»Export Control

Recognizing that the illegal diversion of high technology commodities and technical data to military, terrorist, or nuclear/missile/chemical weapons proliferation activities poses a serious risk to the national security of Canada, as well as other nations in which UHP Networks (the Company) does business, and since export control regulations apply to virtually every aspect of our business, the Company has and will maintain a strict export control policy.

Destination Control Statement

Each sales order acknowledgement and commercial invoice contains the following statement:

These items are controlled by the Canadian Government and authorized for export only to the country of ultimate destination for use by the ultimate consignee or end-user(s) herein identified. They may not be resold, transferred, or otherwise disposed of, to any other country or to any person other than the authorized ultimate consignee or end-user(s), either in their original form or after being incorporated into other items, without first obtaining approval from the Canadian Government or as otherwise authorized by Canadian and other applicable laws and regulations.

Customer Purchase Order Requirements

All customer purchase orders must include the following:

  • Bill to Name and Address
  • Ship to Name and Address
  • Country of Ultimate Destination
  • End User Name and Address

End User Statements

It is Company’s policy to identify the end-use, end-users and end-use destination for all Customer Purchase Orders and Returned Material Authorizations (RMAs). It is the Company’s general practice to use the Purchaser Questionnaire Form to obtain end-use and end-user information. Orders may be placed on shipment hold if one is not received.

Should an export license be required you will be contacted by our sales personnel to obtain additional information required for each licensing agency(s). Export license lead time is 6-8 weeks.

Purchaser Questionnaire

Restricted Party Screening

Purchase Orders are subject to Restricted Party Screening (RPS) of Customers, Contacts, Freight Forwarders, Third Party Vendors, etc. Customers shall not solicit, or assist in the diversion of Company products/services destined for, or originating in countries restricted by the export control laws of Canada.

Corruption of Foreign Public Officials Act (CFPOA)

The Canadian Corruption of Foreign Public Officials Act, S.C. 1998 prohibits Canadian