|Port Tampa Bay
1101 Channelside Drive
Tampa, Florida 33602
May 12, 2014
TAMPA, Fla.—Foreign Trade Zone (FTZ) No. 79 and Port Tampa Bay will host the 2015 National Association of Foreign-Trade Zones (NAFTZ) Spring Seminar in Tampa, May 17-19, 2015, at the Hilton Tampa Downtown.
The NAFTZ Spring Seminar is an event that caters to the Foreign-Trade Zone community throughout the United States and offers industry-specific sessions to current and potential Zone Operators/Users, Zone Grantees, and FTZ Consultants.
FTZ No. 79 and Port Tampa Bay invite members of the Tampa Bay business community involved in the importation and exportation of merchandise to attend the seminar and learn about the benefits that the FTZ No. 79 program can provide to your company’s import and export operations.
Announcements containing further details about FTZ No. 79 and the 2015 NAFTZ Spring Seminar will be forthcoming. For additional information contact Mr. Torrey Chambliss, administrator of the FTZ No. 79 Program.
Mr. Torrey Chambliss
Manager FTZ & Cargo Business Development
Port Tampa Bay
About FTZ No. 79
Located in the Tampa Bay Region of the state of Florida, Foreign-Trade Zone (FTZ) No. 79 assists companies located in Tampa Bay and along the I-4 Corridor to streamline the process and minimize the costs associated with qualified importing, exporting, manufacturing, and distribution activities. The FTZ No. 79 Project is supported by a regional Board of Directors consisting of members representing the city of Tampa, Hillsborough County, the Tampa Hillsborough EDC, the Central Florida Development Council, Port Tampa Bay, Tampa International Airport, and the private sector. For additional information, visit www.TampaFTZ.com.
About Port Tampa Bay
Port Tampa Bay is Florida’s largest port and the largest economic engine in west central Florida, supporting nearly 80,000 jobs and generating almost $15 billion in annual economic impact. In addition to being a top 10 U.S. cruise port, the port handles a wide array of bulk, break bulk, containers and roll-on/roll-off cargoes, and is a major shipbuilding and repair center. The port was recently voted “Simply the Best” for world-class customer service in a Logistics Management Magazine reader poll. For more information, visit www.PortTB.com.