County commissioners on Tuesday approved an application to the US Department of Commerce that would designate Miami International Airport as a Foreign Trade Zone magnet site.
Port officials estimate Prologis, one of the world’s largest industrial property owners, should receive permission in the near future to create a foreign trade zone magnet hub in Northwest Miami-Dade County, adding to the growing number of sites PortMiami oversees since winning approval to create a foreign trade zone three years ago.
- Cargo Transport King Ocean Expands To 157K SF At Prologis Beacon Lakes Industrial Park
- The South Florida Answer To West Coast Logistic Bottlenecks
- Miami International Airport Weighs Private Deal For Five-Level Cargo Hub
- Prologis Proposes 554,000-SF Warehouse
- Philadelphia Firm Pays $25.4M For Two Medley Properties
- Florida Ports Council Chair: South Florida Ports Ready For More Cargo
- Warehouses In The Sky: Multi-Level Projects Ramp Up
- Demand Spikes For Industrial Space In Miami-Dade, Broward Counties
- Seagis Property Group Acquires 53,000 SF Warehouse In Doral
- Industrial Construction Reaches All-Time High, Tenants Will Still Struggle To Find Space
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