– We are delighted to have Elmatica as the first broker of printed circuits on board as member. They have shown an substantial knowledge around the defense industry and its regulations as a supplier to the defence industry for over three decades, says Mari Ulstein, Director of Communications at FSi.
Elmatica will use their knowledge to spread awareness around the consequences if rules and regulations on a PCB-level are neglected. Enlightening their partners to take the optimal choice regarding technology, securing that all products are by compliance regulations within both import and export.
– Being compliant with ITAR, DFARS, OGEL, BAFA, and MIL specification and an approved weapon exporter from the Norwegian Government, we develop and possess a high level ofknowledge and experience around rules and regulations in the defence sector. We are honored to be approved as member of FSi, and look forward to continue our focus on compliance and regulations on PCB level, says CEO of Elmatica, Didrik Bech.
Challenges in the industry
– We know that procurement in the defence industry can lead to challenges related to compliance, and it is our responsibility as the world’s most experienced broker of printed circuits, to provide our customers with the appropriate knowledge around rules and regulations in all industries, says Bech.
FSi, advocating the interests of the Norwegian Defence and Security Industries, is the primary interlocutor for the Norwegian government in matters of importance to the industry. Their mission is to foster framework conditions for member companies to succeed in the domestic and global defence and security markets, thereby contributing to Norway’s national defence and security goals. (http://www.fsi.no/eng/)