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Womens and Girls Cut and Sew Dress Manufacturing Industry in the U.S Gained Gross Profit at Around 31% In 2006.

DUBLIN, Ireland -- Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c73526) has announced the addition of Womens and Girls Cut and Sew Dress Manufacturing Industry in the U.S. and its Foreign Trade (1997-2009) to their offering.

The Womens and Girls Cut and Sew Dress Manufacturing Industry report is an in-depth analysis of the industry's structure, competitive landscape, internal financial performance, and trends and opportunities. This October's release contains data as recent as September, 2007.

This 147-page report is a detailed information resource based on the 6-digit NAICS code. It includes at least 5 years of independently researched industry statistics that are cross-referenced with the relevant U.S. and international economic indicators. All data have been verified to ensure the highest quality. Use this report for a comprehensive industry analysis or as an industry reference guide to aid benchmarking and forecasting. It can also be a tool to understand trends and to uncover new business opportunities. Detailed explanations accompany all statistical data. Where relevant, the data is illustrated in charts, tables or maps. Your decisions will be improved with our 1) relevant, 2) objective, 3) timely, and 4) comprehensive data.

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Content Outline:

INTRODUCTION

INDUSTRY'S INCOME STATEMENT

INDUSTRY'S BALANCE SHEET

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE

LABOR AND COMPENSATION

ESTABLISHMENTS

IMPORT

EXPORT

INDUSTRY PLAYERS

LINKS

APPENDIX A - SALES & MARKETING

APPENDIX B - INDUSTRY STRUCTURE

APPENDIX C - FOREIGN TRADE AND US STATES STATISTICS

APPENDIX D - INDUSTRY'S 4-YEAR FINANCIAL STATEMENT

APPENDIX E - REPORT METHODOLOGY

Revenue, Profitability, Market Size & Foreign Trade

The industry's revenue for the year 2006 was approximately $3 billion US dollars. The gross profit was around 31%. Market sizes for the womens and girls cut and sew dress manufacturing industry are: womens and girls dresses, made from purchased fabrics (86.72%); and womens and girls dresses, purchased fabrics, not specified by kind, total (13.28%). Import was valued at $1.87 billion US dollars from 128 countries. The industry also exported $115.40 million US dollars worth of merchandises to 92 countries.

Definition & Classification

This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing womens and girls dresses from purchased fabric. Womens and girls dress jobbers, who perform entrepreneurial functions involved in apparel manufacture, including buying raw materials, designing and preparing samples, arranging for apparel to be made from their materials, and marketing finished apparel, are included. This 6-digit NAICS industry (315233) is under the hierarchy of Womens and Girls Cut and Sew Apparel Manufacturing Industry (31523), Cut and Sew Apparel Manufacturing Industry Group (3152), Apparel Manufacturing Subsector (315), and the Manufacturing Sector (31-33). Its SIC equivalent codes are: 2335 - Women's, Misses', and Juniors' Dresses (except contractors); 2361 - Girls', Children's, and Infants' Dresses, Blouses, and Shirts (girls' dresses except contractors); and 5699 - Miscellaneous Apparel and Accessory Stores (custom dressmakers).

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