SIC CODES

SIC Activities for the term more

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SIC Codes containing more

There are 17 Economic Activities in all levels that containg the word "MORE" in their name or detailed description. Have you that what you are searching for?

  • Class 0150
    Mixed farming
    This class includes the combined production of crops and animals without a specialized production of crops or animals. The size of the overall farming operation is not a determining factor. If either production of crops or animals in a given unit exceeds 66 per cent or MORE of standard gross margins, the combined activity should not be included here, but allocated to crop or animal farming.
  • Class 1920
    Manufacture of refined petroleum products
    This class includes the manufacture of liquid or gaseous fuels or other products from crude petroleum, bituminous minerals or their fractionation products. Petroleum refining involves one or MORE of the following activities: fractionation, straight distillation of crude oil, and cracking.

    This class includes:
    ~ production of motor fuel: gasoline, kerosene etc.
    ~ production of fuel: light, medium and heavy fuel oil, refinery gases such as ethane, propane, butane etc.
    ~ manufacture of oil-based lubricating oils or greases, including from waste oil
    ~ manufacture of products for the petrochemical industry and for the manufacture of road coverings
    ~ manufacture of various products: white spirit, Vaseline, paraffin wax, petroleum jelly etc.
    ~ manufacture of hard-coal and lignite fuel briquettes
    ~ manufacture of petroleum briquettes
    ~ blending of biofuels, i.e. blending of alcohols with petroleum (e.g. gasohol)

  • Class 2920
    Manufacture of bodies (coachwork) for motor vehicles; manufacture of trailers and semi-trailers
    This class includes:
    ~ manufacture of bodies, including cabs for motor vehicles
    ~ outfitting of all types of motor vehicles, trailers and semi-trailers
    ~ manufacture of trailers and semi-trailers:
    ~ for transport of goods: tankers, removal trailers etc.
    ~ for transport of passengers: caravan trailers etc.
    ~ manufacture of containers for carriage by one or MORE modes of transport

  • Class 5310
    Postal activities
    This class includes the activities of postal services operating under a universal service obligation. The activities include use of the universal service infrastructure, including retail locations, sorting and processing facilities, and carrier routes to pickup and deliver the mail. The delivery can include letter-post, i.e. letters, postcards, printed papers (newspaper, periodicals, advertising items, etc.), small packets, goods or documents. Also included are other services necessary to support the universal service obligation.

    This class includes:
    ~ pickup, sorting, transport and delivery (domestic or international) of letter-post and (mail-type) parcels and packages by postal services operating under a universal service obligation. One or MORE modes of transport may be involved and the activity may be carried out with either self-owned (private) transport or via public transport.
    ~ collection of letter-mail and parcels from public letter-boxes or from post offices
    ~ distribution and delivery of mail and parcels


  • Class 5320
    Courier activities
    This class includes courier activities not operating under a universal service obligation.

    This class includes:
    ~ pickup, sorting, transport and delivery (domestic or international) of letter-post and (mail-type) parcels and packages by firms not operating under a universal service obligation. One or MORE modes of transport may be involved and the activity may be carried out with either self-owned (private) transport or via public transport.
    ~ distribution and delivery of mail and parcels

    This class also includes:
    ~ home delivery services

  • Class 6190
    Other telecommunications activities
    This class includes:
    ~ provision of specialized telecommunications applications, such as satellite tracking, communications telemetry, and radar station operations
    ~ operation of satellite terminal stations and associated facilities operationally connected with one or MORE terrestrial communications systems and capable of transmitting telecommunications to or receiving telecommunications from satellite systems
    ~ provision of Internet access over networks between the client and the ISP not owned or controlled by the ISP, such as dial-up Internet access etc.
    ~ provision of telephone and Internet access in facilities open to the public
    ~ provision of telecommunications services over existing telecom connections:
    ~ VOIP (Voice Over Internet Protocol) provision
    ~ telecommunications resellers (i.e. purchasing and reselling network capacity without providing additional services)

  • 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 7490
    Other professional, scientific and technical activities n.e.c.
    This class includes a great variety of service activities generally delivered to commercial clients. It includes those activities for which MORE advanced professional, scientific and technical skill levels are required, but does not include ongoing, routine business functions that are generally of short duration.

