U.S. Foreign-Trade Zones Board

Order Summary
(766-850)
Order No. 766, September 1, 1995 (Docket No. 24-94)
    Approved the application of the Department of Business, Economic Development & Tourism of the State of Hawaii, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 9, to expand the scope of manufacturing authority at FTZ Subzone 9B, at the Kerr Pacific Corporation, HFM division plant, Honolulu, Hawaii, to include the production of animal feeds sole for the Hawaiian and export markets, and requesting authority to expand the subzone boundary. Signed by Paul L. Joffe, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (60 F.R. 47148; September 11, 1995).

Order No. 767, September 1, 1995 (Docket No. 30-94)
    Approved the application of the Maryland Department of Transportation, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 73, to establish Subzone 73A at the rotary compressor manufacturing plant of the Rotorex Company, Inc., in Walkersville, Maryland. Signed by Paul L. Joffe, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (60 F.R. 47149; September 11, 1995).

Order No. 768, September 20, 1995 (Docket No. 45-95)
    Approved with restrictions the application of the Port of Corpus Christi Authority, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 122, to revise the grant of authority for FTZ Subzone 122L--Site 5, Koch Refining Company, L.P. (formerly Subzone 122B owned by Southwestern Refining), Corpus Christi, Texas, making its scope of authority similar to that recently granted for the Amoco Oil Company subzone in Texas City, Texas. This case was approved under the "fast track" provision of the FTZ Board's regulations (15 CFR 400.32(b)(1)). Signed by Susan G. Esserman, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (60 F.R. 50545; September 29, 1995).

Order No. 769, September 20, 1995 (Docket No. 46-95)
    Approved with restrictions the application of the Hawaii Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism, on behalf of the State of Hawaii, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 9, to revise the grant of authority for FTZ Subzone 9E (Chevron U.S.A. Products Co.), Ewa, Oahu, Hawaii, making its scope of authority similar to that recently granted for the Amoco Oil Company subzone in Texas City, Texas. This case was approved under the "fast track" provision of the FTZ Board's regulations (15 CFR 400.32(b)(1)). Signed by Susan G. Esserman, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (60 F.R. 50545; September 29, 1995).

Order No. 770, September 20, 1995 (Docket No. 47-95)
    Approved with restrictions the application of the Port of Houston Authority, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 84, to revise the grant of authority for FTZ Subzone 84F (Phibro Refining Inc.), Houston, Texas, making its scope of authority similar to that recently granted for the Amoco Oil Company subzone in Texas City, Texas. This case was approved under the "fast track" provision of the FTZ Board's regulations (15 CFR 400.32(b)(1)). Signed by Susan G. Esserman, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (60 F.R. 50545; September 29, 1995).

Order No. 771, September 20, 1995 (Docket No. 48-95)
    Approved with restrictions the application of the Port of Corpus Christi Authority, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 122, to revise the grant of authority for FTZ Subzone 122J (Valero Refining Company), Corpus Christi, Texas, making its scope of authority similar to that recently granted for the Amoco Oil Company subzone in Texas City, Texas. This case was approved under the "fast track" provision of the FTZ Board's regulations (15 CFR 400.32(b)(1)). Signed by Susan G. Esserman, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (60 F.R. 50546; September 29, 1995).

Order No. 772, September 18, 1995 (Docket No. 40-94)
    Approved with restrictions the application of the Foreign-Trade Zone of Southeast Texas, Inc., grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 116, to establish Subzone 116B at the oil refinery complex of Fina Oil Company, in Jefferson County (Port Arthur area), Texas. Signed by Susan G. Esserman, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (60 F.R. 49564; September 26, 1995).

Order No. 773, September 18, 1995 (Docket No. 1-95)
    Approved with restrictions the application of the South Louisiana Port Commission, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 124, to establish Subzone 124E at the oil refinery complex of Marathon Oil Company, in Garyville, Louisiana. Signed by Susan G. Esserman, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (60 F.R. 49565; September 26, 1995).

