International Distribution

Missouri is home to many global businesses, due in part to our ability to get your goods anywhere in the world via river, rail, road and air.

We are home to three Foreign Trade Zones, served by every Class 1 railroad, and can move your goods across North America in any direction.

We are also home to an extensive river infrastructure, allowing the efficient and unhindered movement of goods, year round, to the Gulf of Mexico and beyond.

And for companies looking to engage in foreign trade, Missouri’s three foreign trade zones are spread throughout the state.

Foreign Trade Zones

Greater Kansas City Foreign Trade Zone, Inc.–FTZ #15
Fifth Street, Suite 200,
Kansas City, Missouri 64106
Phone: 816-474-2227

St. Louis County Port Authority, FTZ #102
121 South Meramec, Suite 900,
St. Louis, Missouri 63105
Phone: 314-889-7663

City of Springfield, FTZ #225
202 S. John Q. Hammons Pkwy,
Springfield, MO 65801
Phone: 417-862-5567

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