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GL Class Code 57725 - Paper Goods Manufacturing

GL Class Code 57725 - Paper Goods Manufacturing

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The General Liability Class Code 57725 - Paper Goods Manufacturing. Learn more about GL Code 57725 and it's related NAICS, NCCI and SIC codes.


What Is The Description Of The General Liability Class Code 57725?

The description for GL Class Code 57725 is: Paper Goods Manufacturing.


What Are The Related SIC Code(s) for GL Code 57725?

The related SIC Code(s) for General Liability Class Code 57725 - Paper Goods Manufacturing is:

Description for 2674 Uncoated Paper and Multiwall Bags

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing uncoated paper bags, or manufacturing multiwall bags and sacks, whether or not coated or containing plastics film or metal foil. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing bags from plastics, unsupported film, foil, coated paper, or laminated or coated combinations of these materials, are classified in Industry 2673; and those manufacturing textile bags are classified in Industry 2393.

  • Bags, paper: uncoated
  • Glassine bags, uncoated paper
  • Grocers' bags and sacks, uncoated paper
  • Merchandise bags, uncoated paper
  • Multiwall bags, paper
  • Sacks, multiwall or heavy-duty shipping sack
  • Shipping sacks, paper
  • Shopping bags, uncoated paper
  • Variety bags, uncoated paper

Description for 2673 Plastics, Foil, and Coated Paper Bags

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing bags of unsupported plastics film, coated paper, metal foil, or laminated combinations of these materials, whether or not printed. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing uncoated paper bags and multiwall bags and sacks are classified in Industry 2674; those manufacturing textile bags are classified in Industry 2393; and those manufacturing garment storage bags, except of plastics film and paper, are classified in Industry 2392.

  • Frozen food bags
  • Garment storage bags, coated paper or plastics film
  • Merchandise bags, plastics
  • Pliofilm bags
  • Trash bags, plastics film, foil, and coated paper
  • Wardrobe bags (closet accessories), plastics film or coated
  • Waste bags, plastics film and laminated

Description for 2655 Fiber Cans, Tubes, Drums, and Similar Products

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing from purchased materials fiber cans, cones, drums, and similar products, with or without metal ends, and vulcanized fiber boxes.

  • Ammunition cans or tubs, paperboard laminated with metal foil
  • Bobbins, fiber
  • Bottles, paper fiber
  • Boxes, vulcanized fiber
  • Candelabra tubes, fiber
  • Cans, composite: foil-fiber and other combinations
  • Cans, fiber (metal-end or all-fiber
  • Cases, mailing: paper fiber (metal-end or all-fiber)
  • Cones, fiber: for winding yarn, string, ribbons, or cloth
  • Containers, laminated phenolic and vulcanized fiber
  • Containers, liquid tight fiber (except sanitary food containers)
  • Cores, fiber (metal-end or all-fiber)
  • Drums, fiber (metal-end or all-fiber)
  • Hampers, shipping: vulcanized fiber
  • Mailing cases and tubes, paper fiber (metal-end or all-fiber)
  • Pans and voids, fiber or cardboard
  • Ribbon blocks, fiber
  • Spools, fiber (metal-end or all-fiber)
  • Textile reels, fiber
  • Textile spinning bobbins, fiber (metal-end or all-fiber)
  • Tubes, fiber or paper (with or without metal ends)
  • Tubes, for chemical and electrical uses: impregnated paper or
  • Wastebaskets, fiber (metal-end or all-fiber)

Description for 2782 Blankbooks, Looseleaf Binders and Devices

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing blankbooks, looseleaf devices, and library binders; and in ruling paper.

  • Account books
  • Albums
  • Binders, looseleaf
  • Blankbook making
  • Chart and graph paper, ruled
  • Checkbooks
  • Diaries
  • Inventory blankbooks
  • Ledgers and ledger sheets
  • Library binders, looseleaf
  • Looseleaf devices and binders
  • Looseleaf forms and fillers, pen ruled or printed only
  • Memorandum books, printed
  • Paper ruling
  • Passbooks
  • Receipt books
  • Record albums
  • Sample books
  • Scrapbooks

Description for 2656 Sanitary Food Containers, Except Folding

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing non-folding food containers from special foodboard. Important products of this industry include fluid milk containers, round nested food containers, paper cups for hot or cold drinks, and stamped plates, dishes, spoons, and similar products. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing similar items of plastics materials are classified in Industry Group 308 and those making folding sanitary cartons are classified in Industry 2657.

