Table 6 
Estimates of impact of COVID-19 on manufacturing sales by industry – Unadjusted 

Estimates of impact of COVID-19 on manufacturing sales by industry – Unadjusted
Lower 95% confidence interval – May 2020Estimate – May 2020Upper 95% confidence interval – May 2020
  millions of dollarsmillions of dollarsmillions of dollars
Manufacturing -15,778 -15,236 -14,694
Food manufacturing -958 -806 -654
Beverage and tobacco product manufacturing -112 -96 -80
Textile mills -32 -25 -17
Textile product mills -35 -26 -17
Clothing manufacturing -105 -74 -43
Leather and allied product manufacturing -10 -8 -6
Paper manufacturing -272 -229 -185
Printing and related support activities -352 -302 -251
Petroleum and coal products manufacturing -1,836 -1,827 -1,818
Chemical manufacturing -678 -580 -482
Plastics and rubber products manufacturing -1,249 -791 -334
Wood product manufacturing -516 -447 -378
Non-metallic mineral product manufacturing -160 -137 -115
Primary metal manufacturing -735 -710 -684
Fabricated metal product manufacturing -923 -836 -749
Machinery manufacturing -849 -760 -671
Computer and electronic product manufacturing -239 -199 -160
Electrical equipment, appliance and component manufacturing -215 -180 -145
Transportation equipment manufacturing -6,767 -6,652 -6,536
Furniture and related product manufacturing -358 -304 -250
Miscellaneous manufacturing -326 -249 -172
Note(s):
  • Data in this table are not seasonally adjusted.
  • The sum of the individual industries may not add up to the total as a result of rounding.
  • In the table, the sampling variability is expressed by using the Wald confidence interval at a confidence level of 95%, which means we expect that the real value falls within the given confidence interval at a 95% confidence level.
Source(s):
Monthly Survey of Manufacturing (2101).
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