NAICS 31151N - Fluid Milk and Butter Manufacturing

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NAICS 31151N - Fluid Milk and Butter Manufacturing*

* Equivalent to Federal Government NAICS 311511, 311512.

YearCompaniesEstablishmentsEmploymentCompensationProduction ($ million)
Totalwith 20 or more employeesTotal (000)ProductionPayroll ($ mil)Wages ($/hr)Cost of MaterialsValue Added by ManufactureValue Of ShipmentsCapital Invest.
Workers (000)Hours (Mil)
Sources: 1992, 1997, 2002 Economic Census; other years, up to 2006, are from the Annual Survey of Manufactures. Establishment counts for non-Census years are from County Business Patterns; 1997 and 2002 values are from the 1997 and 2002 censuses respectively, reported in the Federal Government's NAICS format. Other years were originally reported in equivalent SIC format. ‘P’s show projections by the editors.
1991 82756467.233.572.11,885.012.4416,572.35,791.522,368.2343.2
1993 75851164.834.073.71,877.912.6916,470.96,249.622,727.4348.0
1994 72149963.131.970.91,893.412.7217,104.46,246.523,346.1365.5
1995 69548963.632.071.61,955.512.8117,310.46,525.423,812.2445.7
1996 66447060.931.169.31,956.213.4118,118.76,526.924,634.2347.7
1998 64144959.131.467.81,964.414.4117,885.36,975.624,847.7485.0
1999 63043259.331.667.72,026.614.8617,446.47,471.924,846.6567.1
2000 60942459.331.366.62,110.915.8217,070.88,021.625,069.9551.0
2001 61441958.731.767.92,167.815.9318,222.18,559.326,759.4711.7
2003 54939859.233.873.62,369.117.1118,880.99,288.228,141.6628.4
2004 54039658.033.171.32,403.517.7219,903.79,831.729,635.2661.1
2005 52638558.733.871.32,519.318.4820,907.710,359.531,216.9696.6
2006 491P358P54.832.168.32,413.719.0321,125.310,019.231,060.9657.6
2007 471P346P55.1P32.2P68.4P2,472.7P19.02P20,741.7P9,837.3P30,496.9P741.2P
2008 451P334P54.5P32.2P68.2P2,516.3P19.49P21,127.5P10,020.3P31,064.2P767.9P
2009 431P322P53.8P32.2P68.0P2,559.9P19.95P21,513.4P10,203.3P31,631.5P794.6P
2010 411P310P53.2P32.2P67.8P2,603.5P20.42P21,899.2P10,386.3P32,198.8P821.3P
YearCompaniesEstablishmentsEmploymentCompensationProduction ($ million)
Totalwith 20 or more employeesTotal (000)ProductionPayroll ($ mil)Wages ($/hr)Cost of MaterialsValue Added by ManufactureValue Of ShipmentsCapital Invest.
Workers (000)Hours (Mil)
Sources: Same as General Statistics. Values reflect change from the base year, 2002. Values above 100 mean greater than 2002, values below 100 mean less than 2002, and the values of 100 in other years means the same as 2002. ‘P’s show projections by the editors.
2001 1101071031011029795103104104116
2003 98102103107111106102107113109103
2004 97102101105107108105113120115108
2005 9499103107107113110118126121114
2006 88P92P96102103108113119122120107
2007 84P89P96P102P103P111P113P117P120P118P121P
2008 81P86P95P102P102P113P116P119P122P120P126P
2009 77P83P94P102P102P115P118P122P124P123P130P
2010 73P80P93P102P102P117P121P124P127P125P134P
For 2002Avg. of All Manufact.Analyzed IndustryIndexFor 2002Avg. of All Manufact.Analyzed IndustryIndex
Sources: Same as General Statistics. The ‘Average of All Manufacturing’ column represents the average of all manufacturing industries reported for the most recent complete year available. The Index shows the relationship between the Average and the Analyzed Industry. For example, 100 means that they are equal; 500 that the Analyzed Industry is five times the average; 50 means that the Analyzed Industry is half the national average. The abbreviation ‘na’ is used to show that data are ‘not available’. Ratios shown for 2002, the last complete census year.
