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GL Class Code 59989 - Wool Pulling

GL Class Code 59989 - Wool Pulling

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The General Liability Class Code 59989 - Wool Pulling. Learn more about GL Code 59989 and it's related NAICS, NCCI and SIC codes.


What Is The Description Of The General Liability Class Code 59989?

The description for GL Class Code 59989 is: Wool Pulling.


What Are The Related SIC Code(s) for GL Code 59989?

The related SIC Code(s) for General Liability Class Code 59989 - Wool Pulling is:

Description for 2282 Yarn Texturizing, Throwing, Twisting, and Winding Mills

Establishments primarily engaged in texturizing, throwing, twisting, winding, or spooling purchased yarns or manmade fiber filaments wholly or chiefly by weight of cotton, manmade fibers, silk, or wool, mohair or similar animal fibers, or in performing such activities on a commission basis. Establishments primarily engaged in dyeing or finishing purchased yarns or finishing yarns on a commission basis are classified in Industry 2231 if the yarns are of wool and in Industry 2269 if they are of other fibers. Establishments primarily engaged in producing and texturizing manmade fiber filaments and yarns in the same plant are classified in Industries 2823 or 2824.

  • Acetate filament yarn: throwing, twisting winding, or spooling
  • Acrylic and modacrylic filament yarn: throwing, winding, or spooling
  • Animal fiber yarn: twisting, winding, or spooling
  • Beaming yarns for the trade
  • Mohair yarn: twisting, winding, or spooling
  • Nylon yarn: throwing, twisting, winding, or spooling
  • Polyester filament yarn: throwing, twisting, winding, or spooling
  • Polypropylene filament yarn: throwing, twisting, winding, or spooling
  • Rayon yarn, filament: throwing, twisting, winding
  • Spooling yarn: cotton, silk, and manmade fiber continuous filament
  • Textured yarns
  • Throwing, winding, or spooling of yarn: silk, wool and manmade
  • Twisting yarn: silk, wool, and manmade fiber continuous filament
  • Winding yarn: cotton, silk, wool, and manmade fiber continuous
  • Wool yarn: twisting, winding, or spooling


GL Class Code 59989 - The Bottom Line

The General Liability Class Code for Wool Pulling is 59989.

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