Compliance with trading requirements
Abris Distribution Inc strives to comply with all applicable export, import and
trade laws in all countries in which Abris Distribution Inc does business.
It is Abris Distribution Inc's policy that under no circumstances
sales or other transactions will not be made contrary to export regulations.
Distributor / Customer / Supplier / Contractor / Reseller (“ABRIS Partner”) understands and acknowledges that any goods, hardware, software and / or technology / technical data (collectively "products") acquired or obtained from ABRIS Distribution Inc. or any of its subsidiaries or affiliates (hereinafter collectively referred to as “ABRIS”) may be subject to laws and US Export Control / Trade Compliance Regulations (collectively "US Export Controls"), including but not limited to the following:
• Export Control Rules (“EAR”) (15 C. F. R. Parts 730-774) that apply
to export, re-export and transfer within the country of commercial goods of double
destination and some less sensitive military / defense goods and
which may impose requirements for re-export and domestic transfer of products
(or foreign-made goods including these products) based on such
factors such as (i) product classification; (ii) end end use
products or (iii) specific parties involved in the transaction.
• The International Arms Trade Regulations (“ITAR”) (22 C. F. R. part 120), which establish licensing requirements for the export and re-export / retransmission of military and defense-related goods (defense products), technologies (technical data) and services (defense services) identified in the U.S. ammunition inventory (22 C. F. R. §121.1) and which prohibit the export or retransmission of defense products, technical data or defense services to countries (and citizens of such countries) to which the US or unilateral arms embargo as specified in 22 C. F. R. §126.1.
• Laws and regulations on sanctions introduced and applied by the Ministry US Treasury, the Office of Foreign Assets Control (“OFAC”), which prohibit the export, re-export / retransmission of American goods to certain countries subject to UN and / or US sanctions or embargoes (for example, Iran, Sudan, Syria, Cuba, North Korea, the Crimean region of Ukraine), as well as operations with the participation of individuals and legal entities that have been identified in the lists prohibited parties supported by the US government.