Customs Duties are paid only if and when goods are transferred out of the zone and into U.S. Customs Territory.
No duties paid until goods leave the zone. You only pay on final product.
Foreign Trade Zone users may elect to pay duties at either the rate of the foreign inputs or the rate applied to the finished product – which is often lower.
Direct Delivery reduces transit times for receipt of merchandise. Weekly Entry simplifies the custom entry process.
The finished product results in lower duty rate than the rate on foreign input.
Goods delivered direct to the zone using weekly entry or direct delivery to streamline customs procedures.
Goods placed into a zone are no longer required to file for Duty Drawback to recover duties.
Duty may be reduced on foreign articles that become scrap/waste through FTZ activity.
Vendor Managed Inventory Programs
Receive and store vendor goods within Foreign Trade Zone boundaries.