Use Company Information tab found on the top to get such information as whether the company is public, subsidiaries, products, executives, NAICS and SIC codes.
A company report provides comprehensive and in-depth coverage of a company.
Nexis Uni (formerly LexisNexis): select Create a Company List, and use NAICS code.
Standard and Poor's Capital IQ (formerly NetAdvantage): in a company overview, use Quick Comp for peer companies OR click Primary Industry Classification to locate more companies in that field.
10-Ks and Annual Reports to Shareholders: look for terms such as supply chain, logistics, purchasing, or transportation within the text.
IBISWorld: look for the Supply Chain, which is part of the section called "About the Industry".
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Do you know the NAICS and SIC codes for the industry you are researching?
The federal government assigns these codes to business segments for data collection and reporting purposes. NAICS (North American Industry Classification System) codes were adopted in 1997 to replace the old Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) system. Many research resources, such as databases, utilize NAICS and/or SIC codes for searching purposes.
Find NAICS and SIC codes for a specific industry at the U.S. Census Bureau website. Need help? See the NAICS tutorial on this LibGuide for some tips.