Order No. 774, September 11, 1995 (Docket No. 38-94)
    Approved the application of the City of Memphis, Tennessee, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 77, to establish Subzone 77B at the typewriter and word processor manufacturing facilities of Brother Industries (U.S.A.) Inc., in Bartlett, Tennessee. Signed by Susan G. Esserman, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (60 F.R. 48100; September 18, 1995).

Order No. 775, October 13, 1995 (Docket No. 14-95)
    Approved the application of the Savannah Airport Commission, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 104, to expand its general-purpose zone in the Savannah, Georgia area. Signed by Susan G. Esserman, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (60 F.R. 54469; October 24, 1995).

Order No. 776, October 13, 1995 (Docket No. 33-94)
    Approved the application of the Metropolitan Nashville Port Authority, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 78, to establish Subzone 78G at the room air conditioner and dehumidifier manufacturing plant of Columbia Specialties, Inc., in Columbia, Tennessee. Signed by Susan G. Esserman, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (60 F.R. 54469; October 24, 1995).

Order No. 777, October 13, 1995 (Docket No. 53-95)
    Approved (for export only) the application of San Jose Distribution Services, operator of Foreign-Trade Zone 18, on behalf of Silicon Valley Solutions, Inc., to manufacture personal computers within FTZ 18, in San Jose, California. This case was approved under the "fast track" provision of the FTZ Board's regulations (15 CFR 400.32(b)(1)). Signed by Susan G. Esserman, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (60 F.R. 54470; October 24, 1995).

Order No. 778, October 13, 1995 (Docket No. 54-95)
    Approved (for export only) the City of Battle Creek, Michigan, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 43, on behalf of Lotte U.S.A., Inc., to manufacture chewing gum within FTZ 43 in Battle Creek, Michigan. This case was approved under the "fast track" provision of the FTZ Board's regulations (15 CFR 400.32(b)(1). Signed by Susan G. Esserman, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (60 F.R. 54470; October 24, 1995).

Order No. 779, October 13, 1995 (Docket No. 12-95)
    Approved with restrictions the application of the Illinois International Port District, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 22, to establish Subzone 22I at the oil refinery complex of UNO-VEN Company at sites in Will County, Illinois. Signed by Susan G. Esserman, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (60 F.R. 54471; October 24, 1995).

Order No. 780, October 13, 1995 (Docket No. 24-95)
    Approved with restrictions the application of the Foreign-Trade Zone of Southeast Texas, Inc., grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 115, to establish Subzone 115B at the oil refinery complex of Mobil Corporation at sites in Jefferson/Liberty Counties, Texas. Signed by Susan G. Esserman, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (60 F.R. 54471; October 24, 1995).

Order No. 781, October 13, 1995 (Docket No. 25-95)
    Approved with restrictions the application of the Bi-State Authority (Lawrence County, Illinois), grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 146, to establish Subzone 146D at the oil refinery complex of Marathon Oil Company, in Robinson, Illinois. Signed by Susan G. Esserman, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (60 F.R. 54470; October 24, 1995).

Order No. 782, October 13, 1995 (Docket No. 56-95)
    Approved with restrictions the application of the Port of Corpus Christi Authority, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 122, to revise the grant of authority for FTZ Subzone 122A (Coastal Refining and Marketing, Inc.), Corpus Christi, Texas, making its scope of authority similar to that recently granted for the Amoco Oil Company subzone in Texas City, Texas. This case was approved under the "fast track" provision of the FTZ Board's regulations (15 CFR 400.32(b)(1)). Signed by Susan G. Esserman, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (60 F.R. 54472; October 24, 1995).

Order No. 783, November 28, 1995 (Docket No. 31-94)
    Grant of authority to the Port Huron-St. Clair County Industrial Development Corporation, to establish Foreign-Trade Zone 210 in St. Clair County, Michigan. Signed by Ronald H. Brown, Secretary of Commerce, Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (60 F.R. 64156; December 14, 1995).

Order No. 784, November 13, 1995 (Docket No. 64-95)
    Approved with restriction the application of the Greater Metropolitan Area Foreign Trade Zone Commission, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 119, on behalf of Tetra Rex Packaging Systems, Inc., to manufacture liquid food products packaging equipment under zone procedures within FTZ 119, Minneapolis, Minnesota. This case was approved under the "fast track" provision of the FTZ Board's regulations (15 CFR 400.32(b)(1)). Signed by Susan G. Esserman, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (60 F.R. 58597; November 28, 1995).

