Singapore Standard Industrial Classification (SSIC) 2010

The Singapore Standard Industrial Classification (SSIC) is a classification of economic activities undertaken by economic units and is used for statistical surveys and censuses of population, households and establishments and, increasingly, in administrative databases. 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.

SSICThis tenth 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 2010.

Printed copies of the publication are available for sale at S$14.45 (inclusive of GST, excluding postage).

  • Complete Report
  • Classification of Industries


  • Industries by Alphabetical Index

Correspondence Tables

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