Notice of Scope Rulings, 73552-73554 [2014-29130]

Download as PDF 73552 Federal Register / Vol. 79, No. 238 / Thursday, December 11, 2014 / Notices Dated: December 8, 2014. David Long, Director, Office of Supply Chain, Professional & Business Services. the scope of the order for ASTM A–335; July 24, 2014. [FR Doc. 2014–29132 Filed 12–10–14; 8:45 am] A–570–967 and C–570–968: Aluminum Extrusions from the People’s Republic of China BILLING CODE 3510–DS–P DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE International Trade Administration Notice of Scope Rulings Enforcement and Compliance, International Trade Administration, Department of Commerce. DATES: Effective Date: December 11, 2014. SUMMARY: The Department of Commerce (‘‘Department’’) hereby publishes a list of scope rulings and anticircumvention determinations made between July 1, 2014, and September 30, 2014, inclusive. We intend to publish future lists after the close of the next calendar quarter. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Brenda E. Waters, AD/CVD Operations, Customs Liaison Unit, Enforcement and Compliance, International Trade Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce, 14th Street and Constitution Avenue NW., Washington, DC 20230; telephone: 202–482–4735. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: AGENCY: Background The Department’s regulations provide that the Secretary will publish in the Federal Register a list of scope rulings on a quarterly basis.1 Our most recent notification of scope rulings was published on August 12, 2014.2 This current notice covers all scope rulings and anticircumvention determinations made by Enforcement and Compliance between July 1, 2014, and September 30, 2014, inclusive. Subsequent lists will follow after the close of each calendar quarter. Scope Rulings Made Between July 1, 2014 and September 30, 2014: Japan. mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with NOTICES A–588–850: Large Diameter Carbon and Alloy Seamless Standard, Line, and Pressure Pipe from Japan Requestor: U.S. Metals, Inc. (USM); USM’s American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) A–335 ferritic alloy steel pipe (specifically, Grades P5, P9, and P11) which USM imports is not within the scope of the antidumping duty order because USM demonstrated that its pipe meets the exclusion under 1 See 19 CFR 351.225(o). Notice of Scope Rulings, 79 FR 47093 (August 12, 2014). 2 See VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:07 Dec 10, 2014 Jkt 235001 People’s Republic of China Requestor: Titan Worldwide Industries Acquisition LLC (‘‘Titan’’); Titan’s three types of scaffolding planks (Aluminum Stages, Aluminum Planks with Plywood Top, and Aluminum Scaffold Boards) are outside the scope of the orders because the scaffolding plank products in question are comprised of aluminum extrusions and non-extruded and/or non-aluminum components and enter as fully-assembled finished goods that are permanently assembled, completed, and are ready to use in a scaffolding system with no further modification subsequent to importation. As such, these products are fully assembled subassemblies ready for immediate installation and use in a larger system; July 8, 2014. A–570–967 and C–570–968: Aluminum Extrusions from the People’s Republic of China Requestor: Signature Partners Inc. (‘‘Signature’’); Signature’s auto trim kit, consisting of aluminum extrusions and non-aluminum extrusion components, is within the scope of the orders because the product does not enter the United States with all components necessary to complete the final automotive trim kit that is delivered to Signature’s customer; July 17, 2014. A–570–967 and C–570–968: Aluminum Extrusions from the People’s Republic of China Requestor: Dynasty Profiles, LLC (‘‘Dynasty’’); Dynasty’s aluminum fence systems (specifically, Dynasty’s Pool Enclosure Fence System, Fence System for Single Family Home, Fence System for Perimeter Wall, Front Yard Fence System, Corner Fence System, and Entry Gate System) are within the scope of the orders because the information provided by Dynasty was not substantial enough to overcome the weight of the evidence regarding the clear business pattern of the fence industry that the Department has seen in prior scope rulings. The Department found that the logistical and economic considerations of shipping aluminum extrusion fence components to the United States causes similar parts to be combined in bulk, and then be reprocessed or repackaged in the United States, and that Dynasty has not established that its aluminum fence systems differ from this industry pattern; July 22, 2014. PO 00000 Frm 00011 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 A–570–967 and C–570–968: Aluminum Extrusions from the People’s Republic of China Requestor: Five Lakes Trading, Inc. (‘‘Five Lakes’’); Five Lakes’ pocket door track, which is extruded from alloy series 6063 aluminum and is cut-tolength and punched, is within the scope of the orders because it meets the description of merchandise subject to the orders; July 22, 2014. A–570–967 and C–570–968: Aluminum Extrusions from the People’s Republic of China Requestor: SPX Cooling Technologies, Inc. (‘‘SPX’’); SPX’s fan blade assemblies, which are composed of extruded aluminum