Proposed NMFC Changes Scheduled for August 7, 2021

Proposed NMFC Changes Scheduled for August 7, 2021

06/17/2021
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Please be advised that the Commodity Classification Standards Board (CCSB) has released a Notice of Disposition outlining the proposed amendments considered at the public meeting on June 8, 2021. Dispositions resulting in amendments to the National Motor Freight Classification© (NMFC©) will be published in a supplement to the NMFC unless reconsideration is granted. The supplement is scheduled to be issued on July 8, 2021, with an effective date of August 7, 2021.

Please see below for a few of the dispositions found in the Notice of Disposition (Docket 2021-2). 

  • Machinery NOI or Machinery or Machine parts NOI, #133000: Currently 6 classes based on package and density (250, 175, 110, 92.5, 70 and 60); will expand to 8 classes based on package and density (400, 250, 175, 125, 100, 85, 77.5 and 65).
  • Cereals Items Canceled: A new NMFC #72310 will be introduced to replace 42300, 42310, 42315, 42318, 42320, 42330, 42350, 42380, 42390, 42410 and 42436.
  • Cereals, NMFC #72310 (New): Will have 3 density-based classes: 70, 100 and 150.
  • Flag Poles and Parts Canceled: A new NMFC #160420 will be introduced to replace 22060, 69990, 70000, 70010 and 94880.
  • Poles, Staffs or Sticks, Flag or Sections, Flag Pole, Staff or Stick Bases, Holders or Stands, NMFC #160420 (New): Will have 12 classes based on the greatest dimension and density.
  • Spool Items Canceled: A new spool item, #177400, will be introduced to replace 177430, 177450, 177470, 177500, 177520, 177540, 177560, 177580 177600, 177620 and 177640.
  • Spools, NMFC #177400 (New): Will have 11 density-based classes.
  • Gratings or Foot Walks, NMFC #13490: Canceled and replaced with new item #13450.
  • Aluminum Footwalks, Walkways or Gratings, NMFC #13450 (New): Will have 12 classes based on greatest dimension and density.

Please see disposition for new notes and changes on some chemical and medical items.

For the most current information available, please visit our NMFC Timeline Guide.

Who said logistics has to be complicated? We certainly didn’t. Contact our team to learn more about NMFC changes.

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