To register each brand of new products in business, the International Classification of Goods and Services is used. At the initial stage, the applicant determines which category his activities fall into. In the future, this will be the basis for the implementation of registration procedures and determine the amount of the fee paid by the entrepreneur. The process of selecting a category itself has much in common with the All-Russian Classifier of Types of Economic Activities (OKVED) used in the Russian Federation when registering companies. However, there are differences. One of the significant ones is that the International Classifier of Goods and Services covers a wider range of types of commercial activities. The entire list is divided into two sections. In the first part, the list of ICGS includes categories 1 to 34. The second section is a shorter one. In this part, the classification of services , the numbering is from 35 to 45. The applicable categories are listed below with a brief description.
Grade 1 MKTU - these are all products of chemical production. These include, in particular:
- products of industrial, scientific, forestry, gardening and agricultural purposes;
- all raw resins obtained synthetically and plastic materials that have not been processed;
- various types of fertilizers;
- compounds used in fire extinguishing processes;
- compositions used in hardening and soldering of metal objects;
- food preservation products;
- structures with adhesive properties.
The following substances belong to this class:
- various types of paints (varnish, varnishes);
- means used to protect metal from corrosion (wood from decay);
- substances with a coloring effect;
- natural resins that have not passed the processing stage;
- various types of metals (powder and sheet) used in artistic printing or used in decorative design.
The list of goods of the third class consists of:
- substances used in washing and bleaching;
- cleaning, polishing, degreasing preparations;
- various types of soap;
- perfumes (cosmetics, lotions, oils);
- dentifrices (powders, paste).
MKTU codes 4-6
Substances in the fourth category:
- fuels and lubricants (various fuels, oils, etc.);
- chemical means, absorbing, binding dust compounds;
- lighting devices.
The fifth class includes substances used in the pharmaceutical and veterinary industries. This also includes hygiene items, types of special nutrition (baby, dietary), types of food additives, dressings (bandages, plasters), materials used in dentistry, means for disinfecting and destroying parasites, herbicides and fungicides. Grade 6 includes metals, their alloys, as well as building materials made from them, movable structures, elements for rail laying. The same category includes wire and cables, staples and locks, pipes and other products from the specified raw materials that do not belong to other classes.
Classes MKTU from 7 to 12
The seventh category includes:
- machines, machines;
- engines, connecting elements and parts that provide transmission (excluded those that are used in land vehicles);
- agricultural implements, except for those working with manual control;
- vending machines.
The eighth grade includes tools and tools intended for manual use. This category also includes knives and their varieties, cutlery (spoons, forks), products recognized as melee weapons, razors. Grade 9 includes all devices used in certain types of science and art. These include geodesy, cartography, photography, cinema, as well as optics and mechanics, kinematics and statics. Also under this category are cash registers, typewriters, computers and computers.
Categories 10 to 15
Under the tenth grade fall devices used in various fields of modern medicine. This, in particular, surgery, dentistry, prosthetics, orthopedics. The MKTU classification also relates to the tenth category related materials (for example, threads for suturing). The 11th includes devices for heating, lighting, processing products using heat, cooling or steam, ventilation and drying, used in the distribution of water, sanitary equipment. The 12th grade includes parts of land vehicles: engines, gear elements, various types of connections. Also in this category are vehicles equipped with an air cushion. The 13th class defines firearms and pyrotechnics. To the 14th class belong:
- metals of noble breeds and products from them;
- goods related to the jewelry industry, precious stones and jewelry;
- watches, other types of chronometric devices.
On the 15th grade are musical instruments. These include, in particular, mechanical pianos with related devices, caskets. This also includes electronic and electric musical instruments.
Categories 16 to 20
The list of classes of the ICGS of the sixteenth section includes stationery, paper and products made on its basis. 17 categories belong to:
- rubber, asbestos, rubber, gutta-percha, mica and various products from them, not included in other sections;
- goods made from partially processed plastic;
- insulation materials;
- flexible pipes made of non-metal raw materials.
Grade 18 includes leather and leather products, leather products, saddlery products and accessories used in road conditions. According to the 19th section are building materials made of non-metal. In particular, these are hard pipes, bitumen, resins and asphalt, mobile structures, monuments. Class 20 includes furniture and its plastic components that do not belong to the rest of the classes.
Categories 21 to 28. Short Description
Grade 21 includes:
- kitchen utensils, household utensils;
- sponges used in the household;
- all types of brushes, except brushes;
- materials intended for brushes;
- means for cleaning and cleaning;
- metal washcloths;
- untreated glass and some products from it, not related to other sections.
22 category includes: ropes and ropes, nets and tents, awnings and bags, tarpaulins and sails, printed materials (except for rubber and plastic products), fibrous raw materials from textiles. The classes of MKTU 23 and 24 include yarn and textile threads, products from these materials, tablecloths, bedspreads and blankets. The 25th category includes clothes, various shoes, as well as hats. Grade 26 includes haberdashery and shoe products. The 27th class includes various floor coverings (linoleum, carpets, mats, mats, etc.), wall-paper and upholstery materials not made from textiles. Section 28 includes all types of toys, products intended for sports, Christmas-tree decorations.
Categories 29 to 34. Summary
Classes MKTU 29 and 30 include food products of animal origin. This also includes vegetables that have undergone some training, ready for the processes of consumption or preservation. These categories also include vegetable food products that have undergone appropriate processing, are suitable for consumption or conservation. The same classes of MKTU include food additives that improve the taste of products. 31 categories include: unprocessed food products resulting from the use of agriculture and economic activity in the forest zone, as well as animal feed. The 32nd class includes: beer, soft drinks, including carbonated and mineral waters, fruit juices, compositions used for the manufacture of these products. The 33 category includes alcoholic beverages (except beer). The 34th class includes tobacco, matches, smoking accessories.
Categories 35 to 45
The following services are included in the 35th grade:
- based on assistance in the operation (implementation of activities) of the organization (industrial, commercial, commercial);
- Assistance in managing the organization;
- advertising services.
The 36th category includes proposals in the field of financial activities, operations of the monetary structure. This also includes actions with real estate, insurance. The 37th class includes construction and repair services, equipment installation. 38th category is telecommunication services. The 39th class covers the activities of packing, moving and storing goods, as well as organizing travel. The 40th class includes material processing services. The 41st section includes activities on education, the educational process, the organization of entertainment, cultural and leisure and sports events. The 42nd class includes services in the field of science and technology. The same section includes various types of research and development, industrial analysis procedures. This category also includes activities for the maintenance and improvement of software. The 43rd class includes types of services for the provision of food and drinks, as well as for providing temporary accommodation. The 44th section includes medical and veterinary activities, proposals in the field of cosmetology and hygiene, agriculture, gardening and forestry. The 45th class includes legal services. This section also includes proposals to ensure the safety of individuals and property, as well as a number of individual social services to meet the interests of consumers.