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Description for 3111: Leather Tanning and Finishing

Division D: Manufacturing | Major Group 31: Leather And Leather Products

Industry Group 311: Leather Tanning And Finishing

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

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