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Statistics of U.S. Businesses: 2007:
NAICS 326 - Plastics & rubber products mfg
United States

 
U.S. - Plastics & rubber products mfg - by Employment Size of Enterprise
Introductory text includes scope and methodology. Table includes only establishments with payroll. Nonemployers are shown separately. For descriptions of column headings and rows (industries), click on the appropriate underlined element in the table.
Employment size of enterprise Firms Estab-
lish-
ments
Paid
employees
Annual
payroll
($1,000)
Receipts
($1,000)
All firms 11,187 14,233 855,483 33,477,683 211,794,903
Firms with 1 to 4 employees (or with no employees as of Mar 12) 2,600 2,602 4,928 245,949 1,360,605
Firms with 5 to 9 employees 1,720 1,721 11,622 385,693 1,853,870
Firms with 10 to 19 employees 1,816 1,823 24,958 867,098 4,182,190
Firms with 20 to 99 employees 3,170 3,330 138,284 4,950,414 24,538,438
Firms with 100 to 499 employees 1,270 1,952 201,531 7,308,617 40,085,260
Firms with 500 employees or more 611 2,805 474,160 19,719,912 139,774,540
Firms with 500 to 749 employees 147 379 53,565 2,048,017 13,612,015
Firms with 750 to 999 employees 66 196 33,703 1,318,009 8,842,797
Firms with 1,000 to 1,499 employees 81 279 41,133 1,618,178 11,094,472
Firms with 1,500 to 1,999 employees 51 234 37,695 1,409,459 9,744,547
Firms with 2,000 to 2,499 employees 33 149 23,610 1,001,355 6,921,743
Firms with 2,500 to 4,999 employees 102 596 78,331 3,163,922 25,292,891
Firms with 5,000 employees or more 131 972 206,123 9,160,972 64,266,075

 
 
U.S. - Plastics and rubber products manufacturing - by Year
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Year Firms by employment size of enterprise Paid employees by employment size of enterprise
Total20 + 100 +500 + Total20 + 100 +500 +
link to 2008 detail 2008 10,960 44.9% 16.4% 5.4% 822,126 95.0% 78.5% 54.8%
link to 2007 detail 2007 11,187 45.2% 16.8% 5.5% 855,483 95.1% 79.0% 55.4%
link to 2006 detail 2006 11,456 46.0% 16.8% 5.4% 900,842 95.3% 79.1% 55.8%
link to 2005 detail 2005 11,596 45.5% 16.6% 5.3% 902,109 95.3% 78.9% 55.7%
link to 2004 detail 2004 11,741 44.6% 16.4% 5.3% 908,100 95.1% 79.2% 56.2%
link to 2003 detail 2003 11,828 44.8% 16.4% 5.5% 921,392 95.2% 79.3% 57.3%
link to 2002 detail 2002 12,223 44.8% 15.4% 5.4% 925,607 95.1% 78.4% 57.2%
link to 2001 detail 2001 12,685 46.4% 16.2% 5.4% 1,002,503 95.5% 78.9% 56.8%
link to 2000 detail 2000 12,971 47.0% 16.7% 5.5% 1,056,507 95.7% 79.5% 56.5%
link to 1999 detail 1999 13,364 46.0% 16.3% 5.4% 1,046,935 95.5% 78.9% 55.7%
link to 1998 detail 1998 13,605 45.6% 15.6% 5.2% 1,030,385 95.3% 78.0% 55.0%

 
 