Order No. 785, November 13, 1995 (Docket No. 65-95)
    Approved with restrictions the application of the Port of Houston Authority, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 84, to revise the grant of authority for FTZ Subzone 84J (Shell Oil Company), Harris County, Texas, making its scope of authority similar to that recently granted for the Amoco Oil Company subzone in Texas City, Texas. This case was approved under the "fast track" provision of the FTZ Board's regulations (15 CFR 400.32(b)(1)). Signed by Susan G. Esserman, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (60 F.R. 58597; November 28, 1995).

Order No. 786, November 28, 1995 (Docket No. 39-94)
    Approved the application of the Port of Freeport, Texas, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 149, to establish Subzone 149B at the pharmaceutical manufacturing facility of Hoffmann-La Roche Inc., in Freeport Texas. Signed by Susan G. Esserman, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (60 F.R. 63499; December 11, 1995).

Order No. 787, November 28, 1995 (Docket No. 42-94)
    Approved the application of the Commercial and Farm Credit and Development Corporation of Puerto Rico, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 61, to establish Subzones 61F and 61G at the pharmaceutical manufacturing facilities of IPR Pharmaceuticals, Inc., in Guayama and Carolina, Puerto Rico. Signed by Susan G. Esserman, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (60 F.R. 63499; December 11, 1995).

Order No. 788, January 22, 1996 (Docket No. 32-94)
    Grant of authority to the Anniston Metropolitan Airport Board of Commissioners, on behalf of the City of Anniston, Alabama, to establish Foreign-Trade Zone 211 in Anniston, Alabama. Signed by Ronald H. Brown, Secretary of Commerce, Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board, (61 F.R. 5375; February 12, 1996).

Order No. 789, November 21, 1995 (Docket No. 73-95)
    Approved the application of the County of Oneida, New York, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 172, on behalf of Low Complexity Manufacturing Group, Inc. (subsidiary of Xerox Corporation), to manufacture copier and laser printer components within FTZ 172 (activity transferred from Subzone 141B-Xerox), in Oneida County, New York. This case was approved under the "fast track" provision of the FTZ Board's regulations (15 CFR 400.32(b)(1)). Signed by Susan G. Esserman, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (60 F.R. 62070; December 4, 1995).

Order No. 790, December 12, 1995 (Docket No. 27-95)
    Approved with restrictions the application of the South Jersey Port Corporation, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 142, to establish Subzone 142A at the oil refinery complex of Mobil Corporation at sites in Gloucester County, New Jersey. Signed by Susan G. Esserman, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (60 F.R. 65634; December 20, 1995).

Order No. 791, December 12, 1995 (Docket No. 30-95)
    Approved with restrictions the application of the Board of Harbor Commissioners of the Port of New Orleans, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 2, to establish Subzone 2H at the oil refinery complex of Mobil Corporation at sites in St. Bernard/Jefferson/St. Charles Parishes, Louisiana (New Orleans area). Signed by Susan G. Esserman, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (60 F.R. 65633; December 20, 1995).

Order No. 792, December 12, 1995 (Docket No. 32-95)
    Approved with restrictions the application of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 49, to establish Subzone 49E at the oil refinery complex of Bayway Refining Company in Linden, New Jersey. Signed by Susan G. Esserman, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (60 F.R. 65634; December 20, 1995).

Order No. 793, December 12, 1995 (Docket No. 34-95)
    Approved with restrictions the application of the Port of Houston Authority, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 84, to establish Subzone 84N at the oil refinery complex of Crown Central Petroleum Corporation at sites in Harris County, Texas. Signed by Susan G. Esserman, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (60 F.R. 65634; December 20, 1995).

Order No. 794, December 12, 1995 (Docket No. 11-94)
    Approved the application of the Capital District Regional Planning Commission, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 121, to establish Subzone 121B at the chemical pigment/dye manufacturing facility of BASF Corporation in the Rensselaer, New York area. Signed by Susan G. Esserman, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (61 F.R. 1322; January 19, 1996).

