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Shaw Industries Inc. v. United States

May 27, 1983

SHAW INDUSTRIES, INC., MOHASCO CORPORATION, QUEEN CARPET CORPORATION, AND TICE YARNS, APPELLANTS,
v.
THE UNITED STATES, APPELLEE



Bennett, Jack R. Miller, and Edward S. Smith, Circuit Judges.

Miller

JACK R. MILLER, Circuit Judge.

This case is before us on appeal by Shaw Industries, Inc., from the judgment of the Court of International Trade, 4 CIT 188, 554 F. Supp. 1240 (1982), on stipulated facts, sustaining the Government's classification of Shaw's imported machinery under Tariff Schedules of the United States (TSUS) item 670.43 and rejecting Shaw's claimed classification under TSUS item 670.12. We affirm.

Familiarity with the facts set forth in the opinion below is presumed.

The pertinent statutory provisions, found in TSUS, Schedule 6, Part 4, Subpart E, are set forth below:

SCHEDULE 6.--METALS AND METAL PRODUCTS

Part 4.--Machinery and Mechanical Equipment

Subpart E.--Textile Machines; Laundry and Dry-Cleaning Machines; Sewing Machines

[Classified]:

Machinery for washing, cleaning, drying, bleaching, dyeing, dressing, finishing or coating textile filaments, yarns, fabrics or made-up textile articles . . . and parts of such machinery:

670.43

Other 8% ad val.

[Claimed ...


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