U.S. Foreign-Trade Zones Board

Order Summary
(596-680)
Order No. 596, August 17, 1992 (Docket No. 43-91)
    Approved with restrictions the application of the Greater Gulfport/Biloxi Foreign Trade Zone, Inc., grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 92, to establish Subzone 92C at the shipbuilding facility of Avondale Enterprises, Inc., in Harrison County, Mississippi. Signed by Alan M. Dunn, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (57 F.R. 39388; August 31, 1992).

Order No. 597, August 26, 1992 (Docket No. 50-91)
    Approved with restrictions the application of the Port of Corpus Christi Authority, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 122, for extension of authority, expansion and removal of certain restrictions for Subzones 122D (Aker Gulf Marine, formerly Gulf Marine Fabricators, Inc.), 122E (Berry Contracting, Inc.), and 122H (Hitox Corporation), in the Corpus Christi, Texas, area. Signed by Francis J. Sailer, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (57 F.R. 40635; September 4, 1992).

Order No. 598, September 2, 1992 (Docket No. 45-91)
    Approved the application of the Indianapolis Airport Authority, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 72, to expand its general-purpose zone in Indianapolis, Indiana. Signed by Rolf Th. Lundberg, Jr., Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (57 F.R. 41915; September 14, 1992).

Order No. 599, September 3, 1992 (Docket No. 46-91)
    Approved with restriction the application of the Foreign Trade Zone of Wisconsin, Ltd., grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 41, to establish Subzone 41G at the cheese processing plant of Stauffer Cheese, Inc., in Blue Mounds, Wisconsin. Signed by Alan M. Dunn, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (57 F.R. 42544; September 15, 1992).

Order No. 600, September 18, 1992 (Docket No. 18-91)
    Approved the application of the Greater Detroit Foreign- Trade Zone, Inc., grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 70, to terminate Subzone 70-O at the auto components manufacturing plant of Chrysler Corporation in Trenton, Michigan. Signed by Alan M. Dunn, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (57 F.R. 44358; September 25, 1992).

Order No. 601, October 8, 1992 (Docket No. 33-91)
    Approved with restriction the application of the St. Joseph County Airport Authority, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 125, to establish Subzone 125B for the micro-mini recreational vehicle manufacturing operation at the Coachmen Recreational Vehicle Company plant in Middlebury, Indiana. Signed by Alan M. Dunn, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (57 F.R. 47618; October 19, 1992).

Order No. 602, October 8, 1992 (Docket No. 25-91)
    Approved with restriction the application of the St. Joseph County Airport Authority, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 125, on behalf of Vehicle Concepts (Division of Monaco Coach Corporation), for authority to manufacture Class C (micro- mini) recreational vehicles and ambulances within FTZ 125 in South Bend, Indiana. Signed by Alan M. Dunn, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (57 F.R. 47618; October 19, 1992).

Order No. 603, October 8, 1992 (Docket No. 49-91)
    Approved the application of the Dallas-Fort Worth Maquila Trade Development Corporation, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 168, to expand its general-purpose zone in the Dallas- Fort Worth, Texas, area. Signed by Alan M. Dunn, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (57 F.R. 47619; October 19, 1992).

Order No. 604, October 29, 1992 (Docket No. 66-91)
    Approved the application of the Port Authority of the Greater Oklahoma City Area, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 106, to establish Subzone 106B at the voice coil motor plant of Ted Davis Manufacturing, Inc., in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Signed by Alan M. Dunn, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (57 F.R. 53316; November 9, 1992).

Order No. 605, November 5, 1992 (Docket No. 59-91)
    Approved the application of the City of Albuquerque, New Mexico, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 110, to expand Subzone 110A (pharmaceutical plant of Adria-SP, Inc.) in Albuquerque, and its scope of manufacturing authority. Signed by Alan M. Dunn, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (57 F.R. 54218; November 17, 1992).

