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NOTICE:  Revision of Tables 

April 2, 2019

Both Table 3. Estimated Total Inventories of U.S. Merchant Wholesalers:  1992 through 2017 and Table 4. Estimated Annual Purchases, Gross Margins, and Gross Margins as a Percent of Sales for U.S. Merchant Wholesalers, Except Manufacturers' Sales Branches and Offices:  1992 through 2017 that were released on March 6, 2019 have been revised and are available below with the revision notation. 

The U.S. Census Bureau discovered an error, through internal review, in the following tables:

Table 3. Estimated Total Inventories of U.S. Merchant Wholesalers:  1992 through 2017

The Table 3 error impacts NAICS 4233, Lumber and Other Construction Materials; Subsector 423, Nondurable Goods; and Sector 42, Wholesale Trade for years 2008 - 2015. The following wholesale type of operations are also impacted by the error: Merchant Wholesalers and Merchant Wholesalers, except manufacturers’ sales branches and offices.

Table 4. Estimated Annual Purchases, Gross Margins, and Gross Margins as a Percent of Sales for U.S. Merchant Wholesalers, Except Manufacturers' Sales Branches and Offices:  1992 through 2017

The Table 4 error impacts Gross margins and Gross margins as a percent of sales for NAICS 4233, Lumber and Other Construction Materials; Subsector 423, Nondurable Goods; and Sector 42, Wholesale Trade for years 2008-2016. 

No additional tables released were affected.

NOTE: With the release of the 2019 Annual Wholesale Trade Survey, the detailed expense estimates for 2017 (Table 5.1), collected as part of the Business Expenses Supplement (BES) to the 2017 AWTS, and the corresponding measures of sampling variability (Table 5.1A) were revised to reflect benchmarking to the final results of the 2017 Economic Census. These revised tables can be found here.

NOTE: With the release of the 2019 Annual Wholesale Trade Survey, the detailed expense estimates for 2017 (Table 5.1), collected as part of the Business Expenses Supplement (BES) to the 2017 AWTS, and the corresponding measures of sampling variability (Table 5.1A) were revised to reflect benchmarking to the final results of the 2017 Economic Census. These revised tables can be found here.

Summary of Changes

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