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  • Class 1399
    Manufacture of other textiles n.e.c.
    This class includes all activities related to the manufacture of textiles or textile products, not specified elsewhere in division 13 or 14, involving a large number of processes and a great variety of goods PRODUCED.

    This class includes:
    ~ manufacture of narrow woven fabrics, including fabrics consisting of warp without weft assembled by means of an adhesive
    ~ manufacture of labels, badges etc.
    ~ manufacture of ornamental trimmings: braids, tassels, pompons etc.
    ~ manufacture of felt
    ~ manufacture of tulles and other net fabrics, and of lace and embroidery, in the piece, in strips or in motifs
    ~ manufacture of fabrics impregnated, coated, covered or laminated with plastics
    ~ manufacture of metallized yarn or gimped yarn, rubber thread and cord covered with textile material, textile yarn or strip covered, impregnated, coated or sheathed with rubber or plastics
    ~ manufacture of tyre cord fabric of high-tenacity man-made yarn
    ~ manufacture of other treated or coated fabrics: tracing cloth, canvas prepared for use by painters, buckram and similar stiffened textile fabrics, fabrics coated with gum or amylaceous substances
    ~ manufacture of diverse textile articles: textile wicks, incandescent gas mantles and tubular gas mantle fabric, hosepiping, transmission or conveyor belts or belting (whether or not reinforced with metal or other material), bolting cloth, straining cloth
    ~ manufacture of automotive trimmings
    ~ manufacture of pressure sensitive cloth-tape
    ~ manufacture of artists' canvas boards and tracing cloth
    ~ manufacture of shoe-lace, of textiles
    ~ manufacture of powder puffs and mitts

  • Class 3220
    Manufacture of musical instruments
    This class includes:
    ~ manufacture of stringed instruments
    ~ manufacture of keyboard stringed instruments, including automatic pianos
    ~ manufacture of keyboard pipe organs, including harmoniums and similar keyboard instruments with free metal reeds
    ~ manufacture of accordions and similar instruments, including mouth organs
    ~ manufacture of wind instruments
    ~ manufacture of percussion musical instruments
    ~ manufacture of musical instruments, the sound of which is PRODUCED electronically
    ~ manufacture of musical boxes, fairground organs, calliopes etc.
    ~ manufacture of instrument parts and accessories:
    ~ metronomes, tuning forks, pitch pipes, cards, discs and rolls for automatic mechanical instruments etc.

    This class also includes:
    ~ manufacture of whistles, call horns and other mouth-blown sound signalling instruments

  • Class 3313
    Repair of electronic and optical equipment
    This class includes the repair and maintenance of goods PRODUCED in groups 265, 266 and 267, except those that are considered household goods.

    This class includes:
    ~ repair and maintenance of the measuring, testing, navigating and control equipment of group 265, such as:
    ~ aircraft engine instruments
    ~ automotive emissions testing equipment
    ~ meteorological instruments
    ~ physical, electrical and chemical properties testing and inspection equipment
    ~ surveying instruments
    ~ radiation detection and monitoring instruments
    ~ repair and maintenance of irradiation, electromedical and electrotherapeutic equipment of class 2660, such as:
    ~ magnetic resonance imaging equipment
    ~ medical ultrasound equipment
    ~ pacemakers
    ~ hearing aids
    ~ electrocardiographs
    ~ electromedical endoscopic equipment
    ~ irradiation apparatus
    ~ repair and maintenance of optical instruments and equipment of class 2670, if the use is mainly commercial, such as:
    ~ binoculars
    ~ microscopes (except electron and proton microscopes)
    ~ telescopes
    ~ prisms and lenses (except ophthalmic)
    ~ photographic equipment

  • Class 5912
    Motion picture, video and television programme post-production activities
    This class includes:
    ~ post-production activities such as:
    ~ editing, titling, subtitling, credits
    ~ closed captioning
    ~ computer PRODUCED,graphics, animation and special effects
    ~ film/tape transfers
    ~ activities of motion picture film laboratories and activities of special laboratories for animated films:
    ~ developing and processing motion picture film
    ~ reproduction of motion picture film for theatrical distribution

    This class also includes:
    ~ activities of stock footage film libraries etc.


