Summary - Canadian Industry Statistics

Coating, Engraving, Cold and Heat Treating and Allied Activities - 3328

Definition

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.

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    In general, the hardening of metal is included. Other activities of this industry include tempering, brazing, plating (including electroplating and re-chroming), polishing, sand-blasting and colouring metal and metal products. Establishments that perform these processes on other materials, such as plastics, in addition to metals, as well as establishments primarily engaged in plating with precious metal for the trade are included.

    Exclusions

    No exclusions are specified in the 2012 NAICS Canada manual.

Information on the number and size of businesses for 2016.

Establishments

855

0-99 Employees

96.3%

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Average revenue

$1.0
million

Profitable

71.8%

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Nova Scotia

176.9%

New Brunswick

33.3%

Salaries and wages

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Manufacturing

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Exports

$216.7
thousand

Imports

$2.6
million
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