MA313K, Knit Fabric Production 2003 by USCensus

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									U.S. Census Bureau Knit Fabric Production - 2003 MA313K(03) Issued September 2003 See the PDF document for information regarding the scope of the survey, obtaining reports, and other pertinent information about this publication. Address inquiries concerning these data to Consumer Goods Industries Branch, U.S. Department of Commerce, Census Bureau, Manufacturing and Construction Division, Washington, DC 20233-6900, or call Phil Brown, 301-763-4740.

Table 1. Summary of Knit Fabrics Production: 1998 to 2003 [Millions of pounds] Year Total Warp knit Weft knit 903 981 1,057

2003.............................................................................................. 1,096 193 2002........................................................................................................ 1,179 198 2001....................................................................................................... 1,272 215

2000.............................................................................................................. 1,272 1,594 322 1999............................................................................................................... 1,418 1,822 404 1998................................................................................................................. 2,016 497 1,519 Note: Detail may not add because of independent rounding.

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Table 2. Production of Knit Fabrics Off Knitting Machine by Type: 2003 and 2002 [Thousands of pounds]

Product code

Product description

Knit fabrics production, excluding narrow knit fabrics and knit garment lengths, trimmings, and collars............................................................... 3132491121 3132491122 3132491123 3132491125 3132491129 3132491131 3132491132 3132491135 3132491139 3132491141 3132491143 3132491146 3132491149 3132491151 3132491161 3132491163 3132491169 3132491171 3132491174 3132491175 3132491179 3132411221 3132411223 3132411224 3132411225 3132411226 3132411229 3132411231 3132411233 3132411235 3132411237

Warp knit fabrics yard goods (over 12 inches in width)....................................................... Pile fabrics (raschel and raschel crochet)....................................................................... a/ Long pile fabrics.......................................................................................................... All acrylic or modacrylic and chiefly acrylic or modacrylic............................................................................................................. All polyester and chiefly polyester.......................................................................... All other fibers......................................................................................................... Looped pile fabrics (terry cloth)................................................................................... All cotton and chiefly cotton................................................................................ All manmade and chiefly manmade....................................................................... All other fibers....................................................................................................... All other pile fabrics (velour, etc.)................................................................................ All cotton and chiefly cotton..................................................................................... All manmade and chiefly manmade......................................................................... All other fibers..........................................................................................................

Elastic fabrics (containing by weight 5 percent or more elastomeric yarn or rubber thread)....................................................................... b/

All other warp knit fabrics................................................................................................ a/ By type: Tricot, simplex, and milanese................................................................................. All other................................................................................................................... By fiber: All cotton and chiefly cotton.................................................................................... All wool and chiefly wool......................................................................................... All manmade and chiefly manmade........................................................................ All other fibers.........................................................................................................

Weft knit yard goods (over 12 inches in width)................................................................... Pile fabrics...................................................................................................................... b/ Long pile fabrics, including sliver knit.......................................................................... All acrylic or modacrylic and chiefly acrylic or modacrylic............................................................................................................. All polyester and chiefly polyester........................................................................... All other fibers......................................................................................................... Looped pile fabrics (terry cloth).................................................................................. All cotton and chiefly cotton.................................................................................... All manmade and chiefly manmade........................................................................ All other fibers......................................................................................................... All other pile fabrics (velour, etc.)................................................................................

3132411239 3132411241 3132411243 3132411246 3132411251 3132411253 3132411255 3132411257 3132411259 3132411261 3132411263 3132411264 3132411265 3132411267 3132411269 3132411271 3132411272 3132411274 3132411276 3132411279 3132411281 3132411283 3132411289 3132411291 3132411292 3132411293 3132411294 3132411298

All cotton and chiefly cotton.................................................................................... All manmade and chiefly manmade........................................................................ All other fibers.........................................................................................................

Elastic fabrics (containing by weight 5 percent or more elastomeric yarn or rubber thread)....................................................................... b/

Single circular knit (except pile and elastic).................................................................... b/ By type: Fleece or flannel..................................................................................................... Underwear and nightwear....................................................................................... All other apparel uses............................................................................................. All other uses.......................................................................................................... By fiber: All cotton and chiefly cotton.................................................................................... All wool and chiefly wool......................................................................................... All nylon and chiefly nylon....................................................................................... All polyester and chiefly polyester........................................................................... All manmade and chiefly manmade........................................................................ All other fibers.........................................................................................................

