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  • Bojen Chen
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    Canadian customer is importing collated screws from our factory in China, but says there’s anti-dumping duties on other types of screws and can’t buy from us.

    Exactly what is the anti-dumping rules in Canada? and is it imposed on any other countries?

    Sharon Lan
    Participant
    Post count: 8

    The following carbon steel fasteners were excluded by the Tribunal’s order:

    -Acoustic lag screws;
    -Aster screws
    -Chicago screws;
    -Collated screws;
    -Connector screws (kd);
    -Décor screws;
    -Drawer handle screws;
    -Drive spikes RR;
    -Euro screws;
    -Hex socket cap screws;
    -Instrument screws;
    -Knurled head screws;
    -Machine screws with wings;
    -Optical screws;
    -Screw spikes RR;
    -Security screws;
    -Self-clinching studs;
    -Socket cap screws;
    -Socket set screws;
    -Square-head set screws;
    -Thumb screws;
    -U-drive screws;
    -Wing screws;
    -Screws imported under tariff item Nos. 9952.00.00, 9964.00.00, 9969.00.00, 9972.00.00 and 9973.00.00 for use in the manufacture of snowmobiles, all-terrain vehicles, personal watercraft and three-wheeled motorcycles;
    -R4™ screws marketed by GRK Canada Limited which have the features and characteristics described in Canadian patent numbers 2 267 572 and 2 198 832 and a Climatek™ coating which is certified to meet the ICC Evaluation Service, Inc. (ICC-ES) “Acceptance Criteria for Corrosion-resistant Fasteners and Evaluation of Corrosion Effects of Wood Treatment Chemicals” (AC257); or equivalent;
    -RSS™ rugged structural screws marketed by GRK Canada Limited which have the features and characteristics described in Canadian patent numbers 2 267 572 and 2 140 472 and a Climatek™ coating which is certified to meet the ICC-ES “Acceptance Criteria for Corrosion-resistant Fasteners and Evaluation of Corrosion Effects of Wood Treatment Chemicals” (AC257); or equivalent;
    -MSS™ zip tip metal siding screws marketed by GRK Canada Limited which have the features and characteristics described in Canadian patent numbers 2 267 572 and 2 478 635 and a Climatek™ coating which is certified to meet the ICC-ES “Acceptance Criteria for Corrosion-resistant Fasteners and Evaluation of Corrosion Effects of Wood Treatment Chemicals” (AC257); or equivalent;
    -MSS™ drill tip metal siding screws marketed by GRK Canada Limited which have the features and characteristics described in Canadian patent numbers 2 267 572 and 2 478 635 and a Climatek™ coating which is certified to meet the ICC-ES “Acceptance Criteria for Corrosion-resistant Fasteners and Evaluation of Corrosion Effects of Wood Treatment Chemicals” (AC257); or equivalent;
    -Pan™ head screws marketed by GRK Canada Limited which have the features and characteristics described in Canadian patent number 2 267 572 and a Climatek™ coating which is certified to meet ICC-ES “Acceptance Criteria for Corrosion-resistant Fasteners and Evaluation of Corrosion Effects of Wood Treatment Chemicals” (AC257); or equivalent;
    -Cabinet™ screws marketed by GRK Canada Limited which have the features and characteristics described in Canadian patent number 2 267 572 and a Climatek™ coating which is certified to meet ICC-ES “Acceptance Criteria for Corrosion-resistant Fasteners and Evaluation of Corrosion Effects of Wood Treatment Chemicals” (AC257); or equivalent;
    -FIN/Trim™ head screws marketed by GRK Canada Limited which have the features and characteristics described in Canadian patent number 2 267 572 and a Climatek™ coating which is certified to meet ICC-ES “Acceptance Criteria for Corrosion-resistant Fasteners and Evaluation of Corrosion Effects of Wood Treatment Chemicals” (AC257); or equivalent;
    -White FIN/Trim™ head screws marketed by GRK Canada Limited which have the features and characteristics described in Canadian patent number 2 267 572 and a Climatek™ coating which is certified to meet ICC-ES “Acceptance Criteria for Corrosion-resistant Fasteners and Evaluation of Corrosion Effects of Wood Treatment Chemicals” (AC257); or equivalent;
    -RT Composite™ Trim™ head screws marketed by GRK Canada Limited which have the features and characteristics described in Canadian patent number 2 267 572 and a Climatek™ coating which is certified to meet ICC-ES “Acceptance Criteria for Corrosion-resistant Fasteners and Evaluation of Corrosion Effects of Wood Treatment Chemicals” (AC257); or equivalent;
    -White RT Composite™ Trim™ head screws marketed by GRK Canada Limited which have the features and characteristics described in Canadian patent number 2 267 572 and a Climatek™ coating which is certified to meet ICC-ES “Acceptance Criteria for Corrosion-resistant Fasteners and Evaluation of Corrosion Effects of Wood Treatment Chemicals” (AC257); or equivalent;
    -Vinyl Window™ screws marketed by GRK Canada Limited which have the features and characteristics described in Canadian patent number 2 267 572 and a Climatek™ coating which is certified to meet ICC-ES “Acceptance Criteria for Corrosion-resistant Fasteners and Evaluation of Corrosion Effects of Wood Treatment Chemicals” (AC257); or equivalent;
    -Caliburn™ concrete screws marketed by GRK Canada Limited which have the features and characteristics described in Canadian patent number 2 267 572 and a Climatek™ coating which is certified to meet ICC-ES “Acceptance Criteria for Corrosion-resistant Fasteners and Evaluation of Corrosion Effects of Wood Treatment Chemicals” (AC257); or equivalent;
    -Kameleon™ composite deck screws marketed by GRK Canada Limited which have the features and characteristics described in Canadian patent number 2 267 572 and a Climatek™ coating which is certified to meet ICC-ES “Acceptance Criteria for Corrosion-resistant Fasteners and Evaluation of Corrosion Effects of Wood Treatment Chemicals” (AC257); or equivalent;
    -Sharp-pointed drywall screws with diameters ranging from #6 to #7, lengths ranging from 0.4375 in. to 2.25 in., with a coarse, fine or high-low thread, with a bugle, flat, pan, truss or wafer head, with a Phillips driver and a black phosphate or standard zinc finish;
    -Self-drilling drywall screws with diameters ranging from #6 to #7, lengths ranging from 0.4375 in. to 2.25 in., with a fine thread, with a bugle, flat, flat truss, pan, pancake, truss or wafer head, with a Phillips driver and a black phosphate or standard zinc finish.

