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GL Class Code 47367 - Sales or Service Organizations

GL Class Code 47367 - Sales or Service Organizations

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Description for 3711 Motor Vehicles and Passenger Car Bodies

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing or assembling complete passenger automobiles, trucks, commercial cars and buses, and special purpose motor vehicles which are for highway use. This industry also includes establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing chassis and passenger car bodies. Such establishments may also manufacture motor vehicle parts, but establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing motor vehicle parts except chassis and passenger car bodies are classified in Industry 3714. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing truck and bus bodies and in assembling them on purchased chassis are classified in Industry 3713; those manufacturing motor homes on purchased chassis are classified in Industry 3716; those manufacturing motorcycles are classified in Industry 3751; those manufacturing industrial tractors are classified in Industry 3537; those manufacturing other wheel tractors, except contractors off-highway types, are classified in Industry 3523; those manufacturing tracklaying and contractors' off-highway type tractors are classified in Industry 3531; those manufacturing combat tanks and self-propelled weapons are classified in Industry 3795; and those manufacturing stamped body parts for passenger cars are classified in Industry 3465.

  • Ambulances (motor vehicles)
  • Amphibian motor vehicles, except tanks
  • Assembling complete automobiles, trucks, commercial cars, and buses
  • Automobiles
  • Bodies, passenger automobile
  • Brooms, powered (motor vehicles)
  • Car bodies, including fiberglass
  • Cars, armored
  • Cars, electric: for highway use
  • Chassis, motor vehicle
  • Fire department vehicles (motor vehicles)
  • Flushers, street (motor vehicles)
  • Hearses (motor vehicles)
  • Mobile lounges (motor vehicle)
  • Motor buses, except trackless trolley
  • Motor homes, self contained-mitse
  • Motor trucks, except off-highway
  • Motor vehicles, including amphibian
  • Patrol wagons (motor vehicles)
  • Personnel carriers, for highway use
  • Road oilers (motor vehicles)
  • Snowplows (motor vehicles)
  • Station wagons (motor vehicles)
  • Street sprinklers and sweepers (motor vehicles)
  • Taxicabs
  • Tractors, truck: for highway use
  • Universal carriers, military
Description for 3691 Storage Batteries

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing storage batteries.

  • Alkaline cell storage batteries
  • Batteries, rechargeable
  • Lead acid batteries (storage batteries)
  • Nickel cadmium storage batteries
Description for 8741 Management Services

Establishments primarily engaged in furnishing general or specialized management services on a day to day basis and on a contract or fee basis. Establishments in this industry do not provide operating staff. Management and operation of a business, where operating staff as well as management is provided, is classified according to the activity of the establishment managed.

  • Administrative management services
  • Business management services
  • Circuit management services for motion picture theaters
  • Construction management
  • Motel management services
  • Office management services
Description for 7322 Adjustment and Collection Services

Establishments primarily engaged in the collection or adjustment of claims, other than insurance. Establishments primarily engaged in providing credit card service with collection by a central agency are classified in Finance, Industry 6153; those providing insurance adjustment services are classified in Insurance, Industry 6411; and those providing debt counseling or adjustment services to individuals are classified in Industry 7299.

  • Adjustment bureaus, except insurance adjustment agencies
  • Collection agencies accounts
Description for 6221 Commodity Contracts Brokers and Dealers

Establishments primarily engaged in buying and selling commodity contracts on either a spot or future basis for their own account or for the account of others. These establishments are members, or are associated with members, of recognized commodity exchanges. Establishments primarily engaged in buying and selling commodities are classified in Wholesale Trade.

  • Commodity brokers (contracts)
  • Commodity dealers (contracts)
  • Futures brokers, commodity
  • Futures dealers, commodity
  • Traders, commodity contract
Description for 7389 Business Services, Not Elsewhere Classified

Establishments primarily engaged in furnishing business services, not elsewhere classified, such as bondspersons, drafting services, lecture bureaus, notaries public, sign painting, speakers' bureaus, water softening services, and auctioneering services, on a commission or fee basis. Auctions of used cars and agricultural commodities, such as livestock and produce, are classified in Wholesale Trade.

  • Agents and brokers for authors and nonperforming artist
  • Apparel pressing service for the trade
  • Appraisers, except real estate appraisers
  • Arbitration and conciliation services
  • Artists' agents and brokers, except performing artists
  • Auctioneering service on a commission or fee basis
  • Authors' agents and brokers
  • Automobile recovery service
  • Automobile repossession service
  • Automobile shows, flower shows, and home shows: promoters of
  • Bartering services for businesses
  • Batik work (handprinting on textiles)
  • Bondspersons
  • Bottle exchanges
  • Bronzing baby shoes
  • Business brokers (buying and selling business enterprises)
  • Charge account service (shopping plates) collection by individual
  • Check validation service
  • Cloth: cutting to length, bolting, or winding for textile distributors
  • Contractors' disbursement control
  • Convention bureaus
  • Convention decorators
  • Copyright protection service
  • Correct time service
  • Cosmetic kits, assembling and packaging
  • Cotton inspection service, not connected with transportation
  • Cotton sampler service
  • Coupon redemption service, except trading stamps
  • Credit card service (collection by individual firms)
  • Decoration service for special events
  • Demonstration service, separate from sale
  • Directories, telephone: distribution on a contract or fee basis
  • Divers, commercial
  • Drafting service, except temporary help
  • Drawback service, customs
  • Drive-a-way automobile service
  • Embroidering of advertising on shirts, etc.
  • Engrossing, e.g., diplomas and resolutions
  • Exhibits, building of: by industrial contractors
  • Field warehousing, not public warehousing
  • Filling pressure containers (aerosol) with hair spray, insecticides, etc.
  • Fire extinguishers, service of
  • Firefighting service, other than forestry or public
  • Flagging service (traffic control)
  • Floats, decoration of
  • Florists' telegraph service
  • Folding and refolding service: textile and apparel
  • Fundraising on a contract or fee basis
  • Gas systems, contract conversion from manufactured to natural gas
  • Handtool designers
  • Handwriting analysis
  • Hosiery pairing on a contract or fee basis
  • Hotel reservation service
  • Identification engraving service
  • Inspection of commodities, not connected with transportation
  • Interior decorating consulting service, except painters and paper
  • Interior designing service, except painters and paper hangers
  • Inventory computing service
  • Labeling bottles, cans, cartons, etc. for the trade: not printing
  • Laminating of photographs (coating photographs with plastics)
  • Lecture bureaus
  • Lettering service
  • Liquidators of merchandise on a contract or fee basis
  • Mannequin decorating service
  • Map drafting service
  • Mapmaking, including aerial
  • Message service, telephone answering except beeper service
  • Metal slitting and shearing on a contract or fee basis
  • Meter readers, remote
  • Microfilm recording and developing service
  • Mounting merchandise on cards on a contract or fee basis
  • Music distribution systems, except coin-operated
  • Notaries public
  • Packaging and labeling service (not packing and crating)
  • Paralegal service
  • Parcel packing service (packaging)
  • Patent brokers
  • Patrol of electric transmission or gas lines
  • Photogrammetric mapping service (not professional engineers)
  • Photographic library service, still
  • Photography brokers
  • Pipeline and power line inspection services
  • Playwrights' brokers
  • Post office contract stations
  • Presorting mail service
  • Press clipping service
  • Printed circuitry graphic layout
  • Process serving service
  • Produce weighing service, not connected with transportation
  • Product sterilization service
  • Promoters of home shows and flower shows
  • Racetrack cleaning, except buildings
  • Radio broadcasting music checkers
  • Radio transcription service
  • Recording studios on a contract or fee basis
  • Redemption of trading stamps
  • Repossession service
  • Restaurant reservation service
  • Rug binding for the trade
  • Safety inspection service, except automotive
  • Salvaging of damaged merchandise, not engaged in sales
  • Sampling of commodities, not connected with transportation
  • Scrap steel cutting on a contract or fee basis
  • Shoe designers
  • Showcard painting
  • Shrinking textiles for tailors and dressmakers
  • Sign painting and lettering shops
  • Solvents recovery service on a contract or fee basis
  • Speakers' bureaus
  • Sponging textiles for tailors and dressmakers
  • Styling of fashions, apparel, furniture, and textiles
  • Styling wigs for the trade
  • Swimming pool cleaning and maintenance
  • Switchboard operation of private branch exchanges
  • Tape slitting for the trade (cutting plastics, leather, etc. into widths)
  • Tax collection agencies: collecting for a city, county, or State
  • Tax title dealers: agencies for city, county, or State
  • Telemarketing (telephone marketing) service on a contract or fee basis
  • Telephone answering, except beeper service
  • Telephone solicitation service on a contract or fee basis
  • Textile designers
  • Textile folding and packing services
  • Time-share condominium exchanges
  • Tobacco sheeting service on a contract or fee basis
  • Tourist information bureaus
  • Trade show arrangement
  • Trading stamp promotion and sale to stores
  • Trading stamp redemption
  • Translation service
  • Water softener service
  • Weighing foods and other commodities not connected with
  • Welcoming service
  • Window trimming service
  • Yacht brokers
Description for 7338 Secretarial and Court Reporting Services

Establishments primarily engaged in furnishing secretarial, typing, word processing, resume writing, and court reporting services.

  • Court reporting service
  • Editing service
  • Letter writing service
  • Proofreading service
  • Resume writing service
  • Secretarial service
  • Stenographic service
  • Typing service
  • Word processing service (typing)
Description for 7323 Credit Reporting Services

Establishments primarily engaged in providing mercantile and consumer credit reporting services.

  • Consumer credit reporting bureaus
  • Credit bureaus and agencies
  • Credit clearinghouses
  • Credit investigation services
  • Mercantile credit reporting bureaus
Description for 7331 Direct Mail Advertising Services

Establishments primarily engaged in furnishing services for direct mail advertising, such as creating, producing, and mailing of direct mail advertising. This industry also includes establishments primarily engaged in compiling and selling mailing lists. Establishments primarily engaged in reproducing direct mail copy on order, but performing none of the other direct mail advertising services, are classified in Manufacturing, Industry Group 275 if they print the copy, and in Industry 7334 if they duplicate the copy by photocopying or similar reproduction methods.

  • Address list compilers
  • Addressing service
  • Direct mail advertising service
  • Mail advertising service
  • Mailing list compilers
  • Mailing service
Description for 2067 Chewing Gum

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing chewing gum or chewing gum base.

  • Chewing gum
  • Chewing gum base

Description for 2032 Canned Specialties

Establishments primarily engaged in canning specialty products, such as baby foods, nationality specialty foods, and soups, except seafood. Establishments primarily engaged in canning seafoods are classified in Industry 2091.

  • Baby foods (including meats), canned
  • Bean sprouts, canned
  • Beans, baked: with or without meat-canned
  • Broth, except seafood: canned
  • Chicken broth and soup, canned
  • Chili con carne, canned
  • Chinese foods, canned
  • Chop suey, canned
  • Chow mein, canned
  • Enchiladas, canned
  • Food specialties, canned
  • Italian foods, canned
  • Macaroni, canned
  • Mexican foods, canned
  • Mincemeat, canned
  • Nationality specialty foods, canned
  • Native foods, canned
  • Pasta, canned
  • Puddings, except meat: canned
  • Ravioli, canned
  • Soups, except seafood: canned
  • Spaghetti, canned
  • Spanish foods, canned
  • Tamales, canned
  • Tortillas, canned

Description for 1751 Carpentry Work

Special trade contractors primarily engaged in carpentry work. Establishments primarily engaged in building and installing cabinets at the job site are classified in this industry. Establishments primarily engaged in building custom cabinets for individuals in a shop are classified in Retail Trade, Industry 5712. Carpentry work performed by general contractors engaged in building construction is classified in Major Group 15.

  • Cabinet work performed at the construction site
  • Carpentry work-contractors
  • Folding door installation-contractors
  • Framing-contractors
  • Garage door installation-contractors
  • Joinery, ship-contractors
  • Ship joinery-contractors
  • Store fixture installation-contractors
  • Trim and finish-contractors
  • Window and door (prefabricated) installation-contractors

Description for 2389 Apparel and Accessories, Not Elsewhere Classified

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing suspenders, garters, handkerchiefs, and other apparel, not elsewhere classified, such as academic caps and gowns, vestments, and theatrical costumes. Also included are establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing clothing by cutting and joining (for example, by adhesives) materials such as paper and non-woven textiles.

  • Arm bands, elastic
  • Band uniforms
  • Burial garments
  • Caps and gowns, academic
  • Costumes: e.g., lodge, masquerade, theatrical
  • Cummerbunds
  • Footlets
  • Garter belts
  • Garters
  • Gowns, hospital: surgical and patient
  • Gowns: academic, choir, clerical
  • Handkerchiefs, except paper
  • Prayer shawls
  • Regalia
  • Suspenders
  • Uniforms, band
  • Vestments, academic and clerical

Description for 8221 Colleges, Universities, and Professional Schools

Colleges, universities, and professional schools furnishing academic courses and granting academic degrees. The requirement for admission is at least a high school diploma or equivalent general academic training.

