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U.S. Foreign-Trade Zones Board Activity
H-J Enterprises, Inc. submitted a notification of proposed production activity in FTZ 102 for producing electrical transformer bushing assemblies in High Ridge, Missouri (more)
Nine West Holdings, Inc. applied for subzone status for its two sites totaling 60 acres in West Deptford, New Jersey in FTZ 142 (more)
Flextronics America, LLC submitted a notification of proposed production activity to expand the scope of its personal computer finished products and components produced in Subzone 183C in Austin, Texas (more)
The City of Hitchcock, Texas, has filed an application to establish an ASF FTZ for the City of Hitchcock. It would be the sixth Foreign-Trade Zone within the Port of Houston. (more)
Saft America Inc. received authorization of production activity for lithium-ion batteries within FTZ 64 Site 10 in Jacksonville, Florida (more)
Port Freeport applied for expansion of Site 1to include 40 additional acres, bringing the Site 1 total to 320 acres in FTZ 149 in Freeport, Texas (more)