In addition to User-driven Sites, which may be located anywhere within our Zone Service Area, the Knoxville FTZ also has three Magnet Sites pre-approved by the FTZ Board, where companies may locate and more expeditiously operate under zone procedures without applying for a User-driven Site.
User-driven Sites would obviously be preferable to existing companies already located in the Knoxville Zone’s Service Area. Depending on the nature of operations, new companies and companies seeking to relocate or expand their operations my want to consider one of our Magnet Sites. These are shown on the Zone Service Area map.
Magnet Site consisting of 190 acres within the Partnership Park South Industrial Park on U.S Highway 321, Maryville, Tennessee (Blount County), owned by Grantee.
Magnet Site of 13 acres located in Oak Ridge, Tennessee (Roane County), and owned by the Community Reuse Organization of East Tennessee (CROET).
Magnet Site consisting of 71 acres located in Eagle Bend Industrial Park, Clinton, Tennessee (Anderson County), and privately owned.
Current User-Driven Sites:
Usage-driven 42-acre Site located in Crossville, Tennessee (Cumberland County), and operated by CoLinx
Usage-driven 6-acre Site located in Crossville, Tennessee (Cumberland County), and operated by CoLinx.
Usage-driven 5.7-acre Site located in Crossville, Tennessee (Cumberland County), and operated by CoLinx
This is a special purpose “sub-zone” site located in Forks of the River Industrial Park (Knoxville) approved by the FTZ Board prior to our zone’s reorganization under ASF. It was formerly owned and operated by KEMET Foils Manufacturing, LLC. It remains approved by the FTZ Board, and available, but de-activated with concurrence of the Grantee.