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Classification Phraseology as of:
1/1/2018
 
Classification Code:
3560(2)
 
Phraseology:
MACHINERY MFG. — industrial — N.O.C.
Footnote:

This classification applies to the manufacture of industrial machinery utilized in metal working, woodworking, plastics manufacturing, textiles, paper producing, printing and chemical industries. This includes items such as lathes, drills, printing equipment, bindery equipment, power presses, plating units and chemical mixers.

Installation or repair operations away from the shop shall be separately classified.

The manufacture of commercial food processing equipment or machinery shall be classified as 3560(1), Machinery Mfg. — commercial food processing equipment.

The manufacture of material handling equipment shall be classified as 3560(3), Machinery Mfg. — material handling equipment.

The manufacture of portable power tools shall be classified as 3501(1), Machinery Mfg. — portable tools and lawn care.

The manufacture or shop repair of agricultural, construction, mining or ore milling equipment shall be classified as 3507, Machinery or Equipment Mfg.

Approved Pure Premium Rate:
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Effective DatePure Premium RateNote
1/1/2018$3.40New/Renewal
7/1/2017$3.41New/Renewal
1/1/2017$3.70New/Renewal
Prior Phraseology and Footnote:
Shown below is the previously published phraseology and footnoteEffective Date

Phraseology:
MACHINERY MFG. — industrial — N.O.C.

Footnote:
This classification applies to the manufacture of industrial machinery utilized in metal working, woodworking, plastics manufacturing, textiles, paper producing, printing and chemical industries. This includes items such as lathes, drills, printing equipment, bindery equipment, power presses, plating units, and chemical mixers.

1/1/2014
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