1997 Economic Census:
Comparative Statistics for Utah
1987 SIC Basis: Wholesale Trade

 
Wholesale Trade by Major Group (2-digit SIC)
Includes only establishments with payroll. Data are in current dollars and have not been adjusted for inflation. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. Introductory text includes scope and methodology.
For descriptions of column headings and rows (industries), click on the appropriate underlined element in the table. "% chg" columns show percent change between 1992 and 1997. An alternate display has 1992 columns.

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SIC 1987 SIC Description Establishments Sales
($1,000)
Paid employees Annual payroll
($1,000)
1997 % chg 1997 % chg 1997 % chg 1997 % chg
  Wholesale trade 3,818 18.2 22,789,697 49.1 50,823 28.3 1,592,842 58.6
50 Wholesale trade - durable goods 2,613 19.7 12,388,054 82.5 31,122 30.9 1,050,415 63.9
51 Wholesale trade - nondurable goods 1,205 15.0 10,401,643 22.5 19,701 24.5 542,427 49.2
N=Comparable data not available D=Withheld to avoid disclosure

 

 

Wholesale Trade by Industry (4-digit SIC)
Includes only establishments with payroll. Data are in current dollars and have not been adjusted for inflation. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. Introductory text includes scope and methodology.
For descriptions of column headings and rows (industries), click on the appropriate underlined element in the table. "% chg" columns show percent change between 1992 and 1997. An alternate display has 1992 columns.