Employees per Establishment42102244Value Added per Production Worker182,367260,441143
Payroll per Establishment1,639,1843,980,143243Cost per Establishment5,769,01531,646,333549
Payroll per Employee39,05338,897100Cost per Employee137,446309,271225
Production Workers per Establishment3056191Cost per Production Worker195,506561,597287
Wages per Establishment694,8452,007,531289Shipments per Establishment11,158,34846,130,054413
Wages per Production Worker23,54835,626151Shipments per Employee265,847450,816170
Hours per Production Worker1,9802,114107Shipments per Production Worker378,144818,625216
Wages per Hour11.8916.85142Investment per Establishment361,3381,094,454303
Value Added per Establishment5,381,32514,676,029273Investment per Employee8,60910,696124
Value Added per Employee128,210143,425112Investment per Production Worker12,24519,422159
LEADING COMPANIES Number shown: 75 Total sales ($ mil): 165,429 Total employment (000): 594.5
Company NameAddress   CEO NamePhoneCo. TypeSales ($ mil)Empl. (000)
Sources: Ward's Business Directory of U.S. Private and Public Companies, Volumes 1 and 2, 2008. The company type code used is as follows: P - Public, R - Private, S - Subsidiary, D - Division, J - Joint Venture, A -Affiliate, G - Group. Sales are in millions of dollars, employees are in thousands. An asterisk (*) indicates an estimated sales volume. The symbol < stands for ‘less than’. Company names and addresses are truncated, in some cases, to fit into the available space.
Kroger Co.1014 Vine St.CincinnatiOH45202David B. Dillon513-762-4000P66,111310.0
Publix Super Markets Inc.PO Box 407LakelandFL33802 863-688-1188R23,017144.0
Dean Foods Co.2515 McKinneyDallasTX75201 214-303-3400P11,82225.6
Land O'Lakes Inc.PO Box 64101St. PaulMN55164 651-481-2222R7,1028.5
Southern Foods Group L.P.PO Box 279000DallasTX75227 214-824-8163S6,883*5.0
Nestle USA Inc.800 N Brand Blvd.GlendaleCA91209Brad Alford818-549-6000S6,737*16.0
Prairie Farms Dairy Inc.1100 N BroadwayCarlinvilleIL62626Ed Mullins217-854-2547R6,467*5.0
Wawa Inc.260 W Baltimore Pk.WawaPA19063Howard Stoeckel610-358-8000R3,90516.0
Ingles Markets Inc.PO Box 6676AshevilleNC28816Robert P. Ingle828-669-2941P2,85217.0
Dairy Farmers of America Inc.10220 N AmbassdrKansas CityMO64153Tom Camerlo816-801-6455R2,521*3.5
HP Hood L.L.C90 Everett Ave.ChelseaMA02150 617-887-3000R2,5005.4
Crystal Cream and Butter Co.PO Box 1313SacramentoCA95812Donald Hansen916-444-7200R2,300*0.1
Kemps L.L.C.1270 Energy Ln.Saint PaulMN55108James Green651-379-6500R2,300*<0.1
Milk Products L.P.5327 S Lamar St.DallasTX75215 214-565-0332R2,280*<0.1
Brookshire Grocery Co.PO Box 1411TylerTX75710Rick Rayford903-534-3000R1,812*12.5
