Zero Defects International Announces Renewal of ITAR Registration

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Zero Defects International [ZDI] has received notice of compliance with and renewed registration for ITAR, the International Traffic in Arms Regulation. The continuation of this conformance status enables users of each of the two ZDI services to maintain access to both services. The first is the outsourcing of printed circuit board [PCB] front-end engineering CAM services. This continues to be a very popular practice within the North American printed circuit board manufacturing industry but access to specific product design and technical information requires that ZDI and applicable users operate within parameters set by ITAR.

The second of these services involves the printed circuit board assembly [PCBA] testing that ZDI performs for customers in Silicon Valley as well as for companies in all regions of the United States. ITAR compliance is essential in order to utilize the necessary engineering data for test purposes.


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