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Establishing Operations in FTZ-50

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To establish operations in most foreign-trade zones, businesses must relocate to an industrial or commercial park that already has FTZ status or undergo a lengthy and complex process to be designated as an FTZ site.

Under the Port of Long Beach's program, any qualified business within the boundaries of FTZ-50, which includes Orange County, western San Bernardino County and most of Los Angeles County, can apply to have its existing building designated as an FTZ site.

Businesses that want to take advantage of a third-party logistics provider/warehouse with FTZ designation may contact the providers below:

SEREC of California:  15351/15441 East Stafford Street, City of Industry, CA  91744
Contact; (626) 961-3666

Tri-Link, Inc.: 9923 Pioneer Blvd, Santa Fe Springs, CA. 90670
Contact;  Stuart Spikerman   (310) 515-0550  Website: http://www.trilink-usa.com/

Expeditors International of Washington, Inc.: 12200 Wilkie Avenue, Hawthorne, CA  90250 
Contact; Wendy Armbruster  (310) 343-6287

DHL Global Forwarding: 4000 Redondo Beach Ave, Redondo Beach, CA. 90278  
Contact; Janet Jenkins (678) 431-6413 or Kim Bordet : (310) 297-3481





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