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There are 14 Economic Activities in all levels that containg the word "CUTTING" in their name or detailed description. Have you that what you are searching for?

  • Class 2396
    Cutting, shaping and finishing of stone
    This class includes:
    ~ CUTTING, shaping and finishing of stone for use in construction, in cemeteries, on roads, as roofing etc.
    ~ manufacture of stone furniture

  • Class 2592
    Treatment and coating of metals; machining
    This class includes:
    ~ plating, anodizing etc. of metals
    ~ heat treatment of metals
    ~ deburring, sandblasting, tumbling, cleaning of metals
    ~ colouring and engraving of metals
    ~ non-metallic coating of metals:
    ~ plasticizing, enamelling, lacquering etc.
    ~ hardening, buffing of metals
    ~ boring, turning, milling, eroding, planing, lapping, broaching, levelling, sawing, grinding, sharpening, polishing, welding, splicing etc. of metalwork pieces
    ~ CUTTING of and writing on metals by means of laser beams

  • Class 2593
    Manufacture of cutlery, hand tools and general hardware
    This class includes:
    ~ manufacture of domestic cutlery such as knives, forks, spoons etc.
    ~ manufacture of other articles of cutlery:
    ~ cleavers and choppers
    ~ razors and razor blades
    ~ scissors and hair clippers
    ~ manufacture of knives and CUTTING blades for machines or for mechanical appliances
    ~ manufacture of hand tools such as pliers, screwdrivers etc.
    ~ manufacture of non-power-driven agricultural hand tools
    ~ manufacture of saws and saw blades, including circular saw blades and chainsaw blades
    ~ manufacture of interchangeable tools for hand tools, whether or not power-operated, or for machine tools: drills, punches, milling cutters etc.
    ~ manufacture of press tools
    ~ manufacture of blacksmiths' tools: forges, anvils etc.
    ~ manufacture of moulding boxes and moulds (except ingot moulds)
    ~ manufacture of vices, clamps
    ~ manufacture of padlocks, locks, keys, hinges and the like, hardware for buildings, furniture, vehicles etc.
    ~ manufacture of cutlasses, swords, bayonets etc.

  • Class 9602
    Hairdressing and other beauty treatment
    This class includes:
    ~ hair washing, trimming and CUTTING, setting, dyeing, tinting, waving, straightening and similar activities for men and women
    ~ shaving and beard trimming
    ~ facial massage, manicure and pedicure, make-up etc.


  • Class 2824
    Manufacture of machinery for mining, quarrying and construction
    This class includes:
    ~ manufacture of continuous-action elevators and conveyors for underground use
    ~ manufacture of boring, CUTTING, sinking and tunnelling machinery (whether or not for underground use)
    ~ manufacture of machinery for treating minerals by screening, sorting, separating, washing, crushing etc.
    ~ manufacture of concrete and mortar mixers
    ~ manufacture of earth-moving machinery:
    ~ bulldozers, angle-dozers, graders, scrapers, levellers, mechanical shovels, shovel loaders etc.
    ~ manufacture of pile drivers and pile extractors, mortar spreaders, bitumen spreaders, concrete surfacing machinery etc.
    ~ manufacture of tracklaying tractors and tractors used in construction or mining
    ~ manufacture of bulldozer and angle-dozer blades
    ~ manufacture of off-road dumping trucks

  • Class 2826
    Manufacture of machinery for textile, apparel and leather production
    This class includes:
    ~ manufacture of textile machinery:
    ~ machines for preparing, producing, extruding, drawing, texturing or CUTTING man-made textile fibres, materials or yarns
    ~ machines for preparing textile fibres: cotton gins, bale breakers, garnetters, cotton spreaders, wool scourers, wool carbonizers, combs, carders, roving frames etc.
    ~ spinning machines
    ~ machines for preparing textile yarns: reelers, warpers and related machines
    ~ weaving machines (looms), including hand looms
    ~ knitting machines
    ~ machines for making knotted net, tulle, lace, braid etc.
    ~ manufacture of auxiliary machines or equipment for textile machinery:
    ~ dobbies, jacquards, automatic stop motions, shuttle changing mechanisms, spindles and spindle flyers etc.
    ~ manufacture of textile printing machinery
    ~ manufacture of machinery for fabric processing:
    ~ machinery for washing, bleaching, dyeing, dressing, finishing, coating or impregnating textile fabrics
    ~ manufacture of machines for reeling, unreeling, folding, CUTTING or pinking textile fabrics
    ~ manufacture of laundry machinery:
    ~ ironing machines, including fusing presses
    ~ commercial washing and drying machines
    ~ dry-cleaning machines
    ~ manufacture of sewing machines, sewing machine heads and sewing machine needles (whether or not for household use)
    ~ manufacture of machines for producing or finishing felt or non-wovens
    ~ manufacture of leather machines:
    ~ machinery for preparing, tanning or working hides, skins or leather
    ~ machinery for making or repairing footwear or other articles of hides, skins, leather or fur skins

