North American Industry Classification System code (NAICS): 332
This subsector comprises establishments primarily engaged in forging, stamping, forming, turning and joining processes to produce ferrous and non-ferrous metal products, such as cutlery and hand tools, architectural and structural metal products, boilers, tanks and shipping containers, hardware, spring and wire products, turned products, and bolts, nuts and screws.
This industry group comprises establishments primarily engaged in shaping hot metal by forging to produce a part near its final size and shape; or pressing and cutting sheet metal stock to form stampings. These establishments generally operate on a job or order basis, manufacturing metal stampings or forgings for sale to others or for inter-plant […]Read More…Learn More Follow This Sector
This industry group comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing non-precious and precious plated cutlery and flatware. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing files and other hand and edge tools for metalworking, woodworking and general maintenance are included. […]Read More…Learn More Browse 20 Jobs Follow This Sector
This industry group comprises establishments primarily engaged in cutting, forming and joining metal to manufacture products, such as power boilers, heat exchangers and tanks of heavy gauge metal, and cans, boxes and other light gauge metal containers. […]Read More…Learn More Browse 3 Jobs Follow This Sector
This industry group comprises establishments primarily engaged in operating machine shops, which use machine tools, such as lathes and automatic screw machines, for turning, boring, threading or otherwise shaping metal, to manufacture parts, other than complete machines, for the trade. Shops that set up to do production runs of industrial fasteners, such as bolts, nuts […]Read More…Learn More Browse 45 Jobs Follow This Sector
This industry group comprises establishments primarily engaged in coating, engraving, heat treating and similarly processing metal. These activities often involve heating the metal, and the purpose is often to harden it. In general, the hardening of metal is included. Other activities of this industry group include tempering, brazing, plating (including electroplating and re-chroming), polishing, sand-blasting […]Read More…Learn More Browse 9 Jobs Follow This Sector
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