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Description for 2631: Paperboard Mills

Division D: Manufacturing | Major Group 26: Paper And Allied Products

Industry Group 263: Paperboard Mills

2631 Paperboard Mills
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing paperboard, including paperboard coated on the paperboard machine, from wood pulp and other fiber pulp; and which may also manufacture converted paperboard products. Establishments primarily engaged in integrated operations of producing pulp and manufacturing paperboard are included in this industry if primarily shipping paperboard or paperboard products. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing converted paperboard products from purchased paperboard are classified in Industry Group 265 or Industry Group 267. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing insulation board and other reconstituted wood fiberboard are classified in Industry 2493.
  • Binders'board-mitse
  • Bottle cap board-mitse
  • Boxboard-mitse
  • Bristols, bogus-mitse
  • Cardboard-mitse
  • Clipboard (paperboard)-mitse
  • Clay coated board-mitse
  • Container board-mitse
  • Folding boxboards-mitse
  • Leatherboard-mitse
  • Liner board, kraft and jute-mitse
  • Manila lined board-mitse
  • Matrix board-mitse
  • Milk carton board-mitse
  • Newsboard-mitse
  • Paperboard mills, except building board mills
  • Paperboard, except building board-mitse
  • Patent coated paperboard-mitse
  • Pressboard-mitse
  • Setup boxboard-mitse
  • Shoe board-mitse
  • Special food board-mitse
  • Stencil board-mitse
  • Strawboard, except building board-mitse
  • Tagboard-mitse
  • Wet machine board-mitse

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