Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Customs Rules on Classification of Flocked Open-Work Warp Knit Fabric

In a letter dated September 4, 2014, U.S. Customs and Border Protection ruled (NY N245406) that a flocked polyester/nylon open-work warp knit fabric, from Mexico, characterized by a pattern of dots, ranging in size from approximately ¼ to ¾ inches, printed onto the knit fabric using flock fibers, is classified at 6005.34.0010, HTSUS, with a rate of duty of 10%. For more on tariff classification of flocked and flocked articles, see the Agathon Associates report at http://www.agathonassociates.com/textile-pri/flock/classification.htm.

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