Order No. 795, December 12, 1995 (Docket No. 26-95)
    Approved the application of the City of Phoenix, Arizona, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 75, to establish Subzone 75D at the semiconductor manufacturing plant of SGS-Thomson Microelectronics, Inc., in Phoenix, Arizona. Signed by Susan G. Esserman, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (61 F.R. 1322; January 19, 1996).

Order No. 796, December 12, 1995 (Docket No. 61-95)
    Approved the request from the Massachusetts Port Authority, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 27, Boston, for reissuance of the subzone grant of authority at the Polaroid Corporation facility in New Bedford, to the City of New Bedford, Massachusetts, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 28. The Polaroid subzone is redesignated as Subzone 28D. Signed by Susan G. Esserman, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (61 F.R. 1322; January 19, 1996).

Order No. 797, January 16, 1996 (Docket No. 3-95)
    Approved with limited authority the application of the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport Board, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 39, to establish Subzone 39D at the distribution facility of Pier 1 Imports, Inc., in Mansfield, Texas. Signed by Susan G. Esserman, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (61 F.R. 2486; January 26, 1996).

Order No. 798, January 16, 1996 (Docket No. 4-95)
    Approved with limited authority the application of the Rickenbacker Port Authority, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 138, to establish Subzone 138B at the distribution facility of Pier 1 Imports, Inc., in Grove City, Ohio. Signed by Susan G. Esserman, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (61 F.R. 2486; January 26, 1996).

Order No. 799, January 23, 1996 (Docket No. 29-95)
    Approved the application of the Cleveland-Cuyahoga County Port Authority, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 40, to establish Subzone 40G at the pharmaceutical manufacturing facility of Ben Venue Laboratories, Inc., in Bedford, Ohio. Signed by Susan G. Esserman, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (61 F.R. 3670; February 1, 1996).

Order No. 800, February 7, 1996 (Docket No. 34-94)
    Approved with limited authority the application of the City of San Antonio, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 80, to establish Subzone 80D at the distribution facility of R.G. Barry Corporation in San Angelo, Texas. Signed by Susan G. Esserman, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (61 F.R. 5981; February 15, 1996).

Order No. 801, February 7, 1996 (Docket No. 36-94)
    Approved with limited authority the application of the Triangle J Council of Governments, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 93, to establish Subzone 93D at the distribution facility of R.G. Barry Corporation in Goldsboro, North Carolina. Signed by Susan G. Esserman, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (61 F.R. 5981; February 15, 1996).

Order No. 802, February 20, 1996 (Docket No. 20-95)
    Approved the application of the Greater Detroit Foreign Trade Zone, Inc., grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 70, to expand its general-purpose zone in Detroit, Michigan. Signed by Susan G. Esserman, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (61 F.R. 7237; February 27, 1996).

Order No. 803, February 21, 1996 (Docket No. 6-95)
    Approved the application of the City of Birmingham, Alabama, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 98, to establish Subzone 98A at the motor vehicle manufacturing plant of Mercedes-Benz U.S. International, Inc., in Tuscaloosa County, Alabama. Signed by Susan G. Esserman, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (61 F.R. 8237; March 4, 1996).

Order No. 804, February 28, 1996 (Docket No. 15-95)
    Approved the application of the Greater Kansas City Foreign Trade Zone, Inc., grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 15, to expand its general-purpose zone in the Kansas City, Missouri, area. Signed by Paul L. Joffe, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (61 F.R. 9676; March 11, 1996).

Order No. 805, March 8, 1996 (Docket No. 62-95)
    Approved with restrictions the application of the Savannah Airport Commission, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 104, to establish Subzone 104C at the oil refinery of CITGO Asphalt Refinery Company, in Chatham County, Georgia. Signed by Susan G. Esserman, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (61 F.R. 10725; March 15, 1996).

