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  • Class 0130
    Plant propagation
    This class includes the production of all vegetative planting materials including cuttings, suckers and seedlings for direct plant propagation or to create plant grafting stock INTO which selected scion is grafted for eventual planting to produce crops.

    This class includes:
    ~ growing of plants for planting
    ~ growing of plants for ornamental purposes, including turf for transplanting
    ~ growing of live plants for bulbs, tubers and roots; cuttings and slips; mushroom spawn
    ~ operation of tree nurseries, except forest tree nurseries

  • Class 1430
    Manufacture of knitted and crocheted apparel
    This class includes:
    ~ manufacture of knitted or crocheted wearing apparel and other made-up articles directly INTO shape: pullovers, cardigans, jerseys, waistcoats and similar articles
    ~ manufacture of hosiery, including socks, tights and pantyhose

  • Class 1079
    Manufacture of other food products n.e.c.
    This class includes:
    ~ decaffeinating and roasting of coffee
    ~ production of coffee products:
    ~ ground coffee
    ~ soluble coffee
    ~ extracts and concentrates of coffee
    ~ manufacture of coffee substitutes
    ~ blending of tea and maté
    ~ manufacture of extracts and preparations based on tea or maté
    ~ manufacture of soups and broths
    ~ manufacture of special foods, such as:
    ~ infant formula
    ~ follow up milks and other follow up foods
    ~ baby foods
    ~ foods containing homogenized ingredients
    ~ manufacture of spices, sauces and condiments:
    ~ mayonnaise
    ~ mustard flour and meal
    ~ prepared mustard etc.
    ~ manufacture of vinegar
    ~ manufacture of artificial honey and caramel
    ~ manufacture of perishable prepared foods, such as:
    ~ sandwiches
    ~ fresh (uncooked) pizza

    This class also includes:
    ~ manufacture of herb infusions (mint, vervain, chamomile etc.)
    ~ manufacture of yeast
    ~ manufacture of extracts and juices of meat, fish, crustaceans or molluscs
    ~ manufacture of non-dairy milk and cheese substitutes
    ~ manufacture of egg products, egg albumin
    ~ processing of salt INTO food-grade salt, e.g. iodized salt
    ~ manufacture of artificial concentrates

  • Class 1622
    Manufacture of builders' carpentry and joinery
    This class includes:
    ~ manufacture of wooden goods intended to be used primarily in the construction industry:
    ~ beams, rafters, roof struts
    ~ glue-laminated or metal connected prefabricated wooden roof trusses
    ~ doors, windows, shutters and their frames, whether or not containing metal fittings, such as hinges, locks etc.
    ~ stairs, railings
    ~ wooden beadings and mouldings, shingles and shakes
    ~ parquet floor blocks, strips etc., assembled INTO panels
    ~ manufacture of prefabricated buildings, or elements thereof, predominantly of wood
    ~ manufacture of mobile homes
    ~ manufacture of wood partitions (except free standing)


  • Class 1812
    Service activities related to printing
    This class includes:
    ~ binding of printed sheets, e.g. INTO books, brochures, magazines, catalogues etc., by folding, assembling, stitching, glueing, collating, basting, adhesive binding, trimming, gold stamping
    ~ composition, typesetting, phototypesetting, pre-press data input including scanning and optical character recognition, electronic make-up
    ~ plate-making services including imagesetting and plate-setting (for the printing processes letterpress and offset)
    ~ engraving or etching of cylinders for gravure
    ~ plate processes direct to plate (also photopolymer plates)
    ~ preparation of plates and dies for relief stamping or printing
    ~ production of proofs
    ~ artistic work including preparation of litho stones and prepared woodblocks
    ~ production of reprographic products
    ~ design of printing products e.g. sketches, layouts, dummies etc.
    ~ other graphic activities such as die-sinking or die-stamping, Braille copying, punching and drilling, embossing, varnishing and laminating, collating and insetting, creasing

