In an effort to develop a comparable product classification system, work began in 1999 on the development of a North American Product Classification System (NAPCS) as described in a Federal Register Notice of April 16, 1999.
What does NAPCS stand for?
NAPCS stands for North American Product Classification System (est. 1999)
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- Military and Government
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
- Business, finance, etc.
See other definitions of NAPCS
- New Airport Projects Co-Ordination Office (Hong Kong)
- North American Publishing Company
- Native American Program College of Engineering (now known as Native American Program School of Engineering)
- National Petroleum Company of Nigeria
- National Association for Pet Container Resources
- National Association for Plastic Container Recovery (now National Association for PET Container Resources)
- National Association of Purchasing Card Professionals
- North American Primary Care Research Group
- National Alliance for Public Charter Schools (Washington, DC)
- National Association of Postpartum Care Services
- National Association of Parents with Children in Special Education
- National Air Pollution Control Technical Advisory Committee
- National Association for the Promotion of Community University (Taiwan)
- Northwest Association of Private Colleges and Universities
- National Association of Public Child Welfare Administrators
- National Academy for Professional Driving
- National Academy of Police Diving (est. 1988)
- National Association of Pallet Distributors (UK)
- National Association of Police Divers
- New Advances for People with Disabilities (Bakersfield, CA)
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These results will feature many "firsts" including: * The first official measure of e-commerce for all industries * New information on changing business supply-chain functions * The first information on leased employees in businesses * Initial use of the North American Product Classification System for products in about 85 service industries, and * Expanded information on purchased services and classes of customers.