This industry report focuses upon the Computer Terminal Manufacturing industry. This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing computer terminals. Computer terminals are input/output devices that connect with a central computer for processing.
334113 - Computer Terminal Manufacturing 33411 - Computer and Peripheral Equipment Manufacturing 3341 - Computer and Peripheral Equipment Manufacturing 334 - Computer and Electronic Product Manufacturing 31-33 - Manufacturing Sector SIC: 3575 - Computer Terminals
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Introduction Income Statement Balance Sheet Capital Expenditure Labor and Compensation Establishments Import Export Industry Players Links Appendix A - Sales & Marketing Appendix B - Industry Structure Appendix C - Foreign Trade and US States Statistics Appendix D - Industry's 4-Year Financial Statement Appendix E - Report Methodology Summary
COMPUTER TERMINAL MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY
The industry's revenue for the year 2006 was approximately $250,000,000. The gross profit was 24.24% at $60,600,000. There were 58 establishments in this industry that year. Thus, average contribution (or revenue) per establishment annually was $4,396,000.
There are no import/export data for this industry. For reference, we are using the Computer and Peripheral Equipment Manufacturing industry (NAICS - 33411). The total import export value for the year 2006 was $133,010,157,000. There were 218 countries that conducted foreign trade with the U.S. in 2006, 1 more than year 2005. The top trading countries were: China, $43,123,178,000 (32.42%); Mexico, $13,949,530,000 (10.49%); Malaysia, $11,954,402,000 (8.99%); Canada, $9,474,720,000 (7.12%); and Japan, $8,744,181,000 (6.57%). Their combined total represents approximately 66% of all imports and exports.
There are no import/export data for this industry. For reference, we are using the Computer and Peripheral Equipment Manufacturing industry (NAICS - 33411). The total import value for the year 2006 was $83,928,056,000. This represents a 7.6% increase from year 2005. The top importing countries were: China, $40,007,356,000 (47.67%); Malaysia, $11,048,687,000 (13.16%); Mexico, $6,572,987,000 (7.83%); Japan, $6,294,985,000 (7.50%); and Singapore, $5,723,074,000 (6.82%). Their combined total represents approximately 83% of import from all countries.
There are no import/export data for this industry. For reference, we are using the Computer and Peripheral Equipment Manufacturing industry (NAICS - 33411). The total export value for the year 2006 was $47,425,227,000. This represents a 4.9% increase from year 2005. The top exporting countries were: Canada, $8,380,562,000 (17.67%); Mexico, $7,358,351,000 (15.52%); United Kingdom, $2,574,578,000 (5.43%); Netherlands, $2,328,039,000 (4.91%); and Japan, $2,324,124,000 (4.90%). Their combined total represents approximately 48% of export to all countries.
The total U.S. consumption value of this industry for the year was $250,000,000.
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The U.S. manufacturing sector is expected to hit the monumental 5 trillion dollars net sales in 2006. U.S. economists have projected another 5% to 7% growth in the year 2007. To stay ahead, this industry report is intended for you to analyze the specific U.S. industry in greater detail. Not only does the report provide you with information on domestic production, it also supplies you with an industry's import and export data. The report depicts what are the products of the industry and their respective contributions. You can compare these products with the industry's materials, parts and components list that is in the report. The foreign trade data includes 10-years of statistics, and it is projected into year 2008. Such trade data is also provided at the commodity level based on the HTS classification.
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