  • 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 2930
    Manufacture of parts and accessories for motor vehicles
    This class includes:
    ~ manufacture of diverse parts and accessories for motor vehicles:
    ~ brakes, gearboxes, axles, road wheels, suspension shock absorbers, radiators, silencers, exhaust pipes, catalytic converters, clutches, steering wheels, steering columns and steering boxes
    ~ manufacture of parts and accessories of bodies for motor vehicles:
    ~ safety belts, airbags, doors, bumpers
    ~ manufacture of car seats
    ~ manufacture of motor vehicle electrical equipment, such as generators, alternators, spark plugs, ignition wiring harnesses, power window and door systems, assembly of purchased gauges INTO instrument panels, voltage regulators, 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 6810
    Real estate activities with own or leased property
    This class includes:
    ~ buying, selling, renting and operating of self-owned or leased real estate, such as:
    ~ apartment buildings and dwellings
    ~ non-residential buildings, including exhibition halls, self-storage facilities, malls and shopping centers
    ~ land
    ~ provision of homes and furnished or unfurnished flats or apartments for more permanent use, typically on a monthly or annual basis

    This class also includes:
    ~ development of building projects for own operation, i.e. for renting of space in these buildings
    ~ subdividing real estate INTO lots, without land improvement
    ~ operation of residential mobile home sites

  • Class 7320
    Market research and public opinion polling
    This class includes:
    ~ investigation INTO market potential, acceptance and familiarity of products and buying habits of consumers for the purpose of sales promotion and development of new products, including statistical analyses of the results
    ~ investigation INTO collective opinions of the public about political, economic and social issues and statistical analysis thereof


  • Class 7410
    Specialized design activities
    This class includes:
    ~ fashion design related to textiles, wearing apparel, shoes, jewelry, furniture and other interior decoration and other fashion goods as well as other personal or household goods
    ~ industrial design, i.e. creating and developing designs and specifications that optimize the use, value and appearance of products, including the determination of the materials, construction, mechanism, shape, colour and surface finishes of the product, taking INTO consideration human characteristics and needs, safety, market appeal and efficiency in production, distribution, use and maintenance
    ~ activities of graphic designers
    ~ activities of interior decorators

  • Division 12
    Manufacture of tobacco products
    This division includes the processing of an agricultural product, tobacco, INTO a form suitable for final consumption.
  • Division 32
    Other manufacturing
    This division includes the manufacture of a variety of goods not covered in other parts of the classification. Since this is a residual division, production processes, input materials and use of the produced goods can vary widely and usual criteria for grouping classes INTO divisions have not been applied here.
  • Division 10
    Manufacture of food products
    This division includes the processing of the products of agriculture, forestry and fishing INTO food for humans or animals, and includes the production of various intermediate products that are not directly food products. The activity often generates associated products of greater or lesser value (for example, hides from slaughtering, or oilcake from oil production).
    This division is organized by activities dealing with different kinds of products: meat, fish, fruit and vegetables, fats and oils, milk products, grain mill products, animal feeds and other food products. Production can be carried out for own account, as well as for third parties, as in custom slaughtering.
    Some activities are considered manufacturing (for example, those performed in bakeries, pastry shops, and prepared meat shops etc. which sell their own production) even though there is retail sale of the products in the producers' own shop. However, where the processing is minimal and does not lead to a real transformation, the unit is classified to Wholesale and retail trade (section G).

    Production of animal feeds from slaughter waste or by-products is classified in 1080, while processing food and beverage waste INTO secondary raw material is classified to 3830, and disposal of food and beverage waste in 3821.

  • Division 15
    Manufacture of leather and related products
    This division includes dressing and dyeing of fur and the transformation of hides INTO leather by tanning or curing and fabricating the leather INTO products for final consumption. It also includes the manufacture of similar products from other materials (imitation leathers or leather substitutes), such as rubber footwear, textile luggage etc. The products made from leather substitutes are included here, since they are made in ways similar to those in which leather products are made (e.g. luggage) and are often produced in the same unit.
  • Division 16
    Manufacture of wood and of products of wood and cork, except furniture; manufacture of articles of straw and plaiting materials
    This division includes the manufacture of wood products, such as lumber, plywood, veneers, wood containers, wood flooring, wood trusses, and prefabricated wood buildings. The production processes include sawing, planing, shaping, laminating, and assembling of wood products starting from logs that are cut INTO bolts, or lumber that may then be cut further, or shaped by lathes or other shaping tools. The lumber or other transformed wood shapes may also be subsequently planed or smoothed, and assembled INTO finished products, such as wood containers.
    With the exception of sawmilling, this division is subdivided mainly based on the specific products manufactured.

