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Alberta's Manufacturing Industries (NAICS 1, 3, 4, 5 and 6 Digits) by Alberta's Census Divisions (2009)


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Customization details:   This information product has been customized to present information on manufacturing industries by Alberta's Census Divisions (CD) by 1, 3, 4, 5 and 6 digit NAICS codes for 2009. Other variables presented include:   - Number of establishments - Total revenue - Revenue from goods manufactured - Total expenses - Total salaries and wages (direct and indirect labour) - Production workers wages (direct labour) - Non-manufacturing employees salaries (indirect labour) - Total cost of energy, water, utility and vehicle fuel - Cost of energy and water utility - Cost of vehicle fuel - Cost of materials and supplies - Total number of employees (direct and indirect labour) - Number of production workers (direct labour) - Number of non-manufacturing employees (indirect labour) - Total opening inventories - Opening inventories - Goods or work in process - Opening inventories - Finished goods manufactured - Total closing inventories - Closing inventories - Goods/work in process - Closing inventories - Finished good manufactured - Manufacturing value added   Annual Survey of Manufactures and Logging The Annual Survey of Manufactures and Logging (ASML) is a survey of the manufacturing and logging industries in Canada. It is intended to cover all establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing and logging activities, as well as the sales offices and warehouses which support these establishments.

The details collected include principal industrial statistics (such as revenue, employment, salaries and wages, cost of materials and supplies used, cost of energy and water utility, inventories, etc.), as well as information about the commodities produced and consumed.

Data collected by the Annual Survey of Manufactures and Logging are important because they help measure the production of Canada's industrial and primary resource sectors, as well as provide an indication of the well-being of each industry covered by the survey and its contribution to the Canadian economy. Within Statistics Canada, the data are used by the Canadian System of National Accounts, the Monthly Survey of Manufacturing (record number 2101) and Prices programs. The data are also used by the business community, trade associations, federal and provincial departments, as well as international organizations and associations to profile the manufacturing and logging industries, undertake market studies, forecast demand and develop trade and tariff policies. Product Main Page


January 31, 2012

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