SIC CODES

SIC Activities related with *components*

In this page we have a complete list of SIC Activities and their Codes related with the term components

components: SIC Codes

There are 16 Economic Activities in all levels that containg the word "COMPONENTS" in their name or detailed description. Have you that what you are searching for?

  • Class 2395
    Manufacture of articles of concrete, cement and plaster
    This class includes:
    ~ manufacture of precast concrete, cement or artificial stone articles for use in construction:
    ~ tiles, flagstones, bricks, boards, sheets, panels, pipes, posts etc.
    ~ manufacture of prefabricated structural COMPONENTS for buildings or civil engineering of cement, concrete or artificial stone
    ~ manufacture of plaster articles for use in construction:
    ~ boards, sheets, panels etc.
    ~ manufacture of building materials of vegetable substances (wood wool, straw, reeds, rushes) agglomerated with cement, plaster or other mineral binder
    ~ manufacture of articles of asbestos-cement or cellulose fibre-cement or the like:
    ~ corrugated sheets, other sheets, panels, tiles, tubes, pipes, reservoirs, troughs, basins, sinks, jars, furniture, window frames etc.
    ~ manufacture of other articles of concrete, plaster, cement or artificial stone:
    ~ statuary, furniture, bas- and haut-reliefs, vases, flowerpots etc.
    ~ manufacture of powdered mortars
    ~ manufacture of ready-mix and dry-mix concrete and mortars

  • Class 2610
    Manufacture of electronic COMPONENTS and boards
    This class includes the manufacture of semiconductors and other COMPONENTS for electronic applications.

    This class includes:
    ~ manufacture of capacitors, electronic
    ~ manufacture of resistors, electronic
    ~ manufacture of microprocessors
    ~ manufacture of bare printed circuit boards
    ~ manufacture of electron tubes
    ~ manufacture of electronic connectors
    ~ manufacture of integrated circuits (analog, digital or hybrid)
    ~ manufacture of diodes, transistors and related discrete devices
    ~ manufacture of inductors (e.g. chokes, coils, transformers), electronic component type
    ~ manufacture of electronic crystals and crystal assemblies
    ~ manufacture of solenoids, switches and transducers for electronic applications
    ~ manufacture of dice or wafers, semiconductor, finished or semi-finished
    ~ manufacture of interface cards (e.g. sound, video, controllers, network, modems)
    ~ manufacture of display COMPONENTS (plasma, polymer, LCD)
    ~ manufacture of light emitting diodes (LED)
    ~ loading of COMPONENTS onto printed circuit boards

    This class also includes:
    ~ manufacture of printer cables, monitor cables, USB cables, connectors etc.

  • Class 2652
    Manufacture of watches and clocks
    This class includes the manufacture of watches, clocks and timing mechanisms and parts thereof.

    This class includes:
    ~ manufacture of watches and clocks of all kinds, including instrument panel clocks
    ~ manufacture of watch and clock cases, including cases of precious metals
    ~ manufacture of time-recording equipment and equipment for measuring, recording and otherwise displaying intervals of time with a watch or clock movement or with synchronous motor, such as:
    ~ parking meters
    ~ time clocks
    ~ time/date stamps
    ~ process timers
    ~ manufacture of time switches and other releases with a watch or clock movement or with synchronous motor:
    ~ time locks
    ~ manufacture of COMPONENTS for clocks and watches:
    ~ movements of all kinds for watches and clocks
    ~ springs, jewels, dials, hands, plates, bridges and other parts

  • Class 2740
    Manufacture of electric lighting equipment
    This class includes the manufacture of electric light bulbs and tubes and parts and COMPONENTS thereof (except glass blanks for electric light bulbs), electric lighting fixtures and lighting fixture COMPONENTS (except current-carrying wiring devices).

    This class includes:
    ~ manufacture of discharge, incandescent, fluorescent, ultra-violet, infra-red etc. lamps, fixtures and bulbs
    ~ manufacture of ceiling lighting fixtures
    ~ manufacture of chandeliers
    ~ manufacture of table lamps (i.e. lighting fixture)
    ~ manufacture of Christmas tree lighting sets
    ~ manufacture of electric fireplace logs
    ~ manufacture of flashlights
    ~ manufacture of electric insect lamps
    ~ manufacture of lanterns (e.g. carbide, electric, gas, gasoline, kerosene)
    ~ manufacture of spotlights
    ~ manufacture of street lighting fixtures (except traffic signals)
    ~ manufacture of lighting equipment for transportation equipment (e.g. for motor vehicles, aircraft, boats)

