1
.7
.1
2.5
2.7
3.7
-.7

-.1
-.7
1.4
1.5
1.2
.9
.4
2.1
2.6
.3

-2.1
-.3
-1.5
-3.9
-2.5
.7
-3.0
3.2
3.8
.3

-.3
-1.2
.8
-.7
.2
1.2
2.0
2.6
2.8
-.1

-1.7
-3.0
2.2
4.5
-.4
.5
3.6
.0
.1
-.2

.6
-.4
.7
1.4
1.3
-.7
7.8
2.1
2.5
-.4

.4
.0
.1
.4
-.6
.0
5.3
1.5
1.7
.2

110.4
102.8
125.3
122.1
129.9
124.0
156.8
123.5
123.5
123.9

111.1
102.9
125.6
122.6
130.9
123.5
164.5
125.3
125.7
123.6

111.2
102.9
125.7
122.6
131.1
123.5
165.4
125.6
125.9
123.6

111.3
103.0
125.7
122.6
131.0
123.5
166.3
125.8
126.2
123.6

111.3
103.0
125.7
122.6
130.9
123.5
167.0
125.9
126.4
123.6

111.3
103.0
125.6
122.7
130.8
123.5
167.7
126.1
126.5
123.6

111.4
103.0
125.6
122.7
130.6
123.5
168.3
126.2
126.7
123.7

22.0

7.9

22.4

1.4

4.3

18.3

19.6

19.6

249.5

275.4

279.6

283.7

288.0

292.3

296.7

1.7

1.2

1.6

-.8

-.2

.6

1.4

1.0

134.3

135.4

135.5

135.6

135.7

135.8

135.9

1.7

1.2

1.5

-1.4

-.2

.6

1.4

1.3

134.4

135.5

135.6

135.8

135.9

136.0

136.2

I NDUSTRY G ROUPS
Manufacturing
Manufacturing (NAICS)
Durable manufacturing
Wood products
Nonmetallic mineral products
Primary metal
Iron and steel products
Fabricated metal products
Machinery
Computer and electronic products
Computer and peripheral equip.
Communications equipment
Semiconductor and related
electronic components
Electrical equipment, appliances,
and components
Transportation equipment
Motor vehicles and parts
Autos and light trucks
Aerospace and miscellaneous
transportation equipment
Furniture and related products
Miscellaneous
Nondurable manufacturing
Food
Beverage and tobacco products
Textile mills
Textile product mills
Apparel
Leather and allied products
Paper
Printing and support
Petroleum and coal products
Chemical
Plastics material and resin
Synthetic rubber
Artificial and synthetic fibers
and filaments
Plastics and rubber products
Other manufacturing (non-NAICS)
Mining
Oil and gas extraction
Mining (except oil and gas)
Coal mining
Metal mining
Stone and earth minerals
Support activities for mining
Utilities
Electric
Natural gas
S PECIAL AGGREGATES
Selected high-technology industries
Manufacturing ex. selected high-tech
industries
Manufacturing ex. selected high-tech
and motor vehicles and pts.

31–33

8