Office of Management and Budget, Standard Industrial Classification
Manual 1987 (Washington, DC U.
Standard Industrial Classification
(SIC) 35, formerly called Nonelectrical Machinery.
3) For a detailed presentation of the 1987 SIC revisions, see Standard Industrial Classification
Manual, 1987, Executive Office of the President, Office of Management and Budget (Washington, DC: U.
To minimize these compliance burdens, TEI recommends the adoption of a safe harbor under which an exchange of businesses within the same four-digit Industry Number of the Standard Industrial Classification
System would not be subject to the multiple-asset exchange rules.
The industry categories listed in this revenue procedure are derived from the Standard Industrial Classification
codes (the "SIC" codes) set forth in the Office of Management and Budget Standard Industrial Classification
The Census value-added-weighted production indexes are used at the four-digit Standard Industrial Classification
(SIC) level, yielding measures of change in industry output from 1977 to 1982.
The publisher points out that all company profiles contain critical sales, marketing and research data such as company name, telephone, FAX numbers, key executives by name and title, number of employees, sales volume, Standard Industrial Classification
codes, plant square footage, and year established.
Major listings are sorted alphabetically for quick look-ups as well as geographically, by Standard Industrial Classification
code, and by Harris' unique 4,200 product and industrial service categories.
1) The company is in the manufacturing Standard Industrial Classification
Clients also can print out community profiles, lists of companies in the selected Standard Industrial Classification
codes or other demographic and economic information tailored to their needs.
Plants producing electrical machinery and those in the miscellaneous-manufacturing standard industrial classification
gained a whole percentage point during April.
The directory, published annually in cooperation with the Ohio Department of Development, lists nearly 60,000 executives by name and title, telephone and fax numbers, organizes firms by Standard Industrial Classification
code and by product types, and includes other information vital for reaching Ohio's manufacturers.