Size of the Precision Machining Industry

We just completed our 2013 Business Forecast Report, a compilation of markets served by our industry as measured by  percent of supplier dollars, and shipments versus forecast for the past couple of years. A  forecast consolidating all respondents’ input on a market by market basis. And a look at markets served by size of shop.

I can’t share that, but I can share the latest data on the size of the precision machining industry from the US Census 2010 Annual Survey of Manufactures.

Medical Devices was an important served by the Precision Machining Industry in 2012.

Medical Devices was an important served by the Precision Machining Industry in 2012.

NAICS 332721 Industry Statistics:

Companies (2009 data) 3,198

Employees 78,070

Dollar Value of Shipments $13,314,415,000

Average Sales Per Employee $170,545

Source:  U.S. Census 2010 Annual Survey of Manufactures  (except as noted)

About the Precision Machining Industry:

The Precision Machined Products Industry consists of a diversified manufacturing base producing highly engineered components to customer specifications using a variety of materials such as: steel, stainless steel, aluminum, brass, and aerospace alloys. Utilizing the latest technology, including CNC turning and milling centers, rotary transfer machines, CNC and automatic screw machines, these companies produce complex parts and complete assemblies for finished goods such as: automobiles, aircraft, heavy truck, medical devices, appliances, construction equipment and much more. The industry is best described statistically under NAICS 332721.

Here is a surprising fact that I can share from our survey that will make you scratch your head too: The second largest market served by our industry was All Other

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One Response to Size of the Precision Machining Industry

  1. Useful data shared here, Precision machining is the blessing for the industries. Precision machining industry is flourishing. Range of products can be produced by a precision machining.

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