  • 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 7730
    Renting and leasing of other machinery, equipment and tangible goods
    This class includes:
    ~ renting and operational leasing, without operator, of other machinery and equipment that are generally used as capital goods by industries:
    ~ engines and turbines
    ~ machine tools
    ~ mining and oilfield equipment
    ~ professional radio, television and communication equipment
    ~ motion picture production equipment
    ~ measuring and controlling equipment
    ~ other scientific, commercial and industrial machinery
    ~ renting and operational leasing of land-transport equipment (other than motor vehicles) without drivers:
    ~ motorcycles, caravans and campers etc.
    ~ railroad vehicles
    ~ renting and operational leasing of water-transport equipment without operator:
    ~ commercial boats and ships
    ~ renting and operational leasing of air transport equipment without operator:
    ~ airplanes
    ~ hot-air balloons
    ~ renting and operational leasing of agricultural and forestry machinery and equipment without operator:
    ~ renting of products PRODUCED by class 2821, such as agricultural tractors etc.
    ~ renting and operational leasing of construction and civil-engineering machinery and equipment without operator:
    ~ crane lorries
    ~ scaffolds and work platforms, without erection and dismantling
    ~ renting and operational leasing of office machinery and equipment without operator:
    ~ computers and computer peripheral equipment
    ~ duplicating machines, typewriters and word-processing machines
    ~ accounting machinery and equipment: cash registers, electronic calculators etc.
    ~ office furniture

    This class also includes:
    ~ renting of accommodation or office containers
    ~ renting of containers
    ~ renting of pallets
    ~ renting of animals (e.g. herds, race horses)

  • Class 9700
    Activities of households as employers of domestic personnel
    This class includes:
    ~ activities of households as employers of domestic personnel such as maids, cooks, waiters, valets, butlers, laundresses, gardeners, gatekeepers, stable-lads, chauffeurs, caretakers, governesses, babysitters, tutors, secretaries etc.
    It allows the domestic personnel employed to state the activity of their employer in censuses or studies, even though the employer is an individual. The product PRODUCED by this activity is consumed by the employing household.

  • Class 9810
    Undifferentiated goods-producing activities of private households for own use
    This class includes:
    ~ undifferentiated subsistence goods-producing activities of households, i.e., the activities of households that are engaged in a variety of activities that produce goods for their own subsistence. These activities include hunting and gathering, farming, the production of shelter and clothing and other goods PRODUCED by the household for its own subsistence.

    If households are also engaged in the production of marketed goods, they are classified to the appropriate goods-producing industry of ISIC.
    If households are principally engaged in a specific goods-producing subsistence activity, they are classified to the appropriate goods-producing industry of ISIC.

  • Class 9820
    Undifferentiated service-producing activities of private households for own use
    This class includes:
    ~ undifferentiated subsistence services-producing activities of households, i.e. the activities of households that are engaged in a variety of activities that produce services for their own subsistence. These activities include cooking, teaching, caring for household members and other services PRODUCED by the household for its own subsistence.

    If households are also engaged in the production of multiple goods for subsistence purposes, they are classified to the undifferentiated goods-producing subsistence activities of households.

  • Group 139
    Manufacture of other textiles
    This group includes the manufacture of products PRODUCED from textiles, except wearing apparel, such as made-up textile articles, carpets and rugs, rope, narrow woven fabrics, trimmings etc.

