Foreign merchandise that enters and leaves the United States through the same port, being transferred from one vessel to another directly or by way of an FTZ or Customs bonded… Read More
An indirect exportation. A transfer to the Customs territory for transportation to and exportation from a different port by a bonded carrier. (FTZ Manual, Section 9.12(d))
A person or entity to which right is transferred. As applied to FTZ, it refers to a transfer of the right to make entry and remove merchandise from an FTZ.
To withdraw merchandise in zone status from an FTZ for consumption, transportation, exportation, warehousing, cartage or lighterage, vessel supplies and equipment, admission to another FTZ, and like purposes.
The total zone value shall be that price actually paid or payable to the zone seller in the transaction that caused the merchandise to be transferred from the zone. Where… Read More
Merchandise is entered into the Customs territory of the United States when the appropriate Customs officer authorizes the release of the merchandise or any part of the merchandise covered by… Read More
Merchandise is admitted to a zone upon the Port Director’s signature of an application for admission, i.e., the filing of the CF214. (FTZ Manual, Section 6.4)