Singapore Standard Industrial Classification (SSIC) 2015

The Singapore Standard Industrial Classification (SSIC) is a classification of economic activities undertaken by economic units and is used for surveys and administrative databases. The SSIC adopts the basic framework and principles of the International Standard Industrial Classification of All Economic Activities (ISIC).  It is reviewed and updated regularly to reflect significant changes in the structure of the Singapore economy and the emergence of new activities as well as to align with changes in the international standard.

ssic2015This eleventh edition of the SSIC supersedes previous editions. More details on the classification at the four- and five-digit levels, as well as the principles, scope and structure of the classification are available in the publication “Singapore Standard Industrial Classification 2015”.



Correspondence Tables

Previous Classifications

Complete Report (SSIC 2010) pdf(2 Mb) 
Complete Report (SSIC 2005)pdf(1.5 Mb)
Complete Report (SSIC 2000) pdf(1.4 Mb)  
2-Way Correspondence Table Between SSIC 2010 and SSIC 2005excel(385kb)
2-Way Correspondence Table Between SSIC 2005 and SSIC 2000excel(303kb)
SSIC search (based on SSIC 2015)