  • Colleges except junior
  • Professional schools: eg dental engineering law medical
  • Seminaries theological
  • Service academies (college)
  • Theological seminaries
  • Universities
Description for 5311 Department Stores

Retail stores generally carrying a general line of apparel, such as suits, coats, dresses, and furnishings; home furnishings, such as furniture, floor coverings, curtains, draperies, linens, and major household appliances; and housewares, such as table and kitchen appliances, dishes, and utensils. These stores must carry men' s and women' s apparel and either major household appliances or other home furnishings. These and other merchandise lines are normally arranged in separate sections or departments with the accounting on a departmentalized basis. The departments and functions are integrated under a single management. The stores usually provide their own charge accounts, deliver merchandise, and maintain open stocks. These stores normally have 50 employees or more. Establishments which sell a similar range of merchandise with less than 50 employees are classified in Industry 5399. Establishments which do not carry these general lines of merchandise are classified according to their primary activity.

  • Department stores-retail
Description for 1731 Electrical Work

Special trade contractors primarily engaged in electrical work at the site. The construction of transmission lines is classified in Industry 1623, and electrical work carried on in repair shops is classified in Services, Industry Group 762. Establishments primarily engaged in monitoring of burglar and fire alarms with incidental installation are classified in Services, Industry 7382.

  • Burglar alarm installation-contractors
  • Cable splicing, electrical-contractors
  • Cable television hookup-contractors
  • Communications equipment installation-contractors
  • Electrical repair at site of construction-contractors
  • Electrical work-contractors
  • Electronic control system installation-contractors
  • Fire alarm installation-contractors
  • Highway lighting and electrical signal construction-contractors
  • Intercommunications equipment installation-contractors
  • Sound equipment installation-contractors
  • Telecommunications equipment installation-contractors
  • Telephone and telephone equipment installation-contractors

Description for 3679 Electronic Components, Not Elsewhere Classified

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing electronic components, not elsewhere classified, such as receiving antennas, switches, and waveguides. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing radio and television transmitting antennas are classified in Industry 3663.

  • Antennas, receiving: automobile, home, and portable
  • Antennas, satellite: home type
  • Attenuators
  • Commutators, electronic
  • Cores, magnetic
  • Cryogenic cooling devices (e.g., cryostats) for infrared detectors and
  • Crystals and crystal assemblies, radio
  • Delay lines
  • Harness assemblies for electronic use: wire and cable
  • Headphones, radio
  • Heads, recording for speech and musical equipment
  • Hermetic seals for electronic equipment
  • Impedance conversion units, high frequency
  • Liquid crystal displays
  • Loads, electronic
  • Microwave components
  • Oscillators, except laboratory type
  • Parametric amplifiers
  • Passive repeaters
  • Phonograph needle cartridges
  • Phonograph needles
  • Piezoelectric crystals
  • Power supplies, static, and variable frequency
  • Pulse forming networks
  • Quartz crystals for electronic application
  • Recording and playback heads, magnetic
  • Recording heads for speech and musical equipment
  • Rectifiers, electronic: except solid-state
  • Resonant reed devices, electronic
  • Rheostats, electronic
  • Sockets, electronic tube
  • Solenoids for electronic applications
  • Static power supply converters for electronic applications
  • Step positioners for transmitting equipment
  • Styli, phonograph record cutting
  • Switches, electronic
  • Switches, stepping
  • Transducers for use in measuring and testing instruments and
  • Tube retainers, electronic
  • Tube spacers, mica
  • Tube transformer assemblies used in firing electronic tubes
  • Video triggers, except remote control television devices
  • Voice controls
  • Waveguides and fittings
Description for 1794 Excavation Work

Special trade contractors primarily engaged in excavation work and digging foundations, including digging and loading. Contractors in this industry may also perform incidental concrete work. Contractors primarily engaged in concrete work are classified in Industry 1771; and those primarily engaged in trenching or in earth moving and land clearing not related to building construction are classified in Major Group 16.

  • Excavation work-contractors
  • Foundation digging (excavation)-contractors
  • Grading: except for highways, streets, and airport runways-contractors

Description for 2099 Food Preparations, Not Elsewhere Classified

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing prepared foods and miscellaneous food specialties, not elsewhere classified, such as baking powder, yeast, and other leavening compounds; peanut butter; packaged tea, including instant; ground spices; and vinegar and cider. Also included in this industry are establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing dry preparations, except flour mixes, consisting of pasta, rice, potatoes, textured vegetable protein, and similar products which are packaged with other ingredients to be prepared and cooked by the consumer. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing flour mixes are classified in Industry Group 204.

  • Almond pastes
  • Baking powder
  • Bouillon cubes
  • Box lunches for sale off premises
  • Bread crumbs, not made in bakeries
  • Butter, renovated and processed
  • Cake frosting mixes, dry
  • Chicory root, dried
  • Chili pepper or powder
  • Chinese noodles
  • Cider, nonalcoholic
  • Coconut, desiccated and shredded
  • Cole slaw in bulk
  • Cracker sandwiches made from purchased crackers
  • Desserts, ready-to-mix
  • Dips, except cheese and sour cream based
  • Emulsifiers, food
  • Fillings, cake or pie: except fruits, vegetables, and meat
  • Frosting, prepared
  • Gelatin dessert preparations
  • Gravy mixes, dry
  • Honey, strained and bottled
  • Jelly, corncob (gelatin)
  • Leavening compounds, prepared
  • Marshmallow creme
  • Meat seasonings, except sauces
  • Molasses, mixed or blended
  • Noodles, fried (e.g., Chinese)
  • Noodles, uncooked: packaged with other ingredients
  • Pancake syrup, blended and mixed
  • Pasta, uncooked: packaged with other ingredients
  • Peanut butter
  • Pectin
  • Pepper
  • Pizza, refrigerated: not frozen
  • Popcorn, packaged: except popped
  • Potatoes, dried: packaged with other ingredients
  • Potatoes, peeled for the trade
  • Rice, uncooked: packaged with other ingredients
  • Salad dressing mixes, dry
  • Salads, fresh or refrigerated
  • Sandwiches, assembled and packaged: for wholesale market
  • Sauce mixes, dry
  • Sorghum, including custom refining
  • Spices, including grinding
  • Sugar grinding
  • Sugar, industrial maple: made in plants producing maple syrup
  • Sugar, powdered
  • Syrups, sweetening: honey, maple syrup, sorghum
  • Tea blending
  • Tofu, except frozen desserts
  • Tortillas, fresh or refrigerated
  • Vegetables peeled for the trade
  • Vinegar
  • Yeast

Description for 3429 Hardware, Not Elsewhere Classified

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing miscellaneous metal products usually termed hardware, not elsewhere classified. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing bolts and nuts are classified in Industry 3452; those manufacturing nails and spikes are classified in Major Group 33, those manufacturing cutlery are classified in Industry 3421; those manufacturing handtools are classified in Industry 3423; and those manufacturing pole line and transmission hardware are classified in Industry Group 364.

  • Andirons
  • Angle irons, hardware
  • Animal traps, iron and steel except wire
  • Bellows, hand
  • Brackets iron and steel
  • Builders hardware, including locks and lock sets
  • Cabinet hardware, including locks and lock sets
  • Car seals, metal
  • Casket hardware
  • Casters, industrial
  • Chain fittings
  • Chair glides
  • Clamps, hose
  • Clamps, metal
  • Couplings, hose
  • Crab traps, steel: except wire
  • Cuffs, leg iron
  • Door bolts and checks
  • Door locks and lock sets
  • Door opening and closing devices except electrical
  • Dzus fasteners
  • Fireplace equipment (hardware)
  • Furniture hardware, including casters
  • Gun trigger locks
  • Handcuffs
  • Harness hardware
  • Hinge tubes
  • Hinges
  • Horse bits
  • Ice chests or coolers, portable, except insulated foam plastics
  • Key blanks
  • Keys
  • Ladder jacks, metal
  • Locks and lock sets except safe, vault and coin-operated
  • Locks, trigger, for guns
  • Luggage hardware
  • Luggage racks, car top
  • Marine hardware
  • Metal fasteners, spring and cold-rolled steel, not made in rolling mills
  • Motor vehicle hardware
  • Nozzles, fire fighting
  • Nut crackers and pickers, metal
  • Organ hardware
  • Padlocks
  • Parachute hardware
  • Piano hardware
  • Pulleys, metal except power transmission equipment
  • Rope fittings
  • Saddlery hardware
  • Sleeper mechanisms, for convertible beds
  • Suitcase hardware, including locks
  • Tackle blocks, metal
  • Thimbles, wire rope
  • Time locks
  • Trimmings, trunk metal
  • Trunk hardware, including locks
  • Turnbuckles
  • Utility carriers, car top
  • Vacuum bottles and jugs
  • Vehicle hardware aircraft, automobile, railroad, etc

Description for 5072 Hardware

Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of cutlery and general hardware, including handsaws; saw blades; brads, staples, and tacks; and bolts, nuts, rivets, and screws. Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of nails, non-insulated wire, and screening are classified in Industry 5051.

  • Bolts, nuts, rivets, and screws-wholesale
  • Brads-wholesale
  • Builders' hardware-wholesale
  • Cutlery-wholesale
  • Fasteners, hardware-wholesale
  • Handsaws-wholesale
  • Handtools, except automotive and machinists' precision-wholesale
  • Hardware, heavy-wholesale
  • Hardware, shelf or light-wholesale
  • Locks and related materials-wholesale
  • Power handtools-wholesale
  • Saw blades-wholesale
  • Staples-wholesale
  • Tacks-wholesale
  • Washers, hardware-wholesale
Description for 7363 Help Supply Services

Establishments primarily engaged in supplying temporary or continuing help on a contract or fee basis. The help supplied is always on the payroll of the supplying establishments, but is under the direct or general supervision of the business to whom the help is furnished. Establishments which provide both management and staff to operate a business are classified according to the type of activity of the business. Establishments primarily engaged in furnishing personnel to perform a range of services in support of the operation of other establishments are classified in Industry 8744, and those supplying farm labor are classified in Agriculture, Industry 0761.

  • Employee leasing service
  • Fashion show model supply service
  • Help supply service
  • Labor pools
  • Manpower pools
  • Modeling service
  • Office help supply service
  • Temporary help service
  • Usher service
Description for 2851 Paints, Varnishes, Lacquers, Enamels, and Allied Products

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing paints (in paste and ready-mixed form); varnishes; lacquers; enamels and shellac; putties, wood fillers, and sealers; paint and varnish removers; paint brush cleaners; and allied paint products. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing carbon black are classified in Industry 2895; those manufacturing bone black, lamp black, and inorganic color pigments are classified in Industry 2816; those manufacturing organic color pigments are classified in Industry 2865; those manufacturing plastics materials are classified in Industry 2821; those manufacturing printing ink are classified in Industry 2893; those manufacturing caulking compounds and sealants are classified in Industry 2891; those manufacturing artists' paints are classified in Industry 3952; and those manufacturing turpentine are classified in Industry 2861.

  • Calcimines, dry and paste
  • Coating, air curing
  • Colors in oil, except artists'
  • Dispersions, thermoplastics and colloidal: paint
  • Dopes, paint
  • Driers, paint
  • Enamels, except dental and china painting
  • Epoxy coatings, made from purchased resin
  • Intaglio ink vehicle
  • Japans, baking and drying
  • Kalsomines, dry or paste
  • Lacquer bases and dopes
  • Lacquer thinner
  • Lacquer, clear and pigmented
  • Lacquers, plastics
  • Lead-in-oil paints
  • Linoleates, paint driers
  • Lithographic varnishes
  • Marine paints
  • Naphthanate driers
  • Oleate driers
  • Paint driers
  • Paint removers
  • Paintbrush cleaners
  • Paints, asphalt and bituminous
  • Paints, plastics texture: paste and dry
  • Paints, waterproof
  • Paints: oil and alkyd vehicle, and water thinned
  • Phenol formaldehyde coatings, baking and air curing
  • Plastics base paints and varnishes
  • Plastisol coating compound
  • Polyurethane coatings
  • Primers, paint
  • Putty
  • Resinate driers
  • Shellac, protective coating
  • Soyate driers
  • Stains: varnish, oil, and wax
  • Tallate driers
  • Thinners, paint: prepared
  • Undercoatings, paint
  • Varnish removers
  • Varnishes
  • Vinyl coatings, strippable
  • Vinyl plastisol
  • Water paints
  • Wood fillers and sealers
  • Wood stains
  • Zinc oxide in oil, paint

Description for 2621 Paper Mills

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing paper from woodpulp and other fiber pulp, and which may also manufacture converted paper products. Establishments primarily engaged in integrated operations of producing pulp and manufacturing paper are included in this industry if primarily shipping paper or paper products. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing converted paper products from purchased paper stock are classified in Industry Group 265 or Industry Group 267.

