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  • Class 0164
    Seed processing for propagation
    This class includes all post-harvest activities aimed at improving the propagation quality of seed through the removal of non-seed materials, undersized, mechanically or insect-damaged and immature seeds as well as removing the seed moisture to a safe level for seed STORAGE. This activity includes the drying, cleaning, grading and treating of seeds until they are marketed. The treatment of genetically modified seeds is included here.
  • Class 0520
    Mining of lignite
    This class includes:
    ~ mining of lignite (brown coal): underground or surface mining, including mining through liquefaction methods
    ~ washing, dehydrating, pulverizing, compressing of lignite to improve quality or facilitate transport or storage

  • Class 0892
    Extraction of peat
    This class includes:
    ~ peat digging
    ~ peat agglomeration
    ~ preparation of peat to improve quality or facilitate transport or storage

  • Class 2512
    Manufacture of tanks, reservoirs and containers of metal
    This class includes:
    ~ manufacture of reservoirs, tanks and similar containers of metal, of types normally installed as fixtures for STORAGE or manufacturing use
    ~ manufacture of metal containers for compressed or liquefied gas
    ~ manufacture of central heating boilers and radiators


  • Class 3314
    Repair of electrical equipment
    This class includes the repair and maintenance of goods of division 27, except those in class 2750 (domestic appliances).

    This class includes:
    ~ repair and maintenance of power, distribution, and specialty transformers
    ~ repair and maintenance of electric motors, generators, and motor generator sets
    ~ repair and maintenance of switchgear and switchboard apparatus
    ~ repair and maintenance of relays and industrial controls
    ~ repair and maintenance of primary and STORAGE batteries
    ~ repair and maintenance of electric lighting equipment
    ~ repair and maintenance of current-carrying wiring devices and non current-carrying wiring devices for wiring electrical circuits

  • Class 5210
    Warehousing and storage
    This class includes:
    ~ operation of STORAGE and warehouse facilities for all kind of goods:
    ~ operation of grain silos, general merchandise warehouses, refrigerated warehouses, STORAGE tanks etc.

    This class also includes:
    ~ STORAGE of goods in foreign trade zones
    ~ blast freezing

  • Class 2620
    Manufacture of computers and peripheral equipment
    This class includes the manufacture and/or assembly of electronic computers, such as mainframes, desktop computers, laptops and computer servers; and computer peripheral equipment, such as STORAGE devices and input/output devices (printers, monitors, keyboards). Computers can be analog, digital, or hybrid. Digital computers, the most common type, are devices that do all of the following: (1) store the processing program or programs and the data immediately necessary for the execution of the program, (2) can be freely programmed in accordance with the requirements of the user, (3) perform arithmetical computations specified by the user and (4) execute, without human intervention, a processing program that requires the computer to modify its execution by logical decision during the processing run. Analog computers are capable of simulating mathematical models and comprise at least analog control and programming elements.

    This class includes:
    ~ manufacture of desktop computers
    ~ manufacture of laptop computers
    ~ manufacture of main frame computers
    ~ manufacture of hand-held computers (e.g. PDA)
    ~ manufacture of magnetic disk drives, flash drives and other STORAGE devices
    ~ manufacture of optical (e.g. CD-RW, CD-ROM, DVD-ROM, DVD-RW) disk drives
    ~ manufacture of printers
    ~ manufacture of monitors
    ~ manufacture of keyboards
    ~ manufacture of all types of mice, joysticks, and trackball accessories
    ~ manufacture of dedicated computer terminals
    ~ manufacture of computer servers
    ~ manufacture of scanners, including bar code scanners
    ~ manufacture of smart card readers
    ~ manufacture of virtual reality helmets
    ~ manufacture of computer projectors (video beamers)

    This class also includes:
    ~ manufacture of computer terminals, like automatic teller machines (ATM's), point-of-sale (POS) terminals, not mechanically operated
    ~ manufacture of multi-function office equipment, such as fax-scanner-copier combinations

  • Class 3319
    Repair of other equipment
    This class includes the repair and maintenance of equipment not covered in other groups of this division.

    This class includes:
    ~ repair of fishing nets, including mending
    ~ repair or ropes, riggings, canvas and tarps
    ~ repair of fertilizer and chemical STORAGE bags
    ~ repair or reconditioning of wooden pallets, shipping drums or barrels, and similar items
    ~ repair of pinball machines and other coin-operated games
    ~ restoring of organs and other historical musical instruments

  • Class 3822
    Treatment and disposal of hazardous waste
    This class includes the disposal and treatment prior to disposal of solid or non-solid hazardous waste, including waste that is explosive, oxidizing, flammable, toxic, irritant, carcinogenic, corrosive or infectious and other substances and preparations harmful for human health and environment.