fan blades, polypropylene end caps, a carbon steel shank, carbon steel counter weights, and steel blade hardware, are not within the scope of the orders because they are fully and permanently assembled at the time of entry and require no further finishing or fabrication prior to their use. Thus, the Department determined that the fan blade assemblies meet the exclusion criteria for subassemblies that are finished goods; July 25, 2014. A–570–967 and C–570–968: Aluminum Extrusions from the People’s Republic of China Requestor: Larson Manufacturing Company (‘‘Larson’’); Larson’s storm door accessory kits, which are comprised of a door handle assembly kit and a door expander/sweeper, are outside the scope of the orders. The Department first found that the first part of the storm door accessory kit, the door handle assembly kit, is not comprised of aluminum extrusions and, therefore, would not fall within the scope of the order. With respect to the door expander/sweeper, the Department found that this part contains more than just extruded aluminum components beyond fasteners and contains parts that are fully and permanently assembled and completed at the time of entry and ready to be installed on a storm door and, thus, meet the exclusion criteria for subassemblies that enter the United States as ‘‘finished goods.’’ Therefore, the Department determined that the storm door accessory kit as whole is a packaged combination of parts that contains, at the time of importation, all of the necessary parts to fully assemble a final finished good and requires no further finishing or fabrication, such as cutting or punching, and is assembled ‘‘as is’’ into a finished product. Thus, the storm door accessory kit meets the exclusion for a finished goods kit; August 1, 2014. E:\FR\FM\11DEN1.SGM 11DEN1 Federal Register / Vol. 79, No. 238 / Thursday, December 11, 2014 / Notices A–570–967 and C–570–968: Aluminum Extrusions from the People’s Republic of China Requestor: TACO Metals Inc. (‘‘TACO’’); TACO’s universal backrest kits (consisting of: (i) two vertical support arms made of extruded and anodized 6 series aluminum and injection molded plastic sleeves; and (ii) one horizontal backrest made of PVC board backing, a soft urethane foam cushion, marine grade vinyl fabric; and (iii) hardware made of stainless steel) and universal T-Top kits (consisting of: (i) 2 side frames, a top frame, and a cross bar, each made of 6 series anodized extruded aluminum tubes, cast aluminum bar joints, cast aluminum plate bases, and nylon sleeves and caps; and (ii) hardware made of stainless steel) are outside the scope of the orders because both products enter the United States with all parts needed to assemble a final finished product; August 1, 2014. A–570–967 and C–570–968: Aluminum Extrusions from the People’s Republic of China mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with NOTICES Requestor: Whirlpool Corporation (‘‘Whirlpool’’); Whirlpool’s kitchen appliance door handles with plastic end caps consisting of alloy 6 series aluminum extrusions are within the scope of the orders. The non-aluminum components consist of plastic end caps that are attached by metal screws to the handle and the surface of the kitchen appliance door. The handles are ready for attachment to the refrigerator door upon importation. The Department determined that the kitchen handles at issue were comprised entirely of extruded aluminum and fasteners and, thus, fall inside the language of the scope that includes ‘‘aluminum extrusions which are shapes and forms, produced by an extrusion process.’’ The Department further noted that, ‘‘an imported product will not be considered a ‘finished goods kit’ and, therefore, excluded from the scope of the investigation merely by including fasteners such as screws, bolts, etc. in the packaging with an aluminum extrusion product.’’ On this basis, the Department found the handles at issue to be inside the scope of the orders; August 4, 2014 A–570–967 and C–570–968: Aluminum Extrusions from the People’s Republic of China Requestor: Whirlpool Corporation (‘‘Whirlpool’’); Whirlpool’s kitchen appliance door handles without plastic end caps consisting of alloy 6 series aluminum extrusions are within the VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:07 Dec 10, 2014 Jkt 235001 scope of the orders. The handles are ready for attachment to the refrigerator door upon importation. The Department determined that the kitchen handles at issue were comprised entirely of extruded aluminum and fasteners and, thus, fall inside the language of the scope that includes ‘‘aluminum extrusions which are shapes and forms, produced by an extrusion process;’’ August 4, 2014. A–570–967 and C–570–968: Aluminum Extrusions from the People’s Republic of China Requestor: Rheetech Sales & Services Inc. (‘‘Rheetech’’); Rheetech’s aluminum frames for screen printing, with the mesh screen attached, are outside the scope of the orders because they are permanently assembled, completed, and ready for use at the time of entry and contain more than just aluminum extrusion components and fasteners. Thus, the Department determined that Rheetech’s aluminum frames for screen printing, with the mesh screen attached, meet the exclusion criteria for subassemblies that are