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Memorandum D10-14-55 - Tariff Classification of Wood

17 Oct 2008. This memorandum explains the Canada Border Services Agency's interpretation regarding the tariff classification of certain flooring products under Chapters 44 and 45 of the Customs Tariff.

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Slip Op. 16-70 UNITED STATES COURT OF INTERNATIONAL. pdf

15 Jul 2016. improperly denied GRK's protest of Customs' classification of GRK's imported steel screw fasteners and that the . .. can be used to anchor composite decking to wood beams. Def. Facts ¶ 35. meaning of the tariff terms at issue or determining the proper classification of the subject articles.” GRK II, 761 F.3d .

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AP-2011-055 _ CITT - Appeals - Decisions - MONTERRA LUMBER

6 Nov 2012. Classification at Subheading and Tariff Item Levels. Border Services Agency , pursuant to subsection 60, with respect to a request for review of an advance ruling on tariff classification regarding certain wood-plastic composite decking marketed under the trade name ® .

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NY N023402 - The tariff classification of wood plastic

In your letter dated February 12, 2008, on behalf of JW International, LLC, you requested a tariff classification ruling. Five sample wood plastic. These wood plastic composites are a wood substitute and can be used in making decks, furniture, docks, fences, walkways and in other applications where wood is usually used.

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Decks. Deck Code Official - Composite

Decks: How long have you been studying composite decking? Roger Axel: I first ran into the subject of composite decking about 10 year ago while working for the Uniformity Committee. The committee looked at how we could clarify the gray areas in the building code and try to direct consistent methods for enforcement.

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Classifying wood for import and export - GOV.UK

3 Aug 2012. This guide will help you to identify what is and what isn't covered in chapter 44 of the Integrated Tariff of the United Kingdom. Chapter 44 covers wood and wood products under heading codes 4401 to 4421. For classification purposes the term 'wood' also includes bamboo and other woody materials.

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