  • Absorbent paper-mitse
  • Asbestos paper and asbestos filled paper-mitse
  • Asphalt paper: laminated-mitse
  • Asphalt sheathing-mitse
  • Bag paper-mitse
  • Blotting paper-mitse
  • Bond paper-mitse
  • Book paper-mitse
  • Bristols, except bogus-mitse
  • Building paper: sheathing, insulation, saturating, and dry felts-mitse
  • Capacitor paper-mitse
  • Catalog paper-mitse
  • Cigarette paper-mitse
  • Cleansing tissue stock-mitse
  • Condenser paper-mitse
  • Construction paper-mitse
  • Cotton fiber paper-mitse
  • Cover paper-mitse
  • Dry felts, except textile-mitse
  • Facial tissue stock-mitse
  • Felts, building-mitse
  • Filter paper-mitse
  • Greaseproof wrapping paper-mitse
  • Groundwood paper-mitse
  • Hanging paper (wallpaper stock)-mitse
  • Kraft sheathing paper-mitse
  • Kraft wrapping paper-mitse
  • Lining paper-mitse
  • Lithograph paper-mitse
  • Manila wrapping paper-mitse
  • Matrix paper-mitse
  • Milk filter disks-mitse
  • Napkin stock, paper-mitse
  • News tablet paper-mitse
  • Newsprint-mitse
  • Offset paper-mitse
  • Paper mills-mitse
  • Paper, building-mitse
  • Paper-mitse
  • Parchment paper-mitse
  • Poster paper-mitse
  • Printing paper-mitse
  • Publication paper-mitse
  • Roofing felt stock-mitse
  • Rope and jute wrapping paper-mitse
  • Rotogravure paper-mitse
  • Saturated felt-mitse
  • Shipping sack paper-mitse
  • Tagboard, made in paper mills-mitse
  • Tar paper, building and roofing-mitse
  • Text paper-mitse
  • Thin paper-mitse
  • Tissue paper-mitse
  • Toilet tissue stock-mitse
  • Toweling paper-mitse
  • Wallpaper stock (hanging paper)-mitse
  • Wrapping paper-mitse
  • Writing paper-mitse

Description for 3086 Plastics Foam Products

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing plastics foam products.

  • Cups, foamed plastics
  • Cushions, carpet and rug: plastics foam
  • Foamed plastics products
  • Ice chests or coolers, portable: foamed plastics
  • Insulation and cushioning: foamed plastics
  • Packaging foamed plastics
  • Plates foamed plastics
  • Shipping pads, plastics foam

Description for 3089 Plastics Products, Not Elsewhere Classified

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing plastics products, not elsewhere classified. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing artificial leather are classified in Industry 2295.

  • Air mattresses, plastics
  • Aquarium accessories, plastics
  • Awnings, fiberglass and plastics combination
  • Bands, plastics
  • Bathware, plastics: except plumbing fixtures
  • Battery cases, plastics
  • Bearings, plastics
  • Billfold inserts, plastics
  • Blister packaging, plastics
  • Boats, nonrigid: plastics
  • Bolts, plastics
  • Bowl covers, plastics
  • Boxes, plastics
  • Brush handles, plastics
  • Bubble formed packaging, plastics
  • Buckets, plastics
  • Buoys and floats, plastics
  • Caps, plastics
  • Carafes, plastics
  • Casein products, molded for the trade
  • Cases, plastics
  • Casting of plastics for the trade, except foam plastics
  • Ceiling tile, unsupported plastics
  • Celluloid products, molded for the trade
  • Closures, plastics
  • Clothes hangers, plastics
  • Clothes pins, plastics
  • Combs, plastics
  • Composition stone, plastics
  • Containers, plastics: except foam, bottles, and bags
  • Corrugated panels, plastics
  • Cotter pins, plastics
  • Counter coverings, plastics
  • Cups, plastics: except foam
  • Dinnerware, plastics: except foam
  • Dishes, plastics: except foam
  • Doors, folding: plastics or plastics coated fabric
  • Downspouts, plastics
  • Drums, plastics (containers)
  • Engraving of plastics
  • Fascia, plastics (siding)
  • Fittings for pipe, plastics
  • Fittings, plastics
  • Flat panels, plastics
  • Floor coverings, plastics
  • Flower pots, plastics
  • Food casings, plastics
  • Garbage containers, plastics
  • Gate hooks, plastics
  • Glazing panels, plastics
  • Gloves and mittens, plastics
  • Grower pots, plastics
  • Gutters, plastics: glass fiber reinforced
  • Hardware, plastics
  • Heels, boot and shoe: plastics
  • Holders, plastics: paper towel, grocery bag, dust mop and broom
  • Hospital-ware, plastics: except foam
  • Ice buckets, plastics: except foam
  • Ice chests or coolers, portable, plastics: except insulated or foam
  • Jars, plastics
  • Kitchenware, plastics: except foam
  • Laboratory ware, plastics
  • Ladders, plastics
  • Lamp bases, plastics
  • Lamp shades, plastics
  • Lenses, plastics: except ophthalmic or optical
  • Life jackets, plastics
  • Life rafts, nonrigid: plastics
  • Lock washers, plastics
  • Machine nuts, plastics
  • Microwave ware, plastics
  • Molding of plastics for the trade, except foam
  • Monofilaments, plastics: not suited for textile use
  • Netting, plastics
  • Nuts, plastics
  • Organizers for closets, drawers, and shelves: plastics
  • Ovenware, plastics
  • Pails, plastics
  • Picnic jugs, plastics
  • Planters, plastics
  • Pontoons, nonrigid: plastics
  • Printer acoustic covers, plastics
  • Rivets, plastics
  • Saucers, plastics: except foam
  • Screw eyes, plastics
  • Scrubbing pads, plastics
  • Septic tanks, plastics
  • Shutters, plastics
  • Siding, plastics
  • Sinkware, plastics
  • Skirts, plastics (siding)
  • Soffit, plastics (siding)
  • Soles, boot and shoe: plastics
  • Soling strips, boot and shoe: plastics
  • Sponges, plastics
  • Spouting, plastics: glass fiber reinforced
  • Spring pins, plastics
  • Spring washers, plastics
  • Suitcase shells, plastics
  • Swimming pool covers and blankets: plastics
  • Tableware, plastics: except foam
  • Tires, plastics
  • Tissue dispensers, plastics
  • Toggle bolts, plastics
  • Tool handles, plastics
  • Tops, plastics (e.g., dispenser, shaker)
  • Trash containers, plastics
  • Trays, plastics: except foam
  • Tubs, plastics (containers)
  • Tumblers, plastics: except foam
  • Unions, plastics
  • Utility containers, plastics
  • Vials, plastics
  • Vulcanized fiber plate, sheet, rods and tubes
  • Wall coverings, plastics
  • Warmers, bottle: plastics, except foam
  • Washers, plastics
  • Watering pots, plastics
  • Window frames and sash, plastics
  • Window screening, plastics
  • Windows, louver: plastics
  • Windows, storm: plastics
  • Windshields plastics
  • Work gloves plastics

Description for 2759 Commercial Printing, Not Elsewhere Classified

Establishments primarily engaged in commercial or job printing, not elsewhere classified. This industry includes general printing shops, not elsewhere classified, as well as shops specializing in printing newspapers and periodicals for others.

  • Announcements, engraved
  • Bags, plastics: printed only, except lithographed or gravure (bags not
  • Banknotes, engraved
  • Bread wrappers, printed: except lithographed or gravure
  • Business forms, except manifold, lithographed or gravure printed
  • Calendars, printed: except lithographed or gravure
  • Cards, except greeting cards: engraving of
  • Cards, printed: except greeting, lithographed or gravure
  • Catalogs, printed: except lithographed or gravure (not publishing)
  • Circulars, printed: except lithographed or gravure
  • Color printing: except lithographed or gravure
  • Coupons, printed: except lithographed or gravure
  • Currency, engraving of
  • Decalcomanias, printed: except lithographed or gravure
  • Directories, printed: except lithographed or gravure (not publishing)
  • Embossing on paper
  • Envelopes, printed: except lithographed or gravure
  • Fashion plates, printed: except lithographed or gravure
  • Flexographic printing
  • Gummed labels and seals, printed: except lithographed or gravure
  • Half-tones, engraved
  • Imprinting, except lithographed or gravure
  • Invitations, engraved
  • Labels, printed: except lithographed or gravure
  • Letterpress printing
  • Letters, circular and form: except lithographed or gravure printed
  • Magazines, printed: except lithographed or gravure (not publishing)
  • Maps, engraved
  • Maps, printed: except lithographed or gravure (not publishing)
  • Menus, except lithographed or gravure printed
  • Music, sheet: except lithographed or gravure (not publishing)
  • Newspapers, printed: except lithographed or gravure (not publishing)
  • Periodicals, printed: except lithographed or gravure (not publishing)
  • Plateless engraving
  • Playing cards, printed: except lithographed or gravure
  • Postcards, picture: except lithographed or gravure printed
  • Posters, including billboard: except lithographed or gravure
  • Printing from engraved and etched plates
  • Printing, commercial or job: engraved plate
  • Printing, commercial or job: except lithographic or gravure
  • Printing, flexographic
  • Printing, letterpress
  • Printing, screen: except on textiles or finished fabric articles
  • Schedules, transportation: except lithographed or gravure
  • Screen printing on glass, plastics, paper, and metal, including
  • Seals: printing except lithographic or gravure
  • Security certificates, engraved
  • Souvenir cards: except lithographed or gravure
  • Stationery: except lithographed or gravure
  • Stock certificates, engraved
  • Tags, printed: except lithographed or gravure
  • Telephone directories, except lithographed or gravure (not publishing)
  • Thermography, except lithographed or gravure
  • Tickets, printed: except lithographed or gravure
  • Trading stamps, printed: except lithographed or gravure
  • Visiting cards, printed: except lithographed or gravure
  • Wrappers, printed: except lithographed or gravure

Description for 5999 Miscellaneous Retail Stores, Not Elsewhere Classified

Establishments primarily engaged in the retail sale of specialized lines of merchandise, not elsewhere classified, such as artists' supplies; orthopedic and artificial limbs; rubber stamps; pets; religious goods; and monuments and tombstones. This industry also includes establishments primarily engaged in selling a general line of their own or consigned merchandise at retail on an auction basis. Establishments primarily engaged in auctioning tangible personal property of others on a contract or fee basis are classified in Services, Industry 7389.

  • Architectural supplies-retail
  • Art dealers-retail
  • Artificial flowers-retail
  • Artists' supply and material stores-retail
  • Auction rooms (general merchandise)-retail
  • Autograph and philatelist supply stores-retail
  • Awning shops-retail
  • Baby carriages-retail
  • Banner shops-retail
  • Binoculars-retail
  • Cake decorating supplies-retail
  • Candle shops-retail
  • Coin shops-retail, except mail-order
  • Cosmetics stores-retail
  • Electric razor shops-retail
  • Fireworks-retail
  • Flag shops-retail
  • Gem stones, rough-retail
  • Gravestones, finished-retail
  • Hearing aids-retail
  • Hot tub-retail
  • Ice dealers-retail
  • Monuments, finished to custom order-retail
  • Orthopedic and artificial limb stores-retail
  • Pet food stores-retail
  • Pet shops-retail
  • Picture frames, ready-made-retail
  • Police supply stores-retail
  • Religious goods stores (other than books)-retail
  • Rock and stone specimens-retail
  • Rubber stamp stores-retail
  • Sales barns-retail
  • Stamps, philatelist-retail: except mail-order
  • Stones, crystalline: rough-retail
  • Swimming pools, home: not installed-retail
  • Telephone stores-retail
  • Telescopes-retail
  • Tent shops-retail
  • Tombstones-retail
  • Trophy shops-retail
  • Typewriter stores-retail
  • Whirlpool baths-retail
Description for 3353 Aluminum Sheet, Plate, and Foil

Establishments primarily engaged in flat rolling aluminum and aluminum base alloy basic shapes, such as sheet, plate, and foil, including establishments producing welded tube. Also included are establishments primarily producing similar products by continuous casting.

  • Coils, sheet aluminum
  • Foil, plain aluminum
  • Plates, aluminum
  • Sheets, aluminum
  • Tubes, welded: aluminum

Description for 4225 General Warehousing and Storage

Establishments primarily engaged in the warehousing and storage of a general line of goods. The warehousing of goods at foreign trade zones is classified in Industry 4226. Field warehousing is classified in Services, Industry 7389.

  • General warehousing and storage
  • Miniwarehouse warehousing
  • Warehousing, self-storage
Description for 4731 Arrangement of Transportation of Freight and Cargo

Establishments primarily engaged in furnishing shipping information and acting as agents in arranging transportation for freight and cargo. Also included in this industry are freight forwarders which undertake the transportation of goods from the shippers to receivers for a charge covering the entire transportation, and, in turn, make use of the services of other transportation establishments as instrumentalities in effecting delivery.

  • Agents, shipping
  • Auditors, freight rate
  • Brokers, shipping
  • Brokers, transportation
  • Consultants, tariff
  • Customhouse brokers
  • Customs clearance of freight
  • Domestic forwarding
  • Foreign forwarding
  • Freight agencies, railroad: not operated by railroad companies
  • Freight consolidation
  • Freight forwarding
  • Freight rate auditors
  • Freight rate information service
  • Shipping documents preparation
  • Tariff consultant
  • Tariff rate information service
  • Transport clearinghouse
  • Transportation rate services
Description for 6282 Investment Advice

Establishments primarily engaged in furnishing investment information and advice to companies and individuals concerning securities and commodities on a contract or fee basis. Establishments that provide advice and also act as brokers or dealers are classified in Industry 6211.

  • Futures advisory service
  • Investment advisory service
  • Investment counselors
  • Investment research
  • Manager of mutual funds, contract or fee basis
Description for 8732 Commercial Economic, Sociological, and Educational Research

Establishments primarily engaged in performing commercial business, marketing, opinion, and other economic, sociological, and educational research on a contract or fee basis. Noncommercial economic, sociological, and educational research establishments funded from endowments, grants, or contributions are classified in Industry 8733.