  • Containers, food, sanitary: except folding
  • Cups, paper: except those made from pressed or molded pulp
  • Dishes, paper: except those made from pressed or molded pulp
  • Drinking cups, paper except those made from pressed or molded
  • Drinking straws, except glass or plastics
  • Food containers, non-folding paperboard, sanitary
  • Food containers, sanitary: except folding
  • Frozen food containers, non-folding paperboard
  • Ice cream containers, non-folding paperboard
  • Milk cartons, paperboard
  • Plates, paper: except those made from pressed or molded pulp
  • Soda straws, except glass or plastics
  • Spoons, paper: except those made from pressed or molded pulp
  • Utensils, paper: except those made from pressed or molded

Description for 2679 Converted Paper and Paperboard Products, Not Elsewhere Classified

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing miscellaneous converted paper or paperboard products, not elsewhere classified, from purchased paper or paperboard. Also included in this industry are pressed and molded pulp goods, such as papier-mache articles, other than statuary and art goods.

  • Building paper, laminated
  • Cigarette paper, book
  • Conduits, fiber (pressed pulp)
  • Confetti
  • Crepe paper
  • Cups, pressed and molded pulp
  • Dishes, pressed and molded pulp
  • Doilies, paper
  • Egg cartons, molded pulp
  • Egg case filler flats, molded pulp
  • Excelsior, paper
  • False faces, papier-mache
  • Filter paper, converted
  • Foil board
  • Fuel cell forms, cardboard
  • Gift wrap paper
  • Halloween lanterns, papier-mache
  • Hats, paper
  • Honeycomb core and board
  • Insulating batts, fills, and blankets: paper
  • Insulation, cellulose
  • Masks, papier-mache
  • Novelties, paper
  • Pallet spacers, fiber
  • Paper, building: laminated
  • Paper, corrugated
  • Paper, crepe and crepe paper products
  • Papier-mache articles, except statuary and art goods
  • Pin tickets, paper
  • Pipe and fittings, molded pulp
  • Plates, pressed and molded pulp
  • Pressed products from wood pulp
  • Pulp products, pressed and molded: except statuary
  • Rolls, paper: adding machine, telegraph tape, etc.
  • Spoons, pressed and molded pulp
  • Tags, paper: unprinted
  • Telegraph tape, paper
  • Teletypewriter paper, rolls with carbon
  • Utensils, pressed and molded pulp
  • Wallcoverings: paper
  • Wallpaper, embossed plastics: made on textile backing
  • Wallpaper

Description for 2676 Sanitary Paper Products

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing sanitary paper products from purchased paper, such as facial tissues and handkerchiefs, table napkins, toilet paper, towels, disposable diapers, and sanitary napkins and tampons.

  • Cleansing tissues
  • Diapers, disposable
  • Facial tissues
  • Handkerchiefs, paper
  • Napkins, paper
  • Napkins, sanitary
  • Tampons
  • Toilet paper
  • Towels, paper

Description for 2678 Stationery, Tablets, and Related Products

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing stationery, tables, looseleaf fillers, and related items from purchased paper. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing envelopes are classified in Industry 2677.

  • Correspondence-type tablets
  • Desk pads, paper
  • Fillers for looseleaf devices, except printed forms
  • Looseleaf fillers and ream paper in filler sizes, except printed
  • Memorandum books, except printed
  • Newsprint tablets and pads
  • Notebooks, including mechanically bound by wire, plastics, etc.
  • Papeteries
  • Stationery
  • Tablets and pads, book and writing
  • Writing paper and envelopes, boxed sets

Description for 2677 Envelopes

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing envelopes of any description from purchased paper and paperboard. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing stationery are classified in Industry 2678.

  • Envelopes, printed or unprinted: paper, glassine, cellophane, and


GL Class Code 57725 - The Bottom Line

The General Liability Class Code for Paper Goods Manufacturing is 57725.

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