Shamrock Foods Co.2540 N 29th Ave.PhoenixAZ85009 602-233-6400R1,5662.5
Foremost Farms USA CooperativePO Box 111BarabooWI53913David Fuhrmann608-355-8700R1,4191.5
Michael Foods Inc.301 Carlson Pky.MinnetonkaMN55305Gregg Ostrander952-258-4000R1,2473.9
Turner Holdings L.L.C.653 Turner Ln.CovingtonTN38019 901-476-2643R1,180*0.1
Maola Milk and Ice Cream Co.PO Box SNew BernNC28563Steven Graybeal252-638-1131S895*0.2
MD and VA Milk Prod. Coop.1985 Isaac NewtonRestonVA20190 703-742-6800R895*<0.1
Associated Milk Producers Inc.PO Box 455New UlmMN56073Paul Toft507-354-8295R876*1.7
Wells' Dairy Inc.PO Box 1310Le MarsIA51031Doug Wells712-546-4000R816*2.8
Dannon Company Inc.100 Hillside Ave.White PlainsNY10603Juan Carlos Dalto914-872-8400S521*0.9
Hiland Dairy Foods CompanyPO Box 2270SpringfieldMO65801 417-862-9311R489*0.2
Horizon Organic Farms Maryland11471 A HermanKennedyvilleMD21645Charles Marcy410-348-5472S442*0.3
United Dairy Farmers Inc.3955 MontgomeryCincinnatiOH45212Brad Lindner513-396-8700R325*0.2
First District Association101 S Swift Ave.LitchfieldMN55355Clinton Fall320-693-3236R309*0.1
Kohler Mix Specialties L.L.C.4041 Hwy. 61White Bear LakeMN55110J.D. Clarkson651-426-1633S300*0.2
Stremicks Heritage FoodsPO Box 1945Santa AnaCA92702Louis Stremick714-775-5000R250*0.3
United Dairy Inc.PO Box 280Martins FerryOH43935Joseph Carson740-633-1451R210*0.2
Agri-Mark Inc.PO Box 5800LawrenceMA01842 978-689-4442R203*<0.1
Gossner Foods Inc.PO Box 3247LoganUT84323 435-752-9365R198*0.4
Wayne Dairy Products Inc.PO Box 250RichmondIN47375Steven Schmid765-935-7521R191*0.5
O-At-Ka Milk Products Co-Op.PO Box 718BataviaNY14021Bob Hall585-343-0536R178*0.3
Broughton Foods L.L.C.PO Box 656MariettaOH45750 740-373-4121S172*0.9
California Dairies Inc.2000 N Plz. Dr.VisaliaCA93291Richard Cotta559-625-2200R170*<0.1
Horizon Organic Holding Corp.PO Box 17577BoulderCO80308Charles F. Marcy303-530-2711S167*0.3
Tillamook County CreameryPO Box 313TillamookOR97141George Allen503-842-4481R162*0.5
Anderson-Erickson Dairy Co.2420 E UniversityDes MoinesIA50317Mariam Brown515-265-2521R152*0.3
Berkeley Farms Inc.PO Box 4616HaywardCA94540Mike Lasky510-265-8600S150*0.6
Grassland Dairy Products Inc.PO Box 160GreenwoodWI54437Dallas Wuethrich715-267-6182R150*0.2
Horizon Organic Dairy Int'l6311 Horizon Ln.LongmontCO80503Charles Marcy303-530-2711S147*0.1
Belgium Co.825 E LakeshoreKissimmeeFL34744Nino Mazzaro407-348-0177R145*<0.1
Santee Dairies Inc.17851 Railroad St.City of IndustryCA91748Paul Bikowitz626-923-3000R143*0.3
Johanna Foods Inc.PO Box 272FlemingtonNJ08822Robert Facchina908-788-2200R135*0.5
Horizon Organic Dairy Inc.6311 Horizon Ln.LongmontCO80503Charles Marcy303-530-2711S134*0.1
