206000 Manufacture of man-made fibres

This type includes:

  • manufacture of synthetic or artificial filament tow
  • manufacture of synthetic or artificial staple fibres, not carded, combed or otherwise processed for spinning
  • manufacture of synthetic or artificial filament yarn, including high-tenacity yarn
  • manufacture of synthetic or artificial monofilament or strip

This type excludes:

  • spinning of synthetic or artificial fibres (see 1310)
  • manufacture of yarns made of man-made staple (see 1310)

additives for cements; artificial fibre; artificial grains; artificial or synthetic fibres; artificial or synthetic monofilament; artificial yars, synthetic fibres; cables of artificial or synthetic filament; synthetic fibres, artificial yarns; synthetic filaments; yarns in polyamide; yarns in polyester

Codification rules

Priority in case of multiple activities

If production, repair and sales activities are carried out, the priority is as follows :

- if production and sale: production takes priority
- if production and repair: production takes priority
- if repair and sale: repair takes priority

Outsourced activities (outsourcing)

There are several types of outsourcing, the enterprise may outsource::
• Part of a production process, classification: production
• All of a production process
o & owner of commodities, classification: production
o & non-owner of commodities, classification: section G, M or N :

For a construction enterprise:
• Part of the construction activities, classification: construction - section F

Further information:
- Introduction to NOGA 2008

Corresponding NOGA2002 codes