This classification applies to spinning and weaving natural and synthetic fibers, including but not limited to cotton, jute, wool, nylon or polyester, to produce yarn, thread or fabric. This classification also applies to the manufacture of spun or woven products, including but not limited to braid, silk fly fishing lines, webbing, rope, carpet seam tape, cloth labels, fire hose, nets and plush or velvet fabric. This classification also applies to the manufacture of jute or hemp carpets or rugs.
The extrusion of plastic to produce plastic strands for spinning or weaving shall be classified as 4495, Plastics — extrusion molded products mfg.
Knitting operations shall be classified as 2362, Knitting.
The bleaching, dyeing, mercerizing and finishing of textile fabrics shall be classified as 2413, Textiles.
|Shown below is the previously published phraseology and footnote||Effective Date|
|SPINNING OR WEAVING — natural and synthetic fibres — N.O.C.||1/1/2016|
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