finished goods; August 7, 2014. A–570–967 and C–570–968: Aluminum Extrusions from the People’s Republic of China Requestor: Districargo Inc. (‘‘Districargo’’); Districargo’s exhibition booth kits, which are composed of an ‘‘upright aluminum extrusion’’ or pole, extruded aluminum beams, and various iron buckles that are used to connect the extruded aluminum pieces together are within the scope of the orders because the imported product is comprised of extruded aluminum products with a series designation commencing with the number 6, save for iron buckles that are used to connect the various extruded aluminum parts. The Department based its finding on the language in the scope of the order which states that, ‘‘an imported product will not be considered a ‘finished goods kit’ and, therefore, excluded from the scope of the investigation merely by including fasteners such as screws, bolts, etc. in the packaging with an aluminum extrusion product;’’ August 14, 2014. A–570–967 and C–570–968: Aluminum Extrusions from the People’s Republic of China Requestor: TACO Metals Inc. (‘‘TACO’’); TACO’s poles, rod holders, and rod racks are outside the scope of the orders. TACO’s poles, rod holders, and rod racks consist of parts that are fully and permanently assembled and completed at the time of entry, and are ready for installation in a downstream PO 00000 Frm 00012 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 73553 product with no further finishing or fabrication and, therefore meet the exclusion criteria for ‘‘finished goods.’’ Additionally, TACO’s weld-on rod holders contain, at the time of importation, all of the necessary parts to fully assemble a final finished good and require no further finishing or fabrication, such as cutting or punching, and are assembled ‘‘as is’’ into a finished product and, therefore, meet the exclusion criteria for ‘‘finished goods kits; ’’ August 18, 2014. A–570–967 and C–570–968: Aluminum Extrusions from the People’s Republic of China Requestor: Vico Plastics Inc. (‘‘Vico’’); Vico’s cam-lock support poles, which are composed of three aluminum extrusion poles, along with a variety of fasteners (such as screws and locknuts) and non-extruded parts (such as stainless steel springs, a nylon cam lever, rubber crutch tips, and die-cast aluminum collars, and some models come with a plastic swivel base and ball), are outside the scope of the orders because they are finished goods containing aluminum extrusions as parts that are fully and permanently assembled and completed at the time of entry; September 12, 2014. A–570–899: Certain Artist Canvas from the People’s Republic of China Requestor: Jiangsu Animal ByProducts Import & Export Group Corp. (‘‘JABP’’); JABP’s artist canvases are outside the scope of the order because the weaving and priming of the canvases, which impart the artist canvases’ essential characteristics, are performed in India and not the People’s Republic of China; July 23, 2014. A–570–932: Certain Steel Threaded Rod from the People’s Republic of China Requestor: Colonial Elegance Inc.; Baluster Fasteners with a driver, and Newel Fasteners are included within the scope of the antidumping duty order because each of these products match the physical description of subject merchandise found in the order; August 1, 2014. A–570–983 and C–570–984: Drawn Stainless Steel Sinks from the People’s Republic of China Requestor: Speakman Company (‘‘Speakman’’); Speakman’s industrial bowls (that are used in Speakman’s Safety Products such as Speakman eyewashes, Speakman eye/face washes, and Speakman’s combination units or decontamination stations that include a shower and eyewash) are outside the scope of the orders because Speakman’s E:\FR\FM\11DEN1.SGM 11DEN1 73554 Federal Register / Vol. 79, No. 238 / Thursday, December 11, 2014 / Notices industrial bowls have different ultimate purchasers, a different ultimate use, different channels of trade, and different manners in which the products are advertised or displayed than subject merchandise; July 24, 2014. Requestor: Lenz Sales and Dist., Inc.; Lenz’s certain filled cylinders with pressurized refrigerants are outside the scope of the order because Lenz’s cylinders are marked with DOT 39. The plain language of scope of the antidumping and countervailing duty orders on high pressure steel cylinders from the People’s Republic of China states that merchandise impressed with certain specified DOT type markings is covered by the scope; however, a DOT 39 marking is not among the DOT markings specified in the scope; September 12, 2014. A–570–504: Petroleum Wax Candles from the People’s Republic of China Requestor: Hallmark Cards, Inc.; The Tinker Bell candle, taken in its entirety, includes wings and a purple rock base adorned with pink and yellow lilies such that it does not fit the figurine exclusion language as a human and is therefore within the scope of the order; July 23, 2014. Interested parties are invited to comment on the completeness of this list of completed scope and anticircumvention inquiries. Any comments should be submitted to the Deputy Assistant Secretary for AD/CVD Operations, Enforcement and Compliance, International Trade Administration, 14th Street and Constitution Avenue NW., APO/Dockets Unit, Room 1870, Washington, DC 20230. This