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Published: 17 February 2016

Share of manufactured products in output smallest among manufacturing industries in the electronics industry in 2013

According to Statistics Finland's input-output statistics, the share of manufactured products in output was smallest among manufacturing industries in the electronics industry in 2013. Only 21.1 per cent of the industry's output was production of manufactured products, while the average share among manufacturing industries was 84.3 per cent. A majority of the output in the electronics industry comprises factoryless manufacturing.

Share of manufactured products in output in manufacturing industries in 2013

C Manufacturing Output (EUR million) Output from manufactured products (EUR million) Share of manufactured products (%) on output
10_12 Food industry, etc. 11 484 10 567 92,0
13_15 Textile, clothing and leather industries 1 208 1 179 97,6
16 Woodworking industry 5 745 5 502 95,8
17 Paper industry 13 283 12 098 91,1
18 Printing 1 362 1 322 97,1
19 Manufacture of coke and refined petroleum products 11 154 10 784 96,7
20 Manufacture of chemicals and chemical products 7 530 6 903 91,7
21 Pharmaceutical industry 1 702 1 391 81,7
22 Manufacture of rubber and plastic products 2 925 2 817 96,3
23 Manufacture of other non-metallic mineral products 3 045 2 645 86,9
24 Manufacture of basic metals 8 138 7 456 91,6
25 Manufacture of fabricated metal products 6 677 6 202 92,9
26 Electronics industry 11 546 2 442 21,1
27 Manufacture of electrical equipment 4 338 3 757 86,6
28 Manufacture of machinery and equipment n.e.c. 14 638 12 521 85,5
29 Manufacture of motor vehicles, etc. 1 412 1 328 94,1
30 Manufacture of other transport equipment 1 692 1 550 91,6
31_32 Manufacture of furniture and other products 1 680 1 589 94,6
33 Repair and installation of machinery and equipment 2 832 2 643 93,3
Total 112 391 94 695 84,3

Factoryless manufacturing refers to an activity where an enterprise has no actual manufacturing of an industrial product in the home country, but planning, research, product development, administration and marketing recorded in service output are located in the home country. The enterprise contracts out the processing of the actual product abroad and gains significant added value from product planning and research and development work, for example. As recently as in 2008, one-half of the electronics industry's domestic output was industrial products. The decrease in the share is the result of a heavy decline in domestic production of computers, electronic and optical products (CPA 26).

The share of industrial products in output was below 90 per cent also in pharmaceutical industry, manufacture of electrical equipment and manufacture of other machinery and equipment. Also in these industries, the service output has been boosted by scientific research and development services, as well as partial transfer of product manufacturing abroad.

Industrial products (CPA 10 to 33) include, in addition to industrially manufactured products, processing and manufacturing services of products, and repair, maintenance and installation services of machinery and equipment.

Statistics Finland publishes annually the supply and use tables describing product flows in the national economy, and the input-output and analysis tables derived from them. The data published now concern the year 2013. Tables concerning 2014 will be published in December 2016.


Source: Input-output 2013, Statistics Finland.

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Updated 17.2.2016

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Official Statistics of Finland (OSF): Input-output [e-publication].
ISSN=1799-201X. 2013. Helsinki: Statistics Finland [referred: 7.10.2022].
Access method: http://www.stat.fi/til/pt/2013/pt_2013_2016-02-17_tie_001_en.html