    This class includes:
    ~ operation of facilities for treatment of hazardous waste
    ~ treatment and disposal of toxic live or dead animals and other contaminated waste
    ~ incineration of hazardous waste
    ~ disposal of used goods such as refrigerators to eliminate harmful waste
    ~ treatment, disposal and STORAGE of radioactive nuclear waste including:
    ~ treatment and disposal of transition radioactive waste, i.e. decaying within the period of transport, from hospitals
    ~ encapsulation, preparation and other treatment of nuclear waste for storage

  • Class 4669
    Wholesale of waste and scrap and other products n.e.c.
    This class includes:
    ~ wholesale of industrial chemicals:
    ~ aniline, printing ink, essential oils, industrial gases, chemical glues, colouring matter, synthetic resin, methanol, paraffin, scents and flavourings, soda, industrial salt, acids and sulphurs, starch derivates etc.
    ~ wholesale of fertilizers and agrochemical products
    ~ wholesale of plastic materials in primary forms
    ~ wholesale of rubber
    ~ wholesale of textile fibres etc.
    ~ wholesale of paper in bulk
    ~ wholesale of precious stones
    ~ wholesale of metal and non-metal waste and scrap and materials for recycling, including collecting, sorting, separating, stripping of used goods such as cars in order to obtain reusable parts, packing and repacking, STORAGE and delivery, but without a real transformation process. Additionally, the purchased and sold waste has a remaining value.

    This class includes:
    ~ dismantling of automobiles, computers, televisions and other equipment to obtain and re-sell usable parts


  • 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 9101
    Library and archives activities
    This class includes:
    ~ documentation and information activities of libraries of all kinds, reading, listening and viewing rooms, public archives providing service to the general public or to a special clientele, such as students, scientists, staff, members as well as operation of government archives:
    ~ organization of a collection, whether specialized or not
    ~ cataloguing collections
    ~ lending and STORAGE of books, maps, periodicals, films, records, tapes, works of art etc.
    ~ retrieval activities in order to comply with information requests etc.
    ~ stock photo libraries and services

  • Class 9511
    Repair of computers and peripheral equipment
    This class includes the repair of electronic equipment, such as computers and computing machinery and peripheral equipment.

    This class includes:
    ~ repair and maintenance of:
    ~ desktop computers
    ~ laptop computers
    ~ magnetic disk drives, flash drives and other STORAGE devices
    ~ optical disk drives (CD-RW, CD-ROM, DVD-ROM, DVD-RW)
    ~ printers
    ~ monitors
    ~ keyboards
    ~ mice, joysticks and trackball accessories
    ~ internal and external computer modems
    ~ dedicated computer terminals
    ~ computer servers
    ~ scanners, including bar code scanners
    ~ smart card readers
    ~ virtual reality helmets
    ~ computer projectors

    This class also includes:
    ~ repair and maintenance of:
    ~ computer terminals like automatic teller machines (ATM's); point-of-sale (POS) terminals, not mechanically operated
    ~ hand-held computers (PDA's)

  • Group 521
    Warehousing and storage
    See class 5210.
  • Division 95
    Repair of computers and personal and household goods
    This division includes the repair and maintenance of computers peripheral equipment such as desktops, laptops, computer terminals, STORAGE devices and printers. It also includes the repair of communications equipment such as fax machines, two-way radios and consumer electronics such as radios and TVs, home and garden equipment such as lawn-mowers and blowers, footwear and leather goods, furniture and home furnishings, clothing and clothing accessories, sporting goods, musical instruments, hobby articles and other personal and household goods.

    Excluded from this division is the repair of medical and diagnostic imaging equipment, measuring and surveying instruments, laboratory instruments, radar and sonar equipment, see 3313.

  • Section H
    Transportation and storage
    This section includes the provision of passenger or freight transport, whether scheduled or not, by rail, pipeline, road, water or air and associated activities such as terminal and parking facilities, cargo handling, STORAGE etc. Included in this section is the renting of transport equipment with driver or operator. Also included are postal and courier activities.

    This section excludes maintenance and repair of motor vehicles and other transportation equipment (see classes 4520 and 3315, respectively), the construction, maintenance and repair of roads, railroads, harbours, airfields (see classes 4210 and 4290), as well as the renting of transport equipment without driver or operator (see classes 7710 and 7730).

  • 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.