Order No. 606, November 30, 1992 (Docket No. 68-91)
    Grant of authority to the Yakima Air Terminal Board, to establish Foreign-Trade Zone 188 in Yakima, Washington. Signed by Barbara H. Franklin, Secretary of Commerce, Chairman of the Board (57 F.R. 58457; December 10, 1992).

Order No. 607, November 16, 1992 (Docket No. 4-92)
    Approved the application of the Foreign Trade Zone of Central Texas, Inc., grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 183, to establish Subzone 183A at the personal computer manufacturing plant of Dell Computer Corporation in Austin, Texas. Signed by Alan M. Dunn, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (57 F.R. 56902; December 1, 1992).

Order No. 608, November 16, 1992 (Docket No. 67-91)
    Approved the application of the Port of Bellingham of Whatcom County, Washington, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 129, to expand its general-purpose zone in Whatcom County, Washington. Signed by Alan M. Dunn, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (57 F.R. 56902; December 1, 1992).

Order No. 609, November 23, 1992 (Docket No. 11-92)
    Approved the application of the Port of Houston Authority, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 84, to establish Subzone 84I at the steel tubular products inspection and coating facility of Tuboscope Vetco International, Inc., in Harris County, Texas. Signed by Alan M. Dunn, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (57 F.R. 57729; December 7, 1992).

Order No. 610, December 21, 1992 (Docket No. 32-92)
    Approved the application of the Department of Commerce and Economic Development of the State of New Jersey, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 44, for an extension of authority for Subzones 44B, 44C, and 44D at the International Flavors and Fragrances, Inc., plants in the northern New Jersey area. Subzone status is extended to December 1, 1997. Signed by Alan M. Dunn, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (58 F.R. 78; January 4, 1993).

Order No. 611, December 11, 1992 (Docket No. 62-91)
    Approved the application of the Illinois International Port District, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 22, to establish Subzone 22F at the pharmaceutical and medical products manufacturing plant of Abbott Laboratories, Inc., in the North Chicago, Illinois, area. Signed by Alan M. Dunn, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (57 F.R. 61045; December 23,1992).

Order No. 612, December 11, 1992 (Docket No. 60-91)
    Approved the application of the Indianapolis Airport Authority, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 72, to establish Subzone 72J at the industrial control instrumentation manufacturing facility of Endress + Hauser, Inc., in Greenwood, Indiana. Signed by Alan M. Dunn, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (57 F.R. 61044; December 23, 1992).

Order No. 613, December 11, 1992 (Docket No. 76-91)
    Approved the application of the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport Board, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 39, to expand its general-purpose zone in Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas. Signed by Alan M. Dunn, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (57 F.R. 61046; December 23, 1992).

Order No. 614, December 11, 1992 (Docket No. 53-91)
    Approved the application of the Illinois International Port District, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 22, to expand its general-purpose zone to include an additional site in Wood Dale, Illinois. Signed by Alan M. Dunn, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (57 F.R. 61044; December 23, 1992).

Order No. 615, December 11, 1992 (Docket No. 39-91)
    Approved with restrictions the application of the County of Erie, New York, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 23, for an extension of authority for Subzone 23B (CPS Corporation), in Chautauqua County, New York. Subzone status shall terminate on August 25, 1996. Signed by Alan M. Dunn, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (57 F.R. 61045; December 23, 1992).

Order No. 616, January 15, 1993 (Docket No. 57-91)
    Grant of authority to the Kent, Ottawa, Muskegon Foreign Trade Zone Authority, to establish Foreign-Trade Zone 189 in the Counties of Kent, Ottawa and Muskegon, Michigan. Signed by Barbara H. Franklin, Secretary of Commerce, Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (58 F.R. 6614; February 1, 1993).

Order No. 617, December 11, 1992 (Docket No. 63-91)
    Approved the application of the Puerto Rico Commercial and Farm Credit and Development Corporation, grantee of Foreign- Trade Zone 61, to establish Subzone 61A at the pharmaceutical manufacturing plant of Searle & Company, in Caguas, Puerto Rico. Signed by Alan M. Dunn, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (57 F.R. 61046; December 23, 1992).

