Production figures industry (excl. construction) (1995-2008)

Production figures industry (excl. construction) (1995-2008)

SIC '93 Periods Production Average daily production (2000=100) Production Production seasonally adjusted (2000=100) Production Development average daily production (%) Production Development seasonally adjusted (%) Production Short-term development (seasonally adj) (%) Turnover Total turnover (2000=100) Turnover Domestic sales (2000=100) Turnover International sales (2000=100) Orders Total orders (2000=100)
C-E: Industry (excl. construction) 2008 September* 111.5 113.3 1.3 2.3 . . . . .
C-E: Industry (excl. construction) 2008 October* 117.2 111.2 -1.2 -1.9 . . . . .
C-E: Industry (excl. construction) 2008 November* 117.5 107.7 -5.3 -3.1 . . . . .
C-E: Industry (excl. construction) 2008 December* 110.4 104.3 -11.5 -3.2 . . . . .
C: Mining and quarrying 2008 September* 71.8 104.4 2.3 1.9 . 202.5 178.1 252.5 .
C: Mining and quarrying 2008 October* 104.7 106.4 3.3 2.0 . 281.5 272.4 300.0 .
C: Mining and quarrying 2008 November* 130.3 95.8 -11.0 -10.0 . 322.1 303.9 359.1 .
C: Mining and quarrying 2008 December* 153.5 93.4 -12.7 -2.5 . 412.1 414.8 406.5 .
D: Manufacturing 2008 September* 113.4 109.4 0.0 0.0 -1.9 152.9 151.0 154.5 123.5
D: Manufacturing 2008 October* 113.6 107.7 -1.8 -1.6 -1.3 145.8 146.4 145.3 115.0
D: Manufacturing 2008 November* 110.3 105.3 -5.6 -2.2 -2.7 124.3 124.7 123.9 95.0
D: Manufacturing 2008 December* 96.2 98.2 -12.6 -6.7 -6.3 115.1 119.3 111.5 85.2
DA: Manufacture of food and tobacco 2008 September* 114.4 111.9 2.6 4.1 . 132.7 123.3 143.7 .
DA: Manufacture of food and tobacco 2008 October* 118.0 106.1 -2.9 -5.2 . 138.2 132.2 145.3 .
DA: Manufacture of food and tobacco 2008 November* 115.1 107.2 -4.3 1.0 . 124.9 117.9 133.0 .
DA: Manufacture of food and tobacco 2008 December* 115.6 110.0 -0.1 2.6 . 127.1 128.1 126.0 .
1700a Textiles, clothing, leather(prod.) 2008 September* 89.0 81.7 -4.3 -4.8 . 80.1 66.0 91.7 82.7
1700a Textiles, clothing, leather(prod.) 2008 October* 83.2 76.0 -11.8 -6.9 . 75.9 67.1 83.1 80.4
1700a Textiles, clothing, leather(prod.) 2008 November* 80.7 77.3 -11.3 1.7 . 68.3 57.3 77.4 69.4
1700a Textiles, clothing, leather(prod.) 2008 December* 72.0 75.9 -11.8 -1.9 . 57.2 51.9 61.6 63.5
DE: Paper and printing industry 2008 September* 96.9 92.4 -2.5 -2.7 . 106.3 100.6 120.1 .
DE: Paper and printing industry 2008 October* 97.4 91.2 -3.8 -1.4 . 109.6 105.5 119.5 .
DE: Paper and printing industry 2008 November* 102.0 92.2 -2.2 1.2 . 101.4 98.4 108.7 .
DE: Paper and printing industry 2008 December* 90.7 84.9 -10.3 -7.9 . 103.5 101.9 107.4 .
2300b Ref.petroleum,chemicals,plastic 2008 September* 138.1 136.0 -5.0 -0.9 . 199.3 254.9 170.2 .
2300b Ref.petroleum,chemicals,plastic 2008 October* 136.3 135.1 -2.9 -0.6 . 173.1 207.9 154.9 .
2300b Ref.petroleum,chemicals,plastic 2008 November* 126.0 124.4 -10.4 -7.9 . 135.2 152.1 126.4 .
2300b Ref.petroleum,chemicals,plastic 2008 December* 103.7 111.3 -19.7 -10.6 . 105.9 128.0 94.4 .
2700b Manufacture of metals (total) 2008 September* 107.7 105.5 1.8 0.1 . 145.2 133.0 154.1 107.3
2700b Manufacture of metals (total) 2008 October* 106.9 104.4 -0.5 -1.1 . 142.7 141.7 143.4 94.2
2700b Manufacture of metals (total) 2008 November* 105.4 101.8 -4.1 -2.4 . 125.2 129.8 121.9 82.3
2700b Manufacture of metals (total) 2008 December* 86.9 90.0 -17.1 -11.6 . 125.2 123.0 126.9 80.4
2000d Wood,building materials,furniture 2008 September* 107.2 101.2 0.9 0.5 . 127.4 127.3 127.4 .
2000d Wood,building materials,furniture 2008 October* 109.9 100.8 -0.8 -0.4 . 128.2 129.8 122.5 .
2000d Wood,building materials,furniture 2008 November* 106.8 99.7 -4.1 -1.0 . 112.5 115.5 101.4 .
2000d Wood,building materials,furniture 2008 December* 92.0 96.3 -4.6 -3.4 . 97.2 100.5 84.7 .
E: Public utility companies 2008 September* 121.6 137.0 3.9 7.0 . 155.0 . . .
E: Public utility companies 2008 October* 143.9 142.0 4.5 3.7 . 158.2 . . .
E: Public utility companies 2008 November* 153.2 142.7 1.5 0.5 . 190.1 . . .
E: Public utility companies 2008 December* 162.6 136.6 -2.3 -4.3 . 367.2 . . .
Source: CBS.
Explanation of symbols

