Summary - Canadian Industry Statistics

Wood Product Manufacturing - 321

Definition

This subsector comprises establishments primarily engaged in: manufacturing products from wood. There are three industry groups in this subsector, comprising establishments engaged in sawing logs into lumber and similar products, or preserving these products; making products that improve the natural characteristics of wood, by making veneers, plywood, reconstituted wood panel products or engineered wood assemblies; and making a diverse range of wood products, such as millwork.

Exclusions

Establishments primarily engaged in:
logging; and chipping logs in the field (see 113 Forestry and logging)
manufacturing wood pulp, paper and paper products (see 322 Paper manufacturing)
manufacturing wood kitchen cabinets and counters, and bathroom vanities (see 337 Furniture and related
product manufacturing)
manufacturing wood signs and coffins (see 339 Miscellaneous manufacturing)

Information on the number and size of businesses for 2016.

Establishments

6,309

0-99 Employees

91.8%

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Average revenue

$681.5
thousand

Profitable

78.8%

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Saskatchewan

15.5%

Newfoundland and Labrador

12%

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Salaries

$4.9
billion

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Net revenue

$2.5
billion

Shipments

$29.9
billion

Value added

$11.2
billion

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Exports

$17.4
billion

Imports

$3.6
billion
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