CBP - Proposed ruling letter revocations 

December 31: The U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP)—in the first edition of the CBP bulletin for 2014—proposes to revoke certain ruling letter actions and tariff classifications relating to a variety of products. U.S Customs and Border Protection Bulletin, Vol. 47, No. 52 (January 2, 2014)

The CBP bulletin [PDF 282 KB] contains the following items, ruling letter revocations and proposed revocations—

  • Proposed revocation of one ruling letter and proposed revocation of treatment relating to the classification of a brick-type plate used in ballistic jackets
  • Proposed revocation of one ruling letter and proposed revocation of treatment relating to the classification of a plastic placemat and coaster set
  • Proposed revocation of a ruling letter and proposed revocation of treatment relating to classification of thermal transfer ribbons
  • Proposed revocation of two ruling letters and modification of one ruling letter and proposed revocation of treatment relating to the tariff classification of power distribution units
  • National Customs Automation Program (NCAP) test concerning the submission of certain data required by the Environmental Protection Agency and the Food Safety and Inspection Service using the partner government agency message set through the Automated Commercial Environment (ACE)

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Amie Ahanchian

(202) 533-3247

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