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ISIC Rev.3 code 2021Structure
This class includes manufacture of veneer sheets thin enough to be used for veneering or making plywood or for other purposes. The sheets may be obtained by sawing, slicing or peeling (rotary cutting) and may be smoothed, dyed, coated or impregnated or reinforced with paper or fabric backings or made in the form of motifs.
It also includes manufacture of plywood, veneered panels and similar laminated wood and manufacture of particle board and fibreboard. Characteristic for the production of these goods is that they are obtained by using high pressure presses, whether or not in combination with glues.
Production of densified wood is included in this class.
Exclusions: Manufacture of sliced or peeled wood of a thickness greater than that commonly found in plywood is classified in class 2010 (Sawmilling and planing of wood).
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