Order No. 618, December 21, 1992 (Docket No. 64-91)
    Approved the application of the Indiana Port Commission, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 177, to establish Subzone 177A at the pharmaceutical manufacturing plant of Mead Johnson & Company, in Evansville and Mt. Vernon, Indiana. Signed by Alan M. Dunn, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (58 F.R. 78; January 4, 1993).

Order No. 619, December 29, 1992 (Docket No. 70-91)
    Approved the application of the Greater New Haven Chamber of Commerce, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 162, to relocate and expand its general-purpose zone in New Haven, Connecticut. Signed by Alan M. Dunn, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (58 F.R. 536; January 6, 1993).

Order No. 620, December 29, 1992 (Docket No. 77-91)
    Approved the application of the City of Laredo, Texas, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 94, to expand its general- purpose zone in Laredo, Texas. Signed by Alan M. Dunn, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (58 F.R. 3533; January 11, 1993).

Order No. 621, December 29, 1992 (Docket No. 75-91)
    Approved the application of the Port of Portland, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 45, to establish Subzone 45E (for export activity) at the stainless steel tubing plant of Tofle U.S.A., Inc., in Tualatin, Oregon. Signed by Alan M. Dunn, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (58 F.R. 537; January 6, 1993).

Order No. 622, January 15, 1993 (Docket No. 5-92)
    Grant of authority to the City and County of Butte-Silver Bow, Montana, to establish Foreign-Trade Zone 190 in Butte- Silver Bow, Montana. Signed by Barbara H. Franklin, Secretary of Commerce, Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (58 F.R. 6615; February 1, 1993).

Order No. 623, December 29, 1992 (Docket No. 13-92)
    Approved the application of the Airborne FTZ, Inc., grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 101, to expand its general-purpose zone in Clinton County, Ohio. Signed by Alan M. Dunn, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (58 F.R. 537; January 6, 1993).

Order No. 624, December 30, 1992 (Docket No. 39-92)
    Approved the application of Trade Zone Operations, Inc., operator of Foreign-Trade Zone 64, on behalf of General Motors Corporation for authority to install foreign auto audio components into automobiles assembled abroad for GM within FTZ 64 in Jacksonville, Florida. This case was approved under the "fast track" provision of the FTZ Board's regulations (15 CFR 400.32(b)(1)). Signed by Alan M. Dunn, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (58 F.R. 3532; January 11, 1993).

Order No. 625, January 11, 1993 (Docket No. 40-92)
    Approved the application of the Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism of the State of Hawaii, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 9, on behalf of the Hawaii Bag Company for authority to manufacture luggage, handbags and cases (for export) within FTZ 9, Honolulu, Hawaii. This case was approved under the "fast track" provision of the FTZ Board's regulations (15 CFR 400.32(b)(1)). Signed by Alan M. Dunn, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (58 F.R. 5355; January 21, 1993).

Order No. 626, January 11, 1993 (Docket No. 1-92)
    Approved with restriction the application of the Greater Metropolitan Area Foreign Trade Zone Commission, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 119, to establish Subzone 119A at the intermediate dairy products manufacturing facilities of Davisco International, Inc., in St. Peter, Nicollet and Le Sueur, Minnesota. Signed by Alan M. Dunn, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (58 F.R. 5355; January 21, 1993).

Order No. 627, January 11, 1993 (Docket No. 84-91)
    Approved the application of the Port of Bellingham of Whatcom County (Washington), grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 130, to expand its general-purpose zone in Blaine, Washington. Signed by Alan M. Dunn, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (58 F.R. 5356; January 21, 1993).

Order No. 628, January 15, 1993 (Docket No. 85-91)
    Grant of authority to the City of Palmdale, California, to establish Foreign-Trade Zone 191 in Palmdale, California. Signed by Barbara H. Franklin, Secretary of Commerce, Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (58 F.R. 6614; February 1, 1993).

