Export Compliance


Harrington is committed to full compliance with export control regulations.


This document applies to all U.S. Harrington branches.


U.S. Export Administration Regulations (EAR), 15 C.F.R. Parts 730-774
Foreign Trade Regulations (FTD), (AES), 15 CFR Part 30.10(b)


Export control laws, implemented by the United States as well as many other countries, are designed to protect national security interests, prevent terrorism and stem the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction. In general, these laws determine what can be exported, to whom it can be exported, for what use it can be exported and whether prior approval from the host-country government (in the form of an export license) is required before the export or re-export takes place.

Harrington Industrial Plastics is committed to compliance with applicable export control laws. These laws affect aspects of Harrington’s business operations including product sales, shipping and customer interactions abroad.

Harrington has implemented procedures to support compliance with export control laws.

It is the responsibility of all Harrington managers and employees to prevent any export, re-export, sale, transfer of technology, or other activity that may violate these laws.


Failure to comply with these regulations may subject Harrington and individual employees to substantial penalties, fines, denial of exporting privileges and criminal prosecution.


Janet Girard, Export Compliance Administrator, (909) 597-8641 x1204, jgirard@hipco.com
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