Our ITAR registration will allow us to support our current defense-related customers at a higher level. It also opens up opportunities to serve new customers requiring ITAR registration from their suppliers.
Souderton, PA (PRWEB) December 21, 2011
Leading commercial heat treater, Solar Atmospheres, has received ITAR registration from the United States Department of State. International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) is a United States Federal Government regulation to control the manufacture, export and transfer of military and defense technologies, information and services. Any person or U.S. company who wishes to engage in the manufacture and export of articles under the United States Munitions List (USML) must register with the United States Department of State. Companies receiving this registration demonstrate that they have the knowledge and understanding to fully comply with the Arms Export Control Act (AECA) and International Traffic in Arms Regulations, as well as having corporate procedures and controls in place to ensure compliance.
"Solar Atmospheres is committed to providing high quality vacuum heat treating, brazing, carburizing, and nitriding in fields where reliability and security are critical," said Solar Atmospheres corporate president Roger Jones. "Our ITAR registration will allow us to support our current defense-related customers at a higher level. It also opens up opportunities to serve new customers requiring ITAR registration from their suppliers.”
ABOUT SOLAR ATMOSPHERES
Solar Atmospheres is the world’s largest provider of commercial vacuum heat treating services. Through unmatched technical expertise, equipment, and quality assurance, Solar's thermal processing produces bright, scale-free parts with minimal distortion. For clients requiring an "out-of-the ordinary" application, an in-house R&D team of metallurgists and scientists develop innovative, custom process solutions. Serving over 18 markets, Solar's state-of-the art services include brazing, carburizing and nitriding. With over 50 furnaces ranging from lab sized to the world’s largest commercial vacuum furnace, Solar can efficiently handle any size job. Headquartered in Souderton, near Philadelphia, Solar also operates plants in Hermitage, near Pittsburgh and in Fontana, California, near Los Angeles. Please visit the Solar website for more information.