Paper & Allied

SIC 2611 Pulp Mills - Description, Market Prospects, Industry History

Followed by Canada, the U.S. pulp industry is by far the world's largest, representing roughly one-third of worldwide production in recent years.

SIC 2621 Paper Mills - Description, Market Prospects, Industry History

This category covers establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing paper from wood pulp, wastepaper, and other fiber pulp, and they may also manufacture converted paper products. Establishments primarily engaged in integrated pulping and papermaking are included in this industry if they primarily ship paper or paper products.

SIC 2631 Paperboard Mills - Description, Market Prospects, Industry History

U.S. paperboard mill production was 46.8 million tons in 2001—a 4.5 percent decrease from 2000, when production was 49.0 million tons.

SIC 2652 Setup Paperboard Boxes - Description, Market Prospects, Industry History

Establishments in this industry manufacture setup (rigid) paperboard boxes from purchased paperboard. This classification includes setup paperboard boxes, paperboard filing boxes, and metal-edged newsboard boxes.

SIC 2653 Corrugated and Solid Fiber Boxes - Description, Market Prospects, Industry History

This category covers establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing corrugated and solid fiber boxes and related products from paperboard or fiber stock. Important products of this industry include corrugated and solid fiberboard boxes, pads, partitions, display items, pallets, single face products, and corrugated sheets.

SIC 2655 Fiber Cans, Tubes, Drums and Similar Products - Description, Market Prospects, Industry History

Establishments in this industry are primarily engaged in manufacturing fiber cans, tubes, drums, cones, and similar products from purchased paperboard. These products can be made with or without metal ends.

SIC 2656 Sanitary Food Containers, Except Folding - Description, Market Prospects, Industry History

Sanitary food containers have been a strong growth market for the paper industry. Despite increasing consumer interest in reducing usage of disposable products, the convenience of disposable paper products has continued to appeal to growing numbers of consumers.

SIC 2657 Folding Paperboard Boxes, Including Sanitary - Description, Market Prospects, Industry History

Establishments in this industry are primarily engaged in manufacturing folding paperboard boxes from purchased paperboard, including folding sanitary food boxes or cartons (except milk cartons). Products include folding paperboard boxes such as cereal boxes; folding cartons; frozen food containers; ice cream containers; folding sanitary food pails, such as those used for takeout food from restaurants; and paperboard backs for blister packages.

SIC 2671 Coated and Laminated Packaging Paper and Plastics Film - Description, Market Prospects, Industry History

SIC 2672 Coated and Laminated Paper, Not Elsewhere Classified - Description, Market Prospects, Industry History

This classification incorporates a wide variety of products and companies. In 2001, the value of shipments for the laminated and coated paper industry declined to $10.61 billion, down from nearly $11.19 billion in 1997, but still higher than the $8.87 billion worth of goods shipped in 1994.

SIC 2673 Plastics, Foil and Coated Paper Bags - Description, Market Prospects, Industry History

Note: The U.S. Economic Census now reports industrial information under the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) instead of the Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) system.

SIC 2674 Uncoated Paper and Multiwall Bags - Description, Market Prospects, Industry History

The uncoated paper and multiwall bag industry remained stagnant in the late 1990s. Shipment volumes of $2.8 billion in 2000 were equal to those of the early 1990s.

SIC 2675 Die-Cut Paper and Paperboard and Cardboard - Description, Market Prospects, Industry History

Products in this industry classification include pasted chip board; bottle caps and tops; cardboard foundations and cutouts; pasted, laminated line and surface coated paperboard; plain paper cards; tabulating cards; die-cut paper and paperboard; egg cartons and egg case fillers and flats; and filing folders, index cards, and paperboard library cards.

SIC 2676 Sanitary Paper Products - Description, Market Prospects, Industry History

This classification covers establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing sanitary paper products from purchased paper, such as facial tissues and handkerchiefs, table napkins, toilet paper, paper towels, disposable diapers, and sanitary napkins and tampons.

SIC 2677 Envelopes - Description, Market Prospects, Industry History

The envelope category is classified as a converting operation, since it transforms a finished product (rolls and sheets of paper and paperboard or synthetic materials) into envelopes. In 2000 U.S.

SIC 2678 Stationery, Tablets, and Related Products - Description, Market Prospects, Industry History

Establishments in this industry are primarily engaged in manufacturing stationery, tablets, loose-leaf fillers, and related items from purchased paper. Products include correspondence-type tablets, paper desk pads, loose-leaf filler paper, memo books, newsprint tablets and pads, notebooks, stationery, and various other padded paper products.

SIC 2679 Converted Paper and Paperboard Products, Not Elsewhere Classified - Description, Market Prospects, Industry History

Establishments in this category are primarily engaged in manufacturing miscellaneous converted paper or paperboard products, not elsewhere classified, from purchased paper or paperboard. Products in this classification include gift wrap, pressed and molded pulp goods, laminated building papers, fiber conduits, crepe paper, pressed and molded pulp cups, pressed and molded dishes, molded pulp egg cartons, and converted filter paper.

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