Order No. 629, February 17, 1993 (Docket No. 6-92)
    Grant of authority to the City of Meridian, Idaho, to establish Foreign-Trade Zone 192 in Meridian, Idaho. Signed by Ronald H. Brown, Secretary of Commerce, Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (58 F.R. 11834; March 1, 1993).

Order No. 630, February 17, 1993 (Docket No. 7-92)
    Grant of authority to the Pinellas County Industry Council, to establish Foreign-Trade Zone 193 in Pinellas County, Florida. Signed by Ronald H. Brown, Secretary of Commerce, Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (58 F.R. 11833; March 1, 1993).

Order No. 631, January 15, 1993 (Docket No. 81-91)
    Approved the application of the Greater Kansas City Foreign Trade Zone, Inc., grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 17, to expand its general-purpose zone in Kansas City, Kansas. Signed by Alan M. Dunn, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates, (58 F.R. 6112; January 26, 1993).

Order No. 632, March 19, 1993 (Docket No. 19-91)
    Approved the application of the Metropolitan Nashville Port Authority, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 78, to expand the boundaries and the scope of manufacturing authority for FTZ Subzone 78A, located at the automobile and pickup truck manufacturing plant of Nissan Motor Manufacturing Corporation U.S.A., in Smyrna, Tennessee. Signed by Joseph A. Spetrini, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates, (58 F.R. 16650; March 30, 1993).

Order No. 633, March 1, 1993 (Docket No. 65-91)
    Approved the application of the Greater Kansas City Foreign Trade Zone, Inc., grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 15, to terminate Subzone 15B at the automobile manufacturing plant of General Motors Corporation in Kansas City, Missouri. Signed by Joseph A. Spetrini, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (58 F.R. 13583; March 12, 1993).

Order No. 634, April 19, 1993 (Docket No. 82-91)
    Approved with restrictions the application of the St. Joseph County Airport Authority, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 125, to establish Subzone 125C at the manufactured housing and recreational vehicle manufacturing facilities of Fairmont Homes Inc., and its subsidiary Gulf Stream, Inc. (Fairmont/Gulf Stream), in Elkhart County, Indiana. Signed by Joseph A. Spetrini, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (58 F.R. 25605; April 27, 1993).

Order No. 635, April 19, 1993 (Docket No. 12-93)
    Approved with restrictions the application of the Board of Commissioners of the Port of New Orleans, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 2 and Subzone 2G, to expand the scope of temporary subzone authority at Subzone 2G (Trinity Marine Group, Inc.) at the Equitable Shipyard shipbuilding facility in New Orleans, to include the construction of additional vessels under zone procedures. This case was approved under the "fast track" provision of the FTZ Board's regulations (15 CFR 400.32(b)(1)). Signed by Joseph A. Spetrini, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (58 F.R. 25606; April 27, 1993).

Order No. 636, May 5, 1993 (Docket No. 22-92)
    Approved the application of the City of Phoenix, Arizona, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 75, to establish Subzone 75B at the distribution/processing facility of Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. in Buckeye, Arizona. Signed by Joseph A. Spetrini, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (58 F.R. 28393; May 13, 1993).

Order No. 637, June 7, 1993 (Docket No. 15-92)
    Grant of authority to the City of Rio Rancho, New Mexico, to establish Foreign-Trade Zone 194 in Rio Rancho, New Mexico. Signed by Ronald H. Brown, Secretary of Commerce, Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (58 F.R. 39006; July 21, 1993).

Order No. 638, June 1, 1993 (Docket No. 61-91)
    Approved with restrictions the application of the Indianapolis Airport Authority, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 72, to establish Subzone 72K at the electronic audio and acoustical products manufacturing facility of Onkyo America, Inc., in Bartholomew County, Indiana. Signed by Joseph A. Spetrini, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (58 F.R. 32512; June 10, 1993).

