We offer over 500 industry reports that cover the US market. They are organized based on the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS), which allows for categorization and also understanding how different industries are related. The basis of our industry analysis centers around the manufacturing sector.
According to the NAICS, there are 20 major 2-digit sectors. Many of those sectors revolve around the manufacturing sector. For example, the first 3 sectors: Sector 11 - Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting; Sector 12 - Mining; and Sector 22 - Utility; all supply resources to the Manufacturing sector. Sector 23 - Construction, builds the external structure for the Manufacturing sector. Sector 42 - Wholesale Trade manages the distribution for the Manufacturing sector and the Retail Trade sectors (44-45). The supply chain is made possible with help from the Transportation and Warehousing sectors (48-49). Sectors 51 through 56 are service sectors. They provide various support activities for IT, Finance and Management Consulting. The flowchart illustrates the relationships of different industry sectors and how they relate to the manufacturing sector, which form the basis of our industry reports.
The 21 sub-sectors in the manufacturing sector are described in an executive summary to give you a brief yet thorough industry sector overview. You can browse the entire 21 sub-sectors in less than 10 minutes by following the Industry Reports navigation on the right.
Our market research reports provide the most depth within NAICS, as we delve into the 6-digit level where data is extremely hard to find. These industry reports are updated on a quarterly basis to supply our clients with the latest industry research and market trends. Browse the navigation menus or use our search features to find the report appropriate for your industry analysis needs.