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°Beginning January 1972, includes imports of separate chassis and bodies; monthly imports for 1971 are not directly comparable.
11 Data suppressed to avoid disclosure of operations of individual firms.
shown in the 1971 edition), for 1963 forward, to also include imports of separate chassis and bodies. (The 1971 edition identifies data for these years in that volume as imports of complete units only.) In this volume, the figures beginning 1966 (monthly, beginning 1972) reflect a small downward adjustment (from data shown in the 1973 BUSINESS STATISTICS) to delete two TSUSA codes, "motor vehicles chassis and bodies, not elsewhere shown,” which have been identified as automobile chassis and bodies. Also, effective February 1972, imports of auto trucks (valued $1,000 or less) are included; for earlier periods these were classified in a miscellaneous group.
Annual data prior to 1947 and monthly data for cars and trucks for 1963-70 (except detail for Canada) are in earlier editions of BUSINESS STATISTICS (see reference note, p. 1 of this section). Note that monthly data for truck imports for 1966-70 do not include imports of separate chassis and bodies. Monthly data prior to 1963 (prior to 1966 for Canada) are available from the original Census reports. Data shown in the 1965 and earlier editions of BUSINESS STATISTICS cover complete units and chassis, separate bedies for assembly or replacement, and used cars; data are not shown separately for trucks.
Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census. Derived from a monthly survey, the data represent complete coverage of the manufacturers of truck trailers and refer to trailers (drawn by a truck or truck-tractor) having one or more axles with a rating of 10,000 pounds or more per axle.
Prior to 1958 the data cover total truck trailers, i.e., the number of units shipped, including trailer chassis only, for sale separately. Effective 1958, shipments of complete trailers and chassis are defined as trailers in which the body is permanently attached to the chassis; not included are new trailer chassis shipped with detachable trailers. Also, beginning 1958, the data include complete trailers reported by manufacturers who purchase the chassis and add the body; prior to 1958 such assemblies are excluded. Detachable trailer bodies refer to all trailer bodies manufactured with or without detachable chassis or running gear, including those for use on ships or rail cars (minimum size 8' X 8' x 10'). Detachable trailer chassis (and running gear), manufactured for use with detachable trailer bodies, cover all detachable chassis, whether shipped with detachable bodies or not.
The large volume in 1953 reflects in part Defense Department procurement of small-capacity trailers of special construction. The total for complete trailers and chassis includes in addition to vans, the following types: Tank; bulk commodity and dry materials (except vans); pole and logging; platform; low-bed heavy haulers; dump trailers and dump chassis; all other trailers and chassis, except detachable trailers and detachable trailer chassis. Effective with this edition, all figures for complete trailers and chassis (except detachables) omit shipments of dollies or converter gear. Data were revised back to 1964.
Monthly data for 1961-72 for complete trailers as shown in the 1973 and earlier editions of BUSINESS STATISTICS include shipments of dollies and converter gear; monthly data revised to exclude these items and detailed monthly data for detachable trailer bodies and for detachable trailer chassis sold separately for 1964-70 are available upon request. Monthly data for 1961-70 for vans are in earlier editions of BUSINESS STATISTICS (see reference note, p. 1 of this section). Monthly data for 1945-62 for production (summarized on a different basis) appear in the 1963 and earlier editions of BUSINESS STATISTICS.
Source: R.L. Polk & Company. Data represent the number of new passenger cars and trucks registered in the United States as follows: Registrations are included for Alaska beginning 1958 and for Hawaii beginning 1959; not included are registrations for the State of Oklahoma, effective April 1969.
The figures include all municipal, State, and nontactical Federal Government vehicles; not included are vehicles for which the Government takes delivery overseas and are not reported to R.L. Polk.
Imports (foreign car registration) cover all foreign cars, including domestically sponsored cars manufactured overseas. Excluded are U.S.-type cars manufactured or assembled in Canada and imported into the United States free of duty; such cars are counted as domestic car registrations. Beginning 1965, Volkswagen station wagons are counted as passenger cars (prior to 1965, as trucks).
For 1974, all annual totals include data for one State, data for which are not covered in the February-August 1974 monthly data; for November 1974, total passenger and import car figures include 1,300 cars sold in the January-October 1974 period, but not reported prior to November 1974. For the months August 1973 and April 1971, all data omit figures for one State. For 1972, annual truck figures include 4,200 units sold throughout the year but not previously reported; the 1972 annual car totals reflect the deletion of 130 import cars not deleted from the monthly data. For the year 1971, total and foreign cars include 13,500 units not distributed to the July-November 1971 monthly figures; for trucks, the year 1971 figure reflects deletion of 800 units which were not deleted from the monthly data.
