Publication: American Glass Review
Pittsburgh, PA, United States
GLASS INSULATOR EXPORTS FROM U. S. DECLINE SHARPLY THIS YEAR
During the first five months of 1931, exports of glass electric insulators have declined heavily as compared to 1930, says a compilation from the Department of Commerce. For the five-month period of 1931, exports were valued at $44,006 compared with a valuation of $155,419 in the corresponding period of 1930. Exports for May, 1931, had a value of $6,480 while in May, 1930, the value was $31,877.
Exports of globes and shades for lighting fixtures also show a decline in the first five months of 1931. The 1931 value up to May 31 was $199,819 and for the corresponding period last year the value was $272,570. For the month of May the figures were, 1931, $40,213; 1930, $53,206.
|Date completed:||February 17, 2008 by: David Wiecek;|