Dean Dairy Products Co.1690 Oneida Ln.SharpsvillePA16150 724-962-7801S1310.3
Coburg Inc.PO Box 63448N CharlestonSC29419Marv Ervin843-554-4870R130*0.3
Bongards' Creameries13200 Cnty Rd 51NorwoodMN55368Gale Hoese952-466-5521R123*0.2
Nelson-Ricks Creamery Co.1755 Salt FreemontSalt Lake CityUT84101Calvin Nelson801-364-3607R117*<0.1
Dean Foods Co.6701 County Rd. 20FriendshipNY14739Joseph Murgolo585-973-3031R114*0.3
Byrne Dairy Inc.240 Oneida St.SyracuseNY13202Carl Byrne315-475-2111R106*0.3
Minerva Cheese Factory Inc.PO Box 60MinervaOH44657Phil Mueller330-868-4196R104*<0.1
Milkco Inc.PO Box 16160AshevilleNC28816Buddy Gaither828-254-9560S103*0.3
Clover-Stornetta Farms Inc.PO Box 750369PetalumaCA94975Dan Benedetti707-778-8448R100*0.2
Clover Farms Dairy CompanyPO Box 14627ReadingPA19612Richard Hartman610-921-9111R99*0.3
T.G. Lee Foods Inc.PO Box 3033OrlandoFL32802Greg Engles407-894-4941S92*0.6
Turner Dairy Farms Inc.1049 Jefferson Rd.PittsburghPA15235Charles Turner412-372-2211R91*0.2
Anderson Dairy Inc.801 Searles Ave.Las VegasNV89101Harold Bellinger702-642-7507R86*0.2
Producers Dairy Food Inc.250 E Belmont Ave.FresnoCA93701Larry Shehadey559-264-6583R85*0.3
Schneiders Dairy Inc.726 Frank St.PittsburghPA15227William Schneider412-881-3525R82*<0.1
Galliker Dairy Co.PO Box 159JohnstownPA15907 814-266-8702R80*0.2
Galloway Co.PO Box 609NeenahWI54957Doug Dieterich920-722-7741R80*<0.1
Bliss Brothers Dairy Inc.PO Box 2288AttleboroMA02703David Bliss508-222-0787R77*0.1
United Dairymen of ArizonaPO Box 26877TempeAZ85285 480-966-7211R76*0.2
Schenkel's All-Star DairyPO Box 642HuntingtonIN46750Gregg Engles260-356-4225S73*0.1
Liberty Dairy Co.PO Box 575EvartMI49631 231-734-5592S71*0.2
H. Meyer Dairy Co.415 John St.CincinnatiOH45215Mike Meyers513-948-8811R70*0.2
Cass-Clay Creamery Inc.PO Box 3126FargoND58108Keith Pagel701-232-1566R69*<0.1
Cumberland Dairy Inc.PO Box 308RosenhaynNJ08352Carmine Catalana856-451-1300R68*<0.1
Gore's Inc.PO Box 1000ComancheTX76442Kenneth Harvick325-356-3045R67*0.2
Bareman Dairy Inc.PO Box 8157HollandMI49422Stanley Bareman616-396-0306R65*0.2
Robinson Dairy L.L.C.646 Bryant St.DenverCO80204 303-825-2990S64*0.2
Sinton Dairy Foods L.L.C.PO Box 578Colorado SpgsCO80901 719-633-3821R63*<0.1
Material QuantityDelivered Cost($ million)
Source: 2002 Economic Census. Explanation of symbols used: (D): Withheld to avoid disclosure of competitive data; na: Not available; (S): Withheld because statistical norms were not met; (X): Not applicable; (Z): Less than half the unit shown; nec: Not elsewhere classified; nsk: Not specified by kind; - : zero; p : 10-19 percent estimated; q : 20-29 percent estimated.
