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Chapter VII

Supplement No. 2 to Part 754—Unprocessed Western Red Cedar

This version is the current regulation | Last updated: April 4, 2024

This table is a non-exhaustive list of 10-digit Harmonized System-based Schedule B commodity numbers that may apply to unprocessed western red cedar products subject to license requirements of § 754.4 of this part. The 10-digit Harmonized System-based Schedule B commodity numbers and descriptions below are drawn from Chapter 44 of the Schedule B 2014 found at and the AES 2014 Export Concordance (December 30, 2013) If there are any discrepancies between the information in this supplement and the information in the most current Schedule B, use the most current Schedule B commodity number on your Electronic Export Information filing in the Automated Export System.

Schedule B commodity No. Description
Wood in the rough
4403100030Poles, piles and posts; 'treated'.
4403100060Wood in the rough; 'treated'.
4403200010Not 'treated'; coniferous; poles, piles and posts.
4403200055Not 'treated'; coniferous; logs and timber; Western Red Cedar (Thuja Plicata).
4407100101Coniferous; finger-jointed.
4407100102Coniferous; except finger-jointed; 'treated'.
4407100168Coniferous; except finger-jointed; not 'treated'; Western Red Cedar (Thuja Plicata); 'rough'.
4407100169Coniferous; except finger-jointed; not 'treated'; Western Red Cedar (Thuja Plicata); not 'rough'.
Note 1:

4403 heading in the Schedule B 2014 pertains to “wood in the rough, whether or not stripped of bark or sapwood, or roughly squared (not including lumber of heading 4407).”

Note 2:

The 6-digit Harmonized System subheading 4403.10 and the 10-digit Harmonized System code 4407.10.0102 in Schedule B 2014 state that 'treated' means “treated with paint, stain, creosote or other preservatives.”

Note 3:

The 4407 heading in the Schedule B 2014 refers to 'lumber' as “wood sawn or chipped lengthwise, sliced or peeled, whether or not planed, sanded or end-jointed, of a thickness exceeding 6mm (.236 inch).”

Note 4:

Section IX—Chapter 44 of Schedule B 2014, Statistical Note 3 states, “for the purpose of heading 4407, the term “rough” includes wood that has been edged, resawn, crosscut or trimmed to smaller sizes but it does not include wood that has been dressed or surfaced by planing on one or more edges or faces or has been edge-glued or end-glued.”

[79 FR 34412, June 17, 2014]