Materials and supplies for clay, glass, cement, and other nonmetallic minerals products manufacturing

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Top Producer

Texas

$21.6B in 2015

Top Consumer

Texas

$22.8B in 2015

Most Common Transport Type

Truck

1.63B tons

Federal Obligation

$317M

2017 Fiscal Year

Top Purchasing Agency

Bureau of Engraving and Printing

$185M in 2017

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In 2015, the top producer of Materials and supplies for clay, glass, cement, and other nonmetallic minerals products manufacturing was Texas with $21.6B. This is expected to increase 49.8% to $32.4B by 2045. The top consumer was Texas with $22.8B, and those inbound shipments are expected to increase 35.8% to $31B by 2045.

Freight data is provided using the SCTG product classification. The closest comparible products are natural sands, nonmetallic minerals, and nonmetal min. prods.

In 2015, the most common means of transport for Materials and supplies for clay, glass, cement, and other nonmetallic minerals products manufacturing, by weight, was Truck with 1.63B tons, followed by Rail with 71.9M tons and Multiple Modes and Mail with 28.4M tons.

In 2017, the US government spent $317M on Materials and supplies for clay, glass, cement, and other nonmetallic minerals products manufacturing. The agency which purchased the largest amount of Materials and supplies for clay, glass, cement, and other nonmetallic minerals products manufacturing in 2017 was Bureau of Engraving and Printing ($185M), followed by Department of the Army ($28M) and the Defense Logistics ($22.8M).

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Production

Freight data is provided using the SCTG product classification. The closest comparible products are natural sands, nonmetallic minerals, and nonmetal min. prods.

Largest Producers in 2015

  1. $21.6B

  2. $19.8B

  3. $19.1B

In 2015, the US state which produced the most outbound materials and supplies for clay, glass, cement, and other nonmetallic minerals products manufacturing was Texas ($21.6B). Production in Texas is expected to increase 49.8% to $32.4B by 2045.

The following chart shows the top 5 states that outbound materials and supplies for clay, glass, cement, and other nonmetallic minerals products manufacturing.

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Consumption

Freight data is provided using the SCTG product classification. The closest comparible products are natural sands, nonmetallic minerals, and nonmetal min. prods.

Largest Consumers in 2015

  1. $22.8B

  2. $19.5B

  3. $12.8B

In 2015, the US state which consumed the most inbound materials and supplies for clay, glass, cement, and other nonmetallic minerals products manufacturing was Texas ($22.8B). Consumption in Texas is expected to increase 35.8% to $31B by 2045.

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Transportation Method by Weight

Freight data is provided using the SCTG product classification. The closest comparible products are natural sands, nonmetallic minerals, and nonmetal min. prods.

Most Common Means

  1. Truck

    1.63B tons

  2. Rail

    71.9M tons

  3. Multiple Modes and Mail

    28.4M tons

In 2015, the most common means of transport for materials and supplies for clay, glass, cement, and other nonmetallic minerals products manufacturing, by weight, was Truck with 1.63B tons, followed by Rail with 71.9M tons and Multiple Modes and Mail with 28.4M 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 natural sands, nonmetallic minerals, and nonmetal min. prods.

Top Purchasers (excluding Texas)

  1. $318M

  2. $305M

  3. $289M

The largest purchaser of materials and supplies for clay, glass, cement, and other nonmetallic minerals products manufacturing from Texas (excluding Texas itself) is Oklahoma ($318M), followed by Louisiana ($305M) and California ($289M)

The following map shows the amount of materials and supplies for clay, glass, cement, and other nonmetallic minerals products manufacturing 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 natural sands, nonmetallic minerals, and nonmetal min. prods.

Top Exporters

  1. $519M

  2. $390M

  3. $254M

The largest domestic source for materials and supplies for clay, glass, cement, and other nonmetallic minerals products manufacturing in Texas (excluding Texas itself) is Oklahoma ($519M), followed by Georgia ($390M) and Ohio ($254M)

The following map shows the amount of materials and supplies for clay, glass, cement, and other nonmetallic minerals products manufacturing 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 natural sands, nonmetallic minerals, and nonmetal min. prods.

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Government Spending

Monthly Federal Spending

$317M

2017 Obligation Amount

Contract

Most Common Purchase Method

In 2017, the US government spent $317M on materials and supplies for clay, glass, cement, and other nonmetallic minerals products manufacturing.

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Purchasing Agencies

Largest Purchasing Agencies

  1. Bureau of Engraving and Printing

    $185M

  2. Department of the Army

    $28M

  3. Defense Logistics

    $22.8M

The agency which purchased the largest amount of materials and supplies for clay, glass, cement, and other nonmetallic minerals products manufacturing in Fiscal Year 2017 was the Bureau of Engraving and Printing ($185M), followed by the Department of the Army ($28M) and the the Defense Logistics ($22.8M).

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