Plastics & rubber products mfg - by State
Introductory text includes scope and methodology. Table includes only establishments with payroll. Nonemployers are shown separately. For descriptions of column headings and rows (industries), click on the appropriate underlined element in the table.
D = Withheld to avoid disclosure
State Firms by employment size of enterprise Paid employees by employment size of enterprise
Total20 + 100 +500 + Total20 + 100 +500 +
United States 11,187 45.2% 16.8% 5.5% 855,483 95.1% 79.0% 55.4%
Alabama 198 57.6% 30.8% 19.2% 18,083 97.0% 83.7% 68.4%
Alaska 10 50.0% 20.0% 20.0% (100-249) D D D
Arizona 197 55.3% 31.5% 17.8% 8,573 92.9% 71.1% 52.4%
Arkansas 145 66.2% 40.0% 25.5% 12,585 97.7% 83.5% 69.1%
California 1,486 46.6% 18.2% 8.4% 70,140 92.2% 66.1% 41.5%
Colorado 169 43.2% 19.5% 12.4% 4,394 86.7% D 28.7%
Connecticut 191 50.8% 24.1% 11.5% 8,061 92.5% 66.7% 28.4%
Delaware 36 63.9% 38.9% 25.0% 1,744 D 79.4% 46.7%
Florida 524 37.0% 19.5% 9.5% 17,136 89.0% 67.4% 31.2%
Georgia 378 62.7% 42.3% 23.3% 28,100 96.8% 85.5% 61.8%
Hawaii 16 18.8%0.0 0.0 217 D 0.0 0.0
Idaho 67 37.3% 20.9% 9.0% 2,278 86.4% D 35.4%
Illinois 649 55.8% 28.8% 16.2% 52,496 96.4% 81.4% 62.4%
Indiana 468 63.7% 37.8% 20.9% 45,201 97.2% 85.3% 63.8%
Iowa 168 60.1% 41.1% 25.6% 14,380 97.0% 85.8% 68.8%
Kansas 134 53.0% 35.8% 17.9% 12,271 97.1% 89.5% 60.8%
Kentucky 202 62.4% 48.0% 29.2% 19,934 97.1% 90.6% 65.8%
Louisiana 115 52.2% 26.1% 18.3% 5,580 93.3% 74.4% 63.9%
Maine 47 53.2% 23.4% 12.8% 2,485 D 68.2% 37.3%
Maryland 114 54.4% 31.6% 16.7% 6,375 94.0% 78.3% 45.4%
Massachusetts 302 50.0% 23.2% 13.6% 15,004 93.0% 70.9% 49.0%
Michigan 609 54.7% 27.4% 12.3% 51,837 96.4% 82.4% 54.9%
Minnesota 343 46.6% 21.3% 9.3% 15,269 92.7% 68.1% 32.0%
Mississippi 133 68.4% 45.1% 30.8% 9,604 96.7% 83.1% 61.0%
Missouri 296 53.7% 30.4% 17.6% 20,612 95.4% 82.1% 57.4%
Montana 21 47.6% 19.0% 9.5% 520 84.2% D D
Nebraska 74 48.6% 33.8% 13.5% 5,506 94.3% 84.3% 51.9%
Nevada 94 60.6% 35.1% 17.0% 4,093 95.6% 75.6% 46.4%
New Hampshire 90 56.7% 25.6% 15.6% 3,618 92.5% 59.1% 39.9%
New Jersey 413 50.8% 22.5% 10.4% 20,433 92.9% 68.7% 39.1%
New Mexico 28 35.7% 21.4% 10.7% (500-999) D D D
New York 574 44.1% 17.2% 7.0% 26,048 92.0% 67.3% 34.7%
North Carolina 413 63.4% 39.7% 24.9% 38,216 97.2% 86.4% 70.3%
North Dakota 30 40.0% 26.7% 16.7% 974 D 74.6% 29.4%
Ohio 915 59.2% 29.1% 14.8% 74,517 96.3% 79.7% 56.5%
Oklahoma 158 46.2% 29.1% 17.1% 12,307 95.3% 86.3% 71.7%
Oregon 185 41.6% 23.2% 11.4% 6,894 90.4% 70.3% 39.2%
Pennsylvania 575 59.0% 31.5% 16.0% 42,723 96.0% 80.1% 53.2%
Rhode Island 66 47.0% 19.7% 10.6% 3,246 91.7% 64.3% 36.4%
South Carolina 205 64.9% 42.0% 23.4% 22,162 97.7% 89.4% 69.8%
South Dakota 43 46.5% 18.6% 14.0% 1,629 91.4% D D
Tennessee 355 55.8% 38.9% 21.4% 31,344 96.7% 89.6% 68.9%
Texas 794 50.8% 25.3% 14.2% 46,120 94.3% 76.5% 55.5%
Utah 151 43.0% 25.8% 11.9% 5,096 90.3% 67.7% 27.9%
Vermont 26 42.3% 19.2% 11.5% 1,373 90.5% D D
Virginia 159 66.0% 47.2% 28.9% 22,225 98.2% 93.1% 78.5%
Washington 228 48.7% 25.0% 15.8% 10,477 93.1% 73.3% 49.7%
West Virginia 50 50.0% 38.0% 26.0% 3,663 94.3% 88.4% 76.3%
Wisconsin 422 55.2% 26.8% 13.5% 28,543 95.4% 76.1% 50.2%
Wyoming 13 38.5% 30.8% 7.7% (250-499) D D D

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