    This class includes:
    ~ translation and interpretation activities
    ~ business brokerage activities, i.e. arranging for the purchase and sale of small and medium-sized businesses, including professional practices, but not including real estate brokerage
    ~ patent brokerage activities (arranging for the purchase and sale of patents)
    ~ appraisal activities other than for real estate and insurance (for antiques, jewellery, etc.)
    ~ bill auditing and freight rate information
    ~ activities of quantity surveyors
    ~ weather forecasting activities
    ~ security consulting
    ~ agronomy consulting
    ~ environmental consulting
    ~ other technical consulting
    ~ activities of consultants other than architecture, engineering and management consultants

    This class also includes:
    ~ activities carried on by agents and agencies on behalf of individuals usually involving the obtaining of engagements in motion picture, theatrical production or other entertainment or sports attractions and the placement of books, plays, artworks, photographs etc., with publishers, producers etc.

  • Class 8010
    Private security activities
    This class includes the provision of one or MORE of the following: 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.

    This class includes:
    ~ armored car services
    ~ bodyguard services
    ~ polygraph services
    ~ fingerprinting services
    ~ security guard services

  • Class 8413
    Regulation of and contribution to MORE efficient operation of businesses
    This class includes:
    ~ public administration and regulation, including subsidy allocation, for different economic sectors:
    ~ agriculture
    ~ land use
    ~ energy and mining resources
    ~ infrastructure
    ~ transport
    ~ communication
    ~ hotels and tourism
    ~ wholesale and retail trade
    ~ administration of R&D policies and associated funds to improve economic performance
    ~ administration of general labour affairs
    ~ implementation of regional development policy measures, e.g. to reduce unemployment


  • Class 8521
    General secondary education
    This class includes provision of the type of education that lays the foundation for lifelong learning and human development and is capable of furthering education opportunities. Such units provide programmes that are usually on a MORE subject-oriented pattern using MORE specialized teachers, and MORE often employ several teachers conducting classes in their field of specialization. Education can be provided in classrooms or through radio, television broadcast, Internet, correspondence or at home.
    Subject specialization at this level often begins to have some influence even on the educational experience of those pursuing a general programme. Such programmes are designated to qualify students either for technical and vocational education or for entrance to higher education without any special subject prerequisite.

    This class includes:
    ~ general school education in the first stage of the secondary level corresponding MORE or less to the period of compulsory school attendance
    ~ general school education in the second stage of the secondary level giving, in principle, access to higher education

    This class also includes:
    ~ special education for handicapped students at this level

  • Group 011
    Growing of non-perennial crops
    This group includes the growing of non-perennial crops, i.e. plants that do not last for MORE than two growing seasons. Included is the growing of these plants for the purpose of seed production.
  • Group 012
    Growing of perennial crops
    This group includes the growing of perennial crops, i.e. plants that lasts for MORE than two growing seasons, either dying back after each season or growing continuously. Included is the growing of these plants for the purpose of seed production.
  • Group 031
    Fishing
    This group includes capture fishery, i.e. the hunting, collecting and gathering activities directed at removing or collecting live wild aquatic organisms (predominantly fish, molluscs and crustaceans) including plants from the oceanic, coastal or inland waters for human consumption and other purposes by hand or MORE usually by various types of fishing gear such as nets, lines and stationary traps. Such activities can be conducted on the intertidal shoreline (e.g. collection of molluscs such as mussels and oysters) or shore based netting, or from home-made dugouts or MORE commonly using commercially made boats in inshore, coastal waters or offshore waters. Unlike in aquaculture (group 032), the aquatic resource being captured is usually common property resource irrespective of whether the harvest from this resource is undertaken with or without exploitation rights. Such activities also include fishing restocked water bodies.
  • 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 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).

  • Section L
    Real estate activities
    This section includes acting as lessors, agents and/or brokers in one or MORE of the following: selling or buying real estate, renting real estate, providing other real estate services such as appraising real estate or acting as real estate escrow agents. Activities in this section may be carried out on own or leased property and may be done on a fee or contract basis. Also included is the building of structures, combined with maintaining ownership or leasing of such structures.

    This section includes real estate property managers.