2007 Commodity Flow Survey State Summary: Missouri

2007 Commodity Flow Survey State Summary: Missouri

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Summary Value Weight
Total shipments originating in Missouri $ 225,954 (millions) 305,184 (thousand tons)
Percent of total U.S. shipments 1.9 2.3

Commodity Shipments Originating in Missouri by Value

2 Digits SCTG - Commodity Desc. Percent of value
36 Motorized and other vehicles (including parts) 11.8
21 Pharmaceutical products 8.8
43 Mixed freight 6.1
40 Miscellaneous manufactured products 5.8
35 Electronic & other electrical equip & components & office equip 5.2
Other commodities 62.3
Total 100.0

Commodity Shipments Originating in Missouri by Weight

2 Digits SCTG - Commodity Desc. Percent of weight
12 Gravel and crushed stone 29.3
31 Nonmetallic mineral products 11.2
2 Cereal grains 9.7
3 Other agricultural products 4.1
41 Waste and scrap 3.8
Other commodities 41.9
Total 100.0

Outbound Shipments for State of Missouri by Value and Weight

State of Destination Percent of value
Missouri 35.0
Illinois 9.0
Texas 6.1
California 4.3
Kansas 4.1
Arkansas 2.7
Other states 38.8
Total 100.0

State of Destination Percent of weight
Missouri 60.7
Louisiana 7.8
Illinois 5.7
Texas 4.1
Tennessee 3.2
Arkansas 3.0
Other states 15.5
Total 100.0

Inbound Shipments for State of Missouri by Value and Weight

State of Origin Percent of value
Missouri 33.8
Illinois 8.3
Kansas 6.9
Tennessee 6.6
Indiana 3.8
Michigan 3.8
Other states 36.9
Total 100.0

State of Origin Percent of weight
Missouri 56.0
Wyoming 16.6
Illinois 6.8
Kansas 6.5
Oklahoma 1.3
Texas 1.2
Other states 11.7
Total 100.0

Modes of Transportation for Shipments Originating in Missouri

Mode of Transportation Percent of value
Truck 71.8
Air (incl truck and air) S
Rail 3.2
Water 1.3
Pipeline S
Multiple modes 16.2
Parcel, U.S.P.S. or courier 13.8
Other and unknown modes S
Total 100.0

Mode of Transportation Percent of weight
Truck 75.2
Air (incl truck and air) Z
Rail 7.1
Water 10.0
Pipeline S
Multiple modes 4.3
Parcel, U.S.P.S. or courier 0.3
Other and unknown modes S
Total 100.0

Domestic Distance Shipped for Commodities Originating in Missouri

Distance Shipped Percent of value
Less than 50 miles 29.5
50 to 99 miles 7.0
100 to 249 miles 14.0
250 to 499 miles 17.7
500 to 749 miles 13.3
750 to 999 miles 9.0
1,000 to 1,499 miles 5.9
1,500 to 1,999 miles 3.5
2,000 miles or more 0.1
Total 100.0

Distance Shipped Percent of weight
Less than 50 miles 56.8
50 to 99 miles 6.8
100 to 249 miles 11.1
250 to 499 miles 12.4
500 to 749 miles 8.2
750 to 999 miles 3.1
1,000 to 1,499 miles 1.2
1,500 to 1,999 miles 0.5
2,000 miles or more Z
Total 100.0

Shipment by Industry Originating in Missouri

NAICS - Industry Percent of value
212 Mining (except oil and gas) 0.5
31-33 Manufacturing 49.7
42 Wholesale trade 40.4
4541 Electronic shopping and mail-order houses 1.8
45431 Fuel dealers 0.2
4931 Warehousing and storage 3.6
5111 Newspaper, periodical, book, and directory publishers 0.5
551114 Corporate, subsidiary, and regional managing offices 3.3
Total 100.0

NAICS - Industry Percent of weight
212 Mining (except oil and gas) 35.6
31-33 Manufacturing 30.5
42 Wholesale trade 31.5
4541 Electronic shopping and mail-order houses Z
45431 Fuel dealers 0.2
4931 Warehousing and storage 1.4
5111 Newspaper, periodical, book, and directory publishers 0.1
551114 Corporate, subsidiary, and regional managing offices 0.6
Total 100.0

* Estimate for pipelines exclude shipments of crude petroleum.
** Multiple modes inlcudes Parcel, U.S.P.S or Courier, Truck-Rail, Truck-Water, Rail-Water and Other multiple modes
- = Represents data cell equal to zero.
S = Estimate does not meet publication standards because of high sampling variability or poor response quality.
Z = Less than half the unit shown. Represents an estimate that is between zero and half the unit shown, thus, has rounded down to zero.

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Transportation, Research and Innovative Technology Administration, Bureau of Transportation Statistics and U.S. Department of Commerce, U.S. Census Bureau, 2007 Commodity Flow Survey data, March 2010.