Order No. 639, May 18, 1993 (Docket No. 26-92)
    Approved the application of the Foreign-Trade Zone of Wisconsin, Ltd., grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 41, on behalf of Western Publishing Company, Inc., to process children's books under zone procedures within FTZ 41, Zone Site 2, West Allis Industrial Center, West Allis (Milwaukee area), Wisconsin. Signed by Joseph A. Spetrini, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (58 F.R. 30144; May 26, 1993).

Order No. 640, May 18, 1993 (Docket No. 25-92)
    Approved the application of the Greater Metropolitan Area Foreign Trade Zone Commission, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 119, to establish Subzone 119B at the polyethylene tubing manufacturing plant of the Wirsbo Company, in Apple Valley, Minnesota. Signed by Joseph A. Spetrini, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (58 F.R. 30143; May 26, 1993).

Order No. 641, May 27, 1993 (Docket No. 69-91)
    Approved the application of the Foreign-Trade Zone of Wisconsin, Ltd., grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone No. 41, to reorganize and expand its general-purpose zone in the Milwaukee, Wisconsin, area. Signed by Joseph A. Spetrini, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (58 F.R. 32512; June 10, 1993).

Order No. 642, August 31, 1993 (Docket No. 8-92)
    Grant of authority (with restriction) to the Fairbanks Industrial Development Corporation, to establish Foreign-Trade Zone 195 in Fairbanks, Alaska. Signed by Ronald H. Brown, Secretary of Commerce, Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (58 F.R. 48826; September 20, 1993).

Order No. 643, July 14, 1993 (Docket No. 47-91)
    Approved the application of the Cleveland-Cuyahoga County Port Authority, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 40, to establish Subzone 40C at the passenger and cargo vehicle manufacturing plant of Ford Motor Company in Avon Lake, Ohio. Signed by Joseph A. Spetrini, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (58 F.R. 39007; July 21, 1993).

Order No. 644, July 14, 1993 (Docket No. 18-92)
    Approved the application of the Louisville and Jefferson County Riverport Authority, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 29, to expand subzone manufacturing authority at the automobile manufacturing plant of Toyota Motor Manufacturing, U.S.A., Inc. in Georgetown, Kentucky. Signed by Joseph A. Spetrini, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (58 F.R. 39006; July 21, 1993).

Order No. 645, June 25, 1993 (Docket No. 17-92)
    Approved the application of the County of Erie, New York, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 23, to expand its general- purpose zone in Erie County, New York. Signed by Joseph A. Spetrini, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (58 F.R. 36390; July 7, 1993).

Order No. 646, June 25, 1993 (Docket No. 16-92)
    Approved the application of the Lincoln Foreign-Trade Zone, Inc., grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 59, to expand its general-purpose zone in Lincoln, Nebraska. Signed by Joseph A. Spetrini, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (58 F.R. 36389; July 7, 1993).

Order No. 647, July 2, 1993 (Docket No. (19-92)
    Approved the application of the City of Phoenix, Arizona, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 75, to expand and relocate its general-purpose zone in Phoenix, Arizona. Signed by Barbara R. Stafford, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (58 F.R. 37907; July 14, 1993).

Order No. 648, July 2, 1993 (Docket No. 21-92)
    Approved the application of the Indiana Port Commission, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 177, to expand its general-purpose zone in Evansville, Indiana. Signed by Barbara R. Stafford, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (58 F.R. 37908; July 14, 1993).

Order No. 649, June 25, 1993 (Docket No. 23-92)
    Approved with restrictions the application of the Virginia Port Authority, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 20, to establish Subzone 20B at the Newport News Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Company shipyard in Newport News, Virginia. Signed by Joseph A. Spetrini, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (58 F.R. 36390; July 7, 1993).

