Summary - Canadian Industry Statistics

Machine Shops, Turned Product, and Screw, Nut and Bolt Manufacturing - 3327

Definition

This industry group comprises establishments primarily engaged in:operating machine shops, which use machine tools, such as lathes and automatic screw machines, for turning, boring, threading or otherwise shaping metal, to manufacture parts, other than complete machines, for the trade. Shops that set up to do production runs of industrial fasteners, such as bolts, nuts and screws, are included.

Exclusions

No exclusions are specified in the 2012 NAICS Canada manual.

Information on the number and size of businesses for 2019.

Establishments

4,250

0-99 Employees

98.3%

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Average revenue

$774.2
thousand

Profitable

79.8%

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British Columbia

25.6%

Saskatchewan

22.9%

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Salaries

$1.8
billion

Wages

$25.37

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Net revenue

$577.4
million

Shipments

$5.9
billion

Value added

$3.5
billion

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Exports

$695.9
million

Imports

$2.3
billion
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