  • Class 3312
    Repair of machinery
    This class includes the repair and maintenance of industrial machinery and equipment like sharpening or installing commercial and industrial machinery blades and saws; the provision of welding (e.g. automotive, general) repair services; the repair of agricultural and other heavy and industrial machinery and equipment (e.g. forklifts and other materials handling equipment, machine tools, commercial refrigeration equipment, construction equipment and mining machinery), comprising machinery and equipment of division 28.

    This class includes:
    ~ repair and maintenance of non-automotive engines, e.g. ship or rail engines
    ~ repair and maintenance of pumps and related equipment
    ~ repair and maintenance of fluid power equipment
    ~ repair of valves
    ~ repair of gearing and driving elements
    ~ repair and maintenance of industrial process furnaces
    ~ repair and maintenance of materials handling equipment
    ~ repair and maintenance of commercial refrigeration equipment and air purifying equipment
    ~ repair and maintenance of commercial-type general-purpose machinery
    ~ repair of other power-driven hand-tools
    ~ repair and maintenance of metal CUTTING and metal forming machine tools and accessories
    ~ repair and maintenance of other machine tools
    ~ repair and maintenance of agricultural tractors
    ~ repair and maintenance of agricultural machinery and forestry and logging machinery
    ~ repair and maintenance of metallurgy machinery
    ~ repair and maintenance of mining, construction, and oil and gas field machinery
    ~ repair and maintenance of food, beverage, and tobacco processing machinery
    ~ repair and maintenance of textile apparel, and leather production machinery
    ~ repair and maintenance of papermaking machinery
    ~ repair and maintenance of other special-purpose machinery of division 28
    ~ repair and maintenance of weighing equipment
    ~ repair and maintenance of vending machines
    ~ repair and maintenance of cash registers
    ~ repair and maintenance of photocopy machines
    ~ repair of calculators, electronic or not
    ~ repair of typewriters

  • Class 3830
    Materials recovery
    This class includes:
    ~ processing of metal and non-metal waste and scrap and other articles into secondary raw materials, usually involving a mechanical or chemical transformation process
    ~ recovery of materials from waste streams in the form of:
    ~ separating and sorting recoverable materials from non-hazardous waste streams (i.e. garbage)
    ~ separating and sorting of commingled recoverable materials, such as paper, plastics, used beverage cans and metals, into distinct categories

    Examples of the mechanical or chemical transformation processes that are undertaken are:
    ~ mechanical crushing of metal waste such as used cars, washing machines, bikes etc. with subsequent sorting and separation
    ~ dismantling of automobiles, computers, televisions and other equipment for materials recovery
    ~ mechanical reduction of large iron pieces such as railway wagons
    ~ shredding of metal waste, end-of-life vehicles etc.
    ~ other methods of mechanical treatment as CUTTING, pressing to reduce the volume
    ~ ship-breaking
    ~ reclaiming metals out of photographic waste, e.g. fixer solution or photographic films and paper
    ~ reclaiming of rubber such as used tires to produce secondary raw material
    ~ sorting and pelleting of plastics to produce secondary raw material for tubes, flower pots, pallets and the like
    ~ processing (cleaning, melting, grinding) of plastic or rubber waste to granulates
    ~ crushing, cleaning and sorting of glass
    ~ crushing, cleaning and sorting of other waste such as demolition waste to obtain secondary raw material
    ~ processing of used cooking oils and fats into secondary raw materials
    ~ processing of other food, beverage and tobacco waste and residual substances into secondary raw materials

