Foreign Trade Zone

Triangle J Council of Governments is the grantee of the Research Triangle Area's full-service, multi-site Foreign Trade Zone #93 which allows companies importing and exporting products to reduce or delay custom duties or taxes on products received within the zone. All zone activities must result in public benefit and a net positive economic effect. TJCOG views the FTZ as a benefit to member organizations through its ability to stimulate international trade in the region, create jobs engaged in international trade, and encourage job creation in the larger market. 

FTZ #93 serves the Research Triangle region across 15 counties - Chatham, Durham, Franklin, Granville, Harnett, Johnston, Lee, Moore, Orange, Person, Sampson, Vance, Wake, Warren, and Wilson counties.

Contact: Renee Boyette, Administration and Member Services Director

                (919) 558-9403, rboyette@tjcog.org

 

Would the Foreign Trade Zone benefit my business? 

Current FTZ #93 Sites

Site 1 - World Trade Park, operated by Longistics International (Wake County)

Site 6 - GlaxoSmithKline (Wake County)

Site 7 - Southern Lithoplate (Franklin County)

Site 8 - Tobacco Rag Processors, Inc. (Wilson County)

Site 9 - AW North Carolina (Granville County)

Subzone 93C - Merck Sharp and Dohme Corporation (Wilson County)

Subzone 93G - Revlon Consumer Products (Granville County)

Subzone 93H - Merck Sharp and Dohme Corporation (Durham County)

Subzone 93J - MAS ACME USA (Chatham County)