Double knit and interlock................................................................................................. b/ By fiber: All cotton and chiefly cotton.................................................................................... All wool and chiefly wool......................................................................................... All manmade and chiefly manmade........................................................................ All other fibers......................................................................................................... By type: Outerwear apparel, other than shirts...................................................................... Outer shirts, blouses, and tops............................................................................... All other uses..........................................................................................................

Rib other than double knit and interlock.......................................................................... b/ All cotton and chiefly cotton........................................................................................ All wool and chiefly wool............................................................................................. All manmade and chiefly manmade............................................................................ All other fibers.............................................................................................................

3132491113 3132491116

Narrow knit fabrics production................................................................................................. Narrow warp knit yard goods (12 inches or less in width)................................................................................................................................ Elastic fabrics.................................................................................................................. All other narrow warp knit fabrics....................................................................................

3132411113 3132411115

Narrow weft knit fabrics yard goods (12 inches or less in width)............................................................................................................................. Elastic fabrics.................................................................................................................. All other narrow knit fabrics.............................................................................................

Knit garment lengths, trimmings, and collars 2/...................................................................... Knit garment lengths, made on sweater, strip, V-bed, and full-fashioned machines............................................................................................. b/ Knit trimmings and collars................................................................................................... b/

- Represents zero. D Withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual companies. published data. S Does not meet publication standards. X Not applicable. 1/Knitting machines operating on the last working day of the year. 2/Quantity produced in thousands of dozens.

r/Revised by 5 pe

Note: Percent of estimation for each item is indicated as follows: a/10 to 25 percent of this item is estim item is estimated. c/Over 50 percent of this item is estimated.

2003 Number of knitting machines 1/ 8,020 1,934 407 (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) 420 1,107 (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) 6,086 264 (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) Total production 1,056,060 181,610 44,431 33,225 (D) 31,403 (D) 2,194 (S) 1,627 9,012 (D) (D) 23,713 113,466 49,154 64,312 (D) (D) 107,354 (D) 874,450 30,802 16,136 (D) 11,791 (D) 13,474 7,800 5,674 (S) b/ a/ a/ b/r/

2002 Number of knitting machines 1/ 9,410 2,325 484 (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) 528 1,313 (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) 7,085 333 (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) b/ b/r/ b/r/ a/ Total production 1,133,805 184,411 44,614 29,868 (D) 28,389 (D) 3,585 (S) 2,536 11,161 (D) (D) 29,375 110,422 46,625 63,797 (D) (D) 103,779 (D) 949,394 45,261 19,141 (D) 14,731 (D) 24,716 18,181 6,535 (S)

a/

a/

b/ a/ a/ a/

b/ a/ a/ a/

a/

a/

a/

a/

a/ a/

a/ a/ b/

(X) (X) (X) 89 4,098 (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) 666 (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) 969 (X) (X) (X) (X) 855 490 (D) (D) 365 (D) (D) 1,755 575 1,180 b/ b/ b/ b/ a/ b/ a/ a/ a/ b/ b/ b/ b/ b/ a/ b/ a/ b/ b/ a/

(D) (D) (D) 11,254 694,426 155,561 219,003 276,229 43,633 508,800 1,058 5,485 44,096 130,691 4,296 81,570 18,669 197 62,298 406 15,478 41,745 24,347 56,398 26,842 (D) 18,517 (D) 39,714 11,646 (D) (D) 28,068 (D) (D) 19,602 6,993 12,609 b/ b/ a/ b/ a/r/ b/

(X) (X) (X) 149 4,544 (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) 1,018 (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) 1,041 (X) (X) (X) (X) 1,175 552 (D) (D) 623 (D) (D) 2,178 804 1,374 b/r/ b/ a/ b/ b/ a/ b/ a/ b/ r/ b/ a/ a/ a/r/ a/ a/ b/ a/ a/ a/ b/

