North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) Canada 2017 Version 2.0


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321111 - Sawmills (except shingle and shake mills)MEX

This Canadian industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing boards, dimension lumber, timber, poles and ties, and siding, from logs and bolts. These establishments produce lumber that may be rough, or dressed by a planing machine to achieve smoothness and uniformity of size, but (except in the case of siding) is generally not further worked or shaped.

  • Illustrative example(s)

    • chipping logs (except in the forest)
    • dimension lumber (e.g., 2x4), made from logs or bolts
    • lath, made from logs or bolts
    • lumber (i.e., rough, dressed), made from logs or bolts
    • sawdust and shavings, made from logs or bolts
    • siding, dressed lumber, manufacturing
    • ties, railroad, made from logs or bolts
    • timber, made from logs or bolts

    All examples

  • Exclusion(s)

    • chipping logs in the forest (See 113311 Logging (except contract))
    • manufacturing portable commercial chippers (e.g., brush, limb and log) (See 333120 Construction machinery manufacturing)
    • shake and shingle mills (See 321112 Shingle and shake mills)
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