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Export Compliance

Systron Donner Inertial (SDI) maintains a continuing commitment and obligation to comply with United States End-Use Requirements. In the event your order has an ultimate destination outside the U.S., SDI requires that a completed and signed copy of the End Use Statement be emailed or faxed, and an original printed hard copy be forwarded to SDI via mail/courier. This is required in order that SDI fulfill our obligations to U.S. Export Law. Your earliest attention and compliance with this requirement will assure no undue shipment delays resulting from incomplete export documentation.

Export Requirements: 

Sales of products are Subject to the U.S. Department of State approval where applicable. Several SDI products are subject to ITAR (International Traffic in Arms Regulations, 22 CFR Chapter 1, Subchapter M). An EXPORT LICENSE must be obtained from the U.S. Department of State before these products can be exported. For any SDI product subject to ITAR regulations and to be exported, either as unmodified stand alone units, or as a component in a higher level assembly up to and including aircraft, spacecraft, ground vehicles, and ships or other ocean vessels, irrespective of their intended use, the buyer is required to provide notification to the end user of their responsibilities as directed by 123.9 (b) of the above cited ITAR.

Products under the category of State Department are currently classified as International Traffic In Arms Regulations (ITAR) and as such require either prior approval or prior notification to the Directorate of Defense Trade Controls (DDTC), prior to the Submission of any proposals for the following products:

  • SDN500
  • SDI500, SDI505

The QRS11, QRS116, QRS28, SDD3000 and MotionPak® are EAR-600 and NOT subject to ITAR regulations. These products fall under several Export Commodity Classifications of either ECCN 7A611.x, 9A515.x, 9A604.x or 9A610.x Country Chart Reason for Control Code AT1, as determined by Commerce Department under the Export Administration Regulations. The QRS14, Horizon, SDG500, and SDG1400 are NOT subject to ITAR regulations. These products have an Export Commodity Classification of ECCN 7A994 Country Chart Reason for Control Code AT1, as determined by Commerce Department under the Export Administration Regulations. An original end user statement (on company letterhead) will be required for all export sales. The following Destination Control Statement will be included in any resulting Sales Order Acknowledgements, Shipper’s Export Declaration, and all invoices: "These commodities, technology or software were exported from the United States in accordance with the Export Administration Regulations. Diversion contrary to U.S. law is prohibited.”

US Department of State Embargo Country List