Table 12. Weight of Commodity Flows for Selected Industry Group (NAICS) by State of Origin: 2007

Table 12. Weight of Commodity Flows for Selected Industry Group (NAICS) by State of Origin: 2007

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Origin State NAICS 212 NAICS
31-33
NAICS 42 NAICS 4541 NAICS 45431 NAICS 4931 NAICS 5111 NAICS 551114
Alabama 62,566 113,145 85,990 109 319 1,417 108 5,271
Alaska 5,915 14,067 8,117 S 388 S S 38
Arizona 66,999 62,172 35,286 34 S 6,501 95 4,194
Arkansas 34,852 62,131 35,842 S S 2,965 40 1,330
California 123,658 398,094 333,121 1,142 S 26,647 1,166 14,747
Colorado 75,282 38,999 36,268 S S 1,919 S 445
Connecticut 15,715 19,216 39,098 S 2,901 588 S 1,284
Delaware 2,210 14,679 8,261 S 172 143 21 S
District of Columbia Z 2,838 S S Z Z S Z
Florida 131,266 201,462 190,134 87 765 7,973 804 7,959
Georgia 89,878 126,759 137,209 439 606 14,515 S S
Hawaii 3,487 22,329 4,868 Z 48 S S 4,365
Idaho 10,948 18,668 15,469 9 221 S S 187
Illinois 157,435 210,644 225,969 634 656 9,129 832 21,599
Indiana 116,973 178,101 73,004 139 S 5,116 183 5,004
Iowa 47,070 97,864 89,534 26 364 S S 3,055
Kansas 38,676 57,555 78,783 34 450 1,498 163 1,169
Kentucky 218,162 80,425 76,457 13 S 3,760 131 29,248
Louisiana 20,697 316,576 137,134 41 76 218 92 685
Maine S 27,693 9,169 9 2,113 85 S 633
Maryland 36,491 42,346 35,462 S 2,242 S 188 S
Massachusetts 18,118 52,822 49,273 143 3,309 1,892 581 S
Michigan 65,745 122,202 86,654 S 1,261 3,315 567 S
Minnesota 80,659 86,282 113,467 S 981 1,380 S 1,943
Mississippi 14,013 74,126 36,283 S 291 794 19 1,945
Missouri 108,788 93,171 95,984 131 760 4,160 290 1,900
Montana 51,867 20,470 10,848 - 128 103 17 S
Nebraska 20,298 38,481 98,510 622 610 S 51 S
Nevada 12,539 37,721 10,874 48 227 1,157 84 129
New Hampshire 8,823 14,989 6,918 22 1,472 111 S S
New Jersey 25,879 87,796 107,207 150 1,963 6,373 177 611
New Mexico 36,181 13,667 12,303 S 251 39 S S
New York 63,694 106,816 149,705 561 7,010 3,136 922 3,938
North Carolina 82,580 109,346 57,350 186 1,542 6,537 300 S
North Dakota 46,343 13,285 29,803 5 299 S S S
Ohio 132,017 192,220 134,828 230 1,184 9,090 S 5,461
Oklahoma 54,375 83,928 43,063 S 227 506 61 1,972
Oregon 44,865 49,515 75,613 S 415 3,278 43 10,892
Pennsylvania 189,753 188,936 101,552 332 5,013 7,552 S 6,716
Rhode Island S 3,716 4,725 6 856 188 Z 144
South Carolina 31,351 73,527 36,766 83 357 1,107 148 957
South Dakota 9,984 12,140 29,641 23 175 S 61 53
Tennessee 84,105 177,035 62,301 39 315 3,191 174 1,775
Texas 239,073 666,794 370,872 428 S 15,795 426 44,564
Utah 44,819 46,774 15,966 156 110 7,763 S S
Vermont 5,461 6,447 3,339 4 709 32 23 18
Virginia 116,178 64,527 54,798 104 1,367 6,250 104 3,630
Washington 66,060 94,619 73,354 207 379 1,772 248 8,266
West Virginia 162,433 28,599 21,281 S 124 S S S
Wisconsin 52,623 95,494 49,598 205 698 3,502 S 1,423
Wyoming 504,792 33,453 6,004 6 91 S S S

KEY: Z Represents data cell equal to zero. S Estimate does not meet publication standards because of high sampling variability or poor response quality. - Less than half the unit shown; thus, it has been rounded to zero.

NOTES: The appendices provide information on confidentially protection, sampling error, nonsampling error, sample design, and definitions. Links to this information on the Internet may be found at http://www.rita.dot.gov/bts/sites/rita.dot.gov.bts/files/publications/commodity_flow_survey/index.html

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, individual state data, July 2010.