It is strongly recommended that our customers review MLT’s Export Compliance Policy. In addition, MLT may require a Certificate of ITAR Compliance. This Certificate is a simple agreement between MLT and its customers that all ITAR regualted information will be disclosed and protected in accordance to U.S. export controls. The End-User document must be completed and submitted to MLT if any ITAR regulated product (serviced by MLT) is to be shipped outside the U.S. These documents can be downloaded for review from the following links:
MLT Export Compliance Policy.
End-User Certificate (outside U.S. shipments only).
Certificate of ITAR Compliance (MLT/Customer Agreement).
Any questionable transaction should be placed on hold immediately. Questions regarding the legitimacy of a transaction should be referred to email@example.com for immediate attention.
ITAR Empowered Official
ITAR products, including encryption solutions, may be exported or re-exported to most civilian/commercial end users located in all territories except the embargoed destinations and countries designated as supporting terrorist activities. Countries listed in Supplement 1 to part 738 of the EAR as embargoed destinations requiring a license are Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Sudan, and Syria. http://www.gpo.gov/bis/ear/pdf/738spir.pdf.
Delivery, Import, and Use
- Importers, distributors, customers, and users are responsible for compliance with U.S. and local country export laws and regulations.
- MLT strongly recommends that importers, distributors and users investigate such regulations prior to encryption product deployment.
- MLT encourages customers to contact their local freight forwarder, consultant, or an attorney with knowledge of international export requirements to ensure compliance.
Micron Laser Technology services and technical data may not be used directly or indirectly for uses inconsistent with the original design and intended application (e.g. communications and network management) without Micron Laser Technology authorization and applicable U.S. government authorization. This includes but is not limited to the following activities:
- Designing, developing or fabricating nuclear weapons or nuclear explosive devices; or devising, carrying out or evaluating nuclear tests or nuclear explosions.
- Designing, assisting in the design of, constructing, fabricating, or operating facilities for the chemical processing of irradiated special nuclear material, production of heavy water, separation of isotopes of any source and special nuclear material, or the fabrication of nuclear reactor fuel containing plutonium.
- Designing, assisting in the design of, constructing, fabricating, furnishing or modifying equipment for the fabrication of chemical or biological weapons, chemical precursors, viruses, viroids, bacteria, fungi or protozoa.
- Designing, assisting in the design, construction, fabrication or furnishing equipment for components specially designed, modified, or adapted for use in such facilities.
- Training personnel in any of the above activities.
Introduction to Commerce Department Export Controls
Export guidance from the U.S. Commerce Department’s Bureau of Industry and Security can be found at www.bis.doc.gov/licensing/exportingbasics.htm.
Re-Export of Micron Laser Technology Serviced Items
U.S. and non-U.S. companies re-exporting ITAR products or technology must comply with local export regulations and U.S. re-export regulations. Guidance regarding re-exports and other offshore transactions involving items originating in the U.S. can be found at www.bis.doc.gov./licensing/reexportguidance.htm.
To speak with a Bureau of Industry and Security export counselor, please call the number listed below or visit www.bis.doc.gov for additional resources.
Outreach and Educational Services Division, Washington, DC: 202 482-4811.