Created by Congress in the Foreign-Trade Zones Act of 1934, Foreign-Trade Zones (FTZs) are restricted-access sites which can allow companies to defer, reduce, or eliminate customs duties on foreign imports. FTZs can be independently operated or can be within your own company. By using an FTZ, companies can improve cash flow, reduce insurance costs, avoid quotas, and streamline their logistics. In this seminar, experts will discuss options for creating and using an FTZ, the benefits and the costs. Interested companies will be better able to assess whether an FTZ is suitable for their situation, and, if so, how to evaluate their options, the costs, and the benefits.