NAICS Code
454310 - Fuel Dealers

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North American Industry Classification System Code 454310 - Fuel Dealers

NAICS Code 454310 - Fuel Dealers

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Get information about this North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) Code and its related General Liability, National Council on Compensation Insurance (NCCI) and Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) codes.

Learn more about the NAICS 454310 in the Retail Trade sector and its related General Liability, NCCI, and SIC codes.


What Is The Description Of The NAICS Code 454310?

The description for the NAICS Code 454310 - Fuel Dealers is:

This Industry Comprises Establishments Primarily Engaged In Retailing Heating Oil, Liquefied Petroleum (lp) Gas, and Other Fuels Via Direct Selling.

  • Alternative fuels, direct selling
  • Bottled gas dealers, direct selling
  • Coal dealers, direct selling
  • Firewood dealers, direct selling
  • Fuel oil (i.e., heating) dealers, direct selling
  • Heating oil dealers, direct selling
  • Liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) dealers, direct selling



What Are The Related North American Industry Classification System Code(s) for NAICS Code(s) 454310?

The related North American Industry Classification System Code(s) for NAICS Code 454310 - Fuel Dealers is:

  • Providing oil burner repair services--are classified in U.S. Industry 811411, Home and Garden Equipment Repair and Maintenance; and
  • Installing oil burners--are classified in Industry 238220, Plumbing, Heating, and Air-Conditioning Contractors.



NAICS Code 454310 - The Bottom Line

The North American Industry Classification System NAICS Code for Fuel Dealers is 454310 in the Retail Trade sector.

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