NAICS Code 212325 - Clay and Ceramic and Refractory Minerals Mining

Industry Sector

Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas Extraction

Total Companies

68

Verified Companies

45

Est. Employment

2,459

Annual Payroll

$137,803,000

Total Revenue

$877,015,000

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Description

This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in one or more of the following: (1) mining clay (except kaolin and ball), ceramic, or refractory minerals; (2) developing the mine site for clay, ceramic, or refractory minerals; and (3) beneficiating (i.e., preparing) clay (except kaolin and ball), ceramic, or refractory minerals.

Snapshot

NAICS Code 212325 - Clay and Ceramic and Refractory Minerals Mining is a final level code of the “Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas Extraction” Sector. There are 45 companies verified as active in this industry in the USA with an estimated employment of 2,459 people.

Industry Examples

Common types of examples within NAICS Code 212325 - Clay and Ceramic and Refractory Minerals Mining are:

  • Andalusite mining and/or beneficiating
  • Aplite mining and/or beneficiating
  • Bentonite mining and/or beneficiating
  • Bleaching clay mining and/or beneficiating
  • Brucite mining and/or beneficiating
  • Burley mining and/or beneficiating
  • Clay (except kaolin, ball) mining and/or beneficiating
  • Clay bleaching
  • Clay, ceramic and refractory minerals, mining and/or beneficiating
  • Clay, fire, mining and/or beneficiating
  • Common clay mining and/or beneficiating
  • Common shale mining and/or beneficiating
  • Cornwall stone mining and/or beneficiating
  • Cyanite mining and/or beneficiating
  • Diaspore mining and/or beneficiating
  • Dumortierite mining and/or beneficiating
  • Earth, fuller's (e.g., all natural bleaching clays), mining and/or beneficiating
  • Feldspar mining and/or beneficiating
  • Fire clay mining and/or beneficiating
  • Flint clay mining and/or beneficiating
  • Fuller's earth mining and/or beneficiating
  • Kyanite mining and/or beneficiating
  • Laterite mining and/or beneficiating
  • Magnesite mining and/or beneficiating
  • Nepheline syenite mining and/or beneficiating
  • Olivine, non-gem, mining and/or beneficiating
  • Pegmatite, feldspar, mining and/or beneficiating
  • Pinite mining and/or beneficiating
  • Plastic fire clay mining and/or beneficiating
  • Refractory minerals mining and/or beneficiating
  • Shale (except oil shale) mining and/or beneficiating
  • Sillimanite mining and/or beneficiating
  • Stoneware clay mining and/or beneficiating
  • Syenite, nepheline, mining and/or beneficiating
  • Topaz, non-gem, mining and/or beneficiating

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Cross-References

For some business types, there may be a similar industry to NAICS Code 212325 - Clay and Ceramic and Refractory Minerals Mining that is a better classification match. Establishments primarily engaged in:

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USA Import, Export, and Balance of Trade

Import (USD)

$139,223,130

Export (USD)

$407,949,614

Balance of Trade (USD)

$268,726,484

Top Countries by U.S. Imports

Canada $86,885,712
China $27,531,277
Turkey $5,720,079
Mexico $4,734,899
Germany $2,331,409

Top Countries by U.S. Exports

Canada $69,709,229
Mexico $43,623,058
Japan $39,471,196
Netherlands $35,453,297
China $26,719,105

Countries With Highest Trade Surplus

Mexico $38,888,159
Japan $38,421,096
Netherlands $35,238,239
United Kingdom $18,614,167
Saudi Arabia $15,285,143

Countries With Highest Trade Deficit

Canada -$17,176,483
Turkey -$4,098,013
China -$812,172
Greece -$684,301
Poland -$451,437

U.S. Total Import value for NAICS Code 212325 is $139,223,130. Canada, China, and Turkey accounted for the top imports of Other Clay, Ceramic & Refractory Minerals in 2018.

U.S. Total Export value for this industry is $407,949,614. Canada, Mexico, and Japan accounted for the top exports of Other Clay, Ceramic & Refractory Minerals in 2018.

Questions & Answers

  • What is the largest size for a business in Clay and Ceramic and Refractory Minerals Mining to remain classified as a small business?

    Any business in Clay and Ceramic and Refractory Minerals Mining with under 500 employees may be classified as a small business by SBA and Federal government programs.

  • How many active businesses operate in NAICS Code 212325?

    There are 45 verified business locations operating primarily in this industry.

  • What was the total revenue for NAICS Code 212325?

    In 2017 the total revenue for Clay and Ceramic and Refractory Minerals Mining was $877,015,000

  • What was the annual payroll for NAICS Code 212325?

    In 2017 the annual payroll for Clay and Ceramic and Refractory Minerals Mining was $137,803,000

  • How many people work in NAICS Code 212325?

    The number of reported paid employees is 2,459.