Companies that manufacture, process, market, and distribute grains and grain-based consumer foods.
Companies that manufacture, process, market, and distribute fresh and/or frozen baked goods including breads, bagels, tortillas, crackers, rice cakes, croutons, cakes, pastries, pies, and other bakery products.
Companies that manage and control the transportation of products for other organizations from the point of origin to the final destination. The sector includes supply chain management, warehousing and storage, freight forwarding, and other related service providers.
Companies that develop, operate, manage, lease, sell, broker, appraise, or invest in residential and commercial real estate property holdings (including free trade zones, industrial parks, special zones, shopping malls, mixed use developments, and others).
Companies that process, manufacture, distribute, and market foodstuffs for human consumption. Includes companies that process raw materials of animal or vegetable origin into food products and companies that sell intermediary, processed, or manufactured food products.
Holding companies that engage in a variety of manufacturing, trading, and/or service industries either directly or indirectly by acquiring other enterprises such that they form a group of companies run as a single organization and under common ownership.
Companies that process, manufacture, distribute, and market foodstuffs and beverages for human consumption. The industry includes companies that process raw materials of animal and vegetable origin into food products, wholesalers of manufactured food products, and companies that produce, market, and bottle alcoholic and nonalcoholic beverages, soft drinks, juices, water, coffee and tea, and other beverages.
Companies that operate large self-service grocery stores that sell a wide range of food products such milk, dairy products, bread, soda, snacks, canned and frozen foods, fresh fruits and vegetables, fresh and prepared meats, fish, and poultry, and other food products, as well as household and personal goods that are consumed regularly; may be part of a chain that owns or controls other supermarkets located in the same or other towns.
Holding companies that engage in a variety of industries either directly or indirectly by acquiring other enterprises such that they form a group of companies run as a single organization and under common ownership. Conglomerates include organizations with diversified manufacturing, diversified services, diversified trading, and multi-line business activities.
Companies that provide transportation services of passengers and cargo through air, water, ground, and rail; companies that provide postal and messenger services; and companies that provide support services to the industry.
Companies that provide transportation services (including air, ground, and maritime transportation in addition to logistics services) and design, manufacture, assemble, and distribute transportation products (including aircrafts, automobiles, boats, and rail products).
Companies that develop and own commercial and residential real estate properties for sale or rent. The developers generally acquire land for their projects.
Companies that own and operate stores that retail general merchandise such that they are capable of retailing a large variety of goods from a single location or from individual point-of-sale locations (including supermarkets and hypermarkets, warehouse clubs and superstores, department stores, duty free stores, grocery and convenience stores, as well as other general retailers).
Companies that operate stores for retailing books, newspapers, magazines, related audio and video media, travel maps, and other products.
Companies that engage in buying goods from manufacturers, producers, or importers, either directly or through wholesalers, and organizing the resale of merchandise to the general public in small quantities. Retailers mainly sell merchandise intended for personal or household consumption, but some sell products for business and institutional clients, retailers may provide after-sales services, such as repair and installation, or process activities supplementary to retailing.
Companies that arrange for the transportation of goods by air, sea, and land on behalf of exporters, importers, and other companies or individuals. The freight forwarders act as agents and buy space from transportation companies (including trucking, shipping, rail, and/or air carriers), combine freight for many shippers, and offer related services on behalf of shippers (such as customs clearance and documents).
Companies that own and operate stores, that retail specialized merchandise, such that they retail a specific line of goods, from a single location or from individual point-of-sale locations; such stores provide display equipment and staff who are knowledgeable on the retailed line of products.