notice is published in accordance with 19 CFR 351.225(o). Dated: December 2, 2014. Christian Marsh, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Antidumping and Countervailing Duty Operations. mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with NOTICES BILLING CODE 3510–DS–P VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:07 Dec 10, 2014 Jkt 235001 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration RIN 0648–XD604 Magnuson-Stevens Act Provisions; General Provisions for Domestic Fisheries; Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning Closed Areas Expiring A–570–977 and C–570–978: High Pressure Steel Cylinders from the People’s Republic of China [FR Doc. 2014–29130 Filed 12–10–14; 8:45 am] DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS), National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Commerce. ACTION: Notice; reopening of paralytic shellfish poisoning closed areas. AGENCY: Based on request from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, NMFS is not going to renew the paralytic shellfish poisoning closed areas referred to as the Northern and Southern Temporary Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning Closed Areas for another year. The areas have not been subject to a toxic algal bloom for several years, and recent testing of gastropods and whole/ roe-on scallops has demonstrated toxin levels well below those known to cause human illness. DATES: The Northern and Southern Temporary Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning Closures will expire on December 31, 2014. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Jason Berthiaume, Fishery Management Specialist, (978) 281–9177. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: SUMMARY: Background On June 10, 2005, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) requested that NMFS close an area of Federal waters off the coasts of New Hampshire and Massachusetts (50 CFR 648.14(a)(10)(iii) and (iv)) for bivalve harvesting due to the presence of toxins that cause Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning (PSP). These toxins can accumulate in filter-feeding shellfish, and consumption of contaminated shellfish can cause illness or death. These closures were first implemented in 2005 (70 FR 35047) and were subsequently modified a number of times from 2005–2008, with the remaining closure subsequently extended from 2008 until 2013. Beginning in 2014, the closures also included a prohibition on the harvest of gastropods (78 FR 78783). Also in 2014, the Northern closure was lifted for bivalve harvesting with the exception of whole/roe on scallops (79 FR 59150), leaving the area closed to gastropod and whole/roe-on scallop harvesting through December 31, 2014, unless otherwise continued. PO 00000 Frm 00013 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 Recently, NMFS, the FDA, the Massachusetts Division of Marine Fisheries (DMF) and the fishing industry investigated whether the closures are still warranted. The fishing industry collected gastropod and scallop samples from the areas during the summer of 2014. The FDA conducted laboratory testing of the samples collected, which demonstrated toxin levels well below those known to cause human illness. As a result, on October 8, 2014, the FDA sent NMFS a letter requesting that we not renew the Northern and Southern Temporary PSP Closures for 2015. NMFS has been renewing these closures annually under emergency authority at the request of the FDA. The current closures are set to expire on December 31, 2014, and because the FDA has requested we not renew the closures, they will expire at the end of December, resulting in the areas being open beginning January 1, 2015. This notice is to inform the public that the areas referred to as the Northern and Temporary PSP Closed Areas will be reopened beginning January 1, 2015 for gastropod and whole/roe-on scallop harvesting. This includes the fisheries for whelk, conch, snails and whole or roe-on scallop harvesting. Scallop harvesting of the abductor muscle is already permitted in the area, and is not affected by this reopening. Given that the Northern closure was recently lifted for other bivalves, this will remove these closures in their entirety. The FDA has an agreement with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to conduct PSP monitoring of bivalves from the area in accordance with currently accepted PSP testing procedures. The bivalve testing will serve as an indicator for all molluscan shellfish and gastropods. DMF is testing the reopened waters, and if the results yield samples that exceed the threshold for public safety, DMF will inform us to that effect, and we would work with the FDA to reinstate the closure, as necessary. The areas defined at 50 CFR 648.81(h)(1)(i), (iv), and (vi) referred to as the Western Gulf of Maine Habitat Closure Area, Closed Area I-North Habitat Closure Area, and Nantucket Lightship Habitat Closed Area respectively, overlap with the area that would be reopened. These overlapping closures areas remain closed to bottom tending mobile gear including scallop dredge gear, otter trawls, hydraulic clam dredge gear and any other bottom tending mobile gear types. BILLING CODE 3510–22–P E:\FR\FM\11DEN1.SGM 11DEN1

