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Computer Industry Indicators 2009. Shipments New Orders Unfilled Orders Inventories Employment Investment Exports Imports. Computer Hardware Industry Trends 2007-2009. $ Billions. Source: Census Bureau, M3 Group: CRP: Computers and Related Products. Computer Hardware Industry Trends.

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computer industry indicators 2009
Computer Industry Indicators2009
  • Shipments
  • New Orders
  • Unfilled Orders
  • Inventories
  • Employment
  • Investment
  • Exports
  • Imports
computer hardware industry trends 2007 2009
Computer Hardware Industry Trends2007-2009

$ Billions

Source: Census Bureau, M3

Group: CRP: Computers and Related Products

computer hardware industry trends
Computer Hardware Industry Trends
  • U.S.-based computer industry shipments dropped 6.5 percent from $68 billion in 2008 to $63.6 billion in 2009. With the continued weakness in the global economy, customers cutback spending for computers and related products.
  • The value of new orders fell 8 percent, while unfilled orders dropped 1 percent when compared with 2008. Inventories declined 13 percent in 2009 as companies worked to minimize inventories in a sluggish market.
industry shipments by category
Industry Shipmentsby Category

$ Billions

  • Computer systems production declined 7 percent to $44.4 billion in 2009 following a 7 increase in 2008. Demand for computer equipment was postponed in both the business and consumer segments.
  • Storage equipment shipments fell 11 percent, while peripheral equipment shipments dipped 2 percent below the 2008 levels.

Source: Census Bureau, M3

computers and related products new orders unfilled orders definitions
Computers and Related ProductsNew Orders/Unfilled OrdersDefinitions
  • New orders are orders received and filled during the reporting period and orders received for future delivery.
  • Unfilled orders are equal to unfilled orders at the beginning of the period plus net new orders received less shipments. This includes orders that have not yet passed through the sales account and been reported as sales.
computers and related products new orders unfilled orders
Computers and Related ProductsNew Orders/Unfilled Orders

$Billions

  • New orders declined 8 percent or by $5.8 billion to $63.5 billion in 2009 when compared to 2008.
  • Meanwhile, unfilled orders dipped 1 percent to $55.2 billion in 2009.

Source: Census, M3

computer industry indicators total employment 2002 2009
Computer Industry IndicatorsTotal Employment2002-2009

Thousands of Workers

Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics

computer industry indicators total employment production workers
Computer Industry IndicatorsTotal Employment/Production Workers
  • Employment continued its downward trend dropping another 9.4 percent, or 17 thousand workers in 2009.
  • Production workers fell 5 percent from 122.1 thousand to 116 thousand reflecting companies’ continuing efforts to contain cost.
  • The continuation of job cuts can be attributed to a number of factors including company downsizing, industry consolidation, and downturns in the global economy.

Thousands

Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics

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Computer Industry Indicators Business Investment and Consumer Spending* Computers and Peripheral Equipment

$ Billions

  • Source: Bureau of Economic Analysis
  • Personal consumption expenditures reclassified as personal computers and peripheral equipment to better reflect the activity of the industry.
computer industry indicators u s trade 2007 2009
Computer Industry IndicatorsU.S. Trade: 2007-2009

$ Billions

Source: U.S. Department of Commerce

u s computer trade 2008 2009
U.S. Computer Trade2008-2009
  • Computer product exports tumbled 25 percent to $20.1 billion in 2009, following a 4 percent drop in 2008. Demand remains sluggish in most export markets.
    • The slowdown in worldwide economic activity continues to take a toll on demand for computer products.
  • Imports dropped 6 percent to $90.1 billion during 2009, signaling the slow turnaround in U.S. demand for computer products.
    • China, the primary supplier, sent $49.5 billion in computer products during 2009, but the value declined 3 percent when compared to 2008. China accounted for 55 percent of the U.S. computer product import total.
u s computer exports by region 2009
U.S. Computer Exports by Region2009

Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Census Bureau

u s computer imports by region 2009
U.S. Computer Imports by Region2009

$ Millions

Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Census Bureau

top five destinations u s computer exports top five suppliers u s computer imports
Exports –2009

($ Millions)

Canada 2,426

Mexico 2,284

Netherlands 1,283

China 1,029

United Kingdom 984

Imports –2009

($ Millions)

China 49,466

Malaysia 8,173

Mexico 7,691

Japan 5,445

Thailand 3,326

Top Five Destinations – U.S. Computer ExportsTop Five Suppliers – U.S. Computer Imports

Source: U.S. Department of Commerce

u s computer trade growth rates declines top five countries
Exports – 2009

(Percent)

Canada - 27.1

Mexico - 35.5

Netherlands - 25.8

China - 21.3

United Kingdom - 28.3

Imports – 2009

(Percent)

China - 2.6

Malaysia - 28.3

Mexico + 23.3

Japan - 10.3

Thailand - 16.1

U.S. Computer TradeGrowth Rates/Declines– Top Five Countries

Source: U.S. Department of Commerce