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ISIC Rev.3 code 2029Structure
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Last change: 4/9/1996
This class includes manufacture of wood products not elsewhere classified such as: tools, tool bodies, handles and bodies for brooms or brushes; boot or shoe lasts and trees of wood; statuettes and other ornaments of wood; clothes hangers; wood marquetry and inlaid wood; cases for jewellery and cutlery and similar articles of wood; household utensils and kitchenware of wood; articles of furniture such as coat and hat racks, but not standing furniture.
Manufacture of wooden spools, caps, bobbins, sewing thread reels and similar articles of turned wood.
Manufacture of other articles of wood not elsewhere classified.
Natural cork processing to obtain such products as debarked or roughly squared cork or cork blocks, sheets, plates or strip. Manufacture of agglomerated cork.
Manufacture of articles of natural or agglomerated cork.
Manufacture of plaits, plaiting materials and similar products thereof. Manufacture of similar products bound together in parallel strands or woven together in sheet form. Manufacture of mats, matting or screens.
Manufacture of baskets, wickerwork and other articles made directly to shape from plaiting materials or made up from sheets, strands or plaits.
Exclusions: Manufacture of mats or matting of spun textile materials is classified in class 1722 (Manufacture of carpets and rugs).
Manufacture of luggage or cases of wood covered with another material, e.g. plastics sheeting, is classified in class 1912 (Manufacture of luggage, handbags and the like, saddlery and harness).
Manufacture of footwear and parts of footwear is classified in class 1920.
Manufacture of lamps and lighting fittings is classified in class 3150 (Manufacture of electric lamps and lighting equipment).
Manufacture of clock cases is classified in class 3330 (Manufacture of watches and clocks).
Manufacture of furniture is classified in class 3610.
Manufacture of imitation jewellery is classified in class 3699 (Other manufacturing n.e.c.).
Manufacture of walking sticks and wooden umbrella handles is also classified in class 3699.
Manufacture of wood spools and bobbins that are parts for textile machinery is classified under 2926 (Manufacture of machinery for textile, apparel and leather production).
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