Companies that operate stores for retailing sporting goods (including athletic outdoor equipment, bicycles and accessories, firearms and accessories, fitness equipment, golf equipment, sports clothing, and other sporting goods and equipment).
Companies that import and/or distribute a variety of (three or more) consumer goods products.
Companies that operate stores for retailing innerspring, box spring, and other mattresses such as mattresses for water beds.
Companies that operate stores for retailing electronics and appliances (including consumer electronics, home appliances, cameras and photography supplies, and other electronics and appliances). These companies may also offer repair and maintenance of the retailed electronic equipment and appliances.
Companies that operate stores or showrooms for retailing wood, metal, and other home furniture (including stock or custom-made furniture, assembled or unassembled furniture such as bed rooms, dining rooms, kitchens, and other furniture).
Companies that operate stores for retailing indoor and outdoor lighting equipment, non-electric lighting equipment, lamp shades, and lighting fixture components (including table, floor, wall, yard, portable or ceiling fixture lamps, and related equipment) for home and office usage.
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. Most retailers operate stores for walk-in customers, and present related display and advertising, but companies also include non-store retailers.
Companies that design, manufacture, market and distribute a variety of consumer goods.
Companies that provide facilities to store goods and commodities on a fee basis. The companies offer facilities that include refrigerated storage, bulk farm product storage, and other facilities.
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.
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 operate stores for retailing personal products (including make up, skin care products, hair care products, hair dyes, and other cosmetic and beauty supplies).
Companies that operate stores for retailing auto parts and accessories (such as engines, carburetors, pistons, valves, electrical and electronic equipment, tires, lighting, steering, and seating equipment, air-conditioning systems, and other components and accessories).
Companies that operate stores or showrooms for retailing home furniture and home furnishings.
Companies that operate stores or showrooms for retailing furniture and accessories (including floor and window coverings, home furniture and accessories, lighting equipment, mattresses and office furniture).
Companies that retail products through non-store settings (including catalog, mail order, or television sales, direct selling, online retailers, and other retailers that do not operate from stores).
Companies that operate stores for retailing home appliances (including refrigerators, dishwashers, ovens, irons, coffeemakers, hair dryers, electric razors, air-conditioners, microwave ovens, sewing machines, vacuum cleaners, and other home appliances). These companies may also offer repair and maintenance of the retailed electronic equipment and appliances.
Companies that operate stores or showrooms for retailing home furnishings or accessories (including kitchenware, tableware, collectibles, and other accessories for the home).
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 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 operate stores for retailing toys and games (including action figures, animals and stuffed toys, blocks, building sets and models, dolls, games and puzzles, learning toys and systems, riding toys, outdoor play, vehicles and trains, and other toys and games). These products exclude video games and consoles.
Companies that operate stores for retailing stationery, school supplies, art supplies, and office supplies (including pens, pencils, markers, crayons, chalk, staplers, paper, note pads, and other stationary).
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 operate stores for retailing one or several lines of personal care products (including cosmetics and skin care products, hygienic paper products, perfumes, toiletries, and other personal products).
Companies that operate stores for retailing consumer tools, building materials, garden supplies, and other items used in home improvement, maintenance, and light construction.
Companies that retail all types of merchandise using the Internet (including online auctions, and email orders). These companies act as brokers who facilitate consumer-to-consumer and business-to-consumer selling by providing the electronic location for retail but do not take title to the goods being sold.
Companies that operate stores for retailing floor and window coverings (including carpets, rugs, hardwood, blinds, shutters, curtains, and similar products).