Manufacturing and production
24 sections within this sector
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This sector covers the physical or chemical transformation of materials, substances or components into new products. Materials, substances or components that are transformed are raw materials that represent products of agriculture, forestry, fishing, ore and stone extraction, as well as products of other manufacturing activities.
Manufacture of food products
It covers the processing of agricultural, forestry and fishing products to provide food for humans or animals, and includes the production of various intermediate products, meat, fruits, vegetables, dairy, coffee.
Manufacture of beverages and spirits
It covers the production of beverages of all kinds: soft drinks, mineral and bottled water, fermented spirits, beer, wine, whiskey and other spirits that include purification and distillation.
Manufacture of tobacco products
Includes tobacco processing to obtain the final tobacco products and tobacco substitutes: cigarettes, cigars, tobacco for pipe or chewing and production of homogenized or reconstituted tobacco.
Manufacture of textile and its products
It covers the preparation and spinning of textile fibers, the completion of fabrics (including clothing), the production of finished textile products such as linen, carpets and floor coverings, ropes, etc.
Manufacture of clothes and fur garments
Includes the production of all kinds of ready-made garments or tailored clothing of any material (leather, crocheted knitwear, etc.) underwear for men, women or children, work clothes, fur, etc.
Manufacture of leather and its products
It covers tanning, dyeing and processing of leather, as well as the production of final leather products. It also covers the manufacture of artificial leather products that are of the same production unit.
Manufacture of wood and its products
It covers the production of wood products such as parquet, panels, carpentry, wood packaging, ornament and tools of wood, wooden construction material except furniture and free-standing walls.
Manufacture of paper and its products
It includes the production of cellulose fibers, paper and paper articles for household or stationery, production of cardboard, wallpapers, stickers, labels, cards and other decorative paper objects.
Printing and reproduction services
It includes printing services, prepress and creating products such as magazines, books, periodicals, forms, greeting cards and other materials, as well as reproduction of recorded media.
Manufacture of coke and refined petroleum products
It covers the processing of crude oil and coal and energy-producing products. This includes the production of significant own-account products (eg coke, butane, propane, gasoline, kerosene, heating oil, etc.), as well as processing services, e.g. custom refining.
Manufacture of chemicals and chemical products
It covers the processing of organic and inorganic raw materials using chemical processes. Here, we distinguish between the production of basic chemicals, which make up the first group, and the production of intermediate and final products, which make up the remaining industrial groups, and which are produced by further processing of basic chemicals.
Manufacture of basic pharmaceutical products and preparations
It covers the production of basic pharmaceutical products and preparations. It also covers the production of medicinal chemicals and herbal products.
Manufacture of rubber and plastic products
It covers the production of rubber and plastic products and is characterized by raw materials used in the production process. This does not mean that all products made of these materials are classified in this field.
Manufacture of products of other non-metallic minerals
This area covers manufacturing activities using other non-metallic minerals. It covers the production of glass and glass products, ceramics, tiles and baked clay, cement and gypsum products, from raw materials to finished products.
Manufacture of basic metals
It covers the melting and refining of metals from ore or waste materials, in electric furnaces or by some other metallurgical process. This includes the production of cast products and alloys.
Manufacture of fabricated metal products, except machinery and equipment
This area includes the production of "clean" metal products, usually with a static, stationary function, unlike the following areas (26-30), which covered the production of combinations or assemblies of such metal products (sometimes with other materials) into more complex devices, which, unless they are purely electrical, electronic or optical, work with moving parts. Production of weapons and ammunition is also included.
Manufacture of computer, electronic and optical products
It covers the manufacture of computers, peripheral computers, communications devices and similar electronic products, including the components of these devices.
Manufacture of electrical equipment
It covers the production of generators, transformers and power distribution equipment. It covers the production of products that generate, distribute and correct electricity. It also includes the manufacture of light bulbs, signaling equipment and electric home appliances.
Manufacture of machinery and equipment
This area includes the production of machinery and equipment that acts independently, mechanically or thermally, on materials, or performs operations on materials (such as handling, dispersing, measuring or packaging), including their mechanical components that produce and apply force, as well as all specially manufactured primary parts.
Manufacture of motor vehicles, trailers and semi-trailers
It covers the production of motor vehicles for the transport of passengers and goods.
Manufacture of other transport equipment
It covers the manufacture of transport vehicles: the construction of ships intended for transport and other commercial purposes, the production of rail vehicles, aircraft and spacecraft and parts therefor.
It covers the production of furniture and related products of all materials except stone, concrete and ceramics. Furniture manufacturing procedures are standardized methods of material processing and component assembly, including cutting, shaping, molding and laminating.
It covers the production of a variety of products not covered by other activities. Given that this is a residual activity, the manufacturing processes, input materials, and the intended use of the items produced can vary greatly, so the usual business classification criteria are not applied here.
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