North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) Canada 2012


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331317 - Aluminum rolling, drawing, extruding and alloyingCAN

This Canadian industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in rolling purchased aluminum ingots; further hot or cold-rolling to produce sheet, plate or foil; drawing aluminum alloys into products such as wire; extruding basic shapes; and alloying or re-alloying aluminum or aluminum alloys. Establishments primarily engaged in drawing aluminum wire, whether or not the establishment further works the wire by such operations as insulating it, are included. Establishments primarily engaged in recovering aluminum from scrap are also included.

  • Illustrative example(s)

    • aluminum basic shapes (e.g., bar, ingot, rod, sheet), made from purchased aluminum
    • aluminum foil and sheet, made by flat rolling purchased aluminum
    • aluminum wire and cable, made from purchased aluminum
    • aluminum, recovering from scrap or dross
    • insulated aluminum wire (e.g., apparatus, energy, coaxial, communication) made in aluminum wire drawing plants
    • molten aluminum, made from purchased aluminum
    • wire, aluminum, made in wire drawing plants

    All examples

  • Exclusion(s)

    • rolling, drawing, extruding or alloying aluminum produced in the same establishment (See 331313 Primary production of alumina and aluminum)
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