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GL Class Code 51896 - Clothing Manufacturing

GL Class Code 51896 - Clothing Manufacturing

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What Is The Description Of The General Liability Class Code 51896?

The description for GL Class Code 51896 is: Clothing Manufacturing.


What Are The Related SIC Code(s) for GL Code 51896?

The related SIC Code(s) for General Liability Class Code 51896 - Clothing Manufacturing is:

Description for 2331 Women' s, Misses' , and Juniors' Blouses and Shirts

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing women' s, misses' , and juniors' blouses and shirts from purchased woven or knit fabrics. Knitting mills primarily engaged in manufacturing outerWear are classified in Industry 2253. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing girls' , children' s, and infants' blouses and shirts are classified in Industry 2361.

  • Blouses: women' s, misses' , and juniors'
  • Shirts, outerwear: women' s, misses' , and juniors'
  • Sweatshirts women' s, misses' , and juniors'
  • Tank tops, outerwear: women' s, misses' , and juniors

Description for 2389 Apparel and Accessories, Not Elsewhere Classified

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing suspenders, garters, handkerchiefs, and other apparel, not elsewhere classified, such as academic caps and gowns, vestments, and theatrical costumes. Also included are establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing clothing by cutting and joining (for example, by adhesives) materials such as paper and non-woven textiles.

  • Arm bands, elastic
  • Band uniforms
  • Burial garments
  • Caps and gowns, academic
  • Costumes: e.g., lodge, masquerade, theatrical
  • Cummerbunds
  • Footlets
  • Garter belts
  • Garters
  • Gowns, hospital: surgical and patient
  • Gowns: academic, choir, clerical
  • Handkerchiefs, except paper
  • Prayer shawls
  • Regalia
  • Suspenders
  • Uniforms, band
  • Vestments, academic and clerical

Description for 3942 Dolls and Stuffed Toys

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing dolls, doll parts, and doll clothing, except doll wigs. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing stuffed toys are also included in this industry. Doll Wigs are classified in Industry 3999.

  • Dolls, doll parts, and doll clothing: except wigs
  • Dolls, miniature: collectors'
  • Stuffed toys (including animals)
Description for 2381 Dress and Work Gloves, Except Knit and All-Leather

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing dress, semidress, and work gloves and mittens from purchased woven or knit fabrics, or from these materials combined with leather or plastics. Knitting mills primarily engaged in manufacturing gloves and mittens are classified in Industry 2259; establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing leather gloves are classified in Industry 3151; those manufacturing sporting and athletic gloves are classified in Industry 3949; and those manufacturing safety gloves are classified in Industry 3842.

  • Dyeing gloves, woven or knit: for the trade
  • Glove linings, except fur
  • Gloves and mittens, woven or knit

Description for 2259 Knitting Mills, Not Elsewhere Classified

Establishments primarily engaged in knitting gloves and other articles, not elsewhere classified. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing woven or knit fabric gloves and mittens from purchased fabrics are classified in Industry 2381.

  • Bags and bagging-mitse
  • Bedspreads-mitse
  • Curtains-mitse
  • Dishcloths-mitse
  • Dyeing and finishing knit gloves and mittens
  • Elastic girdle blanks-mitse
  • Girdles (elastic) and other foundation garments-mitse
  • Gloves-mitse
  • Linings, shoe-mitse
  • Meat bagging-mitse
  • Mittens-mitse
  • Stockinettes-mitse
  • Towels-mitse
  • Washcloths-mitse

Description for 2353 Hats, Caps, and Millinery

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing hats, caps, and millinery, and hat bodies. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing millinery trimmings are classified in Industry 2396. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing hats and caps of paper are classified in Industry 2679; those manufacturing caps of rubber are classified in Industry 3069; those manufacturing caps of plastics are classified in Industry 3089; and those manufacturing fur hats are classified in Industry 2371.

  • Baseball caps, except plastics
  • Caps: textiles, straw, fur-felt, and wool-felt
  • Chauffeurs' hats and caps, cloth
  • Harvest hats, straw
  • Hat bodies fur-felt, straw, and wool-felt
  • Hats, trimmed
  • Hats textiles, straw, fur-felt, and wool-felt
  • Helmets, jungle-cloth: wool-lined
  • Millinery
  • Opera hats
  • Panama hats
  • Police hats and caps, except protective head gear
  • Uniform hats and caps, except protective head gear

Description for 2251 Women' s Full-Length and Knee-Length Hosiery, Except Socks

Establishments primarily engaged in knitting, dyeing, or finishing women' s and misses' full-length and knee-length hosiery (except socks) both seamless and full-fashion, and panty hose. Establishments primarily engaged in knitting, dyeing, or finishing women' s and misses' knee-length socks and anklets are classified in Industry 2252. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing elastic (orthopedic) hosiery are classified in Industry 3842.