Whole milkmil cwt(S)8,947.3
Fluid skim milkmil cwt(S)619.8
Creammil cwt5.5q392.9
Buttermil lb(D)(D)
Condensed and evaporated lb(S)93.5
Dry milkmil lb113.3q107.7
Natural cheese (excluding cottage cheese)mil lb(S)8.2
Ice cream mixes (excluding lowfat and nonfat).mil gal(S)43.0
Sherbet mixmil gal(D)(D)
Ice cream mix, lowfatmil gal(S)13.2
Ice cream mix, nonfatmil gal(S)1.0
Yogurt mixmil gal(D)(D)
Fats and oils, all types, lb61.6q22.1
High fructose corn syrup (HFCS) (solids)mil lb(S)104.4
Crystalline fructose (dry fructose).mil lb(S)4.6
Dextrose and corn syrup, inclcorn syrup solids (dry weight)mil lb(S)24.6
Sugar, cane and beet (sugar solids)1,000 s tons242.5p99.1
Whey (liquid, concentrated, and dried) and modified whey productsmil lb(S)62.3
Casein and caseinatesmil lb8.6q13.9
Chocolate (compounds, cocoa, chocolate liquor, etc.).mil lb(S)58.0
Flavorings (natural, imitation, etc.), excluding chocolate. (X)338.9
Plastics resins consumed in the form of granules, pellets, etc. (X)203.1
Packaging paper and plastics film, coated and laminated (X)205.4
Bags (plastics, foil, and coated paper). (X)27.3
Plastics products consumed in the form of sheets, rods, etc (X)110.9
Glass containers (X)11.6
Plastics containers (excluding bags) (X)499.0
Paperboard containers, boxes, and corrugated paperboard. (X)466.4
Metal cans, lids, and ends (X)35.2
All other materials, components, parts, containers, and supplies. (X)881.4
Materials, ingredients, containers, and supplies, nsk. (X)734.7
Material QuantityDelivered Cost($ million)
Sources: 2002 Economic Census. Explanation of symbols used: (D): Withheld to avoid disclosure of competitive data; na: Not available; (S): Withheld because statistical norms were not met; (X): Not applicable; (Z): Less than half the unit shown; nec: Not elsewhere classified; nsk: Not specified by kind; - : zero; p : 10-19 percent estimated; q : 20-29 percent estimated.
Whole milkmil cwt(S)277.6
Creammil cwt(S)652.3
Buttermil lb209.3p234.8
Condensed and evaporated lb(S)24.8
Packaging paper and plastics film, coated and laminated (X)17.7
Plastics containers (excluding bags) (X)1.8
Paperboard containers, boxes, and corrugated paperboard. (X)19.2
All other materials, components, parts, containers, and supplies. (X)99.6
Materials, ingredients, containers, and supplies, nsk. (X)9.1
Product or Product Class ShipmentsMil. $Product or Product Class ShipmentsMil. $
Sources: 2002 Economic Census. The values are product shipments in millions of dollars for 2002. Total product shipments may be lower or higher than industry shipments. See Introduction for a full discussion. Values of indented subcategories are summed in the main heading(s). The symbol (D) appears when data are withheld to prevent disclosure of competitive information. The abbreviation nsk stands for ‘not specified by kind’ and nec for ‘not elsewhere classified’. A dash (-) means zero.
FLUID MILK20,858.2      cheese), manufactured in this plant, sold as curd (not creamed)75.4
  Bulk fluid milk and cream3,683.2      Cottage cheese (including bakers', pot, and farmers' cheese), creamed in this plant from purchased curd.45.4
    Fluid whole milk, bulk sales1,785.8    Cottage cheese (including bakers', pot, and farmers' cheese), nsk27.1
    Other bulk fluid milk and cream1,889.3  Yogurt, except frozen1,438.2
      Fluid skim milk, bulk sales352.9    Yogurt, except frozen1,360.9
      Fluid cream and buttermilk, bulk sales.1,320.6      Regular and lowfat yogurt, except frozen1,128.3
      Other bulk fluid milk and cream (eggnog, lowfat, etc.)215.8      Nonfat yogurt, except frozen232.7
    Bulk fluid milk and cream, nsk8.0    Yogurt, except frozen, nsk77.3
  Packaged fluid milk and related products, except U.H.T .12,184.2  Perishable dairy product substitutes .768.3
    Packaged whole fluid milk, except U.H.T4,579.0    Perishable dairy product substitutes.738.5
    Packaged lowfat fluid milk, except U.H.T4,173.7      Perishable flavored dip substitutes.104.6
    Packaged skim fluid milk, except U.H.T1,395.3      Perishable whipped topping, nonbutterfat base (including pressure can type)47.6
    Other packaged fluid milk related products (including cartons, bottles, cans, and dispenser cans)1,889.0      Perishable coffee whitener substitutes.375.6