  • Business economists, commercial
  • Business research commercial
  • Economic research,
  • Educational research,
  • Market research commercial
  • Opinion research commercial
  • Research economic, sociological and educational-commercial
  • Sociological research commercial
Description for 7319 Advertising, Not Elsewhere Classified

Establishments primarily engaged in furnishing advertising services, not elsewhere classified, such as aerial advertising, circular and handbill distribution, distribution or delivery of advertising material or samples, and transit advertising. Establishments primarily engaged in direct mail advertising are classified in Industry 7331; those which write advertising copy, but do not place the advertising with media, are classified in Industry 8999; and those which provide services in commercial art, graphics, or other creative advertising services, but do not place the advertising with media, are classified in Industry Group 733.

  • Aerial advertising
  • Bus card advertising
  • Circular distributing service
  • Coupon distribution
  • Display advertising service, except outdoor
  • Handbill distribution service
  • Media buying service
  • Poster advertising service, except outdoor
  • Samples, distribution of
  • Shopping news advertising and distributing service
  • Sky writing
  • Taxicab card advertising
  • Transit advertising
Description for 7313 Radio, Television, and Publishers' Advertising Representatives

Establishments primarily engaged in soliciting advertising on a contract or fee basis for newspapers, magazines, and other publications, or for radio and television stations. Separate offices of newspapers, magazines, and radio and television stations engaged in soliciting advertising are classified as auxiliaries.

  • Newspaper advertising representatives, not auxiliary to publishing
  • Radio representatives, advertising: not auxiliary to radio broadcasting
  • Television and radio time, sale of: not auxiliary to television or radio
Description for 4215 Courier Services, Except by Air

Establishments primarily engaged in the delivery of individually addressed letters, parcels, and packages (generally under 100 pounds), except by means of air transportation or by the United States Postal Service. Delivery is usually made by street or highway within a local area or between cities. Establishments primarily engaged in furnishing air delivery of individually addressed letters, parcels, and packages, except by the United States Postal Service, are classified in Industry 4513, and establishments of the United States Postal Service are classified in Industry 4311. Establishments primarily engaged in the delivery of advertising and other unaddressed letters, parcels, and packages are classified in Industry 7319. Establishments primarily engaged in undertaking the transportation of goods from shippers to receivers for a charge covering the entire transportation, but making use of other transportation establishments to effect the entire delivery, are classified in Industry 4731. Establishments primarily engaged in furnishing armored car services are classified in Services, Industry 7381.

  • Courier services, except by air
  • Letter delivery, private: except air
  • Mail delivery, private: except air
  • Package delivery, private: except air
  • Parcel delivery, private: except air
Description for 8743 Public Relations Services

Establishments primarily engaged in the preparation of materials, written or spoken, which are designed to influence the general public or other groups in promoting the interests of their clients.

  • Lobbyists
  • Public relations services
Description for 7311 Advertising Agencies

Establishments primarily engaged in preparing advertising (writing copy, artwork, graphics, and other creative work) and placing such advertising in periodicals, newspapers, radio and television, or other advertising media for clients on a contract or fee basis. Establishments which place advertising with media, but which perform no creative services (media buying service), are classified in Industry 7319; those which write advertising copy, but do not place the advertising with media, are classified in Industry 8999; and those which provide services in commercial art and graphics, or other creative advertising services, but do not place the advertising with media, are classified in Industry Group 733.

  • Advertising agencies
  • Advertising consultants (agencies)
Description for 5154 Livestock

Establishments primarily engaged in buying and/or marketing cattle, hogs, sheep, and goats. This industry also includes the operation of livestock auction markets.

  • Auctioning livestock-wholesale
  • Cattle-wholesale
  • Goats-wholesale
  • Hogs-wholesale
  • Livestock, except horses and mules-wholesale
  • Sheep-wholesale
Description for 4013 Railroad Switching and Terminal Establishments

Establishments primarily engaged in the furnishing of terminal facilities for rail passenger or freight traffic for line-haul service, and in the movement of railroad cars between terminal yards, industrial sidings and other local sites. Terminal companies do not necessarily operate any vehicles themselves, but may operate the stations and terminals. Lessors of railway property are classified in Real Estate, Industry 6517.

  • Belt line railroads
  • Logging railroads
  • Railroad terminals
  • Stations operated by railway terminal companies
Description for 6231 Security and Commodity Exchanges

Establishments primarily engaged in furnishing space and other facilities to members for the purpose of buying, selling, or otherwise trading in stocks, stock options, bonds, or commodity contracts.

  • Commodity contract exchanges
  • Futures exchanges, contract
  • Option exchanges, stock
  • Security exchanges
  • Stock exchanges
Description for 6211 Security Brokers, Dealers, and Flotation Companies

Establishments primarily engaged in the purchase, sale, and brokerage of securities; and those, generally known as investment bankers, primarily engaged in originating, underwriting, and distributing issues of securities. Establishments primarily engaged in issuing shares of mutual and money market funds, unit investment trusts, and face amount certificates are classified in Industry Group 672. Establishments primarily engaged in providing investment advice on a contract or fee basis to establishments which deal in financial contracts are classified in Industry 6282.

  • Agents for mutual funds
  • Bond dealers and brokers
  • Distributors, security
  • Floor traders, security
  • Investment bankers
  • Investment certificates, sale of
  • Investment firm-general brokerage
  • Mineral leases, dealers in
  • Mineral royalties, dealers in
  • Mortgages, buying and selling (rediscounting)
  • Mutual fund agents
  • Mutual funds, selling by independent salesperson
  • Note brokers
  • Oil and gas lease brokers
  • Oil royalties, dealers in
  • Option dealers, stock
  • Sale of partnership shares in real estate syndicates
  • Security brokers
  • Security dealers
  • Security flotation companies
  • Security traders
  • Security underwriters
  • Stock brokers and dealers
  • Tax certificate dealers
Description for 4724 Travel Agencies

Establishments primarily engaged in furnishing travel information and acting as agents in arranging tours, transportation, rental of cars, and lodging for travelers. Tour operators primarily engaged in arranging and assembling tours for sale through travel agents are classified in Industry 4725.

  • Tourist agencies for the arrangement of transportation, lodging, and
  • Travel agencies

What Are The Related NAICS Code(s) for GL Code 47367?

The related NAICS Code(s) for General Liability Class Code 47367 - Sales or Service Organizations is:

711410 - Agents and Managers for Artists, Athletes, Entertainers, and Other Public Figures

This industry comprises establishments of agents and managers primarily engaged in representing and/or managing creative and performing artists, sports figures, entertainers, and other public figures. The representation and management includes activities such as representing clients in contract negotiations; managing or organizing clients' financial affairs; and generally promoting the careers of their clients.

  • Agents, artists'
  • Agents, authors'
  • Agents, celebrities'
  • Agents, entertainers'
  • Agents, modeling
  • Agents, public figures'
  • Agents, sports figures'
  • Agents, talent
  • Agents, theatrical talent
  • Artists' agents or managers
  • Authors' agents or managers
  • Celebrities' agents or managers
  • Entertainers' agents or managers
  • Literary agents
  • Management agencies for artists, entertainers, and other public figures
  • Managers, authors'
  • Managers, celebrities'
  • Managers, entertainers'
  • Managers, public figures'
  • Managers, sports figures'
  • Modeling agents
  • Models' agents or managers
  • Public figures' agents or managers
  • Speakers' bureaus
  • Sports figures' agents or managers
  • Talent agencies
  • Talent agents
  • Theatrical talent agents

336211 - Motor Vehicle Body Manufacturing

This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing truck and bus bodies and cabs and automobile bodies. The products made may be sold separately or may be assembled on purchased chassis and sold as complete vehicles.

  • Ambulance bodies manufacturing
  • Ambulances assembling on purchased chassis
  • Automobile bodies, passenger car, manufacturing
  • Automobile wrecker truck bodies manufacturing
  • Automobile wreckers assembling on purchased chassis
  • Boxes, truck (e.g., cargo, dump, utility, van), assembled on purchased chassis
  • Bus bodies assembling on purchased chassis
  • Bus bodies manufacturing
  • Car bodies, kit, manufacturing
  • Dump-truck lifting mechanisms manufacturing
  • Fifth wheel assemblies manufacturing
  • Garbage truck bodies manufacturing
  • Garbage trucks assembling on purchased chassis
  • Hearse bodies manufacturing
  • Hearses assembling on purchased chassis
  • Heavy trucks assembling on purchased chassis
  • Highway tractors assembling on purchased chassis
  • Kit car bodies manufacturing
  • Ready-mix concrete trucks assembling on purchased chassis
  • School buses assembling on purchased chassis
  • Special purpose highway vehicle (e.g., firefighting vehicles) assembling on purchased chassis
  • Special purpose highway vehicle (e.g., firefighting vehicles) bodies manufacturing
  • Stretch limousines assembling on purchased chassis
  • Tank bodies for trucks manufacturing
  • Tank trucks (e.g., fuel oil, milk, water) assembling on purchased chassis
  • Tow trucks (including tilt and load) assembling on purchased chassis
  • Truck bodies and cabs manufacturing
  • Truck bodies assembling on purchased chassis
  • Truck tractors for highway use, assembling on purchased chassis

335911 - Storage Battery Manufacturing

This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing storage batteries.

  • Alkaline cell storage batteries (i.e., nickel-cadmium, nickel-iron, silver oxide-zinc) manufacturing
  • Automobile storage batteries manufacturing
  • Batteries, rechargeable, manufacturing
  • Batteries, storage, manufacturing
  • Lead acid storage batteries manufacturing
  • Marine storage batteries manufacturing
  • Nickel cadmium storage batteries manufacturing
  • Rechargeable battery packs made from purchased battery cells and housings
  • Rechargeable nickel cadmium (NICAD) batteries manufacturing
  • Storage batteries manufacturing

561110 - Office Administrative Services

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in providing a range of day-to-day office administrative services, such as financial planning; billing and recordkeeping; personnel; and physical distribution and logistics for others on a contract or fee basis. These establishments do not provide operating staff to carry out the complete operations of a business.

  • Administrative management services
  • Business management services
  • Executive management services
  • Hotel management services (except complete operation of client's business)
  • Management services (except complete operation of client's business)
  • Managing offices of dentists
  • Managing offices of physicians and surgeons
  • Managing offices of professionals (e.g., dentists, physicians, surgeons)
  • Medical office management services
  • Motel management services (except complete operation of client's business)
  • Office administration services
  • Office management services

561440 - Collection Agencies

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in collecting payments for claims and remitting payments collected to their clients.

  • Account collection services
  • Bill collection services
  • Collection agencies
  • Collection agencies, accounts
  • Debt collection services
  • Delinquent account collection services
  • Tax collection services on a contract or fee basis

523140 - Commodity Contracts Brokerage

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in acting as agents (i.e., brokers) in buying or selling spot or future commodity contracts or options on a commission or transaction fee basis.

  • Brokerages, commodity contracts
  • Commodity contracts brokerages
  • Commodity contracts brokers' offices
  • Commodity contracts floor brokers
  • Commodity contracts options brokerages
  • Commodity futures brokerages
  • Financial futures brokerages
  • Futures commodity contracts brokerages
  • Futures commodity contracts brokers' offices

523130 - Commodity Contracts Dealing

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in acting as principals (i.e., investors who buy or sell for their own account) in buying or selling spot or futures commodity contracts or options, such as precious metals, foreign currency, oil, or agricultural products, generally on a spread basis.

  • Commodity contract trading companies
  • Commodity contracts dealing (i.e., acting as a principal in dealing commodities to investors)
  • Commodity contracts floor traders (i.e., acting as a principal in dealing commodities to investors)
  • Commodity contracts floor trading (i.e., acting as a principal in dealing commodities to investors)
  • Commodity contracts options dealing (i.e., acting as a principal in dealing commodities to investors)
  • Commodity contracts traders (i.e., acting as a principal in dealing commodities to investors)
  • Foreign currency exchange dealing (i.e., acting as a principal in dealing commodities to investors)
  • Foreign currency exchange services (i.e., selling to the public)
  • Futures commodity contracts dealing (i.e., acting as a principal in dealing commodities to investors)
  • Trading companies, commodity contracts

561591 - Convention and Visitors Bureaus

This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in marketing and promoting communities and facilities to businesses and leisure travelers through a range of activities, such as assisting organizations in locating meeting and convention sites; providing travel information on area attractions, lodging accommodations, restaurants; providing maps; and organizing group tours of local historical, recreational, and cultural attractions.

  • Convention and visitors bureaus
  • Convention bureaus
  • Tourism bureaus
  • Tourist information bureaus
  • Visitors bureaus

561492 - Court Reporting and Stenotype Services

This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in providing verbatim reporting and stenotype recording of live legal proceedings and transcribing subsequent recorded materials.

  • Closed captioning services, real-time (i.e., simultaneous)
  • Court reporting services
  • Public stenography services
  • Real-time (i.e., simultaneous) closed captioning of live television performances, meetings, conferences, and so forth
  • Stenography services, public
  • Stenotype recording services

561450 - Credit Bureaus

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in compiling information, such as credit and employment histories on individuals and credit histories on businesses, and providing the information to financial institutions, retailers, and others who have a need to evaluate the creditworthiness of these persons and businesses.

