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SUBZONE/USAGE-DRIVEN SITE UNDER THE ALTERNATIVE SITE FRAMEWORK:

Subzone/Usage-Driven Site Under the ASF Application Format
  • Using the format above, you can designate one or more sites as a subzone instead of as usage-driven sites. To designate a subzone instead of a usage-driven site, the grantee should indicate in the letter that it is requesting subzone designation.

  • If possible, comments from the local CBP Port Director should be included with your request. If a letter from CBP is not included, a copy of your request must be provided to CBP no later than when the request is submitted to our office (see section 400.38(a) of the FTZ Board’s regulations). When providing the copy to CBP, you can note that the regulations provide CBP with 20 days to submit comments.
Applications should be sent to: Andrew McGilvray, Executive Secretary, Foreign-Trade Zones Board, U.S. Department of Commerce, 1401 Constitution Ave., NW, Room 21013, Washington, DC 20230


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