Distron Announces International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) Registration
Attleboro Falls, MA (PRWEB) November 24, 2009
Distron Corporation (http://www.distron.com/military-contract-manufacturing.html) , a leading supplier of electronics contract manufacturing services is pleased to announce it has received registration to the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR).
Established in 1976 to ensure U.S. national security and other policy objectives, ITAR refers to the set of regulations governing the import and export of weapons and defense related technology to and from the United States. For Distron Corporation, this would mean specialized military grade electronic assembly manufacturing of flex circuit assemblies, circuit board assemblies, electro-mechanical assemblies, and more.
As Distron Corporation (http://www.distron.com/military-contract-manufacturing.html) explains, providing electronic contract manufacturing for the military is much more than simply providing quotes, designing, testing, and delivering. Manufacturing for the military and acquiring ITAR registration involves meeting stringent military specifications and standards.
“ITAR registration is an essential step in establishing Distron as a world class supplier of electronics assembly to the military” said Robert Donovan President of Distron. “Our core competencies of SMT circuit board assembly, flex circuit assembly and electro-mechanical assembly are in high demand in the defense market sector.”
Distron Corporation is a New England based provider of electronic contract manufacturing services. The company has over 40 years of experience servicing OEMS and specializes in high mix, low to medium volume production. Distron also offers value added services such as design for manufacturability, design for testability and BGA rework/repair. OEMs requiring speed, competitive pricing and local service will find Distron a comprehensive manufacturing partner.
For more information visit: http://www.distron.com/military-contract-manufacturing.html
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