The term printing refers to the process of reproducing text and images on paper, textiles, metals and other composite materials using various methods, most of which involve a master form or template.

"Printing" is in the ISIC Code "222"
  Printing and service activities related to printing

"Printing" is in the NAICS Code "323"
  (Printing and Related Support ActivitiesPrinting and Related Support Activities)


"Printing" is in the CPC Code "3513"
  Printing ink

"Printing" is in the HS Code "4802"
  Uncoated Paper And Paperboard, Of A Kind Used For Writing, Printing Or Other Graphic Purposes,And Pu

"Printing" is in the UNSPSC Code "45000000"
  Printing and Photographic and Audio and Visual Equipment and Supplies

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