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ISIC Rev.3 code 0200Structure
This class includes growing of standing timber: planting, replanting, transplanting, thinning and conserving of forests and timber tracts.
Operation of tree nurseries.
Logging: logging camps, logging contractors and loggers primarily engaged in felling timber and producing wood in the rough such as pitprops, split poles, pickets, hewn railway ties or fuel wood.
Gathering of wild growing forest materials: balatta and other rubber-like gums; cork; lac, resins and balsams; vegetable hair and eel grass; acorns and horse-chestnuts; mosses, lichens and cut evergreen trees used for festive occasions; or other wild growing materials.
Forestry service activities: timber cruising, timber evaluation, firefighting and forest management including afforestation respectively reforestation.
Logging service activities: transport of logs in association with logging chiefly within the forest.
Exclusions: Growing of trees for natural rubber latex is classified in class 0111 (Growing of cereals and other crops n.e.c.).
Growing and gathering of mushrooms or truffles are classified in class 0112 (Growing of vegetables, horticultural specialties and nursery products).
Activities producing berries or edible nuts are classified in class 0113 (Growing of fruit, nuts, beverage and spice crops).
Production of wood chips, coniferous or non-coniferous, is classified in class 2010 (Sawmilling and planing of wood).
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