Order No. 650, July 23, 1993 (Docket No. 20-92)
    Approved with restriction the application of the Greater Metropolitan Area Foreign Trade Zone Commission, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 119, to establish Subzone 119C for export activity at the animal feed manufacturing plant of American Feeds & Livestock Company, Inc., in Howard Lake, Minnesota. Signed by Joseph A. Spetrini, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (58 F.R. 42288; August 9, 1993).

Order No. 651, August 31, 1993 (Docket No. 83-91)
    Grant of authority with restriction to the Alliance Corridor, Inc., to establish Foreign-Trade Zone 196 in the Fort Worth, Texas, area. Signed by Ronald H. Brown, Secretary of Commerce, Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (58 F.R. 48826; September 20, 1993).

Order No. 652, July 29, 1993 (Docket No. 34-93)
    Approved the request of the Greater Detroit Foreign Trade Zone, Inc., grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 70, on behalf of Total Foods Corporation, to process foreign-origin sugar and foreign-origin dairy products for export under zone procedures within FTZ 70 in Detroit, Michigan. This case was approved under the "fast track" provision of the FTZ Board's regulations (15 CFR 400.32(b)(1)). Signed by Barbara R. Stafford, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (58 F.R. 42288; August 9, 1993).

Order No. 653, September 1, 1993 (Docket No. 10-92)
    Approved the application of the City of Memphis, Tennessee, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 77, to expand the subzone area and the scope of manufacturing authority for FTZ Subzone 77A, located at the Sharp Manufacturing Company of America plant, Memphis, Tennessee, to include portable personal computers. Signed by Joseph A. Spetrini, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (58 F.R. 47859; September 13, 1993).

Order No. 654, September 16, 1993 (Docket No. 31-92)
    Approved the application of the Indiana Port Commission, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 152, to expand its general-purpose zone in Burns Harbor/Gary, Indiana. Signed by Joseph A. Spetrini, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (58 F.R. 50330; September 27, 1993).

Order No. 655, September 16, 1993 (Docket No. 30-92)
    Approved with restriction the application of the City of Tulsa-Rogers County Port Authority, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 53, to expand its general purpose zone in the Tulsa, Oklahoma, area, and for manufacturing authority on behalf of the Mercury Marine Division of the Brunswick Corporation (Mercury Marine) to manufacture marine engines within the expanded zone area. Signed by Joseph A. Spetrini, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (58 F.R. 50330; September 27, 1993).

Order No. 656, September 16, 1993 (Docket No. 9-92)
    Approved with restriction the application of the Fairbanks Industrial Development Corporation, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 195, to establish Subzone 195A at the energy pipeline insulation plant of Flowline Alaska in Fairbanks, Alaska. Signed by Joseph A. Spetrini, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (58 F.R. 50329; September 27, 1993).

Order No. 657, September 30, 1993 (Docket No. 78-91)
    Approved the application of the County of Orange, New York, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 37, to establish Subzone 37B at the shoe and accessory distribution/processing facility of Bally, Inc., in New Rochelle, New York. Signed by Joseph A. Spetrini, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (58 F.R. 52743; October 12, 1993).

Order No. 658, September 24, 1993 (Docket No. 26-91)
    Approved the request of the City of St. Paul, Alaska, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 159, to remove the one-year time limit on the grant of authority for FTZ 159, St. Paul, Alaska. Signed by Richard W. Moreland, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (58 F.R. 51613; October 4, 1993).

Order No. 659, September 24, 1993 (Docket No. 14-93)
    Approved the request of the Border Industrial Development, Inc., grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 60, Nogales, Arizona, for reissuance of the grant of authority to the Nogales-Santa Cruz County Economic Development Foundation, Inc. Signed by Richard W. Moreland, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (58 F.R. 51614; October 4, 1993).

Order No. 660, September 24, 1993 (Docket No. 29-92)
    Approved with restriction the application of the Cleveland-Cuyahoga County Port Authority, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 40, to establish Subzone 40D at the arc welding equipment and supplies manufacturing plants of the Lincoln Electric Company in Euclid and Mentor, Ohio. Signed by Richard W. Moreland, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (58 F.R. 51614; October 4, 1993).

