The Foreign-Trade Zones Board has recently announced the following actions.
- approved expansion of production authority at DSM Nutritional Products LLC facility within FTZ 149 in Freeport, Texas to add a finished product (vinylol-pure and crude) to existing scope of authority covering beta carotene crystalline, C-25 aldehyde, and vinyl salt
- received request to add finished products and a foreign-status material or component to existing scope of authority for GlaxoSmithKline PLC facility within FTZ 93 in Zebulon, N.C., which produces pharmaceutical products (comments due by April 8)
- received application for subzone status within FTZ 262 for the WPG Americas Inc. facility in Southaven, Miss. (comments due by April 8)
- received application on behalf of Swagelok Company to expand subzone 40I to include an additional site in Ravenna, Ohio (comments due by April 8)
- received application for new FTZ in the Grand Junction, Colo., area, with a service area of all of Delta, Garfield, and Mesa counties and portions of Montrose and Rio Blanco counties (comments due by April 29)
- received application for new subzone at the Adams Warehousing Company LLC facility within FTZ 59 in Sidney, Neb. (comments due by April 9)
- received application for new FTZ adjacent to the CBP user fee airport at the Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport, with a service area of Boulder, Clear Creek, Gilpin, and Jefferson counties in Colorado (comments due by April 30)
For more information on FTZ issues, including how to utilize FTZs to mitigate tariff burdens, please contact Lenny Feldman at (305) 894-1011 or Tom Gould at (213) 453-0897.