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1255. U.S. Machine Tool Consumption -- Gross New Orders and Exports

[Value in millions of dollars (5,590.9 represents $5,590,900,000)]

 
1996 1997 1998 1999
Item
and Total Metal Metal Other Total Metal Metal Other Total Metal Metal Other Total Metal Metal Other
region cutting forming manufacturing cutting forming manufacturing cutting forming manufacturing cutting forming manufacturing
machines machines technology machines machines technology machines machines technology machines machines technology
 
     New order units, total......................................... 37,569 29,659 3,036 4,874 43,358 35,440 3,014 4,904 37,100 30,561 3,784 2,754 26,693 21,820 3,035 1,839
 
Northeast 1............................................ 6,811 5,500 491 820 7,500 6,195 455 850 6,278 5,073 751 454 4,779 4,025 461 293
South 2............................................... 5,443 4,011 579 853 6,145 4,840 508 797 5,535 4,442 646 447 4,418 3,571 506 341
Midwest 3.............................................. 13,449 10,631 897 1,921 15,232 12,262 901 2,069 13,476 11,154 1,295 1,027 9,129 7,406 1,067 657
Central 4................................................ 7,344 5,797 651 896 8,536 7,055 737 744 7,592 6,327 703 562 4,530 3,518 690 323
West 5................................................. 4,522 3,720 418 384 5,945 5,088 413 444 4,218 3,565 389 263 3,837 3,300 312 225
 
     New order value, total.............................. 5,590.9 4,520.2 546.8 523.9 6,020.8 4,943.6 611.5 465.7 5,930.6 4,578.4 627.3 724.9 4,280.8 3,353.6 446.6 480.5
 
Northeast 1.......................................... 867.0 750.2 (NA) (NA) 886.7 789.1 60.7 36.9 792.1 632.5 91.4 68.2 674.4 571.0 49.9 53.5
South 2................................................. 641.3 484.3 91.7 65.3 767.7 631.6 78.2 57.9 847.9 627.7 100.3 119.8 641.1 489.5 63.3 88.3
Midwest 3............................................... 2,603.2 2,111.1 223.3 268.9 2,539.0 1,960.1 300.4 278.5 2,759.7 2,086.7 266.8 406.2 1,842.9 1,429.4 175.4 238.1
Central 4............................................. 912.7 719.8 (NA) (NA) 1,082.3 908.2 106.9 67.3 959.9 764.7 92.6 102.6 679.9 477.7 113.7 88.5
West 5............................................. 566.7 454.8 (NA) (NA) 745.1 654.6 65.4 25.1 571.1 466.7 76.3 28.1 442.5 385.9 44.4 12.1
 
Export order units 6................................... 3,143.0 2,557.0 145.0 441.0 3,177.0 2,448.0 182.0 547.0 2,232.0 1,770.0 226.0 236.0 1,564.0 1,318.0 153.0 93.0
Export order value 6.................................... 638.2 541.0 (NA) (NA) 644.4 546.5 42.6 55.4 450.6 330.3 64.4 55.9 434.0 349.1 34.9 50.0



1 Covers Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, New York, Massachusettes, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.
2 Covers Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, Kentucky, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, and Florida.
3 Covers Wisconsin, Michigan, Ohio, Illinois, and Indiana.
4 Covers Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana, Wyoming, Idaho, Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana, Texas, New Mexico, Colorado, and Utah.
5 Covers Washington, Oregon, California, Nevada, and Arizona.
6 Represents orders placed with U.S. builders.

Source: The Association for Manufacturing Technology, Mclean, VA,(copyright); and American Machine Tool Distributors Association, Rockville, MD, U.S. Machine Tool Consumption Report, monthly; and Economic Handbook of the Machine Tool Industry, annual.

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These tables are based on figures supplied by the United States Census Bureau, U.S. Department of Commerce and are subject to revision by the Census Bureau.

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