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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:

Tri-Link, Inc.: 9923 Pioneer Blvd. Santa Fe Springs, CA. 90670; 9134, 9138 and 9140 Norwalk Boulevard, Santa Fe Springs, CA. 90670
Contact;  Stuart Spikerman   (562) 280-7200
Website: http://www.trilinkFTZ.com


DHL Global Forwarding: 4000 Redondo Beach Ave. Redondo Beach, CA. 90278  
Contact; Dennis Smith (469) 281-8128 or Kim Bordet (310) 297-3481

DAMCO Distribution Services, Inc.:
771 E. Watson Center Rd. Carson, CA. 90745; 5011 Firestone Place, South Gate, CA. 90280; 12801 Excelsior Drive, Santa Fe Springs, CA. 90670
Contact; Matt Koren (323) 353-0041 or Crystal Threlfall (562) 228-0127

Panalpina, Inc.: 19900 South Vermont Ave. Torrance, CA. 90502 
Contact; Thayne Worsley (201) 272-3079

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