Closure relates to a device or group of devices that in their interaction provide a closing and opening function at the discretion of the user on an application.


See also:
"Closure" is in the NAICS Code "332115"
(Crown and Closure ManufacturingLids, jar, metal, stamping)


"Closure" is in the HS Code "3923"
Articles For The Conveyance Or Packing Of Goods, Of Plastics; Stoppers, Lids, Caps And Other Closure

Ref: 120712/2006-10-01

Closure refers to any structure or device which is designed to close off the opening of a container and prevent loss of its contents.

-see also:
"Closure" is in the NAICS Code "332115"
(Crown and Closure ManufacturingHome canning lids and rings, metal stamping)


"Closure" is in the HS Code "3923"
Articles For The Conveyance Or Packing Of Goods, Of Plastics; Stoppers, Lids, Caps And Other Closure

Ref: 122531/2006-10-06


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