Table description

Indices (2000=100) production, sales and orders, industry (excl.
construction) and production development by SIC 1993.
1995 - 2008; January 1995 - December 2008
Changed on May 12 2009.
Frequency: Discontinued.

Description topics

Production
Average daily production
The average daily production is calculated using a regression method.
An adjustment is being made for changes in production because of:
- national holidays
- bridge days
- working day effects
- leap year effects
- shifting holiday patterns
This results in the so-called "average daily index" which is significant
for the determination of development of production volume of a certain
month in a particular year compared with the same month in the
previous year.
Production seasonally adjusted
The average daily production is seasonally adjusted. Data on industry
classes are published every quarter, data on industry, manufacturing,
mining and quarrying and public utilities every month. A correction
factor is calculated for each class. The subsequent compilation of the
aggregates takes the share of each class into account. This results in
the so-called "average daily index, seasonally adjusted" which is
significant for the determination of development of production volume
of a certain period in a particular year compared with the previous
period in the same year.
Development average daily production
The development of the average daily production in terms of percentage of
a certain period (month, quarter, year) compared with the same period of
the previous year.
Development seasonally adjusted
The development of the seasonally adjusted production in terms of
percentage of a certain period (month, quarter, year) compared with the
previous period.
Short-term development (seasonally adj)
The short-term development of the seasonally adjusted production shows
the development of the average of the last two months (t and t-1)
compared with the average of the two previous months (t-2 and t-3). This
serie shows a more steady picture than the development seasonally
adjusted. These monthly results are only published for the manufactory.
Turnover
Turnover refers to the invoice value (excl. VAT) of sales to third parties
of goods and services processed within the company.
Total turnover
Total turnover covers domestic and international sales.
Domestic sales
Domestic sales include export through exporters or other non-
manufacturing companies.
International sales
International sales refer to direct exports by manufacturing companies.
Exports through exporters or other non-manufacturing companies are
included in domestic sales.
Orders
The total order received refers to the value (excl. VAT) of accepted
manufacturing orders in the period under review.
Total orders