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Detailed structure and explanatory notes

ISIC Rev.2 code 1220


  • Major Division: 1 - Agriculture, Hunting, Forestry and Fishing
  • Division: 12 - Forestry and logging
  • Major Group: 122 - Logging
  • Group: 1220 - Logging

Explanatory note

Logging camps, logging contractors, and loggers primarily engaged in cutting timber and in producing rough, round, hewn, or riven forest or wood raw materials. Independent contractors engaged in trucking timber, but who perform no cutting operations are classified in group 7114 (Freight transport by road). However, the hauling and transportation of timber (trucking, rafting, etc.) up to the point of delivery to a transport or manufacturing establishment is included in this group. Logging and woods operation conducted in combination with saw mills, pulp mills, or other converting establishments which cannot be separately reported, are classified in group 3311 (Sawmills, planing and other wood mills), group 3411 (Manufacture of pulp, paper and paperboard) or group 3511 (Manufacture of basic industrial chemicals), respectively.

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