  • Dyeing and finishing women' s full-length and knee-length hosiery,
  • Hosiery, women' s full-length and knee-length, except socks
  • Nylons, women' s full-length and knee-length
  • Panty hose, women' s
  • Stockings, women' s full-length and knee length, except socks
  • Tights, women' s

Description for 2252 Hosiery, Not Elsewhere Classified

Establishments primarily engaged in knitting, dyeing, or finishing hosiery, not elsewhere classified. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing women' s full-length and knee-length hosiery (except socks), and panty hose are classified in Industry 2251. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing elastic (orthopedic) hosiery are classified in Industry 3842.

  • Anklets, hosiery
  • Boys' hosiery
  • Children' s hosiery
  • Dyeing and finishing hosiery, except women' s full-length and
  • Girls' hosiery
  • Hosiery, except women' s and misses' full-length and knee-length
  • Leg warmers
  • Men' s hosiery
  • Nylons, except women' s full-length and knee-length
  • Socks
  • Socks, slipper-mitse
  • Stockings, except women' s and misses' full-length and knee-length
  • Tights, except women' s

Description for 2253 Knit Outerwear Mills

Establishments primarily engaged in knitting outerwear from yarn or in manufacturing outerwear from knit fabrics produced in the same establishment. Establishments primarily engaged in hand knitting outerwear for the trade are included in this industry. Establishments primarily engaged in knitting gloves and mittens are classified in Industry 2259, and those manufacturing outerwear from purchased knit fabrics are classified in Major Group 23.

  • Bathing suits-mitse
  • Bathrobes-mitse
  • Beachwear-mitse
  • Blouses-mitse
  • Body stockings-mitse
  • Caps-mitse
  • Collar and cuff sets-mitse
  • Dresses, hand-knit
  • Dresses-mitse
  • Dyeing and finishing knit outerwear except hosiery, gloves, and
  • Hats-mitse
  • Headwear-mitse
  • Housecoats-mitse
  • Jackets-mitse
  • Jerseys and sweaters-mitse
  • Jogging suits-mitse
  • Leotards-mitse
  • Lounging robes-mitse
  • Mufflers-mitse
  • Neckties-mitse
  • Pants, outerwear-mitse
  • Scarfs-mitse
  • Shawls-mitse
  • Shirts, outerwear-mitse
  • Shoulderettes-mitse
  • Ski suits-mitse
  • Skirts-mitse
  • Slacks-mitse
  • Suits-mitse
  • Sweat bands-mitse
  • Sweat pants-mitse
  • Sweat shirts-mitse
  • Sweaters and sweater coats-mitse
  • Tank tops-mitse
  • Ties-mitse
  • Trousers-mitse
  • Warmup and jogging suits-mitse
  • Wristlets-mitse

Description for 2254 Knit Underwear and Nightwear Mills

Establishments primarily engaged in knitting underwear and nightwear from yarn or in manufacturing underwear and nightwear from knit fabrics produced in the same establishment. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing underwear and nightwear from purchased knit fabrics are classified in Major Group 23. Establishments primarily engaged in knitting robes are classified in Industry 2253.

  • Briefs, underwear-mitse
  • Drawers, apparel-mitse
  • Dyeing and finishing knit underwear
  • Gowns, night-mitse
  • Negligees-mitse
  • Nightgowns-mitse
  • Nightwear-mitse
  • Pajamas-mitse
  • Panties-mitse
  • Shirts, underwear-mitse
  • Shorts, underwear-mitse
  • Slips-mitse
  • Step-ins-mitse
  • Underwear-mitse
  • Union suits-mitse

Description for 2258 Lace and Warp Knit Fabric Mills

Establishments primarily engaged in knitting, dyeing, or finishing warp (flat) knit fabrics, or in manufacturing, dyeing, or finishing lace goods.

  • Bed sets, lace
  • Cloth, warp knit-mitse
  • Covers, lace: chair, dresser, piano, and table
  • Curtains and curtain fabrics, lace
  • Dyeing and finishing lace goods
  • Dyeing and finishing warp knit fabrics
  • Edgings, lace
  • Fabrics, warp knit-mitse
  • Finishing of warp knit fabrics
  • Galloons, lace
  • Knit fabrics, warp: knitting, dyeing, or finishing
  • Lace goods: curtains, bedspreads, table covers, flouncings, and
  • Lace, knit
  • Laces: Barmen, bobbinet, levers, and Nottingham
  • Mosquito netting, warp knit-mitse
  • Netting made on a lace or net machine
  • Netting, knit-mitse
  • Pile fabrics, warp knit
  • Tricot fabrics
  • Warp (flat) knit fabrics

Description for 2329 Men' s and Boys' Clothing, Not Elsewhere Classified

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing men' s and boys' clothing, not elsewhere classified, from purchased woven or knit fabrics. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing leather and sheep-lined garments are classified in Industry 2386. Knitting mills primarily engaged in manufacturing outerwear are classified in Industry 2253.