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DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE

International Trade Administration


Notice of Scope Rulings

AGENCY: Enforcement and Compliance, International Trade Administration, 
Department of Commerce.

DATES: Effective Date: December 11, 2014.
SUMMARY: The Department of Commerce (``Department'') hereby publishes a 
list of scope rulings and anticircumvention determinations made between 
July 1, 2014, and September 30, 2014, inclusive. We intend to publish 
future lists after the close of the next calendar quarter.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Brenda E. Waters, AD/CVD Operations, 
Customs Liaison Unit, Enforcement and Compliance, International Trade 
Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce, 14th Street and 
Constitution Avenue NW., Washington, DC 20230; telephone: 202-482-4735.

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION:

Background

    The Department's regulations provide that the Secretary will 
publish in the Federal Register a list of scope rulings on a quarterly 
basis.\1\ Our most recent notification of scope rulings was published 
on August 12, 2014.\2\ This current notice covers all scope rulings and 
anticircumvention determinations made by Enforcement and Compliance 
between July 1, 2014, and September 30, 2014, inclusive. Subsequent 
lists will follow after the close of each calendar quarter.
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    \1\ See 19 CFR 351.225(o).
    \2\ See Notice of Scope Rulings, 79 FR 47093 (August 12, 2014).
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    Scope Rulings Made Between July 1, 2014 and September 30, 2014: 
Japan.

A-588-850: Large Diameter Carbon and Alloy Seamless Standard, Line, and 
Pressure Pipe from Japan

    Requestor: U.S. Metals, Inc. (USM); USM's American Society for 
Testing and Materials (ASTM) A-335 ferritic alloy steel pipe 
(specifically, Grades P5, P9, and P11) which USM imports is not within 
the scope of the antidumping duty order because USM demonstrated that 
its pipe meets the exclusion under the scope of the order for ASTM A-
335; July 24, 2014.

