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FTZ Production Authority at Jewelry, Pharmaceutical, Cosmetic Facilities

Wednesday, November 13, 2013
Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg Trade Report

The Foreign-Trade Zones Board has approved production activity under zone procedures at the Almod Diamonds Ltd. facility in in Miami, Fla., which is used for the production (restoration and repair) of jewelry comprised of precious metals and gemstones.

Separately, the FTZ Board is accepting comments no later than Dec. 23 on the following notifications.

- The Delaware Economic Development Office, grantee of FTZ 99, has submitted a notification of proposed production activity at the Noramco Inc. facility in Wilmington, Del., which is used for the production of a pharmaceutical intermediate that Noramco plans to transfer to another FTZ facility for further processing. A separate application for subzone designation is being submitted.

- Revlon Consumer Products Corporation, operator of subzone 93G, has submitted a notification of proposed production activity for its facility in Oxford, N.C. This subzone currently has authority to produce certain cosmetics and personal care products under FTZ procedures using certain foreign inputs, and the current request involves the use of additional inputs in the production of the finished products.

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