The Foreign-Trade Zones Board has recently announced the following actions.
- received an application for subzone status for the Maine Coast Shellfish LLC facility within FTZ 186 in York, Maine (comments due by June 17)
- received an application for production authority at the Wacker Polysilicon North America LLC facility within FTZ 134 in Charleston, Tenn., which is used for the production of polysilicon (comments due by July 8)
- received a notification of proposed production activity at the Coreworks LLC facility within FTZ 84 in Katy, Texas, which is used for the production of brazed aluminum heat exchangers and cryogenic equipment (comments due by June 17)
- received a notification of proposed expanded production activity at the Hitachi Automotive Systems Americas Inc. facilities within FTZ 29 in Harrodsburg and Berea, Ky., where Hitachi already has authority to produce automotive components (comments due by June 17)
- received a notification of proposed expanded production activity at the Stihl Incorporated facility within FTZ 20 in Virginia Beach, Va., where Stihl already has authority to produce outdoor power equipment and parts (comments due by June 17)
For more information on how FTZs can benefit your business, please contact customs and trade attorney Lenny Feldman at (305) 894-1011 or consultant Tom Gould at (213) 453-0897.
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