People's Republic of China

A-570-967 and C-570-968: Aluminum Extrusions from the People's Republic 
of China

    Requestor: Titan Worldwide Industries Acquisition LLC (``Titan''); 
Titan's three types of scaffolding planks (Aluminum Stages, Aluminum 
Planks with Plywood Top, and Aluminum Scaffold Boards) are outside the 
scope of the orders because the scaffolding plank products in question 
are comprised of aluminum extrusions and non-extruded and/or non-
aluminum components and enter as fully-assembled finished goods that 
are permanently assembled, completed, and are ready to use in a 
scaffolding system with no further modification subsequent to 
importation. As such, these products are fully assembled subassemblies 
ready for immediate installation and use in a larger system; July 8, 
2014.

A-570-967 and C-570-968: Aluminum Extrusions from the People's Republic 
of China

    Requestor: Signature Partners Inc. (``Signature''); Signature's 
auto trim kit, consisting of aluminum extrusions and non-aluminum 
extrusion components, is within the scope of the orders because the 
product does not enter the United States with all components necessary 
to complete the final automotive trim kit that is delivered to 
Signature's customer; July 17, 2014.

A-570-967 and C-570-968: Aluminum Extrusions from the People's Republic 
of China

    Requestor: Dynasty Profiles, LLC (``Dynasty''); Dynasty's aluminum 
fence systems (specifically, Dynasty's Pool Enclosure Fence System, 
Fence System for Single Family Home, Fence System for Perimeter Wall, 
Front Yard Fence System, Corner Fence System, and Entry Gate System) 
are within the scope of the orders because the information provided by 
Dynasty was not substantial enough to overcome the weight of the 
evidence regarding the clear business pattern of the fence industry 
that the Department has seen in prior scope rulings. The Department 
found that the logistical and economic considerations of shipping 
aluminum extrusion fence components to the United States causes similar 
parts to be combined in bulk, and then be reprocessed or repackaged in 
the United States, and that Dynasty has not established that its 
aluminum fence systems differ from this industry pattern; July 22, 
2014.

A-570-967 and C-570-968: Aluminum Extrusions from the People's Republic 
of China

    Requestor: Five Lakes Trading, Inc. (``Five Lakes''); Five Lakes' 
pocket door track, which is extruded from alloy series 6063 aluminum 
and is cut-to-length and punched, is within the scope of the orders 
because it meets the description of merchandise subject to the orders; 
July 22, 2014.

A-570-967 and C-570-968: Aluminum Extrusions from the People's Republic 
of China

    Requestor: SPX Cooling Technologies, Inc. (``SPX''); SPX's fan 
blade assemblies, which are composed of extruded aluminum fan blades, 
polypropylene end caps, a carbon steel shank, carbon steel counter 
weights, and steel blade hardware, are not within the scope of the 
orders because they are fully and permanently assembled at the time of 
entry and require no further finishing or fabrication prior to their 
use. Thus, the Department determined that the fan blade assemblies meet 
the exclusion criteria for subassemblies that are finished goods; July 
25, 2014.

A-570-967 and C-570-968: Aluminum Extrusions from the People's Republic 
of China

    Requestor: Larson Manufacturing Company (``Larson''); Larson's 
storm door accessory kits, which are comprised of a door handle 
assembly kit and a door expander/sweeper, are outside the scope of the 
orders. The Department first found that the first part of the storm 
door accessory kit, the door handle assembly kit, is not comprised of 
aluminum extrusions and, therefore, would not fall within the scope of 
the order. With respect to the door expander/sweeper, the Department 
found that this part contains more than just extruded aluminum 
components beyond fasteners and contains parts that are fully and 
permanently assembled and completed at the time of entry and ready to 
be installed on a storm door and, thus, meet the exclusion criteria for 
subassemblies that enter the United States as ``finished goods.'' 
Therefore, the Department determined that the storm door accessory kit 
as whole is a packaged combination of parts that contains, at the time 
of importation, all of the necessary parts to fully assemble a final 
finished good and requires no further finishing or fabrication, such as 
cutting or punching, and is assembled ``as is'' into a finished 
product. Thus, the storm door accessory kit meets the exclusion for a 
finished goods kit; August 1, 2014.