(D) (D) (D) 17,469 723,740 178,468 215,259 277,847 52,166 517,765 1,159 5,086 44,291 149,241 6,198 96,252 22,879 231 72,700 442 18,936 48,212 29,104 66,672 35,979 (D) 19,587 (D) 44,812 13,322 (D) (D) 31,490 (D) (D) 25,576 9,028 16,548

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Table 4. SHIPMENTS, EXPORTS, IMPORTS, AND APPARENT CONSUMPTION OF KNIT FA (Quantity in thousands of pounds; value in thousands of dollars)

Production Product description

Exports of merchandise Value

pile fabrics. (1100+2100). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NA. . . #REF!. . . 117433 .. ..... #REF! #REF! Long pile fabrics. (1101+2101) (01). . . . . . . NA. . . . . . . 731 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,965 40,418 .. ... .... 2 Looped pile fabrics. (1111+2111). . . . . . . . .NA . . . . 19,185 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35,389 43,739 .. ...... ... 44 Of cotton fibers. (1113+2113) (02). . . . . . .NA. . . . . . . 306 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18,432 .. ... 589 2 Of manmade fibers. (1115+2115) (03). . . .NA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34,483 . . . 24,054 .. 18,713 ..... 78 Of other fibers. 3,540 d (1117+2117) (04). . . . . . . .NA . . . . . . .166 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 317 .. ... .. 5 Of cotton fibers. (1123+2123) (05). . . . . . .NA. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5,329 4,954 d .. 3,575 .... 72 Of manmade fibers. (1125+2125) (06). . . .NA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25,225 . . . 17,570 .. 5,305 ..... 30 Of other fibers. 3,714 d (1127+2127) (07). . . . . . . .NA . . . . 13,395 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32,200 .. ...... .... 361 12 inches or less in width. (2601+1401) (08). . . . . . . .2,209 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14,794. . . . . . . 10 22,485 NA .... ..... Over 12 inches in width. (2603+1403) (13). . . . . . . . . 5,556. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 187 2,969 d NA .... 19,707 Other warp knit 210,025 (1300+1200). . . . . . .NA . . . . . . . 142 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 691 fabrics. .. ... ... Of other fibers. (1317) (12). . . . . . . . . . . . . .NA . . . . . . .142 . . . . . . . . . . . . 81 d .. ... 691 0 175 39

Other narrow knit 2,969 (1403+2603) (14). .NA . . . . . 1,159. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5,388 . . . . . fabrics. .. .... ....

Other knit fabrics. (2200+2300+2400+2500). NA. . . #REF!. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .#REF!. . . . . #REF! 1,684,458 .. ..... .... ... Of cotton fibers. (2320+2401+2511) (15). . .NA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25,928. . . . 786,850 .. 9,819 ..... 1 Of wool fibers. (2322+2403+2513) (16). . . . NA. . . . . . . 172 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .381. . . 8,172 .. ... .. 2 Double knit or interlock. (2405) (17). . . . . .NA. . . . . . . .NA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .NA. 179,813 .. .. .. NA Other. (2324+2326+2328+2515) (19). . . . . . . . . . . . . . NA. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .NA . . 655,099 NA .. .. NA Of other fibers. 21,460 (2330+2407+2517) (20). . . .NA . . . . . 2,767 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10,825 . . . .. ..... ..... 13 {edit}. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ~{down}

TION OF KNIT FABRIC: 1989

Percent exports to shipments

Imports for

Percent imports to merchandise

d d d d

NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA

#REF! 350 5,862 2,005 3,857 (NA) 382 1,403 1 10,122 295 0 (NA) 611 #REF! 13,671 115 3,957 2,609 23

#REF! 1,350 18,716 7,452 11,264 (NA) 1,906 6,126 29 73,244 2,156 0

#REF! 13 11 16 (D) (D) 8 (D) 45 10 d 0

NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA

d

NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA

(NA) #VALUE! d 3,491 #REF! 44,520 2,340 21,003 14,702 282 21 #REF! 2 1 2 -

Table 3. Production of Knit Fabrics Off Knitting Machine by Method of Distribution: 2003 and 2002 [Thousands of pounds]

Product code

Product description

Produced for own use

Knit fabrics production, excluding narrow knit fabrics and knit garment lengths, trimmings, and collars..................................................................................................................... 655,380

