bonded warehouse


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bonded warehouse

A warehouse where materials may be stored before their installation on a building project if they are not stored at the job site. The materials are “in bond, ” that is, under the legal control of the project’s owner.
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There are other benefits to a bonded warehouse, in particular, the improvement of cash flow.
New Brazilian law allows bonded warehouses to double as manufacturing plants.
ISLAMABAD, June 13, 2011 (Balochistan Times): The Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) has provided relief to the business community by extending the warehousing period and waiving off the penal surcharge on overstayed goods, lying uncleared in the Customs Bonded warehouse.
The former Bonded Warehouse, which is a listed building, has been converted into apartments ranging from 458 sq ft to 1,924 sq ft.
The site, created by wine merchant Berry Bros & Rudd, lets customers sell and buy wines stored in Berrys' UK bonded warehouse.
A BONDED warehouse has been established in Cardiff supplying some of the world's finest wines for customers in Wales.
An 11-mile ride from the Bonded Warehouse to the Bumble Hole Visitor Centre, Netherton, and back begins at 10.
the "Company") a bottler and distributor of pure water from the Artesian wells of the "Ogallala Aquifer", announced today that its facilities in Hereford, Texas, have now been approved as a United States customs bonded warehouse, which is used for all imported goods that require US customs clearance, federal taxes and duties.
EDINBURGH The Bond, in Leith, retains the original brown brick exterior of its former life as a whisky bonded warehouse but Persimmon City Developments has carved out a U-shaped courtyard, which most new homes overlook.
The device was discovered while the sack was being X-rayed at a bonded warehouse near Manila airport.
It also provides a Customs and Excise-approved bonded warehouse facility.
He switched more than 1100 cases of whisky with coloured water at a bonded warehouse then sold them to pay off debts.