      Packaged heavy cream (whipping cream containing 36 percent butterfat or more)351.3      Perishable sour cream substitutes.14.3
      Packaged light cream (coffee cream containing less than 36 percent butterfat)184.1      Perishable flavored milk drink substitutes (chocolate drink, etc.)69.6
      Packaged sour cream, unflavored743.6      Other perishable dairy product substitutes126.8
      Packaged half and half459.6    Perishable dairy product substitutes, nsk.29.8
      Packaged whipped topping, butterfat base150.5  Other packaged milk products, nec .1,467.5
    Packaged fluid milk and related products (including cartons, bottles, cans, and dispenser cans), except U.H.T., nsk147.2    Other packaged milk products, nec.1,421.4
  Cottage cheese (including bakers', pot, and farmers' cheese) .770.9      Flavored sour cream dips131.4
    Cottage cheese (including bakers', pot, and farmers' cheese)743.8      Flavored milks (chocolate milk, etc.)885.7
      Cottage cheese (including bakers', pot, and farmers' cheese), manufactured and creamed in this plant.623.0    Other milk products (eggnog, buttermilk, acidophilus milk, reconstituted milk, etc.).404.3
      Cottage cheese (including bakers', pot, and farmers'     Other packaged milk products, nec, nsk46.1
    Fluid milk, nsk, total545.8
Product or Product Class ShipmentsMil.$Product or Product Class ShipmentsMil.$
Sources: 2002 Economic Census. The values are product shipments in millions of dollars for 2002. Total product shipments may be lower or higher than industry shipments. See Introduction for a full discussion. Values of indented subcategories are summed in the main heading(s). The symbol (D) appears when data are withheld to prevent disclosure of competitive information. The abbreviation nsk stands for ‘not specified by kind’ and nec for ‘not elsewhere classified’. A dash (-) means zero.
CREAMERY BUTTER1,999.0Creamery butter, shipped in consumer packages (containers 3 lb or less).853.5
Creamery butter.1,946.7Creamery butter, anhydrous milkfat (butteroil).81.6
Creamery butter, shipped in bulk (containers more than 3 lb)1,011.6Creamery butter manufacturing, nsk, total.52.3
Economic Sector or Industry Providing Inputs%SectorEconomic Sector or Industry Buying Outputs%Sector
Dairy cattle & milk38.4Agric.Personal consumption expenditures64.6 
Compensation of employees12.2 Fluid milk & butter8.9Manufg.
Fluid milk & butter8.6Manufg.General S/L govt. services8.6S/L Govt
Management of companies & enterprises4.7ServicesIce cream & frozen desserts2.8Manufg.
Wholesale trade3.9TradeFood services & drinking places2.7Services
Truck transportation3.3Util.Cheese2.1Manufg.
Paperboard containers2.2Manufg.Colleges, universities, & professional schools1.5Services
Plastics products, nec1.9Manufg.Retail trade1.5Trade
Dry, condensed, & evaporated dairy products1.4Manufg.Dry, condensed, & evaporated dairy products1.2Manufg.
Power generation & supply1.3Util.Hospitals0.8Services
Plastics materials & resins0.9Manufg.Confectionery products, chocolate0.8Manufg.
Flavoring syrups & concentrates0.8Manufg.Change in private inventories0.6In House
Plastics packaging materials, film & sheet0.7Manufg.General Federal government services, nondefense0.6Fed Govt
Monetary authorities/depository credit intermediation0.6Fin/R.E.Confectionery products from cacao beans0.5Manufg.
Advertising & related services0.6ServicesChild day care services0.5Services
Metal cans, boxes, & other containers (light gauge)0.6Manufg.Exports of goods & services0.5Cap Inv
Automotive equipment rental & leasing0.6Fin/R.E.Seasoning & dressing0.3Manufg.
Natural gas distribution0.5Util.Food, nec0.3Manufg.
Real estate0.5Fin/R.E.Hotels & motels, including casino hotels0.2Services
Plastics bottles0.5Manufg.Religious organizations0.2Services
Wet corn milling0.5Manufg.Bread & bakery products0.2Manufg.
Converted paper products, nec0.5Manufg.Cookies, crackers, & pasta0.2Manufg.
Professional, scientific, technical services, nec0.4ServicesConfectionery products, nonchocolate0.1Manufg.
Economic Sector or Industry Providing Inputs%SectorEconomic Sector or Industry Buying Outputs%Sector
Sources: Benchmark Input-Output Accounts for the U.S. Economy, 2002, U.S. Department of Commerce, Washington, D.C., January 2008. The abbreviation nec stands for ‘not elsewhere classified’.