  • Group 591
    Motion picture, video and television programme activities
    This group includes production of theatrical and non-theatrical motion pictures whether on film, videotape, DVD or other media, including digital distribution, for direct projection in theatres or for broadcasting on television; supporting activities such as film editing, CUTTING, dubbing etc.; distribution of motion pictures or other film productions (video tapes, DVDs, etc) to other industries; as well as their projection. Buying and selling of motion picture or any other film production distribution rights is also included.
  • Division 08
    Other mining and quarrying
    This division includes extraction from a mine or quarry, but also dredging of alluvial deposits, rock crushing and the use of salt marshes. The products are used most notably in construction (e.g. sands, stones etc.), manufacture of materials (e.g. clay, gypsum, calcium etc.), manufacture of chemicals etc.
    This division does not include processing (except crushing, grinding, CUTTING, cleaning, drying, sorting and mixing) of the minerals extracted.


  • Division 17
    Manufacture of paper and paper products
    This division includes the manufacture of pulp, paper and converted paper products. The manufacture of these products is grouped together because they constitute a series of vertically connected processes. More than one activity is often carried out in a single unit. There are essentially three activities: The manufacture of pulp involves separating the cellulose fibers from other impurities in wood or used paper. The manufacture of paper involves matting these fibers into a sheet. Converted paper products are made from paper and other materials by various CUTTING and shaping techniques, including coating and laminating activities. The paper articles may be printed (e.g. wallpaper, gift wrap etc.), as long as the printing of information is not the main purpose.
    The production of pulp, paper and paperboard in bulk is included in class 1701, while the remaining classes include the production of further-processed paper and paper products.

  • 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 59
    Motion picture, video and television programme production, sound recording and music publishing activities
    This division includes production of theatrical and non-theatrical motion pictures whether on film, videotape or disc for direct projection in theatres or for broadcasting on television; supporting activities such as film editing, CUTTING, dubbing etc.; distribution of motion pictures and other film productions to other industries; as well as motion picture or other film productions projection. Also included is the buying and selling of distribution rights for motion pictures or other film productions.
    This division also includes the sound recording activities, i.e. production of original sound master recordings, releasing, promoting and distributing them, publishing of music as well as sound recording service activities in a studio or elsewhere.

  • Section G
    Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles
    This section includes wholesale and retail sale (i.e. sale without transformation) of any type of goods and the rendering of services incidental to the sale of these goods. Wholesaling and retailing are the final steps in the distribution of goods. Goods bought and sold are also referred to as merchandise.

    Also included in this section are the repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles.

    Sale without transformation is considered to include the usual operations (or manipulations) associated with trade, for example sorting, grading and assembling of goods, mixing (blending) of goods (for example sand), bottling (with or without preceding bottle cleaning), packing, breaking bulk and repacking for distribution in smaller lots, storage (whether or not frozen or chilled), cleaning and drying of agricultural products, CUTTING out of wood fibreboards or metal sheets as secondary activities.

    Division 45 includes all activities related to the sale and repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles, while divisions 46 and 47 include all other sale activities. The distinction between division 46 (wholesale) and division 47 (retail sale) is based on the predominant type of customer.

    Wholesale is the resale (sale without transformation) of new and used goods to retailers, to industrial, commercial, institutional or professional users, or to other wholesalers, or involves acting as an agent or broker in buying goods for, or selling goods to, such persons or companies. The principal types of businesses included are merchant wholesalers, i.e. wholesalers who take title to the goods they sell, such as wholesale merchants or jobbers, industrial distributors, exporters, importers, and cooperative buying associations, sales branches and sales offices (but not retail stores) that are maintained by manufacturing or mining units apart from their plants or mines for the purpose of marketing their products and that do not merely take orders to be filled by direct shipments from the plants or mines. Also included are merchandise brokers, commission merchants and agents and assemblers, buyers and cooperative associations engaged in the marketing of farm products. Wholesalers frequently physically assemble, sort and grade goods in large lots, break bulk, repack and redistribute in smaller lots, for example pharmaceuticals; store, refrigerate, deliver and install goods, engage in sales promotion for their customers and label design.

    Retailing is the resale (sale without transformation) of new and used goods mainly to the general public for personal or household consumption or utilization, by shops, department stores, stalls, mail-order houses, door-to-door sales persons, hawkers and peddlers, consumer cooperatives, auction houses etc. Most retailers take title to the goods they sell, but some act as agents for a principal and sell either on consignment or on a commission basis.