SIC Codes and Counts by Division

Division: E — Transportation, Communications, Electric, Gas, And Sanitary Services

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Code Industry TitleUS Business
40Railroad Transportation2,787
4011Railroads, Line-haul Operating2,456
4013Switching and Terminal Services331
41Local, Suburban Transit & Interurbn Hgwy Passenger Transport56,379
4111Local and Suburban Transit8,876
4119Local Passenger Transportation, Nec28,934
4131Intercity and Rural Bus Transportation1,007
4141Local Bus Charter Service1,748
4142Bus Charter Service, Except Local2,326
4151School Buses2,370
4173Bus Terminal and Service Facilities446
42Motor Freight Transportation311,061
4212Local Trucking, Without Storage173,258
4213Trucking, Except Local57,358
4214Local Trucking With Storage9,770
4215Courier Services, Except By Air11,123
4221Farm Product Warehousing and Storage810
4222Refrigerated Warehousing and Storage1,486
4225General Warehousing and Storage45,248
4226Special Warehousing and Storage, Nec9,490
4231Trucking Terminal Facilities2,518
43United States Postal Service22,547
4311U.S. Postal Service22,547
44Water Transportation16,380
4412Deep Sea Foreign Transportation of Freight715
4424Deep Sea Domestic Transportation of Freight358
4432Freight Transportation On The Great Lakes127
4449Water Transportation of Freight2,488
4481Deep Sea Passenger Transportation, Except Ferry187
4489Water Passenger Transportation546
4491Marine Cargo Handling1,174
4492Towing and Tugboat Service1,019
4499Water Transportation Services, Nec2,334
45Transportation by Air23,704
4512Air Transportation, Scheduled2,428
4513Air Courier Services1,789
4522Air Transportation, Nonscheduled2,200
4581Airports, Flying Fields, and Services17,287
46Pipelines, Except Natural Gas1,327
4612Crude Petroleum Pipelines889
4613Refined Petroleum Pipelines260
4619Pipelines, Nec178
47Transportation Services288,021
4724Travel Agencies43,787
4725Tour Operators10,625
4729Passenger Transportation Arrangement966
4731Freight Transportation Arrangement58,400
4741Rental of Railroad Cars168
4783Packing and Crating1,361
4785Inspection and Fixed Facilities788
4789Transportation Services, Nec171,926
4812Radiotelephone Communication37,899
4813Telephone Communication, Except Radio29,129
4822Telegraph and Other Communications462
4832Radio Broadcasting Stations13,040
4833Television Broadcasting Stations4,589
4841Cable and Other Pay Television Services8,498
4899Communication Services, Nec56,088
49Electric, Gas and Sanitary Services83,535
Total US Business Entities1,827,357

Division: E — Transportation, Communications, Electric, Gas, And Sanitary Services

This division includes establishments providing, to the general public or to other business enterprises, passenger and freight transportation, communications services, or electricity, gas, steam, water or sanitary services, and all establishments of the United States Postal Service.

For many of the industries in this division, the establishments have activities, workers, and physical facilities distributed over an extensive geographic area. For this division, the establishment is represented by a relatively permanent office, shop, station, terminal, or warehouse, etc. that is either (1) directly responsible for supervising such activities or (2) the base from which personnel operate to carry out these activities.

Many of the industries are engaged in various related activities. For example, establishments of communications, pipeline, and utility enterprises include a variety of activities, such as power generation, pumping, transmission, and distribution. Establishments primarily engaged in such activities are all classified in this division. Establishments primarily engaged in new or replacement construction for establishments of these types of enterprises are classified as operating establishments in Division C, Construction. Locations engaged in activities such as sales of electric appliances to household consumers are classified in Division G, Retail Trade.

The establishments classified in this division furnish services to the general public or to other business enterprises; establishments which furnish similar services only to other establishments of the same enterprise are classified as auxiliary to the establishments or units of the enterprise which they serve. However, separate establishments primarily engaged in long-distance trucking, stevedoring, water transportation, or pipeline transportation are classified according to their activity and not as auxiliaries, even though they serve only establishments of the same enterprise.