Materials and supplies for production, except processed food and beverage inputs for human food manufacturing and food services

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Top Producer

Texas

$918B in 2015

Top Consumer

Texas

$838B in 2015

Most Common Transport Type

Truck

6.75B tons

Federal Obligation

$82.5B

2017 Fiscal Year

Top Purchasing Agency

Department of the Navy

$38.1B in 2017

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In 2015, the top producer of Materials and supplies for production, except processed food and beverage inputs for human food manufacturing and food services was Texas with $918B. This is expected to increase 61% to $1.48T by 2045. The top consumer was Texas with $838B, and those inbound shipments are expected to increase 53.1% to $1.28T by 2045.

Freight data is provided using the SCTG product classification. The closest comparible products are live animals/fish, cereal grains, animal feed, building stone, natural sands, gravel, nonmetallic minerals, metallic ores, crude petroleum, basic chemicals, fertilizers, chemical prods., plastics/rubber, logs, wood prods., newsprint/paper, paper articles, textiles/leather, nonmetal min. prods., base metals, articles-base metal, electronics, precision instruments, misc. mfg. prods., and mixed freight

In 2015, the most common means of transport for Materials and supplies for production, except processed food and beverage inputs for human food manufacturing and food services, by weight, was Truck with 6.75B tons, followed by Rail with 695M tons and Pipeline with 409M tons.

In 2017, the US government spent $82.5B on Materials and supplies for production, except processed food and beverage inputs for human food manufacturing and food services. The agency which purchased the largest amount of Materials and supplies for production, except processed food and beverage inputs for human food manufacturing and food services in 2017 was Department of the Navy ($38.1B), followed by Defense Logistics ($12.5B) and the Department of the Air Force ($12.4B).

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Production

Freight data is provided using the SCTG product classification. The closest comparible products are live animals/fish, cereal grains, animal feed, building stone, natural sands, gravel, nonmetallic minerals, metallic ores, crude petroleum, basic chemicals, fertilizers, chemical prods., plastics/rubber, logs, wood prods., newsprint/paper, paper articles, textiles/leather, nonmetal min. prods., base metals, articles-base metal, electronics, precision instruments, misc. mfg. prods., and mixed freight

Largest Producers in 2015

  1. $918B

  2. $789B

  3. $380B

In 2015, the US state which produced the most outbound materials and supplies for production, except processed food and beverage inputs for human food manufacturing and food services was Texas ($918B). Production in Texas is expected to increase 61% to $1.48T by 2045.

The following chart shows the top 5 states that outbound materials and supplies for production, except processed food and beverage inputs for human food manufacturing and food services.

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Consumption

Freight data is provided using the SCTG product classification. The closest comparible products are live animals/fish, cereal grains, animal feed, building stone, natural sands, gravel, nonmetallic minerals, metallic ores, crude petroleum, basic chemicals, fertilizers, chemical prods., plastics/rubber, logs, wood prods., newsprint/paper, paper articles, textiles/leather, nonmetal min. prods., base metals, articles-base metal, electronics, precision instruments, misc. mfg. prods., and mixed freight

Largest Consumers in 2015

  1. $838B

  2. $704B

  3. $356B

In 2015, the US state which consumed the most inbound materials and supplies for production, except processed food and beverage inputs for human food manufacturing and food services was Texas ($838B). Consumption in Texas is expected to increase 53.1% to $1.28T by 2045.

The following chart shows the top 5 states that inbound materials and supplies for production, except processed food and beverage inputs for human food manufacturing and food services.

