Other Metal Goods Industry, n.e.c.

This subgroup includes: - Metal household equipment industry, such as kitchenware like plates, dishes, bowls, teapots, pots, pans, kettles, and others; other non-electrical kitchen equipment used on tables or in kitchens; other small hand-operated kitchen equipment and their accessories; metal ironing equipment industry. - Bath tub, washbasin, sink, and similar items industry. - Metal office supplies industry, excluding furniture. - Safe, steel cabinet, steel door, and others industry. - Various metal equipment industry, such as ship propellers and the like, ship anchors, bells, installed railway fixtures, clamps, buckles, hooks, and similar items. - Metal cables woven with the like. - Uninsulated metal cables or insulated metal cables that cannot be used as electrical conductors. - Nail and umbrella nail industry. - Plug, cap, and similar non-threaded items industry. - Screw machine product industry. - Tin can industry. - Permanent metal magnet industry. - Empty air metal bottles or jugs industry. - Non-electric metal sign industry. - Metal badge and military metal badge industry. - Metal hair curler and metal comb, frame, and umbrella handle industry. This subgroup does not include: - Ferrite and ceramic magnet industry, see 2393. - Tank and reservoir industry, see 2512. - Sword and bayonet industry, see 2593. - Clock or watch spring industry, see 2652. - Wire and cable for electrical conductors, see 2732. - Electric power transmission chain industry, see 2814. - Shopping cart industry, see 3099. - Metal furniture industry, see 3100. - Sports equipment industry, see 3230. - Play and children's toy equipment industry, see 3240.

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