    Exclusions from the CITT Order of January 5, 2015:

    All carbon steel screws that are listed below are specifically excluded:

    -TOPLoc™ or Splitstop™ composite decking fasteners for exclusive use in conjunction with TimberTech® composite material decking systems.
    -Titen HD™ (THD) heavy-duty carbon steel screw anchors for concrete, manufactured for and imported by Simpson Strong-Tie, bearing Canadian trademark number TMA614622 and Canadian patent number CA2349358, with diameters of between 0.25 in. (1/4 in.) and 0.375 in. (3/8 in.), inclusive (i.e. between 6.35 mm and 9.525 mm, inclusive), and lengths of between 1.25 in. and 8.00 in., inclusive (i.e. between 31.75 mm and 203.2 mm, inclusive), tested or assessed in accordance with one or more of: ASTM E488 (“Standard Test Methods for Strength of Anchors in Concrete and Masonry Elements”); AC106 (“Acceptance Criteria for Predrilled Fasteners (Screw Anchors) in Masonry Elements”); AC193 (“Acceptance Criteria for Mechanical Anchors in Concrete Elements”); or ACI 355.2/ACI 355.2R (“Qualification of Post-Installed Mechanical Anchors in Concrete”) as amended or replaced from time to time .

    Amendment of the CITT Order of January 5, 2015, to exclude, effective May 16, 2016:

    -Shoulder bolts made of steel, grade 5, and zinc-plated, with a hexagonal head, an unthreaded cylindrical shoulder section ranging from 1/4 inch to 3/4 inch in diameter, and a threaded section that is smaller in diameter than the shoulder ranging from 3/8 inch to 7/8 inch in length and between 10-24 and 5/8-11 in common thread sizes.

    Additional Information

    Hex socket cap screws and socket cap screws are specifically excluded and hex cap screws as a whole are also excluded.

    “Lag bolts” are considered to be subject lag screws.

    There is a difference between wing screws and screws with wings, the former are excluded while the latter are, with the exception of machine screws with wings, included.

    Some fasteners designated as “bolts” are in reality subject screws, namely: flange bolts, bin bolts, grain bin bolts, square and hex lag bolts, and stove bolts.

    Sharon Lan
    Participant
    Post count: 8

    Canada Anti-Dumping is imposed on: China and Chinese Taipei

    Mike Tomasello
    Moderator
    Post count: 9

    These are subject to anti-dumping duties in Cananda

    • Wood screws: #4 to #24 (0.112″ to 0.386″)x3/8 to 8″ M3 to M10x10 mm to 200 mm
    • Square and hex lag screws: #14 to #24 (1/4″ to 0.386″)x3/4 to 4″ M6 to M10x20 mm to 100 mm
    • Sheet metal/tapping screws: #4 to #24 (0.112″ to 0.386″)x3/8 to 8″ M3 to M10x10 mm to 200 mm
    • Thread forming screws: #4 to #24 (0.112″ to 0.386″)x3/8 to 3″ M3 to M10x10 mm to 75 mm
    • Thread cutting screws: #4 to #24 (0.112″ to 0.386″)x3/8 to 3″ M3 to M10x10 mm to 75 mm
    • Thread rolling screws: #4 to #24 (0.112″ to 0.386″)x3/8 to 3″ M3 to M10x10 mm to 75 mm
    • Self-drilling tapping screws: #4 to #24 (0.112″ to 0.386″)x3/8 to 3″ M3 to M10x10 mm to 75 mm
    • Machine screws: #4 to 3/8″ (0.112″ to 3/8″) x3/8 to 8″ M3 to M10x10 mm to 200 mm
    • Flange screws: 1/4″; to 5/8″ x3/8 to 4″ M6 to M16x10 mm to 100 mm
    John Brooks
    Participant
    Post count: 10

    Anti dumping duties: 170%

    Efren Madrigal
    Participant
    Post count: 5

    Aren’t Canadians importing screws from Taiwan and China? With that high import tax how are they getting screws?

    Janice Heikkinen
    Participant
    Post count: 4

    Our supply chain manager said that in Canada some very huge manufacturer can import Chinese/Taiwanese screws without being subject to anti-dumping tax, because the Canadian government wants to protect the big enterprises that contribute a lot to the country’s GDP.

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