SIC CODES

SIC Codes containing "palabra"

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SIC items for form

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

  • Class 0220
    Logging
    This class includes:
    ~ production of roundwood for forest-based manufacturing industries
    ~ production of roundwood used in an unprocessed FORM such as pit-props, fence posts and utility poles
    ~ gathering and production of fire wood
    ~ production of charcoal in the forest (using traditional methods)

    The output of this activity can take the FORM of logs, chips or fire wood.

  • Class 1075
    Manufacture of prepared meals and dishes
    This class includes the manufacture of ready-made (i.e. prepared, seasoned and cooked) meals and dishes. These dishes are processed to preserve them, such as in frozen or canned FORM, and are usually packaged and labeled for re-sale, i.e. this class does not include the preparation of meals for immediate consumption, such as in restaurants. To be considered a dish, these foods have to contain at least two distinct main ingredients (except seasonings etc.).

    This class includes:
    ~ manufacture of meat or poultry dishes
    ~ manufacture of fish dishes, including fish and chips
    ~ manufacture of prepared dishes of vegetables
    ~ manufacture of canned stews and vacuum-prepared meals
    ~ manufacture of other prepared meals (such as TV dinners, etc.)
    ~ manufacture of frozen or otherwise preserved pizza

  • Class 1621
    Manufacture of veneer sheets and wood-based panels
    This class includes:
    ~ manufacture of veneer sheets thin enough to be used for veneering, making plywood or other purposes:
    ~ smoothed, dyed, coated, impregnated, reinforced (with paper or fabric backing)
    ~ made in the FORM of motifs
    ~ manufacture of plywood, veneer panels and similar laminated wood boards and sheets
    ~ manufacture of particle board and fibreboard
    ~ manufacture of densified wood
    ~ manufacture of glue laminated wood, laminated veneer wood

  • Class 5813
    Publishing of newspapers, journals and periodicals
    This class includes:
    ~ publishing of newspapers, including advertising newspapers
    ~ publishing of periodicals and other journals, including publishing of radio and television schedules

    Publishing can be done in print or electronic FORM, including on the Internet.


  • Class 2011
    Manufacture of basic chemicals
    This class includes the manufacture of chemicals using basic processes, such as thermal cracking and distillation. The output of these processes are usually separate chemical elements or separate chemically defined compounds.

    This class includes:
    ~ manufacture of liquefied or compressed inorganic industrial or medical gases:
    ~ elemental gases
    ~ liquid or compressed air
    ~ refrigerant gases
    ~ mixed industrial gases
    ~ inert gases such as carbon dioxide
    ~ isolating gases
    ~ manufacture of dyes and pigments from any source in basic FORM or as concentrate
    ~ manufacture of chemical elements
    ~ manufacture of inorganic acids except nitric acid
    ~ manufacture of alkalis, lyes and other inorganic bases except ammonia
    ~ manufacture of other inorganic compounds
    ~ manufacture of basic organic chemicals:
    ~ acyclic hydrocarbons, saturated and unsaturated
    ~ cyclic hydrocarbons, saturated and unsaturated
    ~ acyclic and cyclic alcohols
    ~ mono- and polycarboxylic acids, including acetic acid
    ~ other oxygen-function compounds, including aldehydes, ketones, quinones and dual or poly oxygen-function compounds
    ~ synthetic glycerol
    ~ nitrogen-function organic compounds, including amines
    ~ fermentation of sugarcane, corn or similar to produce alcohol and esters
    ~ other organic compounds, including wood distillation products (e.g. charcoal) etc.
    ~ manufacture of distilled water
    ~ manufacture of synthetic aromatic products
    ~ roasting of iron pyrites

    This class also includes:
    ~ manufacture of products of a kind used as fluorescent brightening agents or as luminophores
    ~ enrichment of uranium and thorium ores and production of fuel elements for nuclear reactors

  • Class 2023
    Manufacture of soap and detergents, cleaning and polishing preparations, perfumes and toilet preparations
    This class includes:
    ~ manufacture of organic surface-active agents
    ~ manufacture of soap
    ~ manufacture of paper, wadding, felt etc. coated or covered with soap or detergent
    ~ manufacture of crude glycerol
    ~ manufacture of surface-active preparations:
    ~ washing powders in solid or liquid FORM and detergents
    ~ dish-washing preparations
    ~ textile softeners
    ~ manufacture of cleaning and polishing products:
    ~ preparations for perfuming or deodorizing rooms
    ~ artificial waxes and prepared waxes
    ~ polishes and creams for leather
    ~ polishes and creams for wood
    ~ polishes for coachwork, glass and metal
    ~ scouring pastes and powders, including paper, wadding etc. coated or covered with these
    ~ manufacture of perfumes and toilet preparations:
    ~ perfumes and toilet water
    ~ beauty and make-up preparations
    ~ sunburn prevention and suntan preparations
    ~ manicure and pedicure preparations
    ~ shampoos, hair lacquers, waving and straightening preparations
    ~ dentifrices and preparations for oral hygiene, including denture fixative preparations
    ~ shaving preparations, including pre-shave and aftershave preparations
    ~ deodorants and bath salts
    ~ depilatories

  • Class 2220
    Manufacture of plastics products
    This class includes the processing of new or spent (i.e. recycled) plastics resins into intermediate or final products, using such processes as compression molding, extrusion molding, injection molding, blow molding and casting. For most of these, the production process is such that a wide variety of products can be made.

