A Customs authorized inventory method other than a lot system (specific identification of merchandise); e.g., First-In-First-Out (FIFO). No lot file is required but the Operator shall maintain a file of… Read More
These procedures provide the framework for Customs to reduce on-site supervision of FTZs and for Operators to maintain efficiency of operations through the audit-inspection method of supervision. The systems may… Read More
A corporation, partnership or person applying for the right to operate a Foreign-Trade Zone Site or Subzone under the jurisdiction of FTZ #9.
As a matter of FTZB policy, zone procedures shall not be used to circumvent anti-dumping and countervailing duties. As such, merchandise subject to AD/CVD must be placed in privileged foreign… Read More
A review by the Operator required by Customs to identify system deficiencies to ensure that the inventory control and record keeping system(s) meets the requirements of Customs. See 19 CFR… Read More
A report due on March 31st each year for the subsequent previous calendar year from the Grantee to the FTZB on the status of the Zone Project. As a condition of being located… Read More
A report required of activated Operators by Customs within 90 days after the end of the zone/subzone year unless the Port Director authorizes an extension for reasonable cause. See 19… Read More
A change in the boundaries of an activated general-purpose zone or subzone; activation of a separate site of an already activated general-purpose zone or subzone with the same operator at… Read More
To bring merchandise into an FTZ in zone status.
The physical arrival of goods into the Foreign-Trade Zone under FTZ status with the approval of U.S. Customs and Border Protection (“Customs”). The word “admission” is to be used instead… Read More