    This class also includes:
    ~ manufacture of non-electrical lighting equipment


  • Class 2812
    Manufacture of fluid power equipment
    This class includes:
    ~ manufacture of hydraulic and pneumatic COMPONENTS (including hydraulic pumps, hydraulic motors, hydraulic and pneumatic cylinders, hydraulic and pneumatic valves, hydraulic and pneumatic hose and fittings)
    ~ manufacture of air preparation equipment for use in pneumatic systems
    ~ manufacture of fluid power systems
    ~ manufacture of hydraulic transmission equipment

  • Class 4530
    Sale of motor vehicle parts and accessories
    This class includes:
    ~ wholesale and retail sale of all kinds of parts, COMPONENTS, supplies, tools and accessories for motor vehicles, such as:
    ~ rubber tires and inner tubes for tires
    ~ spark plugs, batteries, lighting equipment and electrical parts

  • Class 6020
    Television programming and broadcasting activities
    This class includes:
    ~ creation of a complete television channel programme, from purchased programme COMPONENTS (e.g. movies, documentaries etc.), self produced programme COMPONENTS (e.g. local news, live reports) or a combination thereof

    This complete television programme can be either broadcast by the producing unit or produced for transmission by third party distributors, such as cable companies or satellite television providers.
    The programming may be of a general or specialized nature (e.g. limited formats such as news, sports, education or youth oriented programming), may be made freely available to users or may be available only on a subscription basis.

    This class also includes:
    ~ programming of video-on-demand channels
    ~ data broadcasting integrated with television broadcasting

  • Class 6202
    Computer consultancy and computer facilities management activities
    This class includes:
    ~ planning and designing of computer systems that integrate computer hardware, software and communication technologies

    The units classified in this class may provide the hardware and software COMPONENTS of the system as part of their integrated services or these COMPONENTS may be provided by third parties or vendors. The units classified in this class often install the system and train and support the users of the system.

    This class also includes:
    ~ provision of on-site management and operation of clients' computer systems and/or data processing facilities, as well as related support services

  • Group 261
    Manufacture of electronic COMPONENTS and boards
    See class 2610.
  • Group 281
    Manufacture of general-purpose machinery
    This group includes the manufacture of general-purpose machinery, i.e. machinery that is being used in a wide range of ISIC industries. This can include the manufacture of COMPONENTS used in the manufacture of a variety of other machinery or the manufacture of machinery that support the operation of other businesses.

  • Division 26
    Manufacture of computer, electronic and optical products
    This division includes the manufacture of computers, computer peripherals, communications equipment, and similar electronic products, as well as the manufacture of COMPONENTS for such products. Production processes of this division are characterized by the design and use of integrated circuits and the application of highly specialized miniaturization technologies.
    The division also contains the manufacture of consumer electronics, measuring, testing, navigating, and control equipment, irradiation, electromedical and electrotherapeutic equipment, optical instruments and equipment, and the manufacture of magnetic and optical media.

  • Division 28
    Manufacture of machinery and equipment n.e.c.
    This division includes the manufacture of machinery and equipment that act independently on materials either mechanically or thermally or perform operations on materials (such as handling, spraying, weighing or packing), including their mechanical COMPONENTS that produce and apply force, and any specially manufactured primary parts. This includes the manufacture of fixed and mobile or hand-held devices, regardless of whether they are designed for industrial, building and civil engineering, agricultural or home use. The manufacture of special equipment for passenger or freight transport within demarcated premises also belongs within this division.
    This division distinguishes between the manufacture of special-purpose machinery, i.e. machinery for exclusive use in an ISIC industry or a small cluster of ISIC industries, and general-purpose machinery, i.e. machinery that is being used in a wide range of ISIC industries.
    This division also includes the manufacture of other special-purpose machinery, not covered elsewhere in the classification, whether or not used in a manufacturing process, such as fairground amusement equipment, automatic bowling alley equipment, etc.

    This division excludes the manufacture of metal products for general use (division 25), associated control devices, computer equipment, measurement and testing equipment, electricity distribution and control apparatus (divisions 26 and 27) and general-purpose motor vehicles (divisions 29 and 30).

  • Division 31
    Manufacture of furniture
    This division includes the manufacture of furniture and related products of any material except stone, concrete and ceramic. The processes used in the manufacture of furniture are standard methods of forming materials and assembling COMPONENTS, including cutting, moulding and laminating. The design of the article, for both aesthetic and functional qualities, is an important aspect of the production process.

    Some of the processes used in furniture manufacturing are similar to processes that are used in other segments of manufacturing. For example, cutting and assembly occurs in the production of wood trusses that are classified in division 16 (Manufacture of wood and wood products). However, the multiple processes distinguish wood furniture manufacturing from wood product manufacturing. Similarly, metal furniture manufacturing uses techniques that are also employed in the manufacturing of roll-formed products classified in division 25 (Manufacture of fabricated metal products). The molding process for plastics furniture is similar to the molding of other plastics products. However, the manufacture of plastics furniture tends to be a specialized activity.

