Companies Using FTZ # 26

A Usage-Driven Site or Subzone refers to a site with FTZ designation that is tied to a single operator or user and granted FTZ designation for a specific use. A Usage-Driven facility is either “General Purpose” in nature, offering warehousing and distribution services to multiple tenants/customers, or “Single-User” in nature, operated for the exclusive use of one company.

The following companies operate Usage-Driven Sites or Subzones within FTZ #26. Many of these companies are utilizing FTZ procedures to produce goods ranging from pharmaceuticals to recreational vehicles and aircraft engine components. Other FTZ #26 “operators” use FTZ procedures to store and distribute produces like jet fuel, vehicle parts, and consumer products.

Barrow County

  • Chico’s FAS, Winder
  • Mizuno USA, Braselton

Clarke County

  • Noramco, Inc., Athens
  • SKAPS Industries, Athens

Clayton County

  • Fueling Operations at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
  • DHL Global Forwarding, College Park
  • Expeditors International, Atlanta
  • Future Forwarding, Atlanta
  • Sanofi U.S., Forest Park

Coweta County

  • Yamaha Motor Manufacturing Company, Newnan

Fulton County

  • Unipart Services America, Inc., Atlanta
  • Newell-Rubbermaid Distribution, Atlanta
  • Agility Logistics, Atlanta

Gwinnett County

  • Makita Corporation of America, Buford
  • Ricoh Electronics, Lawrenceville
  • NEMA, Inc., Duluth

Muscogee County

  • Eastman Kodak Company, Columbus
  • Pratt & Whitney, Columbus
  • Precision Components International, Columbus

Spalding County

  • Perkins Shibaura Engines, Griffin

Walker County

  • Roper Corporation, LaFayette