Conductor Analysis Technologies Achieves ITAR Registration


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Conductor Analysis Technologies has earned ITAR registration of its laboratory. The official notice from the U.S. Department of State was received last week. According to Lance Auer, North American Technical Representative, “This allows us to better serve our Military customers. It removes concerns about their data that may be in our possession or limitations on technical discussions regarding their products.”

About Conductor Analysis Technologies, Inc.

Conductor Analysis Technologies, Inc. is a provider of market-critical data utilized by designers, purchasers, assemblers, and manufacturers of printed circuit boards.  Founded in 1994 our products and services provide a standardized, independent, and documented evaluation of printed circuit manufacturing capability, quality, and reliability. For more information, click here

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