Standard Industrial Classification Code

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Standard Industrial Classification Code

A four digit code used in business to classify the industry to which a company belongs. The SIC code was created by the U.S. government in 1937 to facilitate communication within and between businesses and industries. For the most part, the SIC was replaced by the six digit NAICS in 1997, but the SEC still uses the SIC. For example, an oil & gas exploration company might file with the SEC under the SIC code 1382.
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Tenders are invited for Providing open well type submersible pump set i/c service connection cable and fire fighting equipments in connection with C/o building for 1KW FM Transmitter cum ancillary structure at Zunheboto Nagaland Document cost : INR 590 EMD value : INR 5084 Opening date : 22 Jan 2018
During this period, 943 proclaimed offenders were arrested and 5084 cases were also disposed off.
The number of restaurant licences fell slightly for the fourth year in a row but the total number of Scots pubs rose to 5084 - four more than in 2000.
The SD 5084 is an 80 mm spindle with a 500 to 20,000 rpm speed range powered by a synchronous motor and equipped with an HSK 32E toolholding system.
The end of the economic package, known as Incentive Law 5084, would mean that a "subsidized firm paying TL 250 a month for a workers' salary might now pay TL 400 a month," he said.
To vote for the couple and help them win their dream wedding, you can register your vote on 0901 566 5084, not 5081 as previously reported.
The accounts show on September 5, the day before Diana's funeral, the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh used a jet from the Queen's Squadron to fly from Balmoral, at a cost of pounds 5084.
Anyone who wants more information should call Mr O'Brien's office on 024 7631 5084.
People wanting help in putting an application together can contact Jon Mulholland at Mr O'Brien's constituency office in Bedworth on 024 7631 5084.
For more information, contact Mike O'Brien's constituency office on 024 7631 5084, or the Department of Trade and Industry's claim handlers to make a claim directly on 0800 587 0753.
Phone the Eaga Partnership free on 0800 316 6011 or ring Mr O'Brien's office on 024 7631 5084 if you think you might qualify.