    This division does not include the manufacture of furniture (3100), or the installation of wooden fittings and the like (4330).

  • 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 19
    Manufacture of coke and refined petroleum products
    This division includes the transformation of crude petroleum and coal INTO usable products. The dominant process is petroleum refining, which involves the separation of crude petroleum INTO component products through such techniques as cracking and distillation. This division also includes the manufacture for own account of characteristic products (e.g. coke, butane, propane, petrol, kerosene, fuel oil etc.) as well as processing services (e.g. custom refining).
    This division includes the manufacture of gases such as ethane, propane and butane as products of petroleum refineries.

    Not included is the manufacture of such gases in other units (2011), manufacture of industrial gases (2011), extraction of natural gas (methane, ethane, butane or propane) (0600), and manufacture of fuel gas, other than petroleum gases (e.g. coal gas, water gas, producer gas, gasworks gas) (35420).
    The manufacture of petrochemicals from refined petroleum is classified in division 20.


  • Division 25
    Manufacture of fabricated metal products, except machinery and equipment
    This division includes the manufacture of pure metal products (such as parts, containers and structures), usually with a static, immovable function, as opposed to the following divisions 26-30, which cover the manufacture of combinations or assemblies of such metal products (sometimes with other materials) INTO more complex units that, unless they are purely electrical, electronic or optical, work with moving parts.
    The manufacture of weapons and ammunition is also included in this division.

    This division excludes specialized repair and maintenance activities (see group 331) and the specialized installation of manufactured goods produced in this division in buildings, such as central heating boilers (see 4322).

  • Division 72
    Scientific research and development
    This division includes the activities of three types of research and development: 1) basic research: experimental or theoretical work undertaken primarily to acquire new knowledge of the underlying foundations of phenomena and observable facts, without particular application or use in view, 2) applied research: original investigation undertaken in order to acquire new knowledge, directed primarily towards a specific practical aim or objective and 3) experimental development: systematic work, drawing on existing knowledge gained from research and/or practical experience, directed to producing new materials, products and devices, to installing new processes, systems and services, and to improving substantially those already produced or installed.

    Research and experimental development activities in this division are subdivided INTO two categories: natural sciences and engineering; social sciences and the humanities.

    This division excludes market research (see class 7320).

  • Section B
    Mining and quarrying
    This section includes the extraction of minerals occurring naturally as solids (coal and ores), liquids (petroleum) or gases (natural gas). Extraction can be achieved by different methods such as underground or surface mining, well operation, seabed mining etc.
    This section also includes supplementary activities aimed at preparing the crude materials for marketing, for example, crushing, grinding, cleaning, drying, sorting, concentrating ores, liquefaction of natural gas and agglomeration of solid fuels. These operations are often carried out by the units that extracted the resource and/or others located nearby.
    Mining activities are classified INTO divisions, groups and classes on the basis of the principal mineral produced. Divisions 05, 06 are concerned with mining and quarrying of fossil fuels (coal, lignite, petroleum, gas); divisions 07, 08 concern metal ores, various minerals and quarry products.
    Some of the technical operations of this section, particularly related to the extraction of hydrocarbons, may also be carried out for third parties by specialized units as an industrial service, which is reflected in division 09.

    This section excludes the processing of the extracted materials (see section C - Manufacturing), which also covers the bottling of natural spring and mineral waters at springs and wells (see class 1104) or the crushing, grinding or otherwise treating certain earths, rocks and minerals not carried out in conjunction with mining and quarrying (see class 2399). This section also excludes the usage of the extracted materials without a further transformation for construction purposes (see section F - Construction), the collection, purification and distribution of water (see class 3600), separate site preparation activities for mining (see class 4312) and geophysical, geologic and seismic surveying activities (see class 7110).

  • 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 E
    Water supply; sewerage, waste management and remediation activities
    This section includes activities related to the management (including collection, treatment and disposal) of various forms of waste, such as solid or non-solid industrial or household waste, as well as contaminated sites. The output of the waste or sewage treatment process can either be disposed of or become an input INTO other production processes. Activities of water supply are also grouped in this section, since they are often carried out in connection with, or by units also engaged in, the treatment of sewage.