NAICS Code
316110 - Leather and Hide Tanning and Finishing

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North American Industry Classification System Code 316110 - Leather and Hide Tanning and Finishing

NAICS Code 316110 - Leather and Hide Tanning and Finishing

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What Is The Description Of The NAICS Code 316110?

The description for the NAICS Code 316110 - Leather and Hide Tanning and Finishing is:

This Industry Comprises Establishments Primarily Engaged In One or More Of The Following: (1) Tanning, Currying, and Finishing Hides and Skins; (2) Having Others Process Hides and Skins On A Contract Basis; and (3) Dyeing or Dressing Furs.

  • Bag leather manufacturing
  • Belting butts, curried or rough, manufacturing
  • Belting leather, manufacturing
  • Bookbinder's leather manufacturing
  • Bridle leather manufacturing
  • Buffings, russet, manufacturing
  • Case leather manufacturing
  • Chamois leather manufacturing
  • Collar leather, manufacturing
  • Coloring leather
  • Converters, leather
  • Currying furs
  • Currying leather
  • Cutting of leather
  • Dressing (i.e., bleaching, blending, currying, scraping, tanning) furs
  • Dressing hides
  • Dyeing furs
  • Dyeing leather
  • Embossing leather
  • Exotic leathers manufacturing
  • Fancy leathers manufacturing
  • Finishing hides and skins on a contract basis
  • Finishing leather
  • Fleshers, leather (i.e., flesh side of split leather), manufacturing
  • Fur stripping
  • Furs, dressed (e.g., bleached, curried, dyed, scraped, tanned), manufacturing
  • Garment leather manufacturing
  • Glove leather manufacturing
  • Handbag leather manufacturing
  • Harness leather manufacturing
  • Hides and skins, finishing on a contract basis
  • Hides, tanning, currying, dressing, and finishing
  • Japanning of leather
  • Lace leather manufacturing
  • Latigo leather manufacturing
  • Leather coloring, cutting, embossing, and japanning
  • Leather converters
  • Leather tanning, currying, and finishing
  • Lining leather manufacturing
  • Mechanical leather manufacturing
  • Parchment leather manufacturing
  • Patent leather manufacturing
  • Pelts bleaching, currying, dyeing, scraping, and tanning
  • Rawhide manufacturing
  • Roller leather manufacturing
  • Saddlery leather manufacturing
  • Shearling (i.e., prepared sheepskin) manufacturing
  • Skins, tanning, currying and finishing
  • Skirting leather manufacturing
  • Skivers, leather, manufacturing
  • Sole leather manufacturing
  • Specialty leathers manufacturing
  • Splits, leather, manufacturing
  • Strap leather manufacturing
  • Sweatband leather manufacturing
  • Tannery leather manufacturing
  • Tanning and currying furs
  • Upholstery leather manufacturing
  • Upper leather manufacturing
  • Vellum leather manufacturing
  • Welting leather manufacturing
  • Wet blues manufacturing



What Are The Related North American Industry Classification System Code(s) for NAICS Code(s) 316110?

The related North American Industry Classification System Code(s) for NAICS Code 316110 - Leather and Hide Tanning and Finishing is:




What Are The Related General Liability Class Code(s) for NAICS Code 316110?

The related GL Class Code(s) for NAICS Code 316110 - Leather and Hide Tanning and Finishing is:

53632 - Fur or Pelt Processing
56202 - Leather Goods Manufacturing
59693 - Tanning - Animal Hides

What Are The Related SIC Code(s) for NAICS Code 316110?

The related SIC Code(s) for NAICS Code 316110 - Leather and Hide Tanning and Finishing is:

Description for 3999 Manufacturing Industries, Not Elsewhere Classified

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing miscellaneous fabricated products, including beauty shop and barber shop equipment; hair work; tobacco pipes and cigarette holders; coin-operated amusement machines; matches; candles; lamp shades; feathers; artificial trees and flowers made from all materials, except glass; dressed and dyed furs; umbrellas, parasols, and canes; and other articles, not elsewhere classified.

