Foreign Trade Zones (FTZ) were established to encourage and expedite United States participation in international trade. Foreign goods may be admitted to a FTZ without being subject to Customs duties or certain excise taxes, and to defer payment of duties until goods are entered into the commerce of the United States.
Businesses located and operating in a FTZ can delay, reduce or eliminate Customs duties on raw material, parts, components or finished products imported from other countries.Click here
to view the interactive FTZ brochure.DFW-Dubai Freezone Alliance
DFW is the first U.S. location to link a U.S. Foreign Trade Zone with a major trading partner, the Dubai Airport Freezone. This innovative strategic alliance brings together the outstanding services of two of the world's busiest airports to enhance trade and commerce opportunities for business. Click here
for additional information.
For additional information, please visit the Lease, Foreign Trade Zone and Property Management section of the Contact Us