  • Commercial credit reporting bureaus
  • Consumer credit reporting bureaus
  • Credit agencies
  • Credit bureaus
  • Credit investigation services
  • Credit rating services
  • Credit reporting bureaus
  • Investigation services, credit
  • Mercantile credit reporting bureaus

541860 - Direct Mail Advertising

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in (1) creating and designing advertising campaigns for the purpose of distributing advertising materials (e.g., coupons, flyers, samples) or specialties (e.g., key chains, magnets, pens with customized messages imprinted) by mail or other direct distribution; and/or (2) preparing advertising materials or specialties for mailing or other direct distribution. These establishments may also compile, maintain, sell, and rent mailing lists.

  • Advertising material preparation services for mailing or other direct distribution
  • Direct mail advertising services
  • Direct mail or other direct distribution advertising campaign services

611710 - Educational Support Services

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in providing noninstructional services that support educational processes or systems.

  • College selection services
  • Educational consultants
  • Educational guidance counseling services
  • Educational support services
  • Educational testing evaluation services
  • Educational testing services
  • School bus attendant services
  • Student exchange programs
  • Test development and evaluation services, educational
  • Testing services, educational

311340 - Nonchocolate Confectionery Manufacturing

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing nonchocolate confectioneries. Included in this industry are establishments primarily engaged in retailing nonchocolate confectionery products not for immediate consumption made on the premises.

  • Breakfast bars, nonchocolate covered, manufacturing
  • Cake ornaments, confectionery, manufacturing
  • Candied fruits and fruit peel manufacturing
  • Candy bars, nonchocolate, manufacturing
  • Candy stores, nonchocolate, candy made on premises, not for immediate consumption
  • Chewing gum base manufacturing
  • Chewing gum manufacturing
  • Confectionery, nonchocolate, manufacturing
  • Corn confections manufacturing
  • Cough drops (except medicated) manufacturing
  • Crystallized fruits and fruit peel manufacturing
  • Dates, sugared and stuffed, manufacturing
  • Fruit peel products (e.g., candied, crystallized, glace, glazed) manufacturing
  • Fruits (e.g., candied, crystallized, glazed) manufacturing
  • Fudge, nonchocolate, manufacturing
  • Granola bars and clusters, nonchocolate, manufacturing
  • Gum, chewing, manufacturing
  • Halvah manufacturing
  • Hard candies manufacturing
  • Jelly candies manufacturing
  • Licorice candy manufacturing
  • Lozenges, nonmedicated, candy, manufacturing
  • Marshmallow creme manufacturing
  • Marshmallows manufacturing
  • Marzipan (i.e., candy) manufacturing
  • Nuts, covered (except chocolate covered), manufacturing
  • Popcorn balls manufacturing
  • Popcorn, candy covered popped, manufacturing
  • Synthetic chocolate manufacturing
  • Toffee manufacturing

311999 - All Other Miscellaneous Food Manufacturing

This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing food (except animal food; grain and oilseed milling; sugar and confectionery products; preserved fruits, vegetables, and specialties; dairy products; meat products; seafood products; bakeries and tortillas; snack foods; coffee and tea; flavoring syrups and concentrates; seasonings and dressings; and perishable prepared food). Included in this industry are establishments primarily engaged in mixing purchased dried and/or dehydrated ingredients including those mixing purchased dried and/or dehydrated ingredients for soup mixes and bouillon.

  • Almond pastes manufacturing
  • Baking powder manufacturing
  • Bread crumbs not made in bakeries
  • Cake frosting manufacturing
  • Chinese noodles, fried, manufacturing
  • Cocktail mixes, dry, manufacturing
  • Coconut, desiccated and shredded, manufacturing
  • Corn syrups made from purchased sweeteners
  • Drink powder mixes (except chocolate, coffee, milk based, tea) manufacturing
  • Egg substitutes manufacturing
  • Eggs, processed, manufacturing
  • Fillings, cake or pie (except fruits, meat, vegetables), manufacturing
  • Frosting, prepared, manufacturing
  • Gelatin dessert preparations manufacturing
  • Gelatin for cooking manufacturing
  • Honey processing
  • Maple syrup mixing into other products
  • Noodle mixes made from purchased dry ingredients
  • Noodles, fried, manufacturing
  • Pancake syrups (except pure maple) manufacturing
  • Pasta mixes made from purchased dry ingredients
  • Popcorn (except popped) manufacturing
  • Potato mixes made from purchased dry ingredients
  • Powdered drink mixes (except chocolate, coffee, tea, milk based) manufacturing
  • Powders, baking, manufacturing
  • Puddings, canned dessert, manufacturing
  • Puddings, dessert, manufacturing
  • Rice mixes (i.e., uncooked and packaged with other ingredients) made from purchased rice and dry ingredients
  • Sorghum syrup manufacturing
  • Soup mixes, dry, made from purchased dry ingredients
  • Sweetening syrups (except pure maple) manufacturing
  • Syrup, corn (except wet milled), manufacturing
  • Syrup, sweetening (except pure maple), manufacturing
  • Syrup, table, artificially flavored, manufacturing
  • Yeast manufacturing

238130 - Framing Contractors

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in structural framing and sheathing using materials other than structural steel or concrete. The work performed may include new work, additions, alterations, maintenance, and repairs.

  • Building framing (except structural steel)
  • Carpentry, framing
  • Ceiling beam, wood, installation
  • Foundation, building, wood, contractors
  • Framework, house, contractors
  • Framing contractors
  • House framing
  • Permanent wood foundation installation
  • Post framing contractors
  • Prefabricated wood frame component (e.g., trusses) installation
  • Roof truss (wood) installation
  • Sheathing, wood, installation
  • Steel framing contractors
  • Stud wall (e.g., wood, steel) installation
  • Wall component (i.e., exterior, interior), prefabricated, installation
  • Wood frame component (e.g., truss) fabrication on site

611310 - Colleges, Universities, and Professional Schools

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in furnishing academic courses and granting degrees at baccalaureate or graduate levels. The requirement for admission is at least a high school diploma or equivalent general academic training. Instruction may be provided in diverse settings, such as the establishment's or client's training facilities, educational institutions, the workplace, or the home, and through diverse means, such as correspondence, television, the Internet, or other electronic and distance-learning methods. The training provided by these establishments may include the use of simulators and simulation methods.

  • Academies, college or university
  • Academies, military service (college)
  • Business colleges or schools offering baccalaureate or graduate degrees
  • Colleges (except junior colleges)
  • Colleges, universities, and professional schools
  • Conservatories of music (colleges or universities)
  • Dental schools
  • Hospital management schools offering baccalaureate or graduate degrees
  • Hospitality management schools offering baccalaureate or graduate degrees
  • Law schools
  • Medical schools
  • Military academies, college level
  • Military service academies (college)
  • Parochial schools, college level
  • Private colleges (except community or junior college)
  • Professional schools (e.g., business administration, dental, law, medical)
  • Schools, correspondence, college level
  • Schools, medical
  • Schools, professional (colleges or universities)
  • Seminaries, theological, offering baccalaureate or graduate degrees
  • Theological seminaries offering baccalaureate or graduate degrees
  • Universities

238210 - Electrical Contractors and Other Wiring Installation Contractors

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in installing and servicing electrical wiring and equipment. Contractors included in this industry may include both the parts and labor when performing work. These contractors may perform new work, additions, alterations, maintenance, and repairs.

  • Airport runway lighting contractors
  • Alarm system (e.g., fire, burglar), electric, installation only
  • Audio equipment installation (except automotive) contractors
  • Building automation system installation contractors
  • Burglar alarm system, electric, installation only
  • Cable splicing, electrical or fiber optic
  • Cable television hookup contractors
  • Communication equipment installation
  • Computer and network cable installation
  • Control system (e.g., environmental, humidity, temperature) installation
  • Electric contracting
  • Electric power control panel and outlet installation
  • Electrical contractors
  • Electrical equipment and appliance installation
  • Electrical wiring contractors
  • Electrical work
  • Electrical, electrical wiring, and low voltage electrical work
  • Electrician
  • Electronic containment fencing for pets, installation
  • Electronic control installation and service
  • Electronic control system installation
  • Environmental control system installation
  • Fiber optic cable (except transmission lines) installation
  • Fire alarm system, electric, installation only
  • Highway, street and bridge lighting and electrical signal installation
  • Home automation system installation
  • Home theater installation
  • Humidity control system installation
  • Installation of photovoltaic panels
  • Intercommunication (intercom) system installation
  • Lighting system installation
  • Low voltage electrical work
  • Private driveway or parking area lighting contractors
  • Public address system installation
  • Railroad signalling equipment installation
  • Security and fire system, installation only
  • Smoke detection system, installation only
  • Snow melting cable, electric, installation
  • Sound equipment installation
  • Surveillance system, installation only
  • Telecommunications equipment and wiring (except transmission line) installation contractors
  • Telephone equipment and building wiring installation
  • Telephone installation contractors
  • Temperature control system installation
  • Traffic signal installation
  • Tunnel lighting contractors

334419 - Other Electronic Component Manufacturing

This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing electronic components (except bare printed circuit boards; semiconductors and related devices; electronic capacitors; electronic resistors; coils, transformers and other inductors; connectors; and loaded printed circuit boards).

  • Cathode ray tubes (CRT) manufacturing
  • Computer cable sets (e.g., monitor, printer) manufacturing
  • CRT (cathode ray tube) manufacturing
  • Crystals and crystal assemblies, electronic, manufacturing
  • Electron tube parts (e.g., bases, getters, guns) (except glass blanks) manufacturing
  • Electron tubes manufacturing
  • Filters, electronic component-type, manufacturing
  • Harness assemblies for electronic use manufacturing
  • Heads (e.g., recording, read/write) manufacturing
  • Klystron tubes manufacturing
  • LCD (liquid crystal display) unit screens manufacturing
  • Magnetron tubes manufacturing
  • Microwave components manufacturing
  • Needles, phonograph and styli, manufacturing
  • Piezoelectric crystals manufacturing
  • Piezoelectric devices manufacturing
  • Printed circuit laminates manufacturing
  • Quartz crystals, electronic application, manufacturing
  • Radio frequency identification (RFID) devices manufacturing
  • Rectifiers, electronic component-type (except semiconductor), manufacturing
  • Resonant reed devices, electronic, manufacturing
  • Rheostats, electronic, manufacturing
  • Screens for liquid crystal display (LCD) manufacturing
  • Solenoids for electronic applications manufacturing
  • Switches for electronic applications manufacturing
  • Television picture tubes manufacturing
  • Transducers (except pressure) manufacturing
  • Traveling wave tubes manufacturing
  • Tubes, cathode ray, manufacturing
  • Tubes, electron, manufacturing
  • Tubes, electronic, manufacturing
  • Tubes, klystron, manufacturing
  • Vacuum tubes manufacturing

238910 - Site Preparation Contractors

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in site preparation activities, such as excavating and grading, demolition of buildings and other structures, and septic system installation. Earth moving and land clearing for all types of sites (e.g., building, nonbuilding, mining) is included in this industry. Establishments primarily engaged in construction equipment rental with operator (except cranes) are also included.

  • Aerial or picker truck, construction, rental with operator
  • Backfilling, construction
  • Backhoe rental with operator
  • Blast hole drilling (except mining)
  • Blasting, building demolition
  • Blasting, construction site
  • Boring, for building construction
  • Building demolition
  • Bulldozer rental with operator
  • Caisson (i.e., drilled building foundations) construction
  • Cesspool construction
  • Concrete breaking and cutting for demolition
  • Construction equipment (except crane) rental with operator
  • Core drilling and test boring for construction
  • Crawler tractor rental with operator
  • Cutting new rights of way
  • Demolition contractor
  • Demolition, building and structure
  • Dewatering contractors
  • Digging foundations
  • Dirt moving for construction
  • Dismantling engineering structures (e.g., oil storage tank)
  • Drainage system (e.g., cesspool, septic tank) installation
  • Drilled pier (i.e., for building foundations) contractors
  • Drilled shaft (i.e., drilled building foundations) construction
  • Dry well construction
  • Equipment rental (except crane), construction, with operator
  • Excavating, earthmoving or land clearing, mining (except overburden removal at open pit mine sites or quarries)
  • Excavating, earthmoving, or land clearing contractors
  • Excavation contractors
  • Foundation digging (i.e., excavation)
  • Foundation drilling contractors
  • Grading construction sites
  • Grave excavation contractors
  • Ground thawing for construction site digging
  • House demolishing
  • House razing
  • Hydrodemolition (i.e., demolition with pressurized water) contractors
  • Land clearing
  • Land leveling contractors
  • Line slashing or cutting (except maintenance)
  • Machinery, construction (except cranes), rental with operator
  • Mine site preparation and related construction activities, construction contractors
  • Pile driving, building foundation
  • Piling (i.e., bored, cast-in-place, drilled), building foundation, contractors
  • Power shovel, construction, rental with operator
  • Power, communication and pipe line right of way clearance (except maintenance)
  • Right of way cutting (except maintenance)
  • Septic system contractors
  • Septic tank and weeping tile installation
  • Soil compacting
  • Soil test drilling
  • Test boring for construction
  • Trenching (except underwater)
  • Underground tank (except hazardous material) removal
  • Weeping tile installation
  • Wrecking, building or other structure

332510 - Hardware Manufacturing

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing metal hardware, such as metal hinges, metal handles, keys, and locks (except coin-operated, time locks).