Order No. 806, March 8, 1996 (Docket No. 63-95)
    Approved with restrictions the application of the South Jersey Port Corporation, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 142, to establish Subzone 142B at the oil refinery of CITGO Asphalt Refinery Company, in Gloucester County, New Jersey. Signed by Susan G. Esserman, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (61 F.R. 10725; March 15, 1996).

Order No. 807, March 12, 1996 (Docket No. 10-95)
    Approved the application of the Port of Sacramento, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 143, to establish Subzone 143A at the gaming/recreational machine video monitor manufacturing plant of C. Ceronix, Inc., in Auburn, California. Signed by Susan G. Esserman, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (61 F.R. 11607; March 21, 1996).

Order No. 808, March 25, 1996 (Docket No. 18-96)
    Approved with restrictions the application of the Lake Charles Harbor and Terminal District, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 87, to revise the grant of authority for FTZ Subzone 87A (Conoco, Inc.), Lake Charles, Louisiana, making its scope of authority similar to that recently granted for the Amoco Oil Company subzone in Texas City, Texas. This case was approved under the "fast track" provision of the FTZ Board's regulations (15 CFR 400.32(b)(1)). Signed by Susan G. Esserman, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (61 F.R. 15217; April 5, 1996).

Order No. 809, March 25, 1996 (Docket No. 28-95)
    Approved the application of the Caddo-Bossier Port Commission, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 145, to expand its general-purpose zone in the Shreveport, Louisiana, area. Signed by Susan G. Esserman, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (61 F.R. 15217; April 5, 1996).

Order No. 810, April 29, 1996 (Docket No. 9-94)
    Approved the request from the Port of Tacoma, Washington, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 86, and the Puyallup Tribal FTZ Corporation, to partition FTZ 86 and reissue the grant of authority for a portion (3 parcels, 125 acres) of FTZ 86 to the Puyallup Tribal FTZ Corporation. This area has been designated FTZ 212. Signed by Michael Kantor, Secretary of Commerce, Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (61 F.R. 20791; May 8, 1996).

Order No. 811, March 29, 1996, (Docket No. 44-94)
    Approved with conditions the application of the Greater Cincinnati Foreign-Trade Zone, Inc., grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 46, requesting authority on behalf of Avon Products, Inc., to manufacture cosmetics and related products under zone procedures within FTZ 46, Springdale, Ohio. This authority is approved for an initial 3-year period (to 4-1-99), subject to extension upon review. Signed by Susan G. Esserman, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (61 F.R. 15766; April 9, 1996).

Order No. 812, March 27, 1996 (Docket No. 67-95)
    Approved the application of the Indianapolis Airport Authority, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 72, to establish Subzone 72L at the consumer electronics products warehouse/distribution facilities of Thomson Consumer Electronics, Inc., at sites in Indianapolis, Bloomington and Marion, Indiana. Signed by Susan G. Esserman, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (61 F.R. 15461; April 8, 1996).

Order No. 813, April 23, 1996 (Docket No. 36-95)
    Approved the application of the County of Monroe, New York, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 141, to expand its general-purpose zone in Monroe County, New York. Signed by Susan G. Esserman, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (61 F.R. 20791; May 8, 1996).

Order No. 814, June 5, 1996 (Docket No. 35-94)
    Grant of authority to the Lee County Port Authority to establish Foreign-Trade Zone 213 in Fort Myers, Florida. Signed by Michael Kantor, Secretary of Commerce, Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (61 F.R. 30593; June 17, 1996).

Order No. 815, May 7, 1996 (Docket No. 16-95)
    Grant of authority to the North Carolina Global TransPark Authority, to establish Foreign-Trade Zone 214 in Lenoir County, North Carolina. Signed by Michael Kantor, Secretary of Commerce, Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (61 F.R. 27048; May 30, 1996).

Order No. 816, April 19, 1996 (Docket No. 78-95)
    Approved the application of the City of Mobile, Alabama, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 82, to establish Subzone 82D at the manufacturing facility (products: unrecorded magnetic media and lithium-ion battery systems) of Sony Magnetic Products Inc. of America in Dothan, Alabama. Signed by Susan G. Esserman, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (61 F.R. 18547; April 26, 1996).

