Zero Defects International Renews ITAR Registration


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Zero Defects International [ZDI] has recently received notice of compliance with and renewed registration for ITAR (International Traffic in Arms Regulations).

This continuation of its conformance status enable users of each of two ZDI services to benefit from their availability. The first is the printed circuit board (PCB) front-end engineering CAM services, which have seen increased popularity among North American PCB manufacturers. Access to specific product design and technical information requires that ZDI and applicable users operate within parameters set by ITAR. 

The second service is the PCB assembly (PCBA) testing that ZDI performs for customers in not only Silicon Valley but for those in all areas of the United States. In order to utilize necessary engineering data for test purposes, ITAR compliance is essential.

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