Redistribution / Foreign Trade Zone
  • Conveniently located approximately 1 hour north of 80/90, which is the nations largest
    East-West Corridor
  • 1.3 miles from I-94, 1.9 miles from HW 127
  • 1 hour from Ambassador Bridge, North America's #1 International Border Crossing
  • 50,000 sq. ft. of temperature controlled space
  • 5,000 sq. ft. of cooler space, with room to expand
  • Located adjacent to Silver Foam Distributing in Jackson, MI
  • Over 10 years of experience in the transfer and storage of alcoholic beverages


Services offered include
  • Repalletizing
  • Repacking
  • Stretch Wrapping
  • Shrink Tunnel Application
  • Dunnage Consolidation
  • Storage



Let Silver Foam RDC handle all of your domestic and exporting needs. Our experience and
facility is second to none. We look forward to learning how we can assist you and improve
your distribution needs.

Contact Us
Established in 2000, our experienced staff at the Silver Foam
Redistribution Center has been shipping alcoholic beverages to 28 U.S
States and 7 provinces throughout Canada.
Adam Willbee
Vice President of Redistribution
awillbee@silverfoamdist.com

                                                  FTZ Benefits


FTZs are considered to be outside of U.S. Customs Territory for the purpose
of customs duty payment. Therefore, goods entering FTZs are not subject to
customs tariffs until the goods leave the zone and are formally entered into
U.S. Customs Territory. Merchandise that is shipped to foreign countries
from FTZs is exempt from duty payments. This provision is especially useful
to firms that import components in order to manufacture finished products for
export.
There is no time limit on goods stored inside a FTZ and certain foreign and
domestic merchandise held in FTZs may be exempted from state and local
inventory taxes. This allows firms to minimize their costs while their products
are waiting to be shipped. In addition, quota restrictions are in some cases
waived for items entering an FTZ; however, the restrictions would apply if the
items were to enter the U.S. market.
A variety of activities can be conducted in a zone, including assembling,
packaging, destroying, storing, cleaning, exhibiting, re-packing, distributing,
sorting, grading, testing, labeling, repairing, combining with foreign or
domestic content, or processing.
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