A Freeport customs site (also known as a ‘free zone’) is a secure customs zone where normal tax and customs rules do not apply.
Freeport customs sites are run by an operator, who will be responsible for the security of the site and keeping records about goods moving in, around and out of the site.
If you want to apply to be a Freeport customs site operator, you must first have an agreement in place with the operator of the wider freeport.
You’ll need to:
If you’re planning on using transit, HMRC will also take you through the application process.
If you’re planning to declare goods by conduct from temporary storage to the freeport, you’ll need to applu seperately.
Click here for more information and application: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/apply-to-be-a-freeport-customs-site-operator