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Products of wood, cork, straw and plaiting material

Basic module

PCR information

This is a PCR Basic Module for CPC Division 31 Products of wood, cork, straw and plaiting material. PCR Basic Modules are used as guidance documents/templates when developing PCRs, but do not constitute PCR documents in themselves.

This PCR Basic Module can be used for developing PCRs for the following Groups and underlying Classes and Subclasses within the Central Product Classification (CPC v3):

 

311 Wood, sawn or chipped lengthwise, sliced or peeled, of a thickness exceeding 6 mm; railway or tramway sleepers (cross-ties) of wood, not impregnated
312 Wood continuously shaped along any of its edges or faces; wood wool; wood flour; wood in chips or particles
313 Wood in the rough, including those treated with paint, stains, creosote or other preservatives; railway or tramway sleepers (cross-ties) of wood, impregnated
314 Boards and panels
315  Veneer sheets; sheets for plywood; densified wood
316 Builders' joinery and carpentry of wood (including cellular wood panels, assembled parquet panels, shingles and shakes)
317 Packing cases, boxes, crates, drums and similar packings, of wood; cable-drums of wood; pallets, box pallets and other load boards, of wood; casks, barrels, vats, tubs and other coopers' products and parts thereof, of wood (including staves)
319 Other products of wood; articles of cork, plaiting materials and straw

PCR's based on this module

CPC PCR Name PCR Status
3170 Crates for food Published
32153 Crates for food Published
36490 Crates for food Published

The complete CPC structure is available here.

Detailed information

Name: Products of wood, cork, straw and plaiting material
CPC Codes:31 Products of wood, cork, straw and plaiting materials
Date of publication: 2010-11-30
Version: 3.01
GPI version: General Programme Instructions 3 (2017-)
Geographical scope: Global
PCR committee: The International EPD System

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