Order No. 817, April 29, 1996 (Docket No. 9-95)
    Approved the application of the Triangle J Council of Governments, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 93, to establish Subzone 93E at the telecommunications and computer products manufacturing facility of the Custom Manufacturing Services unit of Lucent Technologies Inc., in Whitsett, North Carolina. Signed by Susan G. Esserman, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (61 F.R. 24270; May 14, 1996).

Order No. 818, April 29, 1996 (Docket No. 13-95)
    Approved with a condition the application of the Foreign-Trade Zone of Wisconsin, Ltd., grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 41, to expand its general-purpose zone and approving manufacturing authority on behalf of Publications International, Ltd. to assemble children's books under zone procedures within FTZ 41, subject to a 3-year time limit, in the Milwaukee, Wisconsin, area. Signed by Susan G. Esserman, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (61 F.R. 21157; May 9, 1996).

Order No. 819, April 29, 1996 (Docket No. 52-95)
    Approved the application of the McAllen Economic Development Corporation, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 12, to expand its general-purpose zone in McAllen, Texas. Signed by Susan G. Esserman, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (61 F.R. 21157; May 9, 1996).

Order No. 820, April 29, 1996 (Docket No. 55-95)
    Approved the application of the Georgia Foreign-Trade Zone, Inc., grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 26, to expand its general-purpose zone in Atlanta, Georgia. Signed by Susan G. Esserman, Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (61 F.R. 21156; May 9, 1996).

Order No. 821, May 21, 1996 (Docket No. 40-95)
    Approved with restrictions the application of the Board of Harbor Commissioners of the Port of New Orleans, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 2, to establish Subzone 2I at the oil refinery complex of BP Exploration & Oil Inc., in Plaquemines Parish (New Orleans area), Louisiana. Signed by Paul L. Joffe, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (61 F.R. 27047; May 30, 1996).

Order No. 822, May 21, 1996 (Docket 59-95)
    Approved with restrictions the application of the Toledo-Lucas County Port Authority, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 8, to establish Subzone 8F at the oil refinery complex of BP Exploration & Oil Inc., located at sites in Lucas, Allen and Wood Counties (Toledo area), Ohio. Signed by Paul L. Joffe, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (61 F.R. 27048; May 30, 1996).

Order No. 823, May 9, 1996 (Docket No. 70-95)
    Approved the application of the Huntsville-Madison County Airport Authority, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 83, to establish Subzone 83B at the electronic fluorescent lighting ballasts and components manufacturing facility of MagneTek, Inc., in Madison, Alabama. Signed by Paul L. Joffe, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (61 F.R. 25621; May 22, 1996).

Order No. 824, May 31, 1996 (Docket No. 39-95)
    Approved the application of the Greater Kansas City Foreign Trade Zone, Inc., grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 15, to expand its general-purpose zone (Site 3) to include the entire Kansas City International Airport Complex in Kansas City, Missouri. Signed by Paul L. Joffe, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (61 F.R. 29529; June 11, 1996).

Order No. 825, May 29, 1996 (Docket No. 39-96)
    Approved with restrictions the application of the South Louisiana Port Commission, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 124, to revise the grant of authority for FTZ Subzone 124A (TransAmerican Natural Gas Corporation), Destrehan, Louisiana, making its scope of authority similar to that granted for the Amoco Oil Company subzone in Texas City, Texas. This case was approved under the "fast track" provision of the FTZ Board's regulations (15 CFR Sec. 400.32(b) (1)). Signed by Paul L. Joffe, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (61 F.R. 28839; June 6, 1996).

Order No. 826, June 4, 1996 (Docket No. 76-95)
    Approved the application of the Foreign-Trade Zone of Wisconsin, Ltd., grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 41, to remove the time limit in Board Order 639, which authorized on behalf of Western Publishing Company, Inc., the manufacture of children's touch-sound books under zone procedures within FTZ 41, Milwaukee, Wisconsin area. Signed by Paul L. Joffe, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (61 F.R. 29531; June 11, 1996).