3132491121 3132491151 3132491161

Warp knit fabrics yard goods (over 12 inches in width)........................................................................................................................... 40,797 Pile fabrics (raschel and raschel crochet)....................................................................... a/ 5,754 Elastic fabrics (containing by weight 5 percent or more elastomeric yarn or rubber thread).................................................................. b/ 16,629 All other warp knit fabrics................................................................................................ 18,414

3132411221 3132411246 3132411251 3132411271 3132411291

Weft knit fabrics yard goods (over 12 inches in width)............................................................................................................................. 614,583 Pile fabrics................................................................................................................. (D) Elastic fabrics (containing by weight 5 percent or more elastomeric yarn or rubber thread.................................................................... (D) Single circular knit (except pile and elastic).................................................................... a/ 558,578 Double knit and interlock................................................................................................. a/ 19,625 Rib other than double knit and interlock.......................................................................... b/ 30,860

Narrow knit fabrics production................................................................................................. 9,377

3132491113 3132491116

Narrow warp knit fabrics yard goods (12 inches or less in width)................................................................................................................. (D) Elastic fabrics.................................................................................................................. (D) All other narrow warp knit fabrics.................................................................................... (D)

3132411113 3132411115

Narrow weft knit fabrics yard goods (12 inches or less in width)................................................................................................................. (D) Elastic fabrics.................................................................................................................. (D) All other narrow weft knit fabrics..................................................................................... (D)

Knit garment lengths, trimmings, and collars 1/...................................................................... 8,630 Knit garment lengths, made on sweater, strip, V-bed, and full-fashioned machines.................................................................................. 2,419 Knit trimmings and collars................................................................................................... b/ 6,211 - Represents zero. D Withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual companies.

r/Revised by 5 pe

1/Quantity produced in thousands of dozens.

Note: Percent of estimation for each item is indicated as follows: a/10 to 25 percent of this item is estim

c/Over 50 percent of this item is estimated.

and 2002

2003 Produced for sale Produced on commission Produced for own use

2002 Produced for sale

275,671

125,009

703,955

296,594

132,615 36,762 a/ a/ 7,084 88,769

8,198 1,915 6,283

r/ r/ b/

45,891 8,960 18,425 18,506

r/ b/r/ r/ a/

129,985 33,257 10,950 85,778

a/

a/

143,056 22,806 b/ b/ b/ a/ 5,680 83,670 23,058 7,842 26,488

116,811 (D) (D) 52,178 38,887 17,696 3,849

658,064 (D) (D) 573,036 27,003 42,840 11,130

166,609 26,820 9,654 96,239 25,662 8,234 28,874

a/ a/ b/

a/ a/r/

b/ a/r/ a/

a/ a/ a/

11,500 (D) (D)

(D) (D)

(D) (D) (D)

13,177 (D) (D)

14,988 (D) (D) 5,932 b/ b/ 869 5,063 b/ b/

(D) (D) (D) 5,040 3,705 1,335 r/ r/

(D) (D) (D) 12,607 2,858 9,749 r/ a/r/ b/

15,697 (D) (D) 7,157 2,394 4,763 b/

r/Revised by 5 percent or more from previously published data.

this item is estimated.

b/26 to 50 percent of this item is estimated.

Produced on commission

133,256

8,535 2,397 6,138

124,721 (D) (D) 54,465 43,587 15,598 4,808

(D) (D)

(D) (D) (D) 5,812 3,776 2,036

Table 4a. Shipments, Exports, Imports, and Apparent Consumption of Knit Fabrics: 2003 [Quantity in thousands of kilograms. Value in thousands of dollars] Exports of domestic merchandise 1/ Product description Domestic production (quantity) Quantity Value at port Percent exports to manufacturers' shipments (quantity) 48.0 57.5 6.2 113.3 28.9 139.5 (S) (S) (D) (D) (D) (S) (S) 58.8 23.4 (D) (D) 20.3 (D) 34.5 43.1 53.9 (D) 22.2 (NA) (NA) (D)

