Summary - Canadian Industry Statistics

Forging and Stamping - 3321

Definition

This industry group comprises establishments primarily engaged in:shaping hot metal by forging to produce a part near its final size and shape; or pressing and cutting sheet metal stock to form stampings.

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    These establishments generally operate on a job or order basis, manufacturing metal stampings or forgings for sale to others or for inter-plant transfer. These establishments may surface-finish the forgings and stampings produced, by such activities as deburring and grinding, but they do not further process them.

    Exclusions

    No exclusions are specified in the 2012 NAICS Canada manual.

Information on the number and size of businesses for 2016.

Establishments

398

0-99 Employees

92.4%

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Average revenue

$785.7
thousand

Profitable

79.3%

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British Columbia

8.2%

Nova Scotia

8%

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Salaries

$312.6
million

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Net revenue

$97.3
million

Shipments

$1.3
billion

Value added

$553.2
million

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Exports

$409.8
million

Imports

$1.2
billion
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