  • Aircraft hardware, metal, manufacturing
  • Appliance hardware, metal, manufacturing
  • Automobile hardware, metal, manufacturing
  • Brackets (i.e., builder's hardware-type), metal, manufacturing
  • Builder's hardware, metal, manufacturing
  • Cabinet hardware, metal, manufacturing
  • Casket hardware, metal, manufacturing
  • Casters, furniture, metal manufacturing
  • Casters, industrial, metal, manufacturing
  • Dead bolts, metal, manufacturing
  • Door locks, metal, manufacturing
  • Door opening and closing devices (except electrical), metal, manufacturing
  • Furniture hardware, metal, manufacturing
  • Gun trigger locks, metal, manufacturing
  • Hinges, metal, manufacturing
  • Key blanks, metal, manufacturing
  • Locks (except coin-operated, time locks), metal, manufacturing
  • Luggage hardware, metal, manufacturing
  • Marine hardware, metal, manufacturing
  • Motor vehicle hardware, metal, manufacturing
  • Padlocks, metal, manufacturing
  • Piano hardware, metal, manufacturing
  • Suitcase hardware, metal, manufacturing

423710 - Hardware Merchant Wholesalers

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in the merchant wholesale distribution of hardware, knives, or handtools.

  • Blades (e.g., knife, saw) merchant wholesalers
  • Brads merchant wholesalers
  • Cutlery merchant wholesalers
  • Fasteners (e.g., bolts, nuts, rivets, screws) merchant wholesalers
  • Handtools (except motor vehicle mechanics', machinists' precision) merchant wholesalers
  • Hardware (except motor vehicle) merchant wholesalers
  • Keys and locks merchant wholesalers
  • Knives (except disposable plastics) merchant wholesalers
  • Locks, security, merchant wholesalers
  • Power handtools (e.g., drills, sanders, saws) merchant wholesalers
  • Staples merchant wholesalers
  • Tacks merchant wholesalers
  • Tools, hand (except motor vehicle, machinists' precision tools), merchant wholesalers

561320 - Temporary Help Services

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in supplying workers to clients' businesses for limited periods of time to supplement the working force of the client. The individuals provided are employees of the temporary help service establishment. However, these establishments do not provide direct supervision of their employees at the clients' work sites.

  • Help supply services
  • Labor (except farm) contractors (i.e., personnel suppliers)
  • Labor (except farm) pools
  • Manpower pools
  • Model supply services
  • Office help supply services
  • Office supply pools
  • Personnel (e.g., industrial, office) suppliers
  • Temporary employment services
  • Temporary help services
  • Temporary staffing services

561910 - Packaging and Labeling Services

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in packaging client-owned materials. The services may include labeling and/or imprinting the package.

  • Apparel folding and packaging services
  • Blister packaging services
  • Cosmetic kit assembling and packaging services
  • Folding and packaging services, textile and apparel
  • Gift wrapping services
  • Kit assembling and packaging services
  • Labeling services
  • Mounting merchandise on cards
  • Packaging services (except packing and crating for transportation)
  • Product sterilization and packaging services
  • Shrink wrapping services
  • Skin blister packaging services
  • Textile folding and packaging services

325510 - Paint and Coating Manufacturing

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in (1) mixing pigments, solvents, and binders into paints and other coatings, such as stains, varnishes, lacquers, enamels, shellacs, and water repellant coatings for concrete and masonry, and/or (2) manufacturing allied paint products, such as putties, paint and varnish removers, paint brush cleaners, and frit.

  • Architectural coatings (i.e., paint) manufacturing
  • Calcimines manufacturing
  • Dispersions, pigment, manufacturing
  • Dopes, paint, and laquer, manufacturing
  • Driers, paint and varnish, manufacturing
  • Enamel paints manufacturing
  • Epoxy coatings made from purchased resins
  • Fillers, wood (e.g., dry, liquid, paste), manufacturing
  • Frit manufacturing
  • Glaziers' putty manufacturing
  • Industrial product finishes and coatings (i.e., paint) manufacturing
  • Lacquers manufacturing
  • Latex paint (i.e., water based) manufacturing
  • Marine paints manufacturing
  • Motor vehicle paints manufacturing
  • Paint and varnish removers manufacturing
  • Paint thinner and reducer preparations manufacturing
  • Paintbrush cleaners manufacturing
  • Paints (except artist's) manufacturing
  • Paints, emulsion (i.e., latex paint), manufacturing
  • Paints, oil and alkyd vehicle, manufacturing
  • Plastic wood fillers manufacturing
  • Plastisol coating compounds manufacturing
  • Polyurethane coatings manufacturing
  • Powder coatings manufacturing
  • Primers, paint, manufacturing
  • Shellac manufacturing
  • Stains (except biological) manufacturing
  • Varnishes manufacturing
  • Water repellant coatings for wood, concrete and masonry manufacturing
  • Wood fillers manufacturing

322121 - Paper (except Newsprint) Mills

This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing paper (except newsprint and uncoated groundwood paper) from pulp. These establishments may manufacture or purchase pulp. In addition, the establishments may also convert the paper they make.

  • Absorbent paper stock manufacturing
  • Asphalt paper made in paper mills
  • Bond paper made in paper mills
  • Book paper, coated, made in paper mills
  • Bristols paper stock manufacturing
  • Building paper stock manufacturing
  • Cigarette paper made in paper mills
  • Construction paper, school and art, made in paper mills
  • Cotton fiber paper stock manufacturing
  • Diapers, disposable, made in paper mills
  • Facial tissues made in paper mills
  • Felts, asphalt, made in paper mills
  • Glassine wrapping paper made in paper mills
  • Groundwood paper, coated, laminated, or treated in paper mills
  • Groundwood paper, coated, made in paper mills
  • Kraft paper stock manufacturing
  • Looseleaf fillers and paper made in paper mills
  • Napkins, table, made in paper mills
  • Office paper (e.g., computer printer, photocopy, plain paper) made in paper mills
  • Paper (except newsprint, uncoated groundwood) manufacturing
  • Paper (except newsprint, uncoated groundwood) products made in paper mills
  • Paper (except newsprint, uncoated groundwood), coated, laminated or treated, made in paper mills
  • Paper mills (except newsprint, uncoated groundwood paper mills)
  • Paper stock for conversion into paper products (e.g., bag and sack stock, envelope stock, tissue stock, wallpaper stock) manufacturing
  • Paper towels made in paper mills
  • Paper, asphalt, made in paper mills
  • Pulp and paper (except groundwood, newsprint) combined manufacturing
  • Pulp mills producing paper (except groundwood, newsprint)
  • Sanitary napkins and tampons made in paper mills
  • Sanitary paper products (except newsprint, uncoated groundwood) made in paper mills
  • Sanitary paper stock manufacturing
  • Sanitary products made in paper mills
  • Saturated felts made in paper mills
  • Sheathing paper (except newsprint, uncoated groundwood) made in paper mills
  • Tablets (e.g., memo, note, writing) made in paper mills
  • Tar paper, building and roofing, made in paper mills
  • Tissue paper stock manufacturing
  • Toilet paper made in paper mills
  • Towels, paper, made in paper mills
  • Writing paper made in paper mills

326140 - Polystyrene Foam Product Manufacturing

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing polystyrene foam products.

  • Coolers or ice chests, polystyrene foam, manufacturing
  • Cups, polystyrene foam, manufacturing
  • Dinnerware, polystyrene foam, manufacturing
  • Foam polystyrene products manufacturing
  • Food containers, polystyrene foam, manufacturing
  • Ice buckets, polystyrene foam, manufacturing
  • Insulation and cushioning, polystyrene foam plastics, manufacturing
  • Jugs, vacuum, polystyrene foam plastics, manufacturing
  • Plates, polystyrene foam, manufacturing
  • Polystyrene foam packaging manufacturing
  • Sheet (i.e., board), polystyrene foam insulation, manufacturing
  • Shipping pads and shaped cushioning, polystyrene foam, manufacturing
  • Thermal insulation, polystyrene foam, manufacturing

326199 - All Other Plastics Product Manufacturing

This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing plastics products (except film, sheet, bags, profile shapes, pipes, pipe fittings, laminates, foam products, bottles, and plumbing fixtures).

  • Awnings, rigid plastics or fiberglass, manufacturing
  • Badges, plastics, manufacturing
  • Balloons, plastics, manufacturing
  • Bathroom and toilet accessories, plastics, manufacturing
  • Bolts, nuts, and rivets, plastics, manufacturing
  • Bottle caps and lids, plastics, manufacturing
  • Bowls and bowl covers, plastics, manufacturing
  • Bubble packaging materials, plastics, manufacturing
  • Building materials (e.g., fascia, panels, siding, soffit), plastics, manufacturing
  • Building panels, corrugated and flat, plastics, manufacturing
  • Bushings, plastics, manufacturing
  • Cigar and cigarette holders, plastics, manufacturing
  • Clothes hangers, plastics, manufacturing
  • Clothespins, plastics, manufacturing
  • Combs, plastics, manufacturing
  • Coolers or ice chests, plastics (except foam), manufacturing
  • Countertops, plastics, manufacturing
  • Credit and identification card stock, plastics, manufacturing
  • Cultured marble products (except plumbing fixtures) manufacturing
  • Cultured stone products (except plumbing fixtures) manufacturing
  • Cups, plastics (except foam), manufacturing
  • Dinnerware, plastics (except polystyrene foam), manufacturing
  • Doormats, plastics, manufacturing
  • Doors and door frames, plastics, manufacturing
  • Drums, plastics (i.e., containers), manufacturing
  • Floor coverings, linoleum, manufacturing
  • Floor coverings, resilient, manufacturing
  • Floor coverings, rubber, manufacturing
  • Floor coverings, vinyl, manufacturing
  • Footwear parts (e.g., heels, soles), plastics, manufacturing
  • Fruits and vegetables, artificial, plastics, manufacturing
  • Gloves, plastics, manufacturing
  • Gutters and down spouts, plastics, manufacturing
  • Hampers, laundry, plastics, manufacturing
  • Handles (e.g., brush, tool, umbrella), plastics, manufacturing
  • Hardware, plastics, manufacturing
  • Ice buckets, plastics (except foam), manufacturing
  • Jars, plastics, manufacturing
  • Kitchen utensils, plastics, manufacturing
  • Ladders, fiberglass, manufacturing
  • Lamp shades, plastics, manufacturing
  • Lens blanks, plastics ophthalmic or optical, manufacturing
  • Linoleum floor coverings manufacturing
  • Mattresses, air, plastics, manufacturing
  • Microwaveware, plastics, manufacturing
  • Motor vehicle moldings and extrusions, plastics, manufacturing
  • Netting, plastics, manufacturing
  • Nozzles, aerosol spray, plastics, manufacturing
  • Organizers for closets, drawers, and shelves, plastics, manufacturing
  • Packaging, plastics (e.g., blister, bubble), manufacturing
  • Pails, plastics, manufacturing
  • Paint sticks, plastics, manufacturing
  • Picnic jugs, plastics (except foam), manufacturing
  • Radio housings, plastics, manufacturing
  • Reels, plastics, manufacturing
  • Reflectors, plastics, manufacturing
  • Resilient floor coverings (e.g., sheet, tile) manufacturing
  • Rubber floor coverings manufacturing
  • Rulers, plastics, manufacturing
  • Screening, window, plastics, manufacturing
  • Septic tanks, plastics or fiberglass, manufacturing
  • Shoe parts (e.g., heels, soles), plastics, manufacturing
  • Shutters, plastics, manufacturing
  • Siding, plastics, manufacturing
  • Sponges, plastics, manufacturing
  • Swimming pool covers and liners, plastics, manufacturing
  • Swimming pools, fiberglass, manufacturing
  • Tanks, storage, plastics or fiberglass, manufacturing
  • Television housings, plastics, manufacturing
  • Tiles, floor (i.e., linoleum, rubber, vinyl), manufacturing
  • Tires, plastics, manufacturing
  • Trash containers, plastics, manufacturing
  • Tumblers, plastics, manufacturing
  • Utility containers (e.g., baskets, bins, boxes, buckets, dishpans, pails), plastics (except foam), manufacturing
  • Vinyl floor coverings manufacturing
  • Watch crystals, plastics, manufacturing
  • Watering cans, plastics, manufacturing
  • Window sashes, vinyl, manufacturing
  • Windows and window frames, plastics, manufacturing
  • Windows and window frames, vinyl, manufacturing
  • Windshields, plastics, manufacturing

453998 - All Other Miscellaneous Store Retailers (except Tobacco Stores)

This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in retailing specialized lines of merchandise (except motor vehicle and parts dealers; furniture and home furnishings stores; electronics and appliance stores; building material and garden equipment and supplies dealers; food and beverage stores; health and personal care stores; gasoline stations; clothing and clothing accessories stores; sporting goods, hobby, book and music stores; general merchandise stores; florists; office supplies, stationery and gift stores; used merchandise stores; pet and pet supplies stores; art dealers; manufactured home (i.e., mobile home) dealers; and tobacco stores). This industry also includes establishments primarily engaged in retailing a general line of new and used merchandise on an auction basis (except electronic auctions).