SIC 1987 SIC Description Establishments Sales
($1,000)
Paid employees Annual payroll
($1,000)
1997 % chg 1997 % chg 1997 % chg 1997 % chg
  Wholesale trade 3,818 18.2 22,789,697 49.1 50,823 28.3 1,592,842 58.6
50 Wholesale trade - durable goods 2,613 19.7 12,388,054 82.5 31,122 30.9 1,050,415 63.9
501 Motor vehicles and motor vehicle parts and supplies 326 0.3 2,840,850 156.0 4,376 7.1 114,328 23.6
5012 Automobiles and other motor vehicles 50 0.0 2,123,290 278.2 1,252 0.9 35,453 14.7
5013 Motor vehicle supplies and new parts 181 -6.2 D N (1000-2499) N D N
5014 Tires and tubes 43 22.9 D N (500-999) N D N
5015 Motor vehicle parts, used 52 10.6 31,850 107.6 324 20.9 5,504 51.6
502 Furniture and home furnishings 146 28.1 389,439 86.9 1,454 42.7 41,675 106.9
5021 Furniture 54 3.8 194,097 101.0 426 17.4 14,754 88.0
5023 Home furnishings 92 48.4 195,342 74.7 1,028 56.7 26,921 119.0
503 Lumber and other construction materials 206 54.9 1,111,101 105.4 2,739 83.6 84,895 125.9
5031 Lumber, plywood, millwork, and wood panels 75 82.9 697,607 115.7 1,271 81.1 41,797 127.1
5032 Brick, stone, and related construction materials 45 32.4 D N (250-499) N D N
5033 Roofing, siding, and insulation materials 34 36.0 150,192 53.7 348 33.3 12,055 88.4
5039 Other construction materials 52 57.6 D N (500-999) N D N
504 Professional and commercial equipment and supplies 393 12.3 D N (5000-9999) N D N
5043 Photographic equipment and supplies 7 0.0 22,858 20.0 81 28.6 3,176 76.6
5044 Office equipment 48 -17.2 239,648 86.2 1,313 21.0 49,908 63.3
5045 Computers and computer peripheral equipment and supplies 162 5.2 D N (1000-2499) N D N
5046 Other commercial equipment 44 25.7 141,329 104.1 541 30.4 14,262 71.4
5047 Medical, dental, and hospital equipment and supplies 96 33.3 297,532 44.2 666 16.6 27,572 33.6
5048 Ophthalmic goods 16 23.1 D N (100-249) N D N
5049 Other professional equipment and supplies 20 81.8 D N (250-499) N D N
505 Metals and minerals, except petroleum 92 55.9 578,333 72.5 1,509 91.0 45,435 103.4
5051 Metals service centers and offices 82 64.0 468,492 83.8 1,397 107.3 40,940 122.3
5052 Coal and other minerals and ores 10 11.1 109,841 36.7 112 -3.4 4,495 14.6
506 Electrical goods 347 16.1 1,610,558 78.6 3,724 34.6 174,007 111.3
5063 Electrical apparatus and equipment, wiring supplies, and construction materials 173 11.6 713,473 54.3 1,652 24.9 57,957 54.3
5064 Electrical appliances, television and radio sets 32 -11.1 103,708 -20.1 292 -22.8 8,834 -9.2
5065 Other electronic parts and equipment 142 31.5 793,377 156.6 1,780 67.0 107,216 205.9
507 Hardware and plumbing and heating equipment and supplies 245 38.4 859,422 71.4 2,572 25.5 82,799 66.6
5072 Hardware 80 53.8 219,759 52.2 778 38.4 21,350 42.1
5074 Plumbing and heating equipment and supplies 111 52.1 399,205 66.6 1,296 17.5 41,599 79.9
5075 Warm air heating and air-conditioning equipment and supplies 38 -7.3 138,458 48.3 354 11.0 14,866 58.6
5078 Refrigeration equipment and supplies 16 45.5 102,000 325.5 144 121.5 4,984 130.8
508 Machinery, equipment, and supplies 607 15.0 2,129,450 56.5 7,015 30.4 240,419 60.7
5082 Construction and mining (except petroleum) machinery and equipment 65 14.0 582,273 66.4 1,398 26.4 64,210 53.1
5083 Farm and garden machinery and equipment 61 0.0 D N (1000-2499) N D N
5084 Industrial machinery and equipment 268 23.5 789,475 70.2 2,354 20.5 83,566 64.4
5085 Industrial supplies 125 23.8 325,466 27.8 1,068 35.7 37,224 60.9
5087 Service establishment equipment and supplies 70 -7.9 D N (500-999) N D N
5088 Transportation equipment and supplies, except motor vehicles 18 12.5 64,950 84.0 368 63.6 9,502 108.3
509 Miscellaneous durable goods 251 26.8 D N (2500-4999) N D N
5091 Sporting and recreational goods and supplies 68 36.0 351,355 -10.6 556 -6.9 13,301 -11.7
5092 Toys and hobby goods and supplies 28 55.6 49,650 62.0 567 283.1 8,868 297.1
5093 Recyclable materials 64 23.1 D N (500-999) N D N
5094 Jewelry, watches, silverware, precious stones, and precious metals 30 11.1 276,127 22.6 440 6.8 29,377 30.4
5099 Durable goods, n.e.c. 61 19.6 93,789 -8.3 385 -10.3 7,654 15.2
SIC 1987 SIC Description Establishments Sales
($1,000)
Paid employees Annual payroll
($1,000)
1997 % chg 1997 % chg 1997 % chg 1997 % chg
51 Wholesale trade - nondurable goods 1,205 15.0 10,401,643 22.5 19,701 24.5 542,427 49.2
511 Paper and paper products 123 17.1 581,422 53.9 1,817 43.2 47,108 57.7
5111 Printing and writing paper 11 37.5 D N (250-499) N D N
5112 Stationery and office supplies 90 21.6 269,651 N 1,310 N 25,500 N
5113 Industrial and personal service paper 22 -4.3 D N (100-249) N D N
512 Drugs, drug proprietaries, and druggists' sundries 114 132.7 2,732,101 201.6 3,081 58.2 107,101 152.4
5122 Drugs, drug proprietaries, and druggists' sundries 114 132.7 2,732,101 201.6 3,081 58.2 107,101 152.4
513 Apparel, piece goods, and notions 92 24.3 D N (500-999) N D N
5131 Piece goods, notions, and other dry goods 20 -4.8 D N (100-249) N D N
5136 Men's and boys' clothing and furnishings 32 6.7 57,050 54.9 174 -31.8 3,715 13.4
5137 Women's and children's and infants' clothing and accessories 35 84.2 56,717 47.8 348 169.8 4,443 88.7
5139 Footwear 5 25.0 D N (20-99) N D N
514 Groceries and related products 311 6.1 4,275,658 9.0 7,533 6.6 218,173 23.7
5141 Groceries, general-line 34 3.0 1,926,438 43.8 2,530 31.6 84,099 60.8
5142 Packaged frozen foods 23 4.5 220,310 N 417 N 11,422 N
5143 Dairy products, except dried or canned 26 52.9 191,975 1.8 389 44.6 10,290 84.7
5144 Poultry and poultry products 6 -33.3 147,396 177.3 69 -29.6 2,516 33.5
5145 Confectionery 19 -20.8 165,865 -3.0 619 26.8 14,645 63.2
5146 Fish and seafoods 3 -25.0 D N (20-99) N D N
5147 Meats and meat products 27 17.4 D N (250-499) N D N
5148 Fresh fruits and vegetables 31 -16.2 169,691 -12.2 567 -38.2 14,617 -20.2
5149 Other groceries and related products 142 14.5 D N (2500-4999) N D N
515 Farm-product raw materials 30 7.1 152,461 -14.0 327 0.3 2,990 10.2
5153 Grain and field beans 15 15.4 D N (20-99) N D N
5154 Livestock 12 50.0 110,991 N 235 N 1,257 N
5159 Other farm-product raw materials 3 -57.1 D N (1-19) N D N
516 Chemicals and allied products 131 7.4 405,384 18.7 1,185 18.5 44,450 41.5
5162 Plastics materials and basic forms and shapes 36 24.1 152,114 39.6 326 30.9 14,936 40.6
5169 Chemicals and allied products, n.e.c. 95 2.2 253,270 8.9 859 14.4 29,514 42.0
517 Petroleum and petroleum products 77 -30.6 D N (1000-2499) N D N
5171 Petroleum bulk stations and terminals 49 -42.4 D N (500-999) N D N
5172 Petroleum and petroleum products, except bulk stations and terminals 28 7.7 209,325 62.4 273 -21.1 5,885 24.6
518 Beer, wine, and distilled alcoholic beverages 20 0.0 D N (250-499) N D N
5181 Beer and ale 15 -11.8 166,386 N 480 N 15,201 N
5182 Wine and distilled alcoholic beverages 5 66.7 D N (1-19) N D N
519 Miscellaneous nondurable goods 307 24.8 D N (2500-4999) N D N
5191 Farm supplies 81 -3.6 344,518 198.4 684 34.6 13,338 63.3
5192 Books, periodicals, and newspapers 47 38.2 149,261 43.0 714 47.5 15,420 77.7
5193 Flowers, nursery stock, and florists' supplies 35 2.9 D N (500-999) N D N
5194 Tobacco and tobacco products 5 66.7 133,655 58.9 235 7.3 6,078 15.3
5198 Paints, varnishes, and supplies 27 28.6 52,386 56.7 205 60.2 5,519 99.5
5199 Other miscellaneous nondurable goods 112 60.0 D N (500-999) N D N
N=Comparable data not available D=Withheld to avoid disclosure

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Source: 1997 Economic Census, Comparative Statistics   - Questions?
Last revised: July 13, 2011