Concrete is described as the mixture of Portland cement, sand, gravel, and water. Used to make garage and basement floors, sidewalks, patios, foundation walls, etc. It is commonly reinforced with steel rods or wire screening.

"Concrete" is in the CPC Code "5454"
  Concrete services

"Concrete" is in the HS Code "2517"
  Pebbles, Gravel,Broken Or Crushed Stone, Of A Kind Commonly Used For Concrete Aggregates, For Road M

"Concrete" is in the UNSPSC Code "22101614"
  Concrete paving strike offs

Ref: 122604/2006-10-11

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