  • Athletic clothing men' s and boys'
  • Bathing suits: men' s and boys'
  • Coats, except tailored or work: men' s and boys'
  • Coats, oiled fabric and blanket-lined: men' s and boys'
  • Down-filled clothing: men' s and boys'
  • Feather-filled clothing: men' s and boys'
  • Field jackets, military
  • Gymnasium clothing men' s and boys'
  • Hunting coats and vests men' s
  • Jackets, non-tailored except work men' s and boys'
  • Jackets, sport, non-tailored men' s and boys'
  • Knickers, dress (separate): men' s and boys'
  • Lumber jackets men' s and boys'
  • Mackinaws: men' s and boys'
  • Melton jackets men' s and boys'
  • Pants, athletic and gymnasium men' s and boys'
  • Pants, men' s and boys' : sweats athletic, gymnasium, ski, and
  • Riding clothes men' s and boys'
  • Shirt and slack suits, non-tailored men' s and boys'
  • Shorts, outerwear men' s and boys'
  • Ski suits: men' s and boys'
  • Sports clothing, non-tailored men' s and boys'
  • Suits, men' s and boys' : warm-up, jogging, snow, and ski
  • Sweater jackets men' s and boys'
  • Sweater vests: men' s and boys'
  • Sweaters men' s and boys'
  • Swimsuits men' s and boys'
  • Swimwear, men' s and boys'
  • Uniforms, athletic and gymnasium: men' s and boys'
  • Vests, non-tailored including sweater-men' s and boys'
  • Windbreakers men' s and boys'

Description for 2326 Men' s and Boys' Work Clothing

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing men' s and boys' work shirts, workpants (excluding jeans and dungarees), other work clothing, and washable service apparel. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing separate trousers and slacks are classified in Industry 2325.

  • Aprons, work, except rubberized and plastics men' s
  • Coveralls, work: men' s and boys'
  • Industrial garments: men' s and boys'
  • Jackets, overall and work men' s and boys'
  • Laboratory coats: men' s
  • Medical uniforms, men' s
  • Overall jackets: men' s and boys'
  • Overalls, work men' s and boys'
  • Pants, work, except jeans and dungarees men' s and boys'
  • Service apparel, washable men' s
  • Shirts, work: men' s and boys'
  • Suits, work: men' s
  • Uniforms, non-tailored work type: men' s
  • Uniforms, work: men' s
  • Work garments, waterproof, men' s and boys' : except raincoats
  • Workpants, except jeans and dungarees men' s and boys'

Description for 2323 Men' s and Boys' Neckwear

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing men' s and boys' neckties, scarves, and mufflers from purchased woven or knit fabrics. Knitting mills primarily engaged in manufacturing neckties, scarves, and mufflers are classified in Industry 2253.

  • Ascots: men' s and boys'
  • Bow ties: men' s and boys'
  • Mufflers: men' s and boys'
  • Neckties: men' s and boys'
  • Scarves: men' s and boys'
  • Ties, handsewn

Description for 2321 Men' s and Boys' Shirts, Except Work Shirts

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing men' s and boys' shirts (including polo and sport shirts) from purchased woven or knit fabrics. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing work shirts are classified in Industry 2326. Knitting mills primarily engaged in manufacturing outerwear are classified in Industry 2253.

  • Blouses, boys'
  • Collars, men' s and boys'
  • Flannel shirts, except work shirts: men' s, youths' , and boys'
  • Polo shirts: men' s and boys'
  • Shirts, outerwear; except work shirts: men' s and boys'
  • Sport shirts: men' s and boys'
  • Sweatshirts: men' s and boys'
  • Tank tops: men' s and boys'
  • Uniform shirts, except athletic or work: men' s and boys'

Description for 2591 Drapery Hardware and Window Blinds and Shades

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing curtain and drapery rods, poles, and fixtures; and venetian blinds and other window blinds and shades, except of canvas. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing canvas shades and awnings are classified in Industry 2394.

  • Blinds venetian
  • Blinds vertical
  • Curtain rods, poles, and fixtures
  • Drapery rods, poles, and fixtures
  • Porch shades, wood slat
  • Shade pulls, window
  • Shades, window: except canvas
  • Window shade rollers and fittings


GL Class Code 51896 - The Bottom Line

The General Liability Class Code for Clothing Manufacturing is 51896.

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