Order No. 827, June 20, 1996 (Docket No. 40-96)
    Approved (for export only) the request of the Department of Business, Economic Development & Tourism of the State of Hawaii, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 9, on behalf of NIC Americas, Inc., to manufacture medical devices under zone procedures 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 Robert S. LaRussa, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (61 F.R. 33490; June 27, 1996).

Order No. 828, June 17, 1996 (Docket No. 43-96)
    Approved with restrictions the request of the South Carolina State Ports Authority, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 21, on behalf of Hubner Manufacturing Corporation, to manufacture industrial bellows and plastic/rubber molded parts under zone procedures within FTZ 21, Charleston, South Carolina. This case was approved under the "fast track" provision of the FTZ Board's regulations (15 CFR 400.32(b)(1)). Signed by Robert S. LaRussa, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (61 F.R. 33094; June 26, 1996).

Order No. 829, May 29, 1996 (Docket No. 42-95)
    Approved the application of the Clinton County Area Development Corporation, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 54, to expand its general-purpose zone at a site in Champlain (Clinton County), New York. Signed by Paul L. Joffe, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (61 F.R. 28840; June 6, 1996).

Order No. 830, June 20, 1996 (Docket No. 71-95)
    Approved with restrictions the application of the Texas City Foreign Trade Zone Corporation, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 199, to establish Subzone 199B at the oil refinery complex of Marathon Oil Company, in Texas City, Texas. Signed by Robert S. LaRussa, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (61 F.R. 33491; June 27, 1996).

Order No. 831, June 20, 1996 (Docket No. 75-95)
    Approved with restrictions the application of the Delaware Economic Development Office, on behalf of the State of Delaware, to establish Subzone 99E at the oil refinery complex of Star Enterprise in Newcastle County, Delaware. Signed by Robert S. LaRussa, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (61 F.R. 33490; June 27, 1996).

Order No. 832, June 20, 1996 (Docket No. 44-95)
    Approved the application of the South Carolina State Ports Authority, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 21, to expand its general-purpose zone in the Charleston, South Carolina area. Signed by Robert S. LaRussa, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (61 F.R. 33491; June 27, 1996).

Order No. 833, July 16, 1996 (Docket No. 60-95)
    Approved the application of the Board of Harbor Commissioners of the City of Long Beach, California, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 50, to expand its general-purpose zone in the Long Beach, California area. Signed by Robert S. LaRussa, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (61 F.R. 42832; August 19, 1996).

Order No. 834, July 31, 1996 (Docket No. 74-95)
    Approved the request of the Huntsville-Madison County Airport Authority, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 83, on behalf of Onan Engine Company, Inc., to manufacture small internal combustion engines under zone procedures within FTZ 83, Huntsville, Alabama. Signed by Robert S. LaRussa, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (61 F.R. 41768; August 12, 1996).

Order No. 835, July 26, 1996 (Docket No. 2-95)
    Grant of authority to the Sebring Airport Authority to establish Foreign-Trade Zone 215 in Sebring, Florida. Signed by Michael Kantor, Secretary of Commerce, Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (61 F.R. 42832; August 19, 1996).

Order No. 836, August 16, 1996 (Docket No. 5-95)
    Grant of authority to the Port of Olympia to establish Foreign-Trade Zone 216 in the Olympia, Washington area. Signed by Michael Kantor, Secretary of Commerce, Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (61 F.R. 45400; August 29, 1996).

Order No. 837, July 16, 1996 (Docket No. 79-95)
    Approved with restrictions the application of the Port of Houston Authority, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 84, to establish Subzone 84O at the oil refinery/petrochemical complex of Exxon Corporation in Harris County, Texas. Signed by Robert S. LaRussa, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (61 F.R. 38711; July 25, 1996).

Order No. 838, July 16, 1996 (Docket No. 1-96)
    Approved with restrictions the application of the Philadelphia Regional Port Authority, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 35, to establish Subzone 35C at the oil refinery/petrochemical complex of Sun Company Inc., at sites in the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania area. Signed by Robert S. LaRussa, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (61 F.R. 38710; July 25, 1996).

