FTZ No. 275
Grow Business Internationally
Foreign Trade Zone (FTZ) No. 275 was established in 2009 to help mid-Michigan companies compete globally. Centered at Port Lansing and the Capital Region International Airport, FTZ No. 275 serves an eight-county region: Clinton, Eaton, Gratiot, Ingham, Isabella, Jackson, Livingston and Shiawassee.
An FTZ is a federally designated area in or near a U.S. Customs port of entry where foreign and domestic merchandise is categorized as outside the country or outside U.S. Customs territory.
Eligible companies within the FTZ No. 275 region can leverage special privileges while performing activities required for manufacturing or distribution. Importers and exporters benefit through streamlined global logistics and reduced overall costs through eliminated, deferred or reduced duties and customs-related fees.
FTZ No. 275 Benefits
- Better cash flow with the elimination, reduction or deferral of duties
- Reduced customs entry fees
- Savings on scrap, waste and yield loss
- Direct delivery of imports
- Duty exemption on re-exports
- Duty elimination or reduction through inverted tariffs
FTZ No. 275 Operator
Goods can be admitted into FTZ NO. 275 by contacting and pre-alerting: FARROW, FTZ NO. 275 operator at 269-966-4549.
FTZ No. 275 Address
Capital Region International Airport
2350 Port Lansing Road
Lansing, MI 48906
Firms Code: I451
Customhouse Brokers using CBP Form E-214 should enter:
- Block 1: 275-0001, Fiscal Year, Admissions Number
- Block 2: 3807
Learn more about Foreign Trade Zones, and how they can support your economic development objectives and competitiveness.
Learn more about the laws, regulations, policies and procedures that U.S. Customs & Border Protection has established.
FTZ 8-County Region