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A-570-967 and C-570-968: Aluminum Extrusions from the People's Republic 
of China

    Requestor: TACO Metals Inc. (``TACO''); TACO's universal backrest 
kits (consisting of: (i) two vertical support arms made of extruded and 
anodized 6 series aluminum and injection molded plastic sleeves; and 
(ii) one horizontal backrest made of PVC board backing, a soft urethane 
foam cushion, marine grade vinyl fabric; and (iii) hardware made of 
stainless steel) and universal T-Top kits (consisting of: (i) 2 side 
frames, a top frame, and a cross bar, each made of 6 series anodized 
extruded aluminum tubes, cast aluminum bar joints, cast aluminum plate 
bases, and nylon sleeves and caps; and (ii) hardware made of stainless 
steel) are outside the scope of the orders because both products enter 
the United States with all parts needed to assemble a final finished 
product; August 1, 2014.

A-570-967 and C-570-968: Aluminum Extrusions from the People's Republic 
of China

    Requestor: Whirlpool Corporation (``Whirlpool''); Whirlpool's 
kitchen appliance door handles with plastic end caps consisting of 
alloy 6 series aluminum extrusions are within the scope of the orders. 
The non-aluminum components consist of plastic end caps that are 
attached by metal screws to the handle and the surface of the kitchen 
appliance door. The handles are ready for attachment to the 
refrigerator door upon importation. The Department determined that the 
kitchen handles at issue were comprised entirely of extruded aluminum 
and fasteners and, thus, fall inside the language of the scope that 
includes ``aluminum extrusions which are shapes and forms, produced by 
an extrusion process.'' The Department further noted that, ``an 
imported product will not be considered a `finished goods kit' and, 
therefore, excluded from the scope of the investigation merely by 
including fasteners such as screws, bolts, etc. in the packaging with 
an aluminum extrusion product.'' On this basis, the Department found 
the handles at issue to be inside the scope of the orders; August 4, 
2014

A-570-967 and C-570-968: Aluminum Extrusions from the People's Republic 
of China

    Requestor: Whirlpool Corporation (``Whirlpool''); Whirlpool's 
kitchen appliance door handles without plastic end caps consisting of 
alloy 6 series aluminum extrusions are within the scope of the orders. 
The handles are ready for attachment to the refrigerator door upon 
importation. The Department determined that the kitchen handles at 
issue were comprised entirely of extruded aluminum and fasteners and, 
thus, fall inside the language of the scope that includes ``aluminum 
extrusions which are shapes and forms, produced by an extrusion 
process;'' August 4, 2014.

A-570-967 and C-570-968: Aluminum Extrusions from the People's Republic 
of China

    Requestor: Rheetech Sales & Services Inc. (``Rheetech''); 
Rheetech's aluminum frames for screen printing, with the mesh screen 
attached, are outside the scope of the orders because they are 
permanently assembled, completed, and ready for use at the time of 
entry and contain more than just aluminum extrusion components and 
fasteners. Thus, the Department determined that Rheetech's aluminum 
frames for screen printing, with the mesh screen attached, meet the 
exclusion criteria for subassemblies that are finished goods; August 7, 
2014.

A-570-967 and C-570-968: Aluminum Extrusions from the People's Republic 
of China

    Requestor: Districargo Inc. (``Districargo''); Districargo's 
exhibition booth kits, which are composed of an ``upright aluminum 
extrusion'' or pole, extruded aluminum beams, and various iron buckles 
that are used to connect the extruded aluminum pieces together are 
within the scope of the orders because the imported product is 
comprised of extruded aluminum products with a series designation 
commencing with the number 6, save for iron buckles that are used to 
connect the various extruded aluminum parts. The Department based its 
finding on the language in the scope of the order which states that, 
``an imported product will not be considered a `finished goods kit' 
and, therefore, excluded from the scope of the investigation merely by 
including fasteners such as screws, bolts, etc. in the packaging with 
an aluminum extrusion product;'' August 14, 2014.