Order No. 839, July 16, 1996 (Docket No. 4-96)
    Approved with restrictions the application of the South Louisiana Port Commission, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 124, to establish Subzone 124F at the oil refinery/petrochemical complex of Shell Oil Company located at sites in St. Charles Parish, Louisiana. Signed by Robert S. LaRussa, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (61 F.R. 38710; July 25, 1996).

Order No. 840, August 7, 1996 (Docket 23-95)
    Grant of authority to the Economic Development Council, Inc. (of Ocala/Marion County), to establish Foreign-Trade Zone 217 in Ocala, Florida. Signed by Michael Kantor, Secretary of Commerce, Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board, (61 F.R. 42833; August 19, 1996).

Order No. 841, August 1, 1996 (Docket No. 43-95)
    Approved the application of the Cleveland-Cuyahoga County Port Authority, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 40, to establish Subzone 40H at the vertical and horizontal turning and grinding machinery manufacturing plant of the Motch Corporation in Euclid, Ohio. Signed by Robert S. LaRussa, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (61 F.R. 41768; August 12, 1996).

Order No. 842, August 26, 1996 (Docket No. 66-95)
    Approved the application of the Board of Harbor Commissioners of the City of Los Angeles, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 202, to expand its general-purpose zone in the Los Angeles, California area. Signed by Robert S. LaRussa, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (61 F.R. 46763; September 5, 1996).

Order No. 843, August 26, 1996 (Docket No. 8-96)
    Approved the application of the Greater Detroit Foreign Trade Zone, Inc., grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 70, to expand its general-purpose zone in Detroit, Michigan. Signed by Robert S. LaRussa, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (61 F.R. 46763; September 5, 1996).

Order No. 844, September 5, 1996 (Docket No. 57-95)
    Approved the application of the Maryland Department of Transportation/Maryland Aviation Administration, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 73, to expand its general-purpose zone in the Baltimore, Maryland area. Signed by Robert S. LaRussa, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (61 F.R. 48665; September 16, 1996).

Order No. 845, October 7, 1996 (Docket No. 68-95)
    Approved the application of the Georgia Foreign-Trade Zone, Inc., grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 26, to establish subzones at the United Technologies Corporation, Pratt & Whitney Group plant (Subzone 26E) and at the adjacent Precision Components International, Inc., plant (Subzone 26F) in Columbus, Georgia. Signed by Robert S. LaRussa, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (61 F.R. 54152; October 17, 1996).

Order No. 846, September 24, 1996 (Docket No. 17-96)
    Approved the application of the Greater Metropolitan Area Foreign Trade Zone Commission, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 119, to establish Subzone 119E at the plastic in-line skate manufacturing facilities of the Plastic Products Company, Inc., in Lindstrom and Princeton, Minnesota. Signed by Robert S. LaRussa, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (61 F.R. 51676; October 3, 1996).

Order No. 847, October 7, 1996 (Docket No. 9-96)
    Approved with restrictions the application of the Greater Baton Rouge Port Commission, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 154, to establish Subzone 154A at the oil refinery/petrochemical complex of Exxon Corporation in the Baton Rouge, Louisiana area. Signed by Robert S. LaRussa, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (61 F.R. 54152; October 17, 1996).

Order No. 848, October 7, 1996 (Docket No. 12-96)
    Approved with restrictions the application of the Foreign Trade Zone of Southeast Texas, Inc., grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 116, to establish Subzone 116C at the oil refinery complex of Clark Refining and Marketing, Inc., in Jefferson County, Texas. Signed by Robert S. LaRussa, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (61 F.R. 54153; October 17, 1996).

Order No. 849, October 7, 1996
    Adopted interpretive guidelines and procedures for the lapse provision of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board's regulations for the implementation of this provision which first goes into effect on November 8, 1996. Signed by Robert S. LaRussa, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (61 F.R. 53305; October 11, 1996).

Order No. 850, October 23, 1996 (Docket No. 72-95)
    Approved the application of the South Carolina State Ports Authority, grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone 21, to expand its general-purpose zone to include the Charleston Business Park, in Charleston, South Carolina. Signed by Robert S. LaRussa, Acting Assistant Secretary for Import Administration, Alternate Chairman of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (61 F.R. 57383; November 6, 1996).