- CSX Rail Siding
- Food Grade Facility
- General Order Warehouse
- Roll Clamp
- U.S. Customs Bonded
A Customs bonded warehouse is a building or other secured area in which imported dutiable merchandise may be stored, manipulated, or undergo manufacturing operations without payment of duty for up to 5 years from the date of importation. Authority for establishing bonded warehouses is set forth in Title 19, United States Code (U.S.C.), section 1555. The regulations covered the operation of bonded warehouses is found at 19 CFR 19.
When goods arrive into a U.S port they are subject to duties, re-export fees and excise taxes. All charges must be paid and confirmed before the importer of record can legally take possession. Within 15 days of arrival, cargo must be claimed or it is sent to an approved bonded warehouse General Order (GO) warehouse.
North Florida Warehouse FTZ meet’s all CBP requirement designations of being a Customs Bonded & General Order (GO) Warehouse.
Defer your payment of fees until items are sold and released into the market. Import a shipment into the U.S. and only pay duties as you sell the product to your customers. Your goods are stored in a safe environment and your cash flow remains available for other uses.
Bypass excise tax on re-exports. Bring goods into the U.S. and store them before reshipping to other countries. You eliminate paying taxes altogether since the goods will not be sold abroad.
Document Filing Savings. Requirements for clearance paperwork on goods brought into a Customs Bonded Warehouse are reduced, and North Florida Warehouse FTZ handles the entries and filings.
Consolidation. Take shipments from multiple countries and combine them before re-exportation, duty free.