Total................................................................................................. 497,035 238,753 1,391,524 Pile fabrics.................................................................................................. 162,858 34,125 19,619 Long pile fabrics.......................................................................................... 9,268 22,390 1,386 Looped pile fabrics................................................................................................. 7,107 8,050 85,034 Of cotton fibers.......................................................................................... 4,034 3,795 1,098 Of manmade fibers...................................................... 3,312 4,621 70,011 Of other fibers................................................................ 2,331 10,989 Other pile fabrics......................................................................... 4,628 10,183 68,556 Of cotton fibers...................................................................... (D) 1,832 6,714 Of manmade fibers................................................................ (D) 5,968 54,571 Of other fibers........................................................................... (D) 2,383 7,271 Elastic fabrics................................................................................ 24,073 40,936 390,658 12 inches or less in width................................................................................... 8,212 31,602 259,071 Over 12 inches in width................................................................ 15,861 9,334 131,587 Other warp knit fabrics..................................................................... 51,467 12,049 Of cotton fibers..................................................................... 1,908 (D) Of wool fibers.......................................................................... 22 (D) Of manmade fibers............................................................. 9,902 48,695 Of other fibers......................................................................... 217 (D) Other narrow knit fabrics................................................... 9,802 3,382 72,275 12,984 274 56,182 2,835 20,943 744,790 581,294 342 157,599 (NA) (NA) 5,555

Other knit fabrics........................................................................ 377,568 162,767 Of cotton fibers................................................................... 135,520 251,431 Of wool fibers............................................................................ 80 (D) Of manmade fibers........................................................................ 118,427 26,245 Double knit and interlock 4/............................................................. 28,258 (NA) Other 4/..................................................................................... 90,169 (NA) Of other fibers................................................................................ (D) 922 - Represents zero. standards.

D Withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual companies.

NA Not available

1/Source: U.S. Census Bureau report EM 545, U.S. Exports. 2/Source: U.S. Census Bureau report IM 145, U.S. Imports for Consumption. 3/Dollar value represents the c.i.f. (cost, insurance, and freight) value at first port of entry in the United S 4/Individual export data are not available for these products; however, export data are available on a tota

Imports for consumption 2/ Quantity 188,824 37,259 1,354 21,819 1,259 20,371 189 14,086 2,058 11,991 37 38,943 4,012 34,931 21,860 901 14 20,918 27 1,147 89,615 43,720 88 45,672 9,307 36,365 135 Value 3/ 1,175,425 218,826 12,876 119,784 8,191 108,999 2,594 86,166 13,773 71,834 559 389,752 37,989 351,763 134,479 4,552 488 128,659 780 12,393 419,975 154,254 3,309 260,326 50,064 210,262 2,086

Percent imports to domestic merchandise (quantity) 38.0 109.2 6.0 307.0 33.2 615.1 (NA) 304.3 (D) (D) (D) 161.8 48.9 220.2 42.5 (D) (D) 43.0 (D) 11.7 23.7 17.4 (D) 38.6 32.9 40.3 (D)

Apparent consumption 447,106 51,765 22,358 20,876 3,956 19,062 (S) (S) (D) (D) (D) (S) (S) 41,458 61,278 (D) (D) 59,711 (D) 7,567 304,416 159,631 (D) 137,854 (NA) (NA) (D)

NA Not available.

S Does not meet publication

y in the United States plus import duties. vailable on a total basis.

Table 4b. Shipments, Exports, Imports, and Apparent Consumption of Knit Fabrics: 2002 [Quantity in thousands of kilograms. Value in thousands of dollars]

Product description Domestic production (quantity)

Exports of domestic merchandise 1/ Value at port 1,082,208

Quantity

Total................................................................................................. 534,612 169,998

