The Foreign-Trade Zones Board has recently announced the following actions. Click here for more information on how FTZs can benefit your business, or contact attorney Scott Taylor at (212) 549-0153 or via email.
- received an application to expand subzone 196A to include an additional site in Fort Worth, Texas (comments due by Jan. 16)
- received a notification of proposed production activity (regarding additional foreign-status materials and components used in the manufacture of passenger motor vehicles) at the BMW Manufacturing Company LLC facility within subzone 38A in Spartanburg, S.C. (comments due by Jan. 16)
- received a request to expand subzone 18G at the Tesla Inc. facility in Oakland, Calif. (comments due by Jan. 23)
- received a notification of proposed production activity (regarding tractor component parts and axle subassemblies) at the CNH Industrial America LLC facility within FTZ 41 in Sturtevant, Wis. (comments due by Jan. 23)
- received a notification of proposed production activity (regarding industrial perfumes/fragrance mixtures) at the Procter & Gamble Manufacturing Company facility within FTZ 151 in Lima, Ohio (comments due by Jan. 23)
- denied a request to remove a restriction requiring admission in privileged foreign status for continuous filament polypropylene yarn used to make woven area rugs at the Flemish Master Weavers facility within FTZ 186 in Sanford, Maine
- approved the establishment of subzone 61AC at the Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health Puerto Rico LLC facility in Barceloneta, PR
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