A U.S. Foreign-Trade Zone (FTZ) is a secure area located at or near a U.S. port of entry that is considered outside of U.S. Customs Territory. The FTZ program was created by Congress in 1934 to stimulate growth by deferring, reducing or eliminating customs duties.
The Port of Hueneme is grantee of U.S. Foreign-Trade Zone #205. Established in 1994, the zone offers a wide range of manufacturing, processing and warehousing activities.
Alternative Site Framework (ASF) makes available up to 2,000 acres for fast track activation. The Zone is capable of accommodating storage and light assembly activities within its boundaries, under a duty-deferred status. There are four sites totaling approximately 882 acres.
The Foreign Trade Zone Board can activate in as short as 30 days, saving you time and money.
The Oxnard Harbor District has completed an aggressive port expansion program made possible by the 1997 acquisition of former Navy property read more
A high value commodity handled at the Port of Hueneme includes the import and export of automobiles and other rolling stock. read more
The Port of Hueneme began 71 years ago with a mission to provide California’s central coast agricultural community with an ocean read more