    This class includes:
    ~ manufacture of semi-manufactures of plastic products:
    ~ plastic plates, sheets, blocks, film, foil, strip etc. (whether self-adhesive or not)
    ~ manufacture of finished plastic products:
    ~ plastic tubes, pipes and hoses; hose and pipe fittings
    ~ manufacture of plastic articles for the packing of goods:
    ~ plastic bags, sacks, containers, boxes, cases, carboys, bottles etc.
    ~ manufacture of builders' plastics ware:
    ~ plastic doors, windows, frames, shutters, blinds, skirting boards
    ~ tanks, reservoirs
    ~ plastic floor, wall or ceiling coverings in rolls or in the FORM of tiles etc.
    ~ plastic sanitary ware, such as:
    ~~ plastic baths, shower baths, washbasins, lavatory pans, flushing cisterns etc.
    ~ manufacture of plastic tableware, kitchenware and toilet articles
    ~ cellophane film or sheet
    ~ manufacture of resilient floor coverings, such as vinyl, linoleum etc.
    ~ manufacture of artificial stone (e.g. cultured marble)
    ~ manufacture of plastic signs (non-electrical)
    ~ manufacture of diverse plastic products:
    ~ plastic headgear, insulating fittings, parts of lighting fittings, office or school supplies, articles of apparel (if only sealed together, not sewn), fittings for furniture, statuettes, transmission and conveyer belts, self-adhesive tapes of plastic, plastic wall paper, plastic shoe lasts, plastic cigar and cigarette holders, combs, plastics hair curlers, plastics novelties, etc.

  • 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

  • Class 5811
    Book publishing
    This class includes the activities of publishing books in print, electronic (CD, electronic displays etc.) or audio FORM or on the Internet.

    This class includes:
    ~ publishing of books, brochures, leaflets and similar publications, including publishing of dictionaries and encyclopedias
    ~ publishing of atlases, maps and charts
    ~ publishing of audio books
    ~ publishing of encyclopedias etc. on CD-ROM

  • Class 5812
    Publishing of directories and mailing lists
    This class includes the publishing of lists of facts/information (databases) that are protected in their FORM, but not in their content. These lists can be published in printed or electronic FORM.

    This class includes:
    ~ publishing of mailing lists
    ~ publishing of telephone books
    ~ publishing of other directories and compilations, such as case law, pharmaceutical compendia etc.


  • Group 641
    Monetary intermediation
    This group includes the obtaining of funds in the FORM of transferable deposits, i.e. funds that are fixed in money terms, obtained on a day-to-day basis and, apart from central banking, obtained from non-financial sources.
  • Division 02
    Forestry and logging
    This division includes the production of roundwood for the forest-based manufacturing industries (ISIC divisions 16 and 17) as well as the extraction and gathering of wild growing non-wood forest products. Besides the production of timber, forestry activities result in products that undergo little processing, such as fire wood, charcoal, wood chips and roundwood used in an unprocessed FORM (e.g. pit-props, pulpwood etc.). These activities can be carried out in natural or planted forests.
  • Division 12
    Manufacture of tobacco products
    This division includes the processing of an agricultural product, tobacco, into a FORM suitable for final consumption.
  • Division 24
    Manufacture of basic metals
    This division includes the activities of smelting and/or refining ferrous and non-ferrous metals from ore, pig or scrap, using electrometallurgic and other process metallurgic techniques. This division also includes the manufacture of metal alloys and super-alloys by introducing other chemical elements to pure metals. The output of smelting and refining, usually in ingot FORM, is used in rolling, drawing and extruding operations to make products such as plate, sheet, strip, bars, rods, wire, tubes, pipes and hollow profiles, and in molten FORM to make castings and other basic metal products.
  • Division 58
    Publishing activities
    This division includes the publishing of books, brochures, leaflets, dictionaries, encyclopaedias, atlases, maps and charts; publishing of newspapers, journals and periodicals; directory and mailing list and other publishing, as well as software publishing.

    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.), except publishing of motion pictures, are included in this division.

    This division excludes the publishing of motion pictures, video tapes and movies on DVD or similar media (division 59) and the production of master copies for records or audio material (division 59). Also excluded are printing (see 1811) and the mass reproduction of recorded media (see 1820).

  • 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.