Pile fabrics.................................................................................................. 40,767 24,348 174,556 Long pile fabrics.......................................................................................... 22,230 1,131 6,066 Looped pile fabrics................................................................................................. 12,837 6,077 65,729 Of cotton fibers.......................................................................................... 8,723 328 1,768 Of manmade fibers...................................................... 4,115 4,097 57,111 Of other fibers................................................................ 1,652 6,850 Other pile fabrics.........................................................................17,140 5,699 102,761 Of cotton fibers...................................................................... 2,254 (D) 8,591 Of manmade fibers................................................................ 9,222 (D) 78,643 Of other fibers...........................................................................5,664 (D) 15,527 Elastic fabrics................................................................................ 41,951 29,767 389,191 12 inches or less in width................................................................................... 8,519 34,003 292,956 Over 12 inches in width................................................................ 7,948 21,248 96,235 Other warp knit fabrics..................................................................... 7,324 50,087 Of cotton fibers..................................................................... (D) 1,695 Of wool fibers.......................................................................... (D) 32 Of manmade fibers............................................................. 47,073 5,559 Of other fibers......................................................................... (D) 38 Other narrow knit fabrics................................................... 11,807 3,267 56,717 12,004 202 44,045 466 23,692 438,052 287,096 143 147,185 (NA) (NA) 3,628

Other knit fabrics........................................................................ 93,108 402,184 Of cotton fibers................................................................... 261,552 66,687 Of wool fibers............................................................................ (D) 21 Of manmade fibers........................................................................ 131,952 25,857 Double knit and interlock 4/............................................................. 32,976 (NA) Other 4/..................................................................................... (NA) 98,976 Of other fibers................................................................................ 543 (D) - Represents zero. standards.

D Withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual companies.

NA Not available

1/Source: U.S. Census Bureau report EM 545, U.S. Exports. 2/Source: U.S. Census Bureau report IM 145, U.S. Imports for Consumption.

3/Dollar value represents the c.i.f. (cost, insurance, and freight) value at first port of entry in the United S 4/Individual export data are not available for these products; however, export data are available on a tota

ics: 2002

Percent exports to manufacturers' shipments (quantity) 31.8 59.7 5.1 47.3 3.8 99.6 (S) (S) (D) (D) (D) (S) (S) 37.4 14.6 (D) (D) 11.8 (D) 27.7 23.2 25.5 (D) 19.6 (NA) (NA) (D)

Imports for consumption 2/ Quantity 187,967 38,944 1,525 21,054 1,506 19,309 239 16,365 1,155 15,169 41 39,413 7,615 31,798 16,018 388 4 15,575 51 1,370 92,222 45,074 67 46,920 10,435 36,485 161 Value 3/ 1,221,455 225,151 1,040 113,935 10,738 100,120 3,077 110,176 10,284 99,305 587 403,704 62,607 341,097 124,114 2,954 172 120,433 555 12,923 455,563 157,648 2,167 293,845 58,108 235,737 1,903

Percent imports to domestic merchandise (quantity) 35.2 95.5 6.9 164.0 17.3 469.3 (NA) 287.1 (D) (D) (D) 132.4 89.4 149.7 32.0 (D) (D) 33.1 (D) 11.6 22.9 17.2 (D) 35.6 31.6 36.9 (D)

Apparent consumption 552,581 55,363 22,624 27,814 9,901 19,327 (S) (S) (D) (D) (D) (S) (S) 45,098 58,781 (D) (D) 57,089 (D) 9,910 401,298 239,939 (D) 153,015 (NA) (NA) (D)

panies.

NA Not available.

S Does not meet publication

port of entry in the United States plus import duties. data are available on a total basis.

Table 5. Comparison of North American Industry Classification System (NAICS)-Based Product Codes with Schedule B Export Codes, and HTSUSA Import Codes: 2003 Product code 3132411223, 3132491122 3132411231, 3132491132 3132411233, 3132491135 3132411235, 3132491139 3132411239, 3132491143 3132411241, 3132491146 Product description Export code 1/

Long pile fabrics......................................................................................... 6001.10.0000 Cotton looped pile fabrics.......................................................... 6001.21.0000 Manmade looped pile fabrics...................................................... 6001.22.0000 Other looped pile fabrics..................................................................... 6001.29.0000 Cotton other pile fabrics................................................................... 6001.91.0000 Manmade other pile fabrics....................................................... 6001.92.0000

3132411243, 3132491149 3132411246, 3132491151

Other pile fabrics (except cotton and manmade)............................................................................ 6001.99.0000 Elastic fabrics over 12 inches............................................................................... 6004.10.0000 6004.90.1000 6004.90.9000