  • Division 80
    Security and investigation activities
    This division includes security-related services such as: investigation and detective services; guard and patrol services; picking up and delivering money, receipts, or other valuable items with personnel and equipment to protect such properties while in transit; operation of electronic security alarm systems, such as burglar and fire alarms, where the activity focuses on remote monitoring these systems, but often involves also sale, installation and repair services. If the latter COMPONENTS are provided separate, they are excluded from this division and classified in retail sale, construction etc.
  • Section C
    Manufacturing
    This section includes the physical or chemical transformation of materials, substances, or COMPONENTS into new products, although this cannot be used as the single universal criterion for defining manufacturing (see remark on processing of waste below). The materials, substances, or COMPONENTS transformed are raw materials that are products of agriculture, forestry, fishing, mining or quarrying as well as products of other manufacturing activities. Substantial alteration, renovation or reconstruction of goods is generally considered to be manufacturing.

    Units engaged in manufacturing are often described as plants, factories or mills and characteristically use power-driven machines and materials-handling equipment. However, units that transform materials or substances into new products by hand or in the worker's home and those engaged in selling to the general public of products made on the same premises from which they are sold, such as bakeries and custom tailors, are also included in this section. Manufacturing units may process materials or may contract with other units to process their materials for them. Both types of units are included in manufacturing.

    The output of a manufacturing process may be finished in the sense that it is ready for utilization or consumption, or it may be semi-finished in the sense that it is to become an input for further manufacturing. For example, the output of alumina refining is the input used in the primary production of aluminium; primary aluminium is the input to aluminium wire drawing; and aluminium wire is the input for the manufacture of fabricated wire products.

    Manufacture of specialized COMPONENTS and parts of, and accessories and attachments to, machinery and equipment is, as a general rule, classified in the same class as the manufacture of the machinery and equipment for which the parts and accessories are intended. Manufacture of unspecialized COMPONENTS and parts of machinery and equipment, e.g. engines, pistons, electric motors, electrical assemblies, valves, gears, roller bearings, is classified in the appropriate class of manufacturing, without regard to the machinery and equipment in which these items may be included. However, making specialized COMPONENTS and accessories by moulding or extruding plastics materials is included in class 2220.

    Assembly of the component parts of manufactured products is considered manufacturing. This includes the assembly of manufactured products from either self-produced or purchased COMPONENTS.

    The recovery of waste, i.e. the processing of waste into secondary raw materials is classified in class 3830 (Materials recovery). While this may involve physical or chemical transformations, this is not considered to be a part of manufacturing. The primary purpose of these activities is considered to be the treatment or processing of waste and they are therefore classified in Section E (Water supply; sewerage, waste management and remediation activities). However, the manufacture of new final products (as opposed to secondary raw materials) is classified in manufacturing, even if these processes use waste as an input. For example, the production of silver from film waste is considered to be a manufacturing process.

    Specialized maintenance and repair of industrial, commercial and similar machinery and equipment is, in general, classified in division 33 (Repair, maintenance and installation of machinery and equipment). However, the repair of computers and personal and household goods is classified in division 95 (Repair of computers and personal and household goods), while the repair of motor vehicles is classified in division 45 (Wholesale and retail trade and repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles).

    The installation of machinery and equipment, when carried out as a specialized activity, is classified in 3320.

    Remark: The boundaries of manufacturing and the other sectors of the classification system can be somewhat blurry.

  • Section J
    Information and communication
    This section includes the production and distribution of information and cultural products, the provision of the means to transmit or distribute these products, as well as data or communications, information technology activities and the processing of data and other information service activities.

    The main COMPONENTS of this section are publishing activities (division 58), including software publishing, motion picture and sound recording activities (division 59), radio and TV broadcasting and programming activities (division 60), telecommunications activities (division 61) and information technology activities (division 62) and other information service activities (division 63).

    Publishing includes the acquisition of copyrights to content (information products) and making this content available to the general public by engaging in (or arranging for) the reproduction and distribution of this content in various forms. All the feasible forms of publishing (in print, electronic or audio form, on the internet, as multimedia products such as CD-ROM reference books etc.) are included in this section.

    Activities related to production and distribution of TV programming span divisions 59, 60 and 61, reflecting different stages in this process. Individual COMPONENTS, such as movies, television series etc. are produced by activities in division 59, while the creation of a complete television channel programme, from COMPONENTS produced in division 59 or other COMPONENTS (such as live news programming) is included in division 60. Division 60 also includes the broadcasting of this programme by the producer. The distribution of the complete television programme by third parties, i.e. without any alteration of the content, is included in division 61. This distribution in division 61 can be done through broadcasting, satellite or cable systems.