  • Art supply stores
  • Auction houses (general merchandise)
  • Batteries, except automotive, dealers
  • Calendar shops
  • Candle shops
  • Cemetery memorial dealers (e.g., headstones, markers, vaults)
  • Closet organizer stores
  • Collector's items shops (e.g., autograph, card, coin, stamp)
  • Emergency preparedness supply stores
  • Fireworks shops (i.e., permanent location)
  • Flag and banner shops
  • Flower shops, artificial or dried
  • Home security equipment stores
  • Hot tub stores
  • Janitorial equipment and supplies stores
  • Monument (i.e., burial marker) dealers
  • Police supply stores
  • Religious goods (except books) stores
  • Swimming pool supply stores
  • Trophy (including awards and plaques) shops

331315 - Aluminum Sheet, Plate, and Foil Manufacturing

This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in (1) flat rolling or continuous casting sheet, plate, foil and welded tube from purchased aluminum; and/or (2) recovering aluminum from scrap and flat rolling or continuous casting sheet, plate, foil, and welded tube in integrated mills.

  • Aluminum foil made by flat rolling purchased aluminum
  • Aluminum foil made in integrated secondary smelting and flat rolling mills
  • Aluminum plate made by continuous casting purchased aluminum
  • Aluminum plate made by flat rolling purchased aluminum
  • Aluminum plate made in integrated secondary smelting and continuous casting mills
  • Aluminum plate made in integrated secondary smelting and flat rolling mills
  • Aluminum sheet made by flat rolling purchased aluminum
  • Aluminum sheet made in integrated secondary smelting and flat rolling mills
  • Aluminum welded tube made by flat rolling purchased aluminum
  • Aluminum welded tube made in integrated secondary smelting and flat rolling mills
  • Foil, aluminum, made by flat rolling purchased aluminum
  • Foil, aluminum, made in integrated secondary smelting and flat rolling mills
  • Plate, aluminum, made by continuous casting purchased aluminum
  • Plate, aluminum, made by flat rolling purchased aluminum
  • Plate, aluminum, made in integrated secondary smelting and continuous casting mills
  • Plate, aluminum, made in integrated secondary smelting and flat rolling mills
  • Sheet, aluminum, made by flat rolling purchased aluminum
  • Sheet, aluminum, made in integrated secondary smelting and flat rolling mills
  • Tube, welded, aluminum, made by flat rolling purchased aluminum
  • Tube, welded, aluminum, made in integrated secondary smelting and flat rolling mills

493110 - General Warehousing and Storage

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in operating merchandise warehousing and storage facilities. These establishments generally handle goods in containers, such as boxes, barrels, and/or drums, using equipment, such as forklifts, pallets, and racks. They are not specialized in handling bulk products of any particular type, size, or quantity of goods or products.

  • Bonded warehousing, general merchandise
  • General warehousing and storage
  • Private warehousing and storage, general merchandise
  • Public warehousing and storage (except self storage), general merchandise
  • Warehousing (including foreign trade zones), general merchandise
  • Warehousing and storage, general merchandise

561312 - Executive Search Services

This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in providing executive search, recruitment, and placement services for clients with specific executive and senior management position requirements. The range of services provided by these establishments may include developing a search strategy and position specification based on the culture and needs of the client; researching, identifying, screening, and interviewing candidates; verifying candidate qualifications; and assisting in final offer negotiations and assimilation of the selected candidate. The individuals identified, recruited, or placed are not employees of the executive search services establishments.

  • Executive placement services
  • Executive search services
  • Senior executive search services

523999 - Miscellaneous Financial Investment Activities

This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in acting as agents and/or brokers (except securities brokerages and commodity contracts brokerages) in buying or selling financial contracts and those providing financial investment services (except securities and commodity exchanges; portfolio management; investment advice; and trust, fiduciary, and custody services) on a fee or commission basis.

  • Clearinghouses, commodity exchange or securities exchange
  • Deposit brokers
  • Exchange clearinghouses, commodities or securities
  • Gas lease brokers' offices
  • Oil lease brokers' offices
  • Protective committees, security holders
  • Quotation services, securities
  • Quotation services, stock
  • Securities holders' protective services
  • Securities transfer agencies
  • Stock quotation services
  • Stock transfer agencies
  • Transfer agencies, securities

488510 - Freight Transportation Arrangement

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in arranging transportation of freight between shippers and carriers. These establishments are usually known as freight forwarders, marine shipping agents, or customs brokers and offer a combination of services spanning transportation modes.

  • Agents, shipping
  • Customs brokers
  • Freight forwarding
  • Marine shipping agency
  • Shipping agents (freight forwarding)

523910 - Miscellaneous Intermediation

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in acting as principals (except investment bankers, securities dealers, and commodity contracts dealers) in buying or selling of financial contracts generally on a spread basis. Principals are investors that buy or sell for their own account.

  • Individuals investing in financial contracts on own account
  • Investment clubs
  • Mineral royalties or leases dealing (i.e., acting as a principal in dealing royalties or leases to investors)
  • Oil royalty dealing (i.e., acting as a principal in dealing royalties to investors)
  • Tax liens dealing (i.e., acting as a principal in dealing tax liens to investors)
  • Venture capital companies
  • Viatical settlement companies

523930 - Investment Advice

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in providing customized investment advice to clients on a fee basis, but do not have the authority to execute trades. Primary activities performed by establishments in this industry are providing financial planning advice and investment counseling to meet the goals and needs of specific clients.

  • Certified financial planners, customized, fees paid by client
  • Financial investment advice services, customized, fees paid by client
  • Financial planning services, customized, fees paid by client
  • Investment advice consulting services, customized, fees paid by client
  • Investment advice counseling services, customized, fees paid by client
  • Investment advisory services, customized, fees paid by client

541910 - Marketing Research and Public Opinion Polling

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in systematically gathering, recording, tabulating, and presenting marketing and public opinion data.

  • Broadcast media rating services
  • Marketing analysis services
  • Marketing research services
  • Opinion research services
  • Political opinion polling services
  • Public opinion polling services
  • Public opinion research services
  • Sampling services, statistical

541830 - Media Buying Agencies

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in purchasing advertising time or space from media outlets and reselling it to advertising agencies or individual companies directly.

  • Media buying agencies
  • Media buying services

541840 - Media Representatives

This industry comprises establishments of independent representatives primarily engaged in selling media time or space for media owners.

  • Advertising media representatives (i.e., independent of media owners)
  • Magazine advertising representatives (i.e., independent of media owners)
  • Media advertising representatives (i.e., independent of media owners)
  • Media representatives (i.e., independent of media owners)
  • Newspaper advertising representatives (i.e., independent of media owners)
  • Publishers' advertising representatives (i.e., independent of media owners)
  • Radio advertising representatives (i.e., independent of media owners)
  • Television advertising representatives (i.e., independent of media owners)

492110 - Couriers and Express Delivery Services

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in providing air, surface, or combined mode courier and express delivery services of parcels, but not operating under a universal service obligation. These parcels can include goods and documents, but the express delivery services are not part of the normal mail service. These services are generally between metropolitan areas, urban centers, or international, but the establishments of this industry form a network that includes local pick-up and delivery to serve their customers' needs.

  • Air courier services (except establishments operating under a universal service obligation)
  • Courier services (i.e., intercity network) (except establishments operating under a universal service obligation)
  • Express delivery services (except establishments operating under a universal service obligation)
  • Local letter and parcel delivery services as part of intercity courier network

492210 - Local Messengers and Local Delivery

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in providing local messenger and delivery services of small items within a single metropolitan area or within an urban center. These establishments generally provide point-to-point pickup and delivery and do not operate as part of an intercity courier network.

  • Alcoholic beverage delivery service
  • Bicycle courier
  • Delivery service (except as part of intercity carrier network, U.S. Postal Service)
  • Grocery delivery services (i.e., independent service from grocery store)
  • Local letter and parcel delivery services (except as part of intercity carrier network, U.S. Postal Service)
  • Messenger service
  • Restaurant meals delivery services (i.e., independent delivery services)

561499 - All Other Business Support Services

This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in providing business support services (except secretarial and other document preparation services; telephone answering and telemarketing services; private mail services or document copying services conducted as separate activities or in conjunction with other office support services; monetary debt collection services; credit reporting services; repossession services; and court reporting and stenotype recording services).

  • Address bar coding services
  • Bar code imprinting services
  • Fundraising campaign organization services on a contract or fee basis
  • Mail consolidation services
  • Mail presorting services
  • Teleconferencing services
  • Videoconferencing services

523920 - Portfolio Management

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in managing the portfolio assets (i.e., funds) of others on a fee or commission basis. Establishments in this industry have the authority to make investment decisions, and they derive fees based on the size and/or overall performance of the portfolio.

  • Investment management
  • Managing investment funds
  • Managing mutual funds
  • Managing personal investment trusts
  • Managing trusts
  • Mutual fund managing
  • Pension fund managing
  • Personal investments trusts, managing
  • Portfolio fund managing

561330 - Professional Employer Organizations

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in providing human resources and human resource management services to client businesses. Establishments in this industry operate in a co-employment relationship with client businesses or organizations and are specialized in performing a wide range of human resource and personnel management duties, such as payroll, payroll tax, benefits administration, workers' compensation, unemployment, and human resource administration. Professional employer organizations (PEOs) are responsible for payroll, including withholding and remitting employment-related taxes, for some or all of the employees of their clients, and also serve as the employer of those employees for benefits and related purposes.

  • Employee leasing services
  • Labor leasing services
  • PEO (professional employer organizations)
  • Professional employer organizations (PEO)
  • Staff leasing services

541990 - All Other Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in the provision of professional, scientific, or technical services (except legal services; accounting, tax preparation, bookkeeping, and related services; architectural, engineering, and related services; specialized design services; computer systems design and related services; management, scientific, and technical consulting services; scientific research and development services; advertising, public relations and related services; market research and public opinion polling; photographic services; translation and interpretation services; and veterinary services).

  • Appraisal (except real estate) services
  • Arbitration and conciliation services (except by attorney, paralegal)
  • Business brokers (except real estate brokers)
  • Commodity inspection services
  • Consumer credit counseling services
  • Credit repair (i.e., counseling) services, consumer
  • Electronic communication verification content services
  • Estate assessment (i.e., appraisal) services
  • Handwriting analysis services
  • Handwriting expert services
  • Marine surveyor (i.e., ship appraiser) services
  • Mediation product services (except by lawyer, attorney, paralegal offices, family and social services)
  • Meteorological services
  • Patent broker services (i.e., patent marketing services)
  • Patrolling (i.e., visual inspection) of electric transmission or gas lines
  • Pipeline inspection (i.e., visual) services
  • Power line inspection (i.e., visual) services
  • Quantity surveyor services
  • Weather forecasting services

541820 - Public Relations Agencies

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in designing and implementing public relations campaigns. These campaigns are designed to promote the interests and image of their clients. Establishments providing lobbying, political consulting, or public relations consulting are included in this industry.

  • Lobbying services
  • Lobbyists' offices
  • Political consulting services
  • Public relations agencies
  • Public relations consulting services
  • Public relations services

541810 - Advertising Agencies

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in creating advertising campaigns and placing such advertising in periodicals, newspapers, radio and television, or other media. These establishments are organized to provide a full range of services (i.e., through in-house capabilities or subcontracting), including advice, creative services, account management, production of advertising material, media planning, and buying (i.e., placing advertising).

  • Advertising agencies
  • Advertising agency consulting services

424520 - Livestock Merchant Wholesalers

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in the merchant wholesale distribution of livestock (except horses and mules).

  • Cattle merchant wholesalers
  • Goats merchant wholesalers
  • Hogs merchant wholesalers
  • Sheep merchant wholesalers
  • Swine merchant wholesalers

488210 - Support Activities for Rail Transportation

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in providing specialized services for railroad transportation including servicing, routine repairing (except factory conversion, overhaul or rebuilding of rolling stock), and maintaining rail cars; loading and unloading rail cars; and operating independent terminals.

  • Freight car cleaning services
  • Grain leveling and trimming in railroad cars
  • Loading and unloading services at rail terminals
  • Locomotive and rail car repair (except factory conversion, factory overhaul, factory rebuilding)
  • Maintenance of rights-of-way and structures, railway
  • Railroad switching services
  • Railroad terminals, independent operation
  • Railway terminals, independent operation
  • Shunting trailers in rail terminals
  • Switching services, railroad

523210 - Securities and Commodity Exchanges

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in furnishing physical or electronic marketplaces for the purpose of facilitating the buying and selling of stocks, stock options, bonds, or commodity contracts.

  • Commodity contracts exchanges
  • Exchanges, commodity contracts
  • Exchanges, securities
  • Futures commodity contracts exchanges
  • Securities exchanges
  • Stock exchanges
  • Stock or commodity options exchanges

523120 - Securities Brokerage

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in acting as agents (i.e., brokers) between buyers and sellers in buying or selling securities on a commission or transaction fee basis.

  • Bond brokerages
  • Brokerages, securities
  • Certificate of deposit (CD) brokers' offices
  • Commercial note brokers' offices
  • Mutual fund agencies (i.e., brokerages)
  • Mutual fund agents' (i.e., brokers') offices
  • Securities brokerages
  • Securities brokers' offices
  • Securities floor brokers
  • Stock brokerages
  • Stock brokers' offices
  • Stock options brokerages

561422 - Telemarketing Bureaus and Other Contact Centers

This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in operating call centers that initiate or receive communications for others via telephone, facsimile, email, or other communication modes for purposes such as: (1) promoting clients' products or services, (2) taking orders for clients, (3) soliciting contributions for a client; and (4) providing information or assistance regarding a client's products or services. These establishments do not own the product or provide the services they are representing on behalf of clients.

