Automobiles, light-duty trucks, and related products

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Top Producer

Michigan

$135B in 2015

Top Consumer

Texas

$103B in 2015

Most Common Transport Type

Truck

126M tons

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In 2015, the top producer of Automobiles, light-duty trucks, and related products was Michigan with $135B. This is expected to increase 3.78% to $141B by 2045. The top consumer was Texas with $103B, and those inbound shipments are expected to increase 16.1% to $120B by 2045.

Freight data is provided using the SCTG product classification. The closest comparible products are motorized vehicles

In 2015, the most common means of transport for Automobiles, light-duty trucks, and related products , by weight, was Truck with 126M tons, followed by Multiple Modes and Mail with 10.7M tons and Rail with 2.7M tons.

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Production

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Largest Producers in 2015

  1. $135B

  2. $122B

  3. $96.7B

In 2015, the US state which produced the most outbound automobiles, light-duty trucks, and related products was Michigan ($135B). Production in Michigan is expected to increase 3.78% to $141B by 2045.

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Consumption

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Largest Consumers in 2015

  1. $103B

  2. $89.4B

  3. $82.1B

In 2015, the US state which consumed the most inbound automobiles, light-duty trucks, and related products was Texas ($103B). Consumption in Texas is expected to increase 16.1% to $120B by 2045.

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Transportation Method by Weight

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Most Common Means

  1. Truck

    126M tons

  2. Multiple Modes and Mail

    10.7M tons

  3. Rail

    2.7M tons

In 2015, the most common means of transport for automobiles, light-duty trucks, and related products , by weight, was Truck with 126M tons, followed by Multiple Modes and Mail with 10.7M tons and Rail with 2.7M tons. The following chart shows the breakdown of each transportation type compared to the national average for all products.

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Outbound Michigan Partners

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Top Purchasers (excluding Michigan)

  1. $10.4B

  2. $8.84B

  3. $5.96B

The largest purchaser of automobiles, light-duty trucks, and related products from Michigan (excluding Michigan itself) is Ohio ($10.4B), followed by Illinois ($8.84B) and Texas ($5.96B)

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Inbound Texas Partners

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Top Exporters

  1. $5.96B

  2. $5.46B

  3. $5.02B

The largest domestic source for automobiles, light-duty trucks, and related products in Texas (excluding Texas itself) is Michigan ($5.96B), followed by California ($5.46B) and Kentucky ($5.02B)

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Product Flow

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