In 2020, the top producer of Miscellaneous materials and supplies, nec. was California with $373B. This is expected to increase 130% to $856B by 2050. The top consumer was California with $326B, and those inbound shipments are expected to increase 114% to $697B by 2050.
Freight data is provided using the SCTG product classification. The closest comparible products are precision instruments, misc. mfg. prods., and mixed freight
In 2022, the most common means of transport for Miscellaneous materials and supplies, nec., by weight, was Truck with 568M tons, followed by Multiple Modes and Mail with 21.7M tons and Other and Unknown with 4.76M tons.
In 2017, the US government spent $9.83B on Miscellaneous materials and supplies, nec.. The agency which purchased the largest amount of Miscellaneous materials and supplies, nec. in 2017 was Department of the Army ($3.82B), followed by Department of the Navy ($2.06B) and the Defense Logistics ($1.82B).