Order No. 661, October 21, 1993 (Docket No. 37-93)
    Approved the request of the Metropolitan Nashville Port Authority, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 78, for an extension of the time limits (to 10/25/98) on Subzones 78C and 78D at the Global Power Company's nuclear equipment storage facilities in Hartsville and Phipps Bend, Tennessee. Signed by Joseph A. Spetrini, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (58 F.R. 58681; November 3, 1993).

Order No. 662, October 28, 1993 (Docket No. 33-92)
    Approved the application of the County of Niagara, New York, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 34, to expand its general-purpose zone in Niagara County, New York. Signed by Barbara R. Stafford, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (58 F.R. 59236; November 8, 1993).

Order No. 663, October 28, 1993 (Docket No. 25-93)
    Approved the request of the Economic Development Council for the Peoria Area, Inc., grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 114, for reissuance of the grant of authority for Subzone 114B at the automobile manufacturing plant of Chrysler Corporation in Belvidere, Illinois, to the Greater Rockford Airport Authority, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 176 in Rockford, Illinois. The Chrysler plant is redesignated as Subzone 176C. Signed by Barbara R. Stafford, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (58 F.R. 59236; November 8, 1993).

Order No. 664, November 17, 1993 (Docket No. 80-91)
    Approved with restriction the application of the Community Development Foundation (of Findlay, Ohio), grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 151, to establish Subzone 151C at the food products manufacturing plant of the Consolidated Biscuit Company in McComb, Ohio. Signed by Barbara R. Stafford, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (58 F.R. 62636; November 29, 1993).

Order No. 665, November 26, 1993 (Docket No. 24-92)
    Grant of authority to the Board of County Commissioners of Dona Ana County, New Mexico, to establish Foreign-Trade Zone 197 in Dona Ana County, New Mexico. Signed by Ronald H. Brown, Secretary of Commerce, Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board, (58 F.R. 64546; December 8, 1993).

Order No. 666, December 23, 1993 (Docket No. 37-92)
    Approved the application of the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport Board, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 39, to establish Subzone 39C at the automotive air-conditioner components manufacturing plant of Sanden International (U.S.A.), Inc., in Wylie, Texas. Signed by Barbara R. Stafford, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (59 F.R. 60; January 3, 1994).

Order No. 667, December 21, 1993 (Docket No. 16-91)
    Approved with restrictions the application of the South Louisiana Port Commission, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 124, to establish Subzone 124C at the crude oil refining and related pipeline/storage facilities of Star Enterprise in Convent, Texas. Signed by Barbara R. Stafford, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (59 F.R. 60; January 3, 1994).

Order No. 668, December 21, 1993 (Docket No. 17-91)
    Approved with restrictions the application of the Foreign-Trade Zone of Southeast Texas, Inc., grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 116, to establish Subzone 116A at the crude oil refining and related pipeline/storage facilities of Star Enterprise in Jefferson and Hardin Counties (Port Arthur area), Texas. Signed by Barbara R. Stafford, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (59. F.R. 61; January 3, 1994).

Order No. 669, December 15, 1993 (Docket No. 28-92)
    Approved with restrictions the application of the Port of Houston Authority, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 84, to establish Subzone 84J at the crude oil refining and petro chemical complex of Shell Oil Company in Harris County, Texas. Signed by Barbara R. Stafford, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (58 F.R. 68116; December 23, 1993).

Order No. 670, December 23, 1993 (Docket No. 38-92)
    Approved with restrictions the application of the Port of Houston Authority, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 84, to expand Zone Site 11, at the liquid bulk storage facility of Oiltanking of Houston, Inc., in Houston, Texas. Signed by Barbara R. Stafford, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (59 F.R. 61); January 3, 1994).

