DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/rl98dz/the_bright_future) has announced the addition of the "The Bright Future for the Winning U.S. Manufacturing Sectors" report to their offering.
Overview of the Growth Performance of the 21 U.S. Manufacturing Sectors
The vast majority of U.S. manufacturing continues to be strong and growing with an even brighter future ahead of it.
Total U.S. manufacturing grew at a +1.0% CAGR from 2003 to 2013, slightly higher than the +0.8% CAGR from 1998 to 2007 of the prior paper. The total U.S. Manufacturing Industry added $446 billion in scale from 2003-2013 as a result [Ref: Total GDP grew at a +1.7% CAGR which directionally consistent with past relationships between manufacturing and total GDP].
After in-depth analysis of the 21 U.S. manufacturing sectors from dozens of angles, the most useful division of them is depicted in the graph below . The 3 bars for each of the sectors shows total output in billions of real dollars for 1993, 2003, and 2013 respectively. Comparison to the prior paper can best be summarized as winners remain winners and losers remain losers. This adds even further validation to the original hypothesis for which U.S. Manufacturing Sectors are most viable for the long-term put forth in that white paper.
- Computer & Electronic Products Manufacturing
- Machinery Manufacturing
- Miscellaneous Manufacturing
- Food, Beverage & Tobacco Products Manufacturing
- Transportation Equipment Manufacturing
- Petroleum & Coal Products Manufacturing
- Chemical Products Manufacturing
- Primary Metals Manufacturing
- Fabricated metal products Manufacturing
- Nonmetallic Mineral Products Manufacturing
- Wood Products Manufacturing
- Electrical Equipment, Appliances & Components Manufacturing
- Paper Products Manufacturing
- Plastic & Rubber Products Manufacturing
- Printing & Related Support Activities
- Furniture & Related Products Manufacturing
- Textile Mills & Textile Product Mills
- Apparel, Leather & Allied Products Manufacturing
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