The Foreign-Trade Zones Board has recently announced the actions listed below.
For more information on how FTZs can benefit your business, please contact customs and trade attorney Lenny Feldman at (305) 894-1011.
- approved the establishment of subzone 31D at the Walgreen Co. facility in Mt. Vernon, Ill.
- approved the establishment of FTZ 298 with a service area of Boulder, Clear Creek, Gilpin, and Jefferson counties in Colorado
- approved the expansion of subzone 7F at the Puma Energy Caribe LLC facility in Guaynabo, Puerto Rico
- approved subzone status for the Fisher Footwear LLC facility within FTZ 44 in Cranbury, N.J.
- approved expanded production activity at the Flextronics America LLC facility within FTZ 183 in Austin, Texas, where Flextronics already had authority to produce automated data processing machines, to add foreign-status components to the scope of authority
- received a notification of proposed production activity at the Frank’s International LLC facilities within FTZ 124 in New Iberia and Lafayette, La., which will be used for the production of API specification line pipe with tubular joints (comments due April 13)
- received a notification of proposed production activity at the UniCarriers Americas Corporation facility within FTZ 176 in Marengo, Ill, where UniCarriers already has authority to produce forklifts, to add finished products and foreign-status materials and components to the scope of authority (comments due by April 13)
- received a notification of proposed production activity at the SICK Product & Compliance Center Americas LLC facility within FTZ 119 in Savage, Minn., where SICK Product already has authority to produce photo-electronic industrial sensors, encoders, optical readers, and monitoring systems, to add four finished products and additional foreign status materials and components to the scope of authority (comments due by April 14)