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FTZ Board Approves Production at Truck Assembly Plant, Considers Fabric Facility Request

Tuesday, July 22, 2014
Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg Trade Report

The Foreign-Trade Zones Board has authorized production under zone procedures at the OHL Contract Logistics LLC facility within FTZ 72 in Plainfield, Ind., which is used for the kitting of subassemblies and parts for heavy trucks and excavation machinery. Foreign textile inputs (classified under HTSUS 4202.12) will be admitted to the zone in domestic (duty-paid) status or privileged foreign status.

Separately, the FTZ Board is accepting through Aug. 14 comments on new evidence provided by CSI Calendering Inc. concerning a request for production authority at its facility within FTZ 39 in Arlington, Texas. The proposed activity involves calendering, slitting and laminating certain RFL (resorcinol formaldehyde latex) textile fabrics.

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