3132411113, 3132491113

Elastic fabrics 12 inches or less................................................................................... 6002.40.4000 6002.40.8000 6002.90.4000 6002.90.8000

3132491171

Cotton warp knit fabrics........................................................................... 6005.21.0000 6005.22.0000 6005.23.0000 6005.24.0000 Wool warp knit fabrics.................................................................................. 6005.10.0000 Manmade warp knit fabrics..................................................................................... 6005.31.0000

3132491174 3132491175

6005.32.0000 6005.33.0000 6005.34.0000 6005.41.0000 6005.42.0000 6005.43.0000 6005.44.0000

3132491179 3132411115, 3132491116

Other warp knit fabrics........................................................................... 6005.90.0000 Other narrow knit fabrics....................................................................... 6003.10.1000 6003.10.9000 6003.20.1000 6003.20.3000 6003.30.1000 6003.30.6000 6003.40.1000 6003.40.6000 6003.90.1000 6003.90.9000 Cotton other knit fabrics.................................................................................. 6006.21.1000 6006.21.9020 6006.21.9080 6006.22.1000 6006.22.9020 6006.22.9080 6006.23.1000 6006.23.9020 Cotton other knit fabrics (Continued).................................................................................. 6006.23.9080 6006.24.1000 6006.24.9020 6006.24.9080 Wool other knit fabrics....................................................................................... 6006.10.0000

3132411261, 3132411272, 3132411292

3132411263,

3132411274, 3132411293 3132411264, 3132411265, 3132411267, 3132411276, 3132411294 Manmade other knit fabrics...................................................................... 6006.31.0000 6006.32.0000 6006.33.0000 6006.34.0000 6006.41.0000 6006.42.0000 6006.43.0000 6006.44.0000

3132411269, 3132411279, 3132411298

Other fibers other knit fabrics.............................................................. 6006.90.0000

1/Source: 2003 edition, Harmonized System-based Schedule B, Statistical Classification of Domestic and Foreign Commodities Exported from the United States. 2/Source: Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United States, Annotated (2003).

S)-Based Product 2003 Import code 2/ 6001.10.2000 6001.10.6000 6001.21.0000 6001.22.0000 6001.29.0000 6001.91.0010 6001.91.0020 6001.92.0010 6001.92.0020 6001.92.0030 6001.92.0040 6001.99.1000 6001.99.9000 6004.10.0010 6004.90.2010 6004.10.0025 6004.90.2025 6004.10.0085 6004.90.2085 6004.90.9000 6002.40.4000 6002.90.4000 6002.40.8020 6002.90.8020 6002.40.8080 6002.90.8080 6005.21.0000 6005.22.0000 6005.23.0000 6005.24.0000 6005.10.0000 6005.31.0010

6005.32.0010 6005.33.0010 6005.34.0010 6005.41.0010 6005.42.0010 6005.43.0010 6005.44.0010 6005.31.0020 6005.32.0020 6005.33.0020 6005.34.0020 6005.41.0020 6005.42.0020 6005.43.0020 6005.44.0020 6005.31.0080 6005.32.0080 6005.33.0080 6005.34.0080 6005.41.0080 6005.42.0080 6005.43.0080 6005.44.0080 6005.90.0000 6003.10.1000 6003.10.9000 6003.20.1000 6003.20.3000 6003.30.1000 6003.30.6000 6003.40.1000 6003.40.6000 6003.90.1000 6003.90.9000 6006.21.1000 6006.21.9020 6006.21.9080 6006.22.1000 6006.22.9020 6006.22.9080 6006.23.1000 6006.23.9020 6006.23.9080 6006.24.1000 6006.24.9020 6006.24.9080 6006.10.0000

6006.31.0020 6006.32.0020 6006.33.0020 6006.34.0020 6006.31.0040 6006.32.0040 6006.33.0040 6006.34.0040 6006.31.0060 6006.32.0060 6006.33.0060 6006.34.0060 6006.41.0025 6006.42.0025 6006.43.0025 6006.44.0025 6006.31.0080 6006.32.0080 6006.33.0080 6006.34.0080 6006.41.0085 6006.42.0085 6006.43.0085 6006.44.0085 6006.90.1000 6006.90.9000

l Classification

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