  • Customer service call centers
  • Floral wire services (i.e., telemarketing services)
  • Order-taking for clients over the internet
  • Telemarketing bureaus
  • Telemarketing services on a contract or fee basis
  • Telephone call centers
  • Telephone solicitation services on a contract or fee basis
  • Wire services (i.e., telemarketing services), floral

541930 - Translation and Interpretation Services

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in translating written material and interpreting speech from one language to another and establishments primarily engaged in providing sign language services.

  • Interpretation services, language
  • Language interpretation services
  • Language services (e.g., interpretation, sign, translation)
  • Language translation services
  • Sign language services
  • Speech (i.e., language) interpretation services
  • Translation services, language

561510 - Travel Agencies

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in acting as agents in selling travel, tour, and accommodation services to the general public and commercial clients.

  • Travel agencies

523991 - Trust, Fiduciary, and Custody Activities

This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in providing trust, fiduciary, and custody services to others, as instructed, on a fee or contract basis, such as bank trust offices and escrow agencies (except real estate).

  • Administrators of private estates
  • Bank trust offices
  • Escrow agencies (except real estate)
  • Fiduciary agencies (except real estate)
  • Personal investments trust administration
  • Securities custodians
  • Trust administration, personal investment
  • Trust companies, nondepository


What Are The Related NCCI Code(s) for GL Code 47367?

The related NCCI Code(s) for General Liability Class Code 47367 is:

8742 - Salespersons or Collectors - Outside
3824 - Automobile, Bus, Truck or Trailer Body Manufacturing NOC
3647 - Battery Manufacturing - Storage
8810 - Clerical Office Employees NOC
2041 - Candy, Chocolate, and Confection Manufacturing
2111 - Cannery NOC
5403 - Carpentry - NOC
2501 - Umbrella Manufacturing
9101 - School - All Other Employees
8039 - Store - Department - Retail
5190 - Electrical Wiring - Within Buildings & Drivers
3179 - Electrical Apparatus Manufacturing NOC
6217 - Excavation & Drivers
6504 - Food Products Manufacturing NOC
3146 - Hardware Manufacturing NOC
8010 - Store - Hardware
8018 - Store - Wholesale - NOC
4558 - Paint Manufacturing
4239 - Paper Manufacturing
4484 - Plastics Manufacturing - Laminated Molded Products NOC
4299 - Printing
8017 - Store - Retail NOC
3334 - Tinfoil Manufacturing
8292 - Warehousing NOC
8288 - Livestock Sales Co. & Salespersons, Drivers
8737 - Salespersons or Collectors - Outside - Program I - Coverage Under The Federal Employers' Liability Act (fela)
8734 - Salespersons or Collectors - Outside - Program Ii - State Act Benefits - Coverage Under The Federal Employers' Liability Act (fela)
8738 - Salespersons or Collectors - Outside - Program Ii - Usl & hw Act Benefits - Coverage Under The Federal Employers' Liability Act (fela)

What Are The Related California Workers Compensation Code(s) for GL Code 47367?

The related CA Workers Comp Class Code(s) for General Liability Class Code 47367 is:

8742 - Salespersons - Outside
3815 - Automobile Truck or Automobile Truck Trailer Manufacturing or Assembling
3647 - Battery Manufacturing
8810 - Clerical Office Employees
6504 - Food Products Manufacturing or Processing
2111 - Fruit or Vegetable Preserving
5403 - Carpentry
2501 - Clothing Manufacturing
8039 - Stores - Department Stores
5190 - Electrical Wiring
3178 - Electronic Element Manufacturing
6218 - Excavation
3146 - Hardware Manufacturing
8018 - Stores - Wholesale
4558 - Paint, Varnish or Lacquer Manufacturing
4239 - Paper or Pulp Manufacturing
4498 - Plastics - Injection Molded Products Manufacturing
4494 - Plastics - Blow Molded Products Manufacturing
4299 - Printing - All Other Employees
8017 - Stores - Retail
3018 - Steel Making
8292 - Warehouses - General Merchandise
8286 - Livestock Dealers or Commission Merchants

What Are The Related Delaware Workers Compensation Code(s) for GL Code 47367?

The related DE Workers Comp Class Code(s) for General Liability Class Code 47367 is:

0951 - Salesperson - Outside
0495 - Temporary Automobile Body Manufacturing
0499 - Temporary Battery Manufacturing Staff
0953 - Office
0187 - Temporary - Candy or Gum Manufacturing
0544 - Temporary Labor - Manufacturing
0693 - Temporary - Commercial Carpentry
0191 - Temporary - Apparel Manufacturing Staff
0895 - Temporary College or School
0877 - Temporary Department Store
0695 - Temporary - Electrical Wiring
0497 - Temporary Electronic Components
0691 - Temporary - Excavation Staff
0185 - Temporary Food Products Manufacturing NOC
0881 - Temporary Hardware Store
0682 - Temporary Staff - Construction
0949 - Temporary Marketing Staff
0946 - Temporary Medical Service
0879 - Temporary Packaging Non - Crating
0587 - Temporary Paint or Colors Manufacturing
0275 - Temporary Injection Molding
0276 - Temporary Plastic Articles Manufacturing
0297 - Temporary Printing Staff
0883 - Temporary Retail Store, NOC
0491 - Temporary Nonferrous Metals
0937 - Temporary Staff - Heavy Service
0947 - Temporary Maintenance or Service
0929 - Temporary Staff - Mercantile
0867 - Temporary Warehousing Staff
0889 - Temporary Clerical Staff
0801 - Stables
8742 - Assessment Of Patient At Home - No Counseling
3824 - Automobile Body Manufacturing NOC
3179 - Circuit Board Manufacture
8810 - Clerical Office Emp; Drafting Emp; Bank Tellers; Library or Museum Emp
2041 - Candy Coating Nuts
2111 - Cannery - NOC
5403 - Carpentry NOC; Siding Intallation On Buildings Other Than Dwellings; Bleacher Erection
2501 - Canvas Goods Manufacturing Lightweight
9101 - Church Colleges Public Library or Museum School - Other Employees
8039 - Store, Department - Retail
5190 - Electrical Wiring - Within Building
6217 - Beaver Dam Demolition
6504 - Bird Food Manufacture From Seeds (mix, Grind, Package, Etc.)
3146 - Aluminum Siding Manufacture
8010 - Acetylene Gas Dealer Including Tank Filling
8059 - Aerosol Packaging As A Service (if Done As Part Of A Process Include In The Process Code)
4558 - Caulking Compound Manufacture
4239 - Chip Board Manufacturing
4484 - Bedliners - Manufacturing In Shop
4299 - Printing
8017 - Arcade
3027 - Anode Manufacture - Nickle
8292 - Field Bonded Warehouse - State Act; Storage Warehouse; Warehousing: NOC
129 - Dairy or Livestock Farm
8737 - Fela Outside Salespersons, Messengers, Collectors: Program I
8734 - Fela Outside Salespersons, Messengers, Collectors: Program Ii State Act
8738 - Fela Outside Salespersons, Messengers, Collectors: Program Ii Us Act

What Are The Related New Jersey Workers Compensation Code(s) for GL Code 47367?

The related NJ Workers Comp Class Code(s) for General Liability Class Code 47367 is:

8742 - Salespersons - Outside
3815 - Truck Body Manufacturing or Repair NOC
3656 - Battery Manufacturing - Storage - NOC
8810 - Clerical Office Employees NOC
2041 - Candy, Chocolate & Confection Manufacturing
2111 - Cannery NOC
5403 - Carpentry NOC & Drivers
2501 - Clothing Manufacturing
9106 - School: Non - Professional Employees & Drivers
8039 - Store: Department - Retail
5190 - Electrical Wiring - Within Buildings & Drivers
3179 - Electrical Apparatus Manufacturing NOC
6217 - Excavation NOC & Drivers
6504 - Food Products Manufacturing NOC
3146 - Hardware Manufacturing NOC
8010 - Store: Hardware
8055 - Packaging - Contract - Retail Size Packages
4558 - Paint Manufacturing
4239 - Paper Manufacturing
4484 - Plastics Manufacturing: Molded Products NOC
4299 - Printing
8017 - Store: Retail NOC
4249 - Foil or Paper Goods Manufacturing - Printed
8292 - Storage Warehouse NOC
7231 - Courier or Messenger Service Companies & Drivers
0082 - Cattle or Livestock Dealer & Drivers
8737 - Railroads - Salespersons - Outside
8742 - Salespersons, Collectors or Messengers - Outside
3824 - Automobile, Bus, Truck or Trailer Body Manufacturing - NOC
3647 - Battery Manufacturing - Storage
8810 - Clerical Office Employees NOC
2041 - Candy, Chocolate or Cocoa Manufacturing
2111 - Cannery NOC
5403 - Carpentry NOC - All Operations To Completion
2501 - Clothing Manufacturing
9101 - School or College - All Other Employees & Drivers
8039 - Department Store - Retail
5190 - Electrical Wiring - Within Buildings - All Operations To Completion & Drivers
3179 - Electrical Apparatus Manufacturing NOC
6217 - Excavation NOC - All Operations To Completion & Drivers
6504 - Food Sundries Manufacturing NOC - No Cereal Milling
3146 - Hardware Manufacturing NOC
7999 - Hardware Store - Wholesale
8018 - Wholesale Store NOC
4558 - Paint Manufacturing
4239 - Paper Manufacturing
4476 - Plastics Manufacturing - Molded Products NOC - Assembling and Subsequent Finishing Only
4475 - Plastics Manufacturing - Molded Products NOC
4299 - Printing
8017 - Retail Store NOC - No Service Of Food
3027 - Rolling Mill NOC & Drivers
8292 - Storage Warehouse NOC
7231 - Messenger Service Companies - Delivering Mail, Parcels, or Packages - All Employees & Drivers
8751 - Route Salespersons and Route Supervisors
8288 - Livestock Dealer or Commission Merchant & Outside Salespersons, Drivers

What Are The Related Pennsylvania Workers Compensation Code(s) for GL Code 47367?

The related PA Workers Comp Class Code(s) for General Liability Class Code 47367 is:

0951 - Salesperson - Outside
0495 - Temporary Automobile Body Manufacturing
0499 - Temporary Battery Manufacturing Staff
0953 - Office
0187 - Temporary - Candy or Gum Manufacturing
0189 - Temporary Preserving or Canning
0693 - Temporary - Commercial Carpentry
0191 - Temporary - Apparel Manufacturing Staff
0895 - Temporary College or School
0877 - Temporary Department Store
0695 - Temporary - Electrical Wiring
0497 - Temporary Electronic Components
0691 - Temporary - Excavation Staff
0185 - Temporary Food Products Manufacturing NOC
0493 - Temporary Hardware Manufacturing Staff
0881 - Temporary Hardware Store
0682 - Temporary Staff - Construction
0949 - Temporary Marketing Staff
0946 - Temporary Medical Service
0879 - Temporary Packaging Non - Crating
0587 - Temporary Paint or Colors Manufacturing
0291 - Temporary Paper or Pulp
0275 - Temporary Injection Molding
0276 - Temporary Plastic Articles Manufacturing
0297 - Temporary Printing Staff
0883 - Temporary Retail Store, NOC
0491 - Temporary Nonferrous Metals
0937 - Temporary Staff - Heavy Service
0947 - Temporary Maintenance or Service
0929 - Temporary Staff - Mercantile
0544 - Temporary Labor - Manufacturing
0867 - Temporary Warehousing Staff
0889 - Temporary Clerical Staff
0801 - Stables
8742 - Salespersons, Collectors, or Messengers - Outside
3824 - Automobile, Bus, Truck, or Trailer Body Manufacturing - NOC
3647 - Battery Manufacturing - Storage
8810 - Clerical Office Employees NOC
2041 - Candy, Chocolate, and Confection Manufacturing
2111 - Fruit Evaporating or Preserving
5403 - Carpentry NOC & Drivers
2501 - Umbrella Manufacturing
9101 - School - All Other Employees & Drivers
8039 - Department Store - Retail
5190 - Electrical Wiring & Drivers
3179 - Electrical Apparatus Manufacturing NOC
6219 - Drilling Environmental Test Holes Around Underground Tanks & Drivers
6504 - Pickle Manufacturing
3146 - Plumbers' Supplies Manufacturing NOC
8018 - Store - Wholesale NOC & Drivers
4558 - Paint Manufacturing
4239 - Paper Manufacturing
4484 - Truck Body & Cab Manufacturing - Fiberglass
4299 - Printing & Drivers
8017 - Store - Retail NOC & Drivers
3027 - Rolling Mill NOC & Drivers
8292 - Storage Warehouse - NOC & Drivers
8288 - Livestock Sales Co. & Drivers

GL Class Code 47367 - The Bottom Line

The General Liability Class Code for Sales or Service Organizations is 47367.

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Property Insurance: This policy covers a business if the property used in the business is damaged or stolen as the result of common perils like fire or theft. Commercial property insurance covers the buildings, structures and also business personal property - which includes furniture, inventory, raw materials, machinery, computers and other items.

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