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           Heavy Duty Truck Manufacturing Industry
                        (NAICS 33612)


                                           TABLE OF CONTENTS
               Users' Guide
               Industry Definition and Related Industries
               Industry Establishments, Sales & Employment Trends
               Industry Ratios
               Establishments, Firms & Payroll
               Percentiles of Job Titles - Hourly & Annual Wages
               5-Year Trends of Job Titles - Hourly & Annual Wages
               5-Year Trends of Payroll & Fringe Benefits
               Industry Job Titles:
                         Management occupations - major Group
                         General and operations managers - sub Group
                         Industrial production managers - sub Group
                         Business and financial operations occupations - major Group
                         Purchasing agents, except wholesale, retail - sub Group
                         Logisticians - sub Group
                         Business operations specialists, all other - sub Group
                         Accountants and auditors - sub Group
                         Computer and mathematical science occupations - major Group
                         Computer systems analysts - sub Group
                         Engineers, all other - sub Group
                         Mechanical drafters - sub Group
                         Industrial engineering technicians - sub Group
                         Sales and related occupations - major Group
                         Sales representatives, wholesale/mfg, except - sub Group
                         Office and administrative support occupations - major Group
                         Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks - sub Group
                         Customer service representatives - sub Group
                         Production, planning, and expediting clerks - sub Group
                         Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks - sub Group
                         Stock clerks and order fillers - sub Group
                         Executive secretaries and administrative assistants - sub Group
                         Office clerks, general - sub Group
                         Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters - sub Group
                         Installation, maintenance, and repair occupations - major Group
                         First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics - sub Group
                         Automotive body and related repairers - sub Group
                         Bus and truck mechanics and diesel engine specialists - sub Group
                         Industrial machinery mechanics - sub Group
                         Maintenance and repair workers, general - sub Group
                         Millwrights - sub Group
                         Production occupations - major Group
                         First-line supervisors/managers of production workers - sub Group
                         Electrical and electronic equipment assemblers - sub Group
                         Engine and other machine assemblers - sub Group


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               Industry Job Titles:
                         Team assemblers - sub Group
                         Assemblers and fabricators, all other - sub Group
                         Cutting, punching, and press machine setters, operators - sub Group
                         Grinding, polishing, and buffing machine tool operators - sub Group
                         Machinists - sub Group
                         Model makers, metal and plastic - sub Group
                         Tool and die makers - sub Group
                         Welders, cutters, solderers, and brazers - sub Group
                         Metal workers and plastic workers, all other - sub Group
                         Inspectors, testers, sorters, samplers, and weighers - sub Group
                         Painters, transportation equipment - sub Group
                         Helpers--production workers - sub Group
                         Production workers, all other - sub Group

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© 2011 Barnes Reports: U.S. Heavy Duty Truck Mfg. Industry-Jobs Wages
             Heavy Duty Truck Manufacturing Industry
                          (NAICS 33612)

                                                     USERS' GUIDE
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© 2011 Barnes Reports: U.S. Heavy Duty Truck Mfg. Industry-Jobs Wages
            Heavy Duty Truck Manufacturing Industry
                         (NAICS 33612)

Industry Definition and Related Industries

33612 Heavy Duty Truck Manufacturing
This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in one or more of
the following manufacturing activities:
-heavy duty truck chassis and assembling complete heavy duty trucks, buses,
heavy duty motor homes, and other special purpose heavy duty motor vehicles
for highway use or
-heavy duty truck chassis only.
Also includes:
Truck, truck tractors and bus chassis from 14,001 to 33,000 lbs
Truck, truck tractors and bus chassis more than 33,000 lbs
Buses, including military vehicles and firefighting vehicles



Related Industries
          Light Duty Trucks Manufacturing
          Automobile Manufacturing
          Gas Engine and Engine Parts Manufacturing
          Auto Parts Supply Stores

U.S. Census Categories
NAICS 33612 – Heavy Duty Truck Manufacturing is almost comparable to:
100% of SIC 3713 – Truck and Bus Bodies

