General Liability Class Code 51516

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GL Class Code 51516 - Bookbinding - Other Than Not-For-Profit

GL Class Code 51516 - Bookbinding - Other Than Not-For-Profit

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The General Liability Class Code 51516 - Bookbinding - Other Than Not-For-Profit. Learn more about GL Code 51516 and it's related NAICS, NCCI and SIC codes.


What Is The Description Of The General Liability Class Code 51516?

The description for GL Class Code 51516 is: Bookbinding - Other Than Not-For-Profit.


What Are The Related SIC Code(s) for GL Code 51516?

The related SIC Code(s) for General Liability Class Code 51516 - Bookbinding - Other Than Not-For-Profit is:

Description for 2789 Bookbinding and Related Work

Establishments primarily engaged in edition, trade, job, and library book binding. Also included in this industry are establishments primarily engaged in book or paper bronzing, gilding, and edging; in map and sample mounting, and in other services related to bookbinding. Establishments primarily binding books printed elsewhere are classified in this industry, but those primarily binding books printed in the same establishment are classified in Industry Group 273.

  • Beveling of cards
  • Binding only books, pamphlets, magazines, etc.
  • Book gilding, bronzing, edging, deckling, embossing, and gold
  • Bookbinding edition, job, library, and trade
  • Bronzing books, cards, or paper
  • Display mounting
  • Edging books, cards, or paper
  • Magazines, binding only
  • Mounting of maps and samples, for the trade
  • Pamphlets, binding only
  • Paper bronzing, gilding, edging, and deckling
  • Paper cutting, except die-cutting
  • Rebinding books, magazines, or pamphlets
  • Repairing books (bookbinding)
  • Swatches and samples, mounting for the trade
  • Trade binding services

Description for 2732 Book Printing

Establishments primarily engaged in printing, or in printing and binding, books and pamphlets, but not engaged in publishing. Establishments primarily engaged in publishing, or in publishing and printing, books and pamphlets are classified in Industry 2731. Establishments engaged in both printing and binding books, but primarily binding books printed elsewhere, are classified in Industry 2789.

  • Books: printing or printing and binding, not publishing
  • Music books: printing or printing and binding, not publishing
  • Pamphlets: printing or printing and binding, not publishing
  • Textbooks: printing or printing and binding, not publishing


GL Class Code 51516 - The Bottom Line

The General Liability Class Code for Bookbinding - Other Than Not-For-Profit is 51516.

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