BREAKDOWN OF U.S. INLAND WATERWAYS TRADE

BREAKDOWN OF U.S. INLAND WATERWAYS TRADE

Transported Tonnage on U.S. Inland Waterways: Petroleum and Chemicals, and Coal (monthly data, not seasonally adjusted)

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Transported Tonnage on U.S. Inland Waterways: Petroleum and Chemicals, and Coal (monthly data, not seasonally adjusted). If you are a user with a disability and cannot view this image, please call 800-853-1351 or email answers@bts.gov for further assistance.

Transported Tonnage on U.S. Inland Waterways: Farm and Food Products (monthly data, not seasonally adjusted)

Transported Tonnage on U.S. Inland Waterways: Farm and Food Products (monthly data, not seasonally adjusted). If you are a user with a disability and cannot view this image, please call 800-853-1351 or email answers@bts.gov for further assistance.

Petroleum and chemicals, coal, and farm and food products make up the vast majority of U.S. inland waterways trade tonnage. In May 2002, these commodities constituted nearly 79 percent of total inland waterway trade.

Inland Waterways Commercial Tonnage May-01 May-02
Petroleum and chemicals (million short tons)  18.60 18.20
Petroleum and chemicals percent change from same month previous year  -1.59 -2.15
Coal (million short tons)  13.00 11.90
Coal and coal products percent change from same month previous year   2.36 -8.46
Farm and food products (million short tons)   5.31  7.40
Farm and food products percent change from same month previous year -32.78 39.36

NOTE: The current value is compared to the value from the same period in the previous year to account for seasonality.

SOURCE: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Waterborne Commerce Statistics Center, Monthly Indicators, June 2002, available at: http://www.iwr.usace.army.mil/ndc/monthlyindicators.htm.