Annual data prior to 1947 and monthly data for 1932-70 (import cars, 1959-70), except as noted below, are in earlier editions of BUSINESS STATISTICS (see reference note, p. 1 of this section). Revisions for passenger cars (1952, 1954, and 1955) and additional notes for trucks (revised prior to 1956) are in the 1963 BUSINESS STATISTICS note; November 1959 truck registrations were revised to 74,300 units. Passenger car registrations prior to 1932 are on p. 19 of the August 1933 SURVEY OF CURRENT BUSINESS; monthly data for new import cars (1956-58) and trucks (1925-31) are available upon request.
Sources: Beginning 1966, published jointly by the Association of American Railroads and the American Railway Car Institute; prior to 1966, by the Institute. The data cover all car builders (both equipment manufacturers and railroad and private-line shops). In this volume, all figures cover new freight cars for domestic use only and pertain to all types of cars for railroads, private car lines and industries, and governmental customers; excluded are rebuilt cars and cars for export.
New orders represent net new orders, i.e., adjusted for cancellations; end-of-period backlog figures are not similarly adjusted.
Monthly data for 1967-70 are in the 1973 and 1971 editions of BUSINESS STATISTICS. Data through 1968 as shown in earlier editions of BUSINESS STATISTICS also cover freight cars for export by equipment manufacturers; see reference note, p. 1 of blue section of the 1969 edition.
Imports as shown for 1965 omit fragmentary data available for November and December 1965 under the Automotive Products Trade Act of 1965 (effective October 22, 1965); for January-April 1966, total and imports from Canada include new and used cars and other motor vehicles not specifically identified under the classification system in effect. Effective May 1966, data are defined as imports of new, complete, on-highway, four-wheeled passenger automobiles. 9
Omits imports of chassis and bodies for sale separately; such imports are included in the annual totals and beginning 1972 in the
Sources: Interstate Commerce Commission (for annual data through 1970, except cars held for repairs) and the Association of American Railroads (for monthly data and cars held for repairs). The ICC annual data refer to the total number of freight-carrying cars and average car-carrying capacity available for service at close of year; the aggregate capacity measures total carrying capacity at end of year for units owned and used plus cars leased from others. According to the ICC, the data over the years shown are not strictly comparable because of changes in accounting and reporting. The data cover class I roads, which for the period shown have accounted for about 95 percent of the total U.S. mileage operated by all line-haul railroads. Effective December 1955 and December 1965, the data reflect changes in the definition of class I roads; beginning 1965, class I railroads are those having average annual operating revenues of $5 million or more (from December 1955 through November 1965, $3 million or more; for The Association's end-of-month figures for revenue freight cars are as reported to their Car Service Division by class I roads; as shown in this volume, data exclude cars on private lines and railroads owned and controlled refrigerator cars. (Estimated total ownership and car capacity, including estimates for the omitted types, as well as for class II roads and for switching and terminal companies, are shown monthly in the Association's weekly Car Service Statement, CS-54A, “Revenue Freight Loaded by Commodities and Total Received from Connections.")
The original monthly condition report, Car Service-60A, gives the
ownership of cars and cars undergoing or awaiting heavy and light repairs, by districts, by individual roads, and by type of car.
Yearend figures for years prior to 1947 and monthly data for 1929-70 (except car capacity, 1963-70) are in earlier editions of BUSINESS STATISTICS (see reference note, p. 1 of this section). Monthly data for capacity prior to 1963 appear in the Car Service 54A report noted above (1961-62) and in the discontinued monthly report Car Service 15A, Revenue Freight Car Ownership (prior to 1961). Minor revisions have been made in some of the figures appearing in BUSINESS STATISTICS prior to the 1947 issue.
Sources of Data
Handy and Harman, 850 Third Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10022
Industrial Heating Equipment Association, Inc., 1901 North Moore
Street, Arlington, Va. 22209 Industrial Truck Association (The), 1326 Freeport Road, Pittsburgh,
Pa. 15238 Institute of Life Insurance, 277 Park Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10017 Institute of Makers of Explosives, 420 Lexington Avenue, New York,
N.Y. 10017 Insurance Information Institute, 110 William Street, New York, N.Y.
American Appraisal Company (The), 525 East Michigan Street,
Milwaukee, Wis. 53201 American Bureau of Metal Statistics, Inc., 420 Lexington Avenue, New
York, NY 10017 American Gas Association, 1515 Wilson Blvd., Arlington, Va. 22209 American Iron and Steel Institute, 1000 Sixteenth Street, N.W.,
Washington, D.C. 20036 American Iron Ore Association, 514 Bulkley Building, 1501 Euclid
Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio 44115 American Metal Market, 7 East 12th Street, New York, N.Y. 10003 American Newspaper Publishers Association, P.O. Box 17407, Dulles
International Airport, Washington, D.C. 20041 American Paper Institute:
Newsprint Division, 260 Madison Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10016
Paperboard Group, 260 Madison Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10016 American Petroleum Institute, 1801 K Street, N.W., Washington, D.C.
20006 American Public Transit Association, 1100 Seventeenth Street, N.W.,
Washington, D.C. 20036 American Railway Car Institute, 11 East 44th Street, New York, N.Y.
10017 American Supply and Machinery Manufacturers' Association, Inc.,
2130 Keith Building, Cleveland, Ohio 44115 American Textile Manufacturers Institute, Inc., 1150 Seventeenth
Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20036 American Trucking Associations, Inc., 1616 P Street, N.W.,
Washington, D.C. 20036 Association of American Railroads, American Railroads Building, 1920
L Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20036 Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers, 20 North Wacker Drive,
Chicago, III. 60606
Laventhol & Horwath, 1845 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 19103 Leading National Advertisers, Inc., P.O. Box 525, Norwalk, Conn.
06856 Life Insurance Marketing and Research Association, 170 Sigourney
Street, Hartford, Conn. 06105
Material Handling Institute, Inc. (The), 1326 Freeport Road,
Pittsburgh, Pa. 15238 McCann-Erickson, Inc., Advertising, 485 Lexington Avenue, New York,
N.Y. 10017 McGraw-Hill Publishing Company, Inc., 1221 Avenue of the Americas,
New York, N.Y. 10020 Media Records, Inc., 370 Seventh Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10001 Metals Week, 1221 Avenue of the Americas, New York, N.Y. 10020 Mobile Homes Manufacturers' Association, 6650 N.W. Highway,
Chicago, III. 60631 Moody's Investors Service, Inc., Economics Department, 99 Church
Street, New York, N.Y. 10007 Motor Vehicle Manufacturers Association of the United States, Inc.,
320 New Center Building, Detroit, Mich. 48202
Battery Council International, 1801 Murcheson Drive, Burlingame,
Conference Board, Inc. (The), 845 Third Avenue, New York, N.Y.
Distilled Spirits Council of the United States, 1300 Pennsylvania
Building, Washington, D.C. 20004 Dodge (F.W.) Division, McGraw-Hill Information Systems Co., 1221
Avenue of the Americas, New York, N.Y. 10020 Dow Jones & Company, Inc., 44 Broad Street, New York, N.Y. 10004 Dun & Bradstreet, Inc., 99 Church Street, New York, N.Y. 10007
National Association of Hosiery Manufacturers, Inc., P.O. Box 4314,
Charlotte, N.C. 28204 National Forest Products Association, 1619 Massachusetts Avenue,
N.W., Washington, D.C. 20036 National Industrial Distributors Association, 1900 Arch Street,
Philadelphia, Pa. 19103 National Machine Tool Builders' Association, 7901 Westpark Drive,
McLean, Va. 22101 National Oak Flooring Manufacturers' Association, 814 Sterick
Building, Memphis, Tenn. 38103 New York Cotton Exchange, Service Bureau, 37 Wall Street, New York,
N.Y. 10005 New York Stock Exchange, Department of Research and Statistics, 11
Wall Street, New York, N.Y. 10005 Newsprint Association of Canada, 260 Madison Avenue, New York,
Edison Electric Institute, 90 Park Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10016 Electronic Industries Association, 2001 I Street, N.W., Washington,
D.C. 20006 Engineering News-Record, 1221 Avenue of the Americas, New York,
Federal Reserve Bank of New York, New York, N.Y. 10045
60604 Foundry Equipment Manufacturers Association, Inc., 1000 Vermont
Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20005
Paperboard Packaging Council, General Packaging Division, 1800 K
Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20006 Platt's Oilgram Price Service, 330 West 42nd Street, New York, N.Y.
10036 Polk (R.L.) & Company, 431 Howard Street, Detroit, Michigan 48231 Potash Institute of North America, 1649 Tullie Circle, N.E., Atlanta,
Ga. 30329 Publishers Information Bureau, Inc., 575 Lexington Avenue, New
York, N.Y. 10022
Gas Appliance Manufacturers Association, Inc., 1901 North Fort Myer
Drive, Arlington, Va. 22209
Rice Millers' Association, 1048 Pennsylvania Building, Washington,
205-991 O - 76 - 20
Department of Agriculture:
Francisco, Calif. 94111
60611 Securities and Exchange Commission, Washington, D.C. 20549 Veterans Administration, Washington, D.C. 20420
Department of Commerce:
Bureau of the Census, Washington, D.C. 20233
Vacuum Cleaner Manufacturers Association, 1615 Collamer Street,
Cleveland, Ohio 44110
Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Federal Housing Administration, Washington, D.C. 20410
Department of the Interior:
Bureau of Mines, Washington, D.C. 20241
Wall Street Journal, 44 Broad Street, New York, N.Y. 10004
Department of Justice:
Immigration and Naturalization Service, Washington, D.C. 20536
Zinc Institute, Inc., 292 Madison Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10017