This strategic alliance between FTZC and Management Dynamics will integrate and expand the use of Foreign-Trade Zones in global trade management.
The Foreign-Trade Zone Corporation (FTZC) is the only nationally recognized consulting firm that limits its practice to the U.S. Foreign-Trade Zones program.
Three Major Furniture Companies (Lane Furniture Industries, H.M. Richards, and Bauhaus USA) thank Greg Jones of the Foreign-Trade Zone Corporation for assistance with FTZ applications.
Learn more about how the Foreign-Trade Zones program can help U.S.-based manufacturing operations overcome their competition.
The application to expand the General-Purpose Zone of FTZ No. 61 in San Juan, Puerto Rico to 650 acres and 12 non-contiguous sites, was approved by the Foreign-Trade Zones Board on October 4, 2007.
Announcement of changes to the Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United States (HTSUS), which took effect on February 3, 2007 pursuant to Presidential Proclamation 8097.
Third Party Logistics providers (3PLs) have a unique ability to provide Foreign-Trade Zone (FTZ) services for their clients that engage in international trade.
The Puerto Rico Trade & Export Company, with the assistance of the Foreign-Trade Zone Corporation (FTZC), has submitted an application to the Foreign-Trade Zones Board to expand the General-Purpose Zone of FTZ No. 61 in San Juan.
Nissan Forklift, with the help of the Foreign-Trade Zone Corporation, successfully became the first U.S forklift manufacturer to receive a Grant of Authority from the Foreign-Trade Zones Board to manufacture forklifts under Foreign-Trade Zone procedures.
The Foreign-Trade Zones (FTZ) program is now more accessible to small and midsize manufacturers, due to streamlined application procedures implemented by the Foreign-Trade Zones Board.