Food, nec0.3Manufg.Civic, social, & professional organizations0.1Services
Lessors of nonfinancial assets0.3Fin/R.E.   
Maintenance/repair of nonresidential structures0.3Construct.   
Commercial & industrial machinery rental & leasing0.3Fin/R.E.   
Services to buildings & dwellings0.3Services   
Taxes on production & imports, less subsidies0.3    
Sugar cane mills & refining0.3Manufg.   
Food services & drinking places0.2Services   
Waste management & remediation services0.2Services   
Legal services0.2Services   
Seasoning & dressing0.2Manufg.   
Confectionery products from cacao beans0.2Manufg.   
Automotive repair & maintenance, ex. car washes0.2Services   
Scientific research & development services0.2Services   
Accounting, tax preparation, bookkeeping, & payroll0.2Services   
Data processing, hosting, & related services0.2Services   
Industrial machinery, nec0.2Manufg.   
Securities, commodity contracts, investments0.2Fin/R.E.   
Air transportation0.2Util.   
Commercial & industrial equipment repair/maintenance0.2Services   
Architectural, engineering, & related services0.2Services   
Hotels & motels, including casino hotels0.1Services   
Coated & laminated paper & packaging materials0.1Manufg.   
Rail transportation0.1Util.   
Warehousing & storage0.1Util.   
Basic organic chemicals, nec0.1Manufg.   
Occupation% of Total 2006Change To 2016Occupation% of Total 2006Change To 2016
Sources: Industry-Occupation Matrix, Bureau of Labor Statistics, December 4, 2007. These data are reported based on 4-digit NAICS categories but have been matched to corresponding 6-digit NAICS industry codes. The change reported for each occupation to the year 2016 is a percent of growth or decline as estimated by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The abbreviation nec stands for ‘not elsewhere classified’.
Packaging & filling machine operators & tenders10.0-11.0Mixing & blending machine operators & tenders2.0-1.1
Food batchmakers7.78.8Sales reps, wholesale & manufacturing, exc tech1.9-1.1
Laborers & freight, stock, & material movers, hand5.6-11.0Production workers, nec1.8-2.9
Truck drivers, heavy & tractor-trailer4.7-1.1Shipping, receiving, & traffic clerks1.6-4.8
Helpers--Production workers4.2-1.1Cooling & freezing equipment operators & tenders1.6-11.0
Industrial truck & tractor operators3.7-11.0Inspectors, testers, sorters, samplers, & weighers1.5-6.7
Driver/sales workers3.7-11.0Truck drivers, light or delivery services1.4-1.1
Maintenance & repair workers, general3.4-1.1Bookkeeping, accounting, & auditing clerks1.2-1.1
Separating, precipitating, & still machine operators3.3-1.1Food cooking machine operators & tenders1.2-11.0
First-line supervisors/managers of production workers3.3-1.1Food preparation & serving workers, incl fast food1.28.8
Packers & packagers, hand2.9-20.8General & operations managers1.2-11.0
Team assemblers2.2-1.1Stock clerks & order fillers1.0-17.2
Industrial machinery mechanics2.113.8   
StateEstablishmentsShipmentsEmploymentCost as % of ShipmentsInvestment Per Employee ($)
Total ($ mil)% of U.S.Per Establ.Total Number% of U.S.Per Establ.Wages ($/hour)
Sources: 2002 Economic Census. The states are in descending order of shipments or establishments (if shipment data are missing for the majority). The symbol (D) appears when data are withheld to prevent disclosure of competitive information. States marked with (D) are sorted by number of establishments. A dash (-) indicates that the data element cannot be calculated. Data may not show all states active in the NAICS category. All data available at the time of publication are shown.
New York371,278.05.034,541.22,8905.17817.9766.611,259
New Jersey10783.03.078,298.01,5272.715320.3263.49,352
North Carolina9616.62.468,512.91,0291.811411.7371.114,036

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NAICS 31151N - Fluid Milk and Butter Manufacturing