Export Control Compliance
It is the policy of Murata Power Solutions to fully comply with all laws and regulations governing the export of its products, services and technical data. Each employee is dedicated to ensure such compliance.
To that end, all goods moved across national borders are handled in accordance with the applicable laws of the exporting and importing countries.
Neither sales nor shipments will be made to any individual or firm appearing in the Denied Parties Lists or to any firms owned by or associated with the individuals of firms therein listed. Also, no orders or shipments are to be made to any country subject to economic or trade sanctions imposed by the U.S. unless otherwise authorized by U.S. law.The export or re-export of Murata Power Solutions products, or transfer of these technologies, is subject to the export laws and regulations of the United States. The primary agencies that administer and enforce these laws and regulations are the Bureau of Industry and Security. The scope of the U.S. export laws and regulations primarily includes:
- The export of U.S. products or technology from the United States
- The movement of U.S. products or technology outside of the United States
- The movement of non-U.S. products or technology that have U.S. content
In addition, regulations are in effect that place emphasis on the end-use and/or end-user of exported items. As a result, we are vigilant in screening our customers and transactions.
In particular, no transaction can be made when dealing with individuals, companies and countries involved with the proliferation of nuclear missile and chemical/biological related processes and/or weapons without a license from the Department of Commerce.
This policy summarizes and refers to the applicable laws and regulations. If you have any queries regarding Murata Power Solutions Export Compliance Policy please contact the Export Compliance Officer.
Hybrid Specialty Metals/Compliance Policy Statement, click on the links below.