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Detailed structure and explanatory notes

ISIC Rev.1 code 350

Structure   

Hierarchy
  • Division: 2-3 - Manufacturing
  • Major Group: 35 - Manufacture of Metal Products, except Machinery and Transport Equipment
  • Group: 350 - Manufacture of Metal Products, except Machinery and Transport Equipment

Explanatory note

Manufacture of basic metal forms into finished products such as tin cans and other tin ware; hand tools; cutlery and hardware; hollow ware; metal stampings; lighting fixtures; fabricated wire products; metal shipping containers; safes and vaults; steel springs; bolts, nuts, washers, and rivets; collapsible tubes; ordnance, including small arms and accessories; and all other metal products not elsewhere classified. This group includes industries such as those engaged in enamelling, japanning and lacquering; galvanizing, plating and polishing metal products; blacksmithing and welding. Manufacture of silverware and jewellery is classified in group 394 (Manufacture of jewellery and related articles). The manufacture of specialized automobile, aircraft and ship parts is classified in the appropriate group of major group 38 (Manufacture of transport equipment).







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