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UK Manufacturers’ Sales by Product (PRODCOM) Glossary
All other income
Carry Out Extra EU Exports Extra EU Imports
Intra EU Exports Intra EU Imports
Income derived from the provision of services and other non‐production activities not elsewhere specified. This is a standard question which appears on every PRODCOM form. Annual Minerals Raised Inquiry. This is carried out by the Department for Trade and Industry and covers production of Great Britain companies classified to industries 1411, 1412, 1413, 1421, 1422 and 1440. These companies are not sent a PRODCOM form. ONS collect data from Northern Ireland contributors in these industries and companies who carry in sales to these industries. Note that industries 1430 and 1450 are not AMRI industries. Sales of products classified to industry A made by companies not classified to industry A. Sales of products classified to Industry B made by companies classified to industry A are carry out from industry A. Exports to countries outside of the EU. Imports from countries outside the EU. The European Statistics Office. The PRODCOM inquiry is carried out under a European regulation and provided to Eurostat. http://epp.eurostat.ec.europa.eu/portal/page/portal/eurostat/home/ Inter Departmental Business Register. Companies are selected from this register for the PRODCOM inquiry. http://www.ons.gov.uk/ons/about‐ons/products‐and‐ services/idbr/index.html A four digit reference code, for example 1081: Manufacture of sugar, to which a group of products are classified. PRODCOM publish statistics for 249 industries in the manufacturing sector. This 4 digit code is equivalent to the SIC(2007) classification. Exports to countries inside the EU. Imports from countries inside the EU. Iron and Steel Statistics Bureau. This body is responsible for the collection and publication of production statistics for industry 2410. Data for this industry is therefore not collected by PRODCOM. http://www.issb.co.uk/ The value of sales of goods that have been bought and resold without any further manufacturing process. This is a standard question which appears on every PRODCOM questionnaire.
Sales of products which are individually less than £25,000. This is a standard question and appears on every PRODCOM questionnaire. Sales for this "product" are grouped with product totals which have been Minor products suppressed in the PRODCOM publications and called "All other income". Nomenclature Generale des Activities Economiques dans les Communautes Europeennes. This is the four digit European code for an industry, and NACE Rev2. aligns with the first four digits of the SIC (2007) http://epp.eurostat.ec.europa.eu/statistics_explained/index.php/Glossar NACE y:Statistical_classification_of_economic_activities_in_the_European_Com munity_(NACE) Carry Out ‐ Carry‐In . Net Carry In/Carry Out Income derived from provision of services and other non‐production activities. Includes ‐ freight costs, payment for repairs, maintenance and installation of customers plant and equipment; Amounts receivable for Non‐production use of patents, trade marks, copyrights, royalties, technical knowledge, income rent. A set of regulations applied to minimise the burden of surveys on very small companies (0‐9 employees). For example, if a company of this size has been selected for any ONS survey, it is guaranteed a 3 year holiday Osmotherly period, where it will not be selected for any ONS survey. PRODCOM data is used by PPI Operations and Development branches for weighting, selection of the sample and rebasing. Producer Price Indices http://www.ons.gov.uk/ons/guide‐method/user‐ (PPI) guidance/prices/ppi/index.html Each company on the IDBR is assigned such a number for selection Permanent Random purposes. Number (PRN) UK Manufacturers Sales by Product (formally known as PRODucts of the European COMmunity). A survey conducted by all European countries carried out for Eurostat under a European regulation. It collects information about sales of manufactured goods, according to a PRODCOM harmonised classification system. http://www.ons.gov.uk/ons/guide‐method/method‐ quality/specific/business‐and‐energy/manufacturing/index.html An eight digit product classification usually determined by Eurostat. The PRODCOM Commodity first four digits of this code indicate the NACE class to which the product belongs. Code (PCC) The directory of all PRODCOM Commodity Codes which are currently in use for the PRODCOM inquiry. This list is produced annually by Eurostat. http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/ramon/nomenclatures/index.cfm?TargetUrl PRODCOM List =LST_NOM_DTL&StrNom=PRD_2013&StrLanguageCode=EN&IntPcKey=& StrLayoutCode=HIERARCHIC
Product propensity (PP)
Sales per Head
Total Exports Total Imports Trade Balance
UK Net Supply Unit Value
PRODCOM estimate of sales for each product by value (£000) and also by volume (in one or more units, for example number of items, kilograms). The proportion of companies in a particular stratum in the sample making a particular product. This is used to estimate the proportion of companies in the population making the product. The directory of all questions (including value and volume questions) which are or have been used in the UK PRODCOM inquiry. Sales per head is calculated as the company Total Turnover divided by their employment. The product sales per head for a company is used to determine outliers during the estimation process and is calculated as the total company sales of a product divided by the company's employment. The product sales per head for an industry is also used in the estimation process and is calculated as the total sales of a product made by all companies classified to an industry divided by the total employment of these companies. Standard Industrial Classification version 2007. This is the five digit industry code (the first four digits are the same as the NACE class). http://www.ons.gov.uk/ons/guide‐method/classifications/current‐ standard‐classifications/standard‐industrial‐classification/index.html Stratifying is the division of contributors into similar groups. The PRODCOM sample is stratified by industry and IDBR employment size bands: 0‐9, 10‐19, 20‐49, 50‐99 and 100+ employees. Intra EU exports + Extra EU exports. Intra EI imports + Extra EU imports. Total Imports – Total Exports. Imports and Exports data supplied by HM Customs and Excise and matched with PRODCOM Commodity Codes for publication in the PRODCOM reports. UK manufacturer sales + total exports – total imports. The average price per unit: The sales value (£000) divided by the volume (for example, number of items, kilogram). Sales of waste products and residues. This is a standard question which appears on every PRODCOM questionnaire. Income derived from work done on materials supplied by the customer. This is a standard question which appears on every PRODCOM questionnaire.