Order No. 671, December 17, 1993 (Docket No. 4-93)
    Grant of authority to the County of Volusia, Florida, to establish Foreign-Trade Zone 198 at sites in Volusia and Flagler Counties, Florida. Signed by Ronald H. Brown, Secretary of Commerce, Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (58 F.R. 68115; December 23, 1993).

Order No. 672, December 23, 1993 (Docket No. 6-93)
    Approved the application of the Greater Metropolitan Area Foreign Trade Zone Commission, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 119, to establish Subzone 119D (for export activity) at the infant formula/dairy products manufacturing plant of Wisconsin Dairies Cooperative in Preston, Minnesota. Signed by Barbara R. Stafford, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (59 F.R. 564; January 5, 1994).

Order No. 673, December 23, 1993 (Docket No. 17-93)
    Approved the application of the Port of Houston Authority, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 84, to establish Subzone 84K (for export activity) at the oil field equipment manufacturing facilities of Dril-Quip, Inc., in Houston, Texas. Signed by Barbara R. Stafford, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (59 F.R. 563; January 5, 1994).

Order No. 674, December 23, 1993 (Docket No. 34-92)
    Approved the application of the Greater Cincinnati Foreign- Trade Zone, Inc., grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 47, to reorganize and expand its general-purpose zone in Boone County, Kentucky. Signed by Barbara R. Stafford, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (59 F.R. 1371; January 10, 1994).

Order No. 675, December 23, 1993 (Docket No. 61-93)
    Approved the application of Quad-City Foreign-Trade Zone, Inc., grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 133, on behalf of the Maytag Corporation plant (Subzone 133A), to remove Restriction #2 requiring the election of privileged foreign status on foreign compressors at the Maytag refrigerator manufacturing plant in Galesburg, Illinois. This case was approved under the "fast track" provision of the FTZ Board's regulations (15 CFR Sec 400.32(b)(1)). Signed by Barbara R. Stafford, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (59 F.R. 1371; January 10, 1994).

Order No. 676, December 29, 1993 (Docket No. 12-92)
    Approved the application of the City of Tampa, Florida, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 79, to expand its general-purpose zone in Tampa, Florida. Signed by Barbara R. Stafford, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (59 F.R. 1371; January 10, 1994).

Order No. 677, December 23, 1993 (Docket No. 18-93)
    Approved the application of the Puerto Rico Commercial and Farm Credit and Development Corporation, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 61, to establish Subzone 61B at the pharmaceutical manufacturing plant of Sterling Pharmaceuticals Inc., in Barceloneta, Puerto Rico. Signed by Barbara R. Stafford, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (59 F.R. 1372; January 10, 1994).

Order No. 678, December 29, 1993 (Docket No. 26-93)
    Approved the application of the Philadelphia Regional Port Authority, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 35, to expand its general-purpose zone in the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania area, to include a cold storage site within FTZ 35, and to allow American Foodservice Corporation to process beef under zone procedures for export within the new site. Signed by Barbara R. Stafford, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (59 F.R. 1372; January 10, 1994).

Order No. 679, December 29, 1993 (Docket No. 1-93)
    Approved the application of the Puerto Rico Commercial and Farm Credit and Development Corporation, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 61, to establish Subzone 61C at the pharmaceutical manufacturing facility of SmithKline Beecham Pharmaceuticals Company in Cidra, Puerto Rico. Signed by Barbara R. Stafford, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (59 F.R. 1372; January 10, 1994).

Order No. 680, January 13, 1994 (Docket No. 65-93)
    Approved the request of USCAN Free Trade Zones, Inc., operator of Foreign-Trade Zone 129, on behalf of Caitac Manufacturing, Inc., to manufacture apparel products under zone procedures for export within FTZ 129, Bellingham, Washington. This case was approved under the "fast track" provision of the FTZ Board's regulations (15 CFR 400.32(b)(1)). Signed by Joseph A. Spetrini, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Chairman of the Committee of Alternates (59 F.R. 3329; January 21, 1994).