The United States has a statutory and regulatory system for controlling and monitoring the international movement of goods and technology from The United States. Among other things, the system is designed to minimize the risk of diversion of such items to locations where they will not be in furtherance of the interests or policies of the United States. It is of the utmost importance of the interests of Mipro, Inc. that the laws and regulations governing the movement of equipment and technology be followed. This will allow Mipro to maintain its good corporate citizenship status, avoid inadvertent violations, costly errors, and the possible disruption to business. Commitment to these policies is a daily exercise. All of those in the company who are involved in the international movement of goods and technology must vigilantly maintain and adhere to this commitment on a continuous basis as they go about their everyday duties and responsibilities for the company.
Mipro Technology, Inc. is committed to full compliance with all export control regulations administered by the U.S. Department of Commerce, the U.S. Department of State, and other U.S. regulatory agencies. Mipro Technology, Inc. has implemented an export control policy and export compliance program to ensure that there is no illegal diversion of product sold by Mipro Technology, Inc. for military, terrorist, or nuclear/missile/chemical weapons proliferation activities through the export or re-export of Mipro, Inc’s products or technology in violation of any U.S. law.
Each export commercial invoice issued by Mipro Technology, Inc, contains the following statement:
These commodities are subject to compliance with all US Export Administration regulations. Diversion contrary to US laws is prohibited. Re-Export to Cuba, Iran, Syria, Ivory Coast, Dem. Rep. of Congo, Eritrea, Iraq, Lebanon, Libya, N. Korea, Somalia, and Sudan is expressly forbidden by US Export laws.
We require our customers to maintain strict adherence to all applicable export laws of The United States of America. Customers and its Subsidiaries and affiliates when purchasing products from Mipro Technology, Inc agree on behalf of itself and its subsidies and affiliates to abide by all applicable laws and regulations relating to the export and re-export of products purchased from Mipro, Inc
Detailed information on US Export Regulations can be found at the following Web Sites:
- The Export Administration Regulations (EAR) are administered by the DOC’s Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS). The EAR is available at
- The International Traffic In Arms Regulations (ITAR) are administered by the DOS Directorate of Defense Trade Control (DDTC). The ITAR is available at
If customer is uncertain about the export regulations for a Product they are purchasing from Mipro, Inc. they should contact us and we will clarify compliance with any US Export Regulation.