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NATIONAL POWER CORPORATION COMPLETES ITAR REGISTRATION
CHICAGO, June 30, 2020 - National Power Corporation, a leading custom battery pack producer, is pleased to announce it has completed registration with the U.S. Directorate of Defense Trade Controls (DDTC) for compliance in International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR). ITAR regulates the manufacture, export and transfer of denfense-related articles, information and services under the direct oversight of the U.S. Department of State. This registration documents National Power Corporation's dedication to the regulations controlling the export and import of articles and services related to defense and aerospace.
"ITAR registration is a critical milestone in our efforts to expand our customer base. With our significant technical and manufacturing expertise in the rechargeable battery industry, ITAR registration now posiitions us to fully support the defense and aerospace markets," said Ira Alport, President. "We've invested significant time and resources working toward the registration. We're truly looking forward to supporting future ITAR customers."
NATIONAL POWER CORPORATION ACHIEVES CERTIFICATION TO THE ISO 13485 STANDARD
CHICAGO , January 1, 2015 – National Power Corporation, a leading custom battery pack producer, is pleased to announce its ISO 13485 certification by UL DQS, Inc, a global leader in Quality management systems registrations. This standard governs the design and production of medical devices and sets forth requirements for a comprehensive quality management system. In addition, National Power Corporation has been fully certified to the ISO9001 Quality Standard since January 31, 2000.
"ISO 13485 certification is the direct result of our dedication to continued customer satisfaction”, said Company President, Ira Alport. “Our commitment to the 13485 system provides our medical device customers with further confidence in our already high quality and safety standards.”
ISO 13485 is a recognized international standard on which manufacturers can base their design and development of medical devices. The specifications for registration and certification are anchored in internationally recognized standards that ensure quality, regulatory compliance, risk management and safety in the manufacturing environment.