Sub-Industries
Truck and tractor truck assembly                   Universal carriers, military, assembly of
Motor trucks, except off-highway, assembly of      Bus and other large specialty vehicle assembly
Truck tractors for highway use, assembly of        Brooms, powered (motor vehicles), assembly of
Trucks, pickup, assembly of                        Buses, all types, assembly of
Military motor vehicle assembly                    Fire department vehicles (motor vehicles), assembly of
Amphibian motor vehicles, assembly of              Mobile lounges (motor vehicle), assembly of
Personnel carriers (motor vehicles), assembly of   Motor buses, except trackless trollies, assembly of
Reconnaissance cars, assembly of
Scout cars (motor vehicles), assembly of




© 2011 Barnes Reports: U.S. Heavy Duty Truck Mfg. Industry-Jobs Wages
               Heavy Duty Truck Manufacturing Industry
                            (NAICS 33612)



Industry Establishments, Sales & Employment Trends

                                                          Year                                  Percent Chg. Year-to-Year
                                  2008        2009        2010          2011       2012        08-09 09-10 10-11 11-12
Establishments                         100           96          94           92          95       -3.8%       -1.8%       -2.4%    3.3%
Sales ($Millions)                   21,061       19,580      19,645      19,379      20,424        -7.0%        0.3%       -1.4%    5.4%
Employment                          23,821       22,927      22,510      21,977      22,703        -3.8%       -1.8%       -2.4%    3.3%




Industry Ratios

                                                          Year                                  Percent Chg. Year-to-Year
(Industry Averages)               2008        2009        2010          2011       2012        08-09 09-10 10-11 11-12
Sales ($M)/Estab.                   210.61       203.43      207.89      210.04      214.30        -3.4%        2.2%        1.0%    2.0%
Sales ($)/Emp.                     884,139     853,997      872,740     881,772     899,632        -3.4%        2.2%        1.0%    2.0%
Emps. per Estab.                      238.2       238.2       238.2       238.2        238.2        0.0%        0.0%        0.0%    0.0%




Establishments, Firms & Payroll

                                    Employee Size of Firm or Establishment
           2010                                                                                                   Total
                                 Emps.        Emps.       Emps.         Emps.      Emps.       Emps.
Firms                                    16          11             8         11          15          16                       77
Establishments                           20          10          11           15          20          18                       94
Payroll ($Millions)                       1           2             2         10          82         967                    1,064


* Firms (total company) are represented by employee size of firm.
 Establishments (individual locations) are represented by employee size of establishments.
 "Total establishments" do not include "unknown employees" so will not match "total establishments" in other parts of the report.




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               Heavy Duty Truck Manufacturing Industry
                            (NAICS 33612)

                    Percentiles of Job Titles - Hourly & Annual Wages
                                     Summary Table

                                2011 Hourly Wage ($)                                   2011 Annual Wage ($)                      Total
Area Name 10 per- 25 per- Median 75 per- 90 per- 10 per- 25 per- Median 75 per- 90 per- Employ-
                    centile     centile             centile     centile     centile    centile             centile    centile    ees
U.S. Total              29.50       37.52   46.66       57.73       70.48     61,372     61,372   97,064    120,100    146,587         21,977
Management
occupations             29.50       37.52   46.66       57.73       70.48     61,372     61,372   97,064    120,100    146,587            521
General and
operations
managers                27.80       35.06   47.72       54.00       65.92     57,827     57,827   99,267    112,354    137,133             49
Industrial
production
managers                22.53       35.07   43.67       49.42       60.33     46,893     46,893   90,850    102,827    125,505            219
Business and
financial
operations
occupations             18.39       28.63   35.64       40.34       49.24     38,269     38,269   74,142     83,916    102,424            712

Purchasing
agents, except
wholesale, retail       16.40       25.53   31.79       35.97       43.92     34,118     34,118   66,100     74,814     91,314            166
Logisticians            18.86       22.86   28.09       34.06       38.84     39,224     39,224   58,413     70,843     80,787             91
Business
operations
specialists, all
other                   29.89       35.44   42.05       50.30       60.05     62,167     62,167   87,456    104,592    124,879            237
Accountants
								
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