  • Group 331
    Repair of fabricated metal products, machinery and equipment
    This group includes the specialized repair of goods PRODUCED in the manufacturing sector with the aim to restore these metal products, machinery, equipment and other products to working order. The provision of general or routine maintenance (i.e. servicing) on such products to ensure they work efficiently and to prevent breakdown and unnecessary repairs is included.
  • 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 29
    Manufacture of motor vehicles, trailers and semi-trailers
    This division includes the manufacture of motor vehicles for transporting passengers or freight. The manufacture of various parts and accessories, as well as the manufacture of trailers and semi-trailers, is included here.
    The maintenance and repair of vehicles PRODUCED in this division are classified in 4520.

  • 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 20
    Manufacture of chemicals and chemical products
    This division includes the transformation of organic and inorganic raw materials by a chemical process and the formation of products. It distinguishes the production of basic chemicals that constitute the first industry group from the production of intermediate and end products PRODUCED by further processing of basic chemicals that make up the remaining industry classes.
  • 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 33
    Repair and installation of machinery and equipment
    This division includes the specialized repair of goods PRODUCED in the manufacturing sector with the aim to restore machinery, equipment and other products to working order. The provision of general or routine maintenance (i.e. servicing) on such products to ensure they work efficiently and to prevent breakdown and unnecessary repairs is included.

    This division does only include specialized repair and maintenance activities. A substantial amount of repair is also done by manufacturers of machinery, equipment and other goods, in which case the classification of units engaged in these repair and manufacturing activities is done according to the value-added principle which would often assign these combined activities to the manufacture of the good. The same principle is applied for combined trade and repair.

    The rebuilding or remanufacturing of machinery and equipment is considered a manufacturing activity and included in other divisions of this section.

    Repair and maintenance of goods that are utilized as capital goods as well as consumer goods is typically classified as repair and maintenance of household goods (e.g. office and household furniture repair, see 9524).

    Also included in this division is the specialized installation of machinery. However, the installation of equipment that forms an integral part of buildings or similar structures, such as installation of electrical wiring, installation of escalators or installation of air-conditioning systems, is classified as construction.

    This division excludes the cleaning of industrial machinery (see class 8129) and the repair and maintenance of computers, communications equipment and household goods (see division 95).

  • Division 43
    Specialized construction activities
    This division includes specialized construction activities (special trades), i.e. the construction of parts of buildings and civil engineering works without responsibility for the entire project. These activities are usually specialized in one aspect common to different structures, requiring specialized skills or equipment, such as pile driving, foundation work, carcass work, concrete work, brick laying, stone setting, scaffolding, roof covering, etc. The erection of steel structures is included, provided that the parts are not PRODUCED by the same unit. Specialized construction activities are mostly carried out under subcontract, but especially in repair construction it is done directly for the owner of the property.

    Also included are building finishing and building completion activities.

    Included is the installation of all kind of utilities that make the construction function as such. These activities are usually performed at the site of the construction, although parts of the job may be carried out in a special shop. Included are activities such as plumbing, installation of heating and air-conditioning systems, antennas, alarm systems and other electrical work, sprinkler systems, elevators and escalators, etc. Also included are insulation work (water, heat, sound), sheet metal work, commercial refrigerating work, the installation of illumination and signalling systems for roads, railways, airports, harbours, etc. Also included is the repair of the same type as the above-mentioned activities.

    Building completion activities encompass activities that contribute to the completion or finishing of a construction such as glazing, plastering, painting, floor and wall tiling or covering with other materials like parquet, carpets, wallpaper, etc., floor sanding, finish carpentry, acoustical work, cleaning of the exterior, etc. Also included is the repair of the same type as the above-mentioned activities.

    The renting of construction equipment with operator is classified with the associated construction activity.


  • Division 61
    Telecommunications
    This division includes the activities of providing telecommunications and related service activities, i.e. transmitting voice, data, text, sound and video. The transmission facilities that carry out these activities may be based on a single technology or a combination of technologies. The commonality of activities classified in this division is the transmission of content, without being involved in its creation. The breakdown in this division is based on the type of infrastructure operated.
    In the case of transmission of television signals this may include the bundling of complete programming channels (produced in division 60) in to programme packages for distribution.

  • 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 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.