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GL Class Code 56202 - Leather Goods Manufacturing

GL Class Code 56202 - Leather Goods Manufacturing

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The General Liability Class Code 56202 - Leather Goods Manufacturing. Learn more about GL Code 56202 and it's related NAICS, NCCI and SIC codes.


What Is The Description Of The General Liability Class Code 56202?

The description for GL Class Code 56202 is: Leather Goods Manufacturing.


What Are The Related SIC Code(s) for GL Code 56202?

The related SIC Code(s) for General Liability Class Code 56202 - Leather Goods Manufacturing is:

Description for 3151 Leather Gloves and Mittens

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing dress, semidress, and work gloves exclusively of leather or leather with lining of other material. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing sporting and athletic gloves are classified in Industry 3949; those manufacturing dress, semidress, and work gloves and mittens of cloth or cloth and leather combined are classified in Industry 2381; and those manufacturing safety gloves are classified in Industry 3842.

  • Dress and semidress gloves, leather
  • Gloves, leather
  • Mittens, leather
  • Welders' gloves
  • Work gloves, leather

Description for 3111 Leather Tanning and Finishing

Establishments primarily engaged in tanning, currying, and finishing hides and skins into leather. This industry also includes leather converters, who buy hides and skins and have them processed into leather on a contract basis by others.

  • Bag leather
  • Belting butts, curried or rough
  • Belting leather
  • Bookbinders' leather
  • Bridle leather
  • Buffings, russet
  • Case leather
  • Chamois leather
  • Collar leather
  • Coloring of leather
  • Cutting of leather
  • Die-cutting of leather
  • Embossing of leather
  • Exotic leathers
  • Fancy leathers
  • Fleshers, leather (flesh side of split leather)
  • Garment leather
  • Glove leather
  • Handbag leather
  • Harness leather
  • Japanning of leather
  • Lace leather
  • Latigo leather
  • Leather coloring, cutting, embossing, japanning, and welting
  • Leather converters
  • Leather: tanning, currying, and finishing
  • Lining leather
  • Mechanical leather
  • Parchment leather
  • Patent leather
  • Rawhide
  • Roller leather
  • Saddlery leather
  • Shearling (prepared sheepskin)
  • Skirting leather
  • Skivers, leather
  • Sole leather
  • Specialty leathers
  • Splits, leather
  • Strap leather
  • Sweatband leather
  • Tanneries, leather
  • Upholstery leather
  • Upper leather
  • Vellum leather
  • Welting leather
  • Wet blues

Description for 3172 Personal Leather Goods, Except Women' s Handbags and Purses

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing small articles normally carried on the person or in a handbag, such as billfolds, key cases, and coin purses of leather or other materials, except precious metal. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing similar personal goods of precious metals are classified in Industry 3911.

  • Billfolds, regardless of material
  • Card cases, except precious metal
  • Cases, jewelry: regardless of material
  • Checkbook covers, regardless of material
  • Cigar cases, except precious metal
  • Cigarette cases, except precious metal
  • Coin purses, regardless of material
  • Comb cases, except precious metal
  • Compacts, solid leather
  • Cosmetic bags, regardless of material
  • Eyeglass cases, regardless of material
  • Handbags, men' s: regardless of material
  • Key cases, regardless of material
  • Leather goods, small: personal
  • Pocketbooks, men' s: regardless of material
  • Purses, men' s: regardless of material
  • Sewing cases, regardless of material
  • Tobacco pouches, regardless of material
  • Toilet kits and cases, regardless of material
  • Vanity cases, leather
  • Wallets, regardless of material
  • Watch straps, except metal

Description for 3199 Leather Goods, Not Elsewhere Classified

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing leather goods, not elsewhere classified, such as saddlery, harnesses, whips, embossed leather goods, leather desk sets, razor strops, and leather belting. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing gaskets and packing are classified in Industry 3053. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing leather and sheep-lined clothing are classified in Industry 2386.

  • Aprons, leather: e.g., blacksmiths' , welders'
  • Aprons, textile machinery: leather
  • Bags, feed: for horses
  • Belt laces, leather
  • Belts, safety: leather
  • Boots, horse
  • Boxes, leather
  • Burnt leather goods for the trade
  • Collars and collar pads (harness)
  • Corners, luggage: leather
  • Crops, riding
  • Desk sets, leather
  • Dog furnishings, leather: e.g., collars, leashes, harnesses, muzzles
  • Embossed leather goods for the trade
  • Fly nets (harness)
  • Halters (harness)
  • Handles, whip and luggage: leather
  • Harnesses and harness parts
  • Helmets, except athletic: leather
  • Holsters, leather
  • Jackets, welders' : leather
  • Lashes (whips)
  • Leather belting for machinery: flat, solid, twisted, and built-up
  • Leggings, welders' : leather
  • Mill strapping for textile mills, leather
  • Novelties, leather
  • Puttees, canvas and leather
  • Razor strops
  • Saddles and parts
  • Seatbelts, leather
  • Sleeves, welders' : leather
  • Spats
  • Stirrups, wood and metal
  • Straps except watch straps: leather
  • Whips horse
  • Whipstocks

Description for 3161 Luggage

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing luggage of leather or other materials.

  • Attache cases, regardless of material
  • Bags (luggage), regardless of material
  • Binocular cases
  • Boxes, hat: except paper or paperboard
  • Briefcases, regardless of material
  • Camera carrying bags, regardless of material
  • Cases, luggage
  • Luggage, regardless of material
  • Musical instrument cases
  • Sample cases, regardless of material
  • Satchels, regardless of material
  • Shoe kits, regardless of material
  • Suitcases, regardless of material
  • Traveling bags, regardless of material
  • Trunks, regardless of material
  • Valises, regardless of material
  • Wardrobe bags (luggage)

Description for 3171 Women' s Handbags and Purses

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing women' s handbags and purses of leather or other materials, except precious metal. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing precious metal handbags and purses are classified in Industry 3911.

  • Handbags, women' s: of all materials, except precious metal
  • Pocketbooks, women' s: of all materials, except precious metal
  • Purses, women' s: of all materials, except precious metal


GL Class Code 56202 - The Bottom Line

The General Liability Class Code for Leather Goods Manufacturing is 56202.

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