North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) Canada 2017 Version 3.0
This sector comprises establishments primarily engaged in the chemical, mechanical or physical transformation of materials or substances into new products. These products may be finished, in the sense that they are ready to be used or consumed, or semi-finished, in the sense of becoming a raw material for an establishment to use in further manufacturing. Related activities, such as the assembly of the component parts of manufactured goods; the blending of materials; and the finishing of manufactured products by dyeing, heat-treating, plating and similar operations are also treated as manufacturing activities. Manufacturing establishments are known by a variety of trade designations, such as plants, factories or mills.
Manufacturing establishments may own the materials which they transform or they may transform materials owned by other establishments. Manufacturing may take place in factories or in workers' homes, using either machinery or hand tools.
Units that completely outsource the transformation process but own the input materials are classified to the manufacturing sector. Units that completely outsource the transformation process but do not own the materials are classified to merchant wholesalers in Sector 41 Wholesale trade. These units are in fact buying the completed goods from the producer with the intention to resell it. These units may design the goods being manufactured, and may have some say in the manufacturing process.
Certain activities involving the transformation of goods are classified in other sectors. Some examples are post-harvest activities of agricultural establishments, such as crop drying; logging; the beneficiating of mineral ores; the production of structures by construction establishments; and various activities conducted by retailers, such as meat cutting and the assembly of products such as bicycles and computers.
Sales branches or offices (but not retail stores) maintained by manufacturing, refining, or mining enterprises apart from their plants or mines for the purpose of marketing their products are included in Sector 41 Wholesale trade as merchant wholesalers.
This subsector comprises establishments primarily engaged in producing food for human or animal consumption.
- manufacturing beverages or tobacco (See 312 Beverage and tobacco product manufacturing)
This industry group comprises establishments, not classified to any other industry group, primarily engaged in manufacturing food.
This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing soft drink concentrates and syrup, and related products for soda fountain use or for making soft drinks.
311930 - Flavouring syrup and concentrate manufacturing
This Canadian industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing soft drink concentrates and syrup, and related products for soda fountain use or for making soft drinks.
- beverage bases, manufacturing
- beverage flavourings and syrups (except coffee-based), manufacturing
- flavouring and syrup concentrates (except coffee-based), manufacturing
- fruit syrups, flavouring, manufacturing
- soft drink concentrates (i.e., soda fountain syrup), manufacturing
- manufacturing chocolate syrup from cacao beans (See 311351 Chocolate and chocolate confectionery manufacturing from cacao beans)
- manufacturing chocolate syrup from purchased chocolate (See 311352 Confectionery manufacturing from purchased chocolate)
- manufacturing coffee flavourings and syrups (See 311920 Coffee and tea manufacturing)
- manufacturing coffee-based flavourings and syrups concentrates (See 311920 Coffee and tea manufacturing)
- manufacturing flavouring extracts (See 311940 Seasoning and dressing manufacturing)
- manufacturing frozen fruit juice concentrates (See 311410 Frozen food manufacturing)
- manufacturing powdered drink mixes (except coffee, tea and chocolate); and table syrup from corn syrup (See 311990 All other food manufacturing)
- manufacturing soft drinks (See 312110 Soft drink and ice manufacturing)
- reducing maple sap to maple syrup (See 111994 Maple syrup and products production)