A-570-967 and C-570-968: Aluminum Extrusions from the People's Republic 
of China

    Requestor: TACO Metals Inc. (``TACO''); TACO's poles, rod holders, 
and rod racks are outside the scope of the orders. TACO's poles, rod 
holders, and rod racks consist of parts that are fully and permanently 
assembled and completed at the time of entry, and are ready for 
installation in a downstream product with no further finishing or 
fabrication and, therefore meet the exclusion criteria for ``finished 
goods.'' Additionally, TACO's weld-on rod holders contain, at the time 
of importation, all of the necessary parts to fully assemble a final 
finished good and require no further finishing or fabrication, such as 
cutting or punching, and are assembled ``as is'' into a finished 
product and, therefore, meet the exclusion criteria for ``finished 
goods kits; '' August 18, 2014.

A-570-967 and C-570-968: Aluminum Extrusions from the People's Republic 
of China

    Requestor: Vico Plastics Inc. (``Vico''); Vico's cam-lock support 
poles, which are composed of three aluminum extrusion poles, along with 
a variety of fasteners (such as screws and locknuts) and non-extruded 
parts (such as stainless steel springs, a nylon cam lever, rubber 
crutch tips, and die-cast aluminum collars, and some models come with a 
plastic swivel base and ball), are outside the scope of the orders 
because they are finished goods containing aluminum extrusions as parts 
that are fully and permanently assembled and completed at the time of 
entry; September 12, 2014.

A-570-899: Certain Artist Canvas from the People's Republic of China

    Requestor: Jiangsu Animal By-Products Import & Export Group Corp. 
(``JABP''); JABP's artist canvases are outside the scope of the order 
because the weaving and priming of the canvases, which impart the 
artist canvases' essential characteristics, are performed in India and 
not the People's Republic of China; July 23, 2014.

A-570-932: Certain Steel Threaded Rod from the People's Republic of 
China

    Requestor: Colonial Elegance Inc.; Baluster Fasteners with a 
driver, and Newel Fasteners are included within the scope of the 
antidumping duty order because each of these products match the 
physical description of subject merchandise found in the order; August 
1, 2014.

A-570-983 and C-570-984: Drawn Stainless Steel Sinks from the People's 
Republic of China

    Requestor: Speakman Company (``Speakman''); Speakman's industrial 
bowls (that are used in Speakman's Safety Products such as Speakman 
eyewashes, Speakman eye/face washes, and Speakman's combination units 
or decontamination stations that include a shower and eyewash) are 
outside the scope of the orders because Speakman's

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industrial bowls have different ultimate purchasers, a different 
ultimate use, different channels of trade, and different manners in 
which the products are advertised or displayed than subject 
merchandise; July 24, 2014.

A-570-977 and C-570-978: High Pressure Steel Cylinders from the 
People's Republic of China

    Requestor: Lenz Sales and Dist., Inc.; Lenz's certain filled 
cylinders with pressurized refrigerants are outside the scope of the 
order because Lenz's cylinders are marked with DOT 39. The plain 
language of scope of the antidumping and countervailing duty orders on 
high pressure steel cylinders from the People's Republic of China 
states that merchandise impressed with certain specified DOT type 
markings is covered by the scope; however, a DOT 39 marking is not 
among the DOT markings specified in the scope; September 12, 2014.

A-570-504: Petroleum Wax Candles from the People's Republic of China

    Requestor: Hallmark Cards, Inc.; The Tinker Bell candle, taken in 
its entirety, includes wings and a purple rock base adorned with pink 
and yellow lilies such that it does not fit the figurine exclusion 
language as a human and is therefore within the scope of the order; 
July 23, 2014.
    Interested parties are invited to comment on the completeness of 
this list of completed scope and anticircumvention inquiries. Any 
comments should be submitted to the Deputy Assistant Secretary for AD/
CVD Operations, Enforcement and Compliance, International Trade 
Administration, 14th Street and Constitution Avenue NW., APO/Dockets 
Unit, Room 1870, Washington, DC 20230.
    This notice is published in accordance with 19 CFR 351.225(o).

     Dated: December 2, 2014.
    Christian Marsh,
Deputy Assistant Secretary for Antidumping and Countervailing Duty 
Operations.
[FR Doc. 2014-29130 Filed 12-10-14; 8:45 am]
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