Foreign-Trade Zone Number 29F is located in Harrodsburg, Kentucky, approximately 55 miles from Louisville, Kentucky.
Hitachi Astemo Americas, Inc. is the operator of Subzone 29F, located at 955 Warwick Road, Harrodsburg, Kentucky 40330. Hitachi Astemo Americas, Inc.'s corporate affiliate, HITACHI AMERICA, LTD., 50 Prospect Ave., Tarrytown, N.Y. 10591-4698.
Subzone 29F consists of an 85-acre lot that encompasses: A Main Plant and Electronics Manufacturing Facility, Koki Center, Material Distribution Facility, and Machining Center. Also part of Subzone 29F is one off site service warehouse that make up 90,000 sq. feet combined. Hitachi Astemo Americas, Inc. operates the subzone for producing, warehousing, and distributing various automotive components.
Hitachi Astemo Americas, Inc.'s zone procedure for manufacturing and warehousing automotive products are as authorized by Board Order No. 497, dated December 21, 1990, 56 Fed. Req. 674, (January 8, 1991). U.S. Customs granted activation of Subzone 29F on April 1, 1991.
Hitachi Astemo Americas, Inc.'s Locations in Harrodsburg, Kentucky; Farmington Hills Office and Los Angeles Office are proudly to have C-TPAT Certified since 2003 Customs Trade Partnership Against Terrorism.
A Foreign-Trade Zone (FTZ) is a specially designated area, in or adjacent to a U.S. Customs port of Entry, which is considered to be outside the customs territory of the U.S. Subzones are special-purpose zones, usually at manufacturing plants.
The Customs Service is responsible for the transfer of merchandise into and out of a zone and for matters involving the collection of revenue. Zones are supervised by U.S. Customs officers through periodic checks and visits; the security of the zone must meet U.S. Customs requirements