NAICS 325 Chemicals and Chemical Products
These statistics are for the Chemicals and chemical products industry, based on the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code 325.
|1 Industry Canada estimates.
Source: Statistics Canada.
Note: The step change in establishments observed in 2004 was due to a change by Statistics Canada in the minimum threshold size necessary for inclusion of establishments in the annual data. This change had only a minor impact on other principal statistics.
|2003||2 122||42.69||92 166||33.28||20.40|
|2004||3 315||47.16||84 091||35.57||24.29|
|2005||3 049||48.64||81 882||37.40||26.86|
|2006||2 955||49.89||79 990||39.35||28.93|
|2007||2 944||48.21||78 091||40.42||32.34|
|2008||2 834||49.65||80 934||42.10||31.99|
|2009||2 734||39.75||79 087||39.91||26.48|
|2010||2 7341||42.451||77 6701||40.86||27.93|
This subsector comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing chemicals and chemical preparations, from organic and inorganic raw materials.
Exclusion(s): Establishments primarily engaged in:
- field processing of crude petroleum and natural gas (211, Oil and Gas Extraction)
- beneficiating mineral ores (212, Mining (except Oil and Gas))
- processing crude petroleum and coal (324, Petroleum and Coal Products Manufacturing)
- smelting and refining ores and concentrates (331, Primary Metal Manufacturing)
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