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Transportation Method by Weight

Freight data is provided using the SCTG product classification. The closest comparible products are live animals/fish, cereal grains, animal feed, building stone, natural sands, gravel, nonmetallic minerals, metallic ores, crude petroleum, basic chemicals, fertilizers, chemical prods., plastics/rubber, logs, wood prods., newsprint/paper, paper articles, textiles/leather, nonmetal min. prods., base metals, articles-base metal, electronics, precision instruments, misc. mfg. prods., and mixed freight

Most Common Means

  1. Truck

    6.75B tons

  2. Rail

    695M tons

  3. Pipeline

    409M tons

In 2015, the most common means of transport for materials and supplies for production, except processed food and beverage inputs for human food manufacturing and food services, by weight, was Truck with 6.75B tons, followed by Rail with 695M tons and Pipeline with 409M tons. The following chart shows the breakdown of each transportation type compared to the national average for all products.

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Outbound Texas Partners

Freight data is provided using the SCTG product classification. The closest comparible products are live animals/fish, cereal grains, animal feed, building stone, natural sands, gravel, nonmetallic minerals, metallic ores, crude petroleum, basic chemicals, fertilizers, chemical prods., plastics/rubber, logs, wood prods., newsprint/paper, paper articles, textiles/leather, nonmetal min. prods., base metals, articles-base metal, electronics, precision instruments, misc. mfg. prods., and mixed freight

Top Purchasers (excluding Texas)

  1. $59.7B

  2. $32.2B

  3. $22B

The largest purchaser of materials and supplies for production, except processed food and beverage inputs for human food manufacturing and food services from Texas (excluding Texas itself) is Louisiana ($59.7B), followed by Oklahoma ($32.2B) and California ($22B)

The following map shows the amount of materials and supplies for production, except processed food and beverage inputs for human food manufacturing and food services that Texas sells to each state (excluding Texas itself). Select a new state from the dropdown menu to update the map to focus on sales for that state.

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Inbound Texas Partners

Freight data is provided using the SCTG product classification. The closest comparible products are live animals/fish, cereal grains, animal feed, building stone, natural sands, gravel, nonmetallic minerals, metallic ores, crude petroleum, basic chemicals, fertilizers, chemical prods., plastics/rubber, logs, wood prods., newsprint/paper, paper articles, textiles/leather, nonmetal min. prods., base metals, articles-base metal, electronics, precision instruments, misc. mfg. prods., and mixed freight

Top Exporters

  1. $39.9B

  2. $16.9B

  3. $16.1B

The largest domestic source for materials and supplies for production, except processed food and beverage inputs for human food manufacturing and food services in Texas (excluding Texas itself) is California ($39.9B), followed by Louisiana ($16.9B) and Oklahoma ($16.1B)

The following map shows the amount of materials and supplies for production, except processed food and beverage inputs for human food manufacturing and food services that each state outbounds to Texas (excluding Texas itself). Select a new state from the dropdown menu to update the map to focus on purchases made by that state.

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Product Flow

Freight data is provided using the SCTG product classification. The closest comparible products are live animals/fish, cereal grains, animal feed, building stone, natural sands, gravel, nonmetallic minerals, metallic ores, crude petroleum, basic chemicals, fertilizers, chemical prods., plastics/rubber, logs, wood prods., newsprint/paper, paper articles, textiles/leather, nonmetal min. prods., base metals, articles-base metal, electronics, precision instruments, misc. mfg. prods., and mixed freight

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Government Spending

Monthly Federal Spending

$82.5B

2017 Obligation Amount

Contract

Most Common Purchase Method

In 2017, the US government spent $82.5B on materials and supplies for production, except processed food and beverage inputs for human food manufacturing and food services.

The following chart shows how that figure fluctuated month by month.

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Purchasing Agencies

Largest Purchasing Agencies

  1. Department of the Navy

    $38.1B

  2. Defense Logistics

    $12.5B

  3. Department of the Air Force

    $12.4B

The agency which purchased the largest amount of materials and supplies for production, except processed food and beverage inputs for human food manufacturing and food services in Fiscal Year 2017 was the Department of the Navy ($38.1B), followed by the Defense Logistics ($12.5B) and the the Department of the Air Force ($12.4B).

The following chart shows the share of purchases of materials and supplies for production, except processed food and beverage inputs for human food manufacturing and food services across all federal agencies.

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