  • Advertising curtains
  • Amusement machines. coin-operated: except coin-operated
  • Artificial and preserved flowers, foliage, fruits, and vines: except
  • Artificial flower arrangements
  • Atomizers, other than medical
  • Badges for policemen and firemen-metal
  • Barber shop equipment
  • Barbers' clippers, hand and electric
  • Beach umbrellas
  • Beaded novelties
  • Beads, unassembled
  • Beauty shop equipment
  • Beekeeping supplies, except wood
  • Bone novelties
  • Book matches
  • Boutiquing: for the trade (decorating gift items)
  • Bric-a-brac
  • Bristles, dressing of
  • Burnt wood articles
  • Buttons: Red Cross, union, and identification
  • Calendars, framed
  • Candles
  • Canes and cane trimmings, except precious metal
  • Chairs, hydraulic: barber and beauty shop
  • Christmas tree ornaments, except electrical and glass
  • Christmas trees, artificial
  • Cigar and cigarette holders
  • Cigarette filters, not made in chemical plants
  • Cigarette lighter flints
  • Cleaners, pipe and cigarette holder
  • Combs, except hard rubber
  • Curlers, hair: designed for beauty parlors
  • Curls, artificial (hair)
  • Decalcomania work, except on china or glass: for the trade
  • Desk pads, except paper
  • Doll wigs
  • Down (feathers)
  • Dressing of furs: bleaching, blending, currying, scraping, and tanning
  • Driers, hair: designed for beauty parlors
  • Dusters, feather
  • Embroidery kits
  • Feathers: curling, dyeing, and renovating for the trade
  • Figures, wax: mannikins
  • Fingerprint equipment, except cameras and optical equipment
  • Fire extinguishers, portable
  • Flocking metal products for the trade
  • Fly swatters
  • Forms: display, dress, and show except shoe display forms
  • Frames and handles, handbag and luggage: except precious metal
  • Fruits, artificial, except glass
  • Fur stripping
  • Furniture, beauty shop and barber shop
  • Furs, dressed: bleached, curried, scraped, tanned, and dyed
  • Games, coin-operated: pinball and other
  • Globes, geographical
  • Gold stamping for the trade, except books
  • Glass
  • Grenades, hand (fire extinguishers)
  • Grinding purchased nut shells
  • Hair clippers for human use, hand and electric
  • Hair goods: braids, nets, switches, toupees, and wigs
  • Hair, dressing of, for the trade
  • Hairpin mountings
  • Hat blocks and display forms
  • Honeycomb foundations (beekeepers' supplies)
  • Hosiery kits, sewing and mending
  • Identification plates
  • Identification tags, except paper
  • Lamp shade frames
  • Lamp shades: except metal and glass
  • Lighters, cigar and cigarette: except precious metal and electric
  • Mannikins and display forms
  • Marionettes (puppets)
  • Massage machines, electric: designed for beauty and barber shops
  • Matches and match books
  • Military insignia, except textile
  • Models, except toy and hobby
  • Mosaics: ivory, shell, horn, and bone
  • Mountings, comb and hairpin: except precious metal
  • Music boxes
  • Musical chests
  • Novelties: bone, beaded, and shell
  • Pads, permanent waving
  • Painting instrument dials, for the trade
  • Parasols and frames: handles, parts, and trimmings-except precious
  • Pelts: scraping, currying, tanning, bleaching, and dyeing
  • Permanent wave equipment and machines
  • Picture plaques, laminated
  • Pipes, pipe stems, and bib: tobacco-except hard rubber
  • Plaques, picture: laminated
  • Plumes, feather
  • Preparation of slides and exhibits, for classroom use
  • Printing eyeglass frames for the trade
  • Puppets
  • Scenery for theaters, opera houses halls, and schools
  • Sewing kits, novelty: other than sewing cases and cabinets
  • Shades, lamp and candle: except glass and metal
  • Shell novelties
  • Shoe patterns
  • Slot machines
  • Smokers, bee (beekeepers' supplies)
  • Soap dispensers
  • Sponges, bleaching and dyeing of
  • Stage hardware and equipment, except lighting equipment
  • Stereographs, photographic
  • Sterilizers, beauty and barber shop
  • Straw goods
  • Stringing beads for the trade
  • Tape measures
  • Tear gas devices and equipment
  • Tinsel
  • Transformations, hair
  • Treating clock and watch dials with luminous material
  • Trees, Christmas, artificial
  • Trimmings, feather
  • Umbrellas and parts, except precious metal
  • Umbrellas: beach, garden, and wagon
  • Veils made of hair
  • Vibrators, electric: designed for beauty and barber shops
  • Walnut shell flour
  • Wigs, including doll wigs, toupees, or wiglets, except custom made
  • Wind chimes
  • Wool pulling
  • Wreaths, artificial
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



What Are The Related Delaware Workers Compensation Code(s) for NAICS Code 316110?

The related DE Workers Comp Class Code(s) for NAICS Code 316110 is:

0201 - Tanning
0227 - Oilcloth, Manufacturing
0205 - Leather Goods Manufacturing., NOC

What Are The Related Michigan Workers Compensation Code(s) for NAICS Code 316110?

The related MI Workers Comp Class Code(s) for NAICS Code 316110 is:

2501 - Canvas Goods Manufacturing Lightweight
9501 - Barrel Cleaning
2623 - Leather Manufacturing or Tanning

What Are The Related New Jersey Workers Compensation Code(s) for NAICS Code 316110?

The related NJ Workers Comp Class Code(s) for NAICS Code 316110 is:

2600 - Fur Processing - Preparing Skins
4493 - Fabric Coating or Impregnating NOC
2623 - Tanning

What Are The Related New York Workers Compensation Code(s) for NAICS Code 316110?

The related NY Workers Comp Class Code(s) for NAICS Code 316110 is:

2600 - Fur Manufacturing. - Preparing Skins
4493 - Fabric Coating or Impregnating NOC
2640 - Leather Embossing
2623 - Leather Manufacturing. - Patent or Enamel

What Are The Related Pennsylvania Workers Compensation Code(s) for NAICS Code 316110?

The related PA Workers Comp Class Code(s) for NAICS Code 316110 is:

0201 - Tanning
0227 - Oilcloth, Manufacturing
0205 - Leather Goods Manufacturing., NOC

What Are The Related Texas Workers Compensation Code(s) for NAICS Code 316110?

The related TX Workers Comp Class Code(s) for NAICS Code 316110 is:

2683 - Bag Manufacturing. - Luggage
4452 - Plastics Manufacturing. - Fabricated Products NOC
2688 - Shoe or Boot Manufacturing. NOC

NAICS Code 316110 - The Bottom Line

The North American Industry Classification System NAICS Code for Leather and Hide Tanning and Finishing is 316110 in the Manufacturing sector.

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