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.
Greg Jones, FTZC Senior Consultant discusses the challenges facing small and midsize manufacturers and Foreign-Trade Zone procedures as a means of addressing those challenges.
Greg Jones, FTZC Senior Consultant gives a brief background on the Foreign-Trade Zones Program.
The Foreign-Trade Zone Corporation (FTZC) discusses the reasons why inventory control is important in an import/export environment, and how FTZ status can help.
The Foreign-Trade Zones Program offers locally-based businesses engaged in international trade an opportunity to enhance their bottom-line competitiveness and benefit their community.
Greg Jones discusses the benefits of the U.S. Foreign-Trade Zones (FTZ) program in a recent article in Business Development Outlook.
The 66th Annual Report of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board to the United States Congress shows the continued growth of the U.S. Foreign-Trade Zones program, especially in the manufacturing sector.
The process of obtaining Zone activation and approval differs depending on the kind of Zone environment involved and the class of Zone-related activity planned for the operation.
Mississippi workers are dependent both on the growth of global trade and on protection from its counterproductive side effects through the U.S. Foreign-Trade Zones program.
Greg Jones of the Foreign-Trade Zone Corporation discusses how the Foreign-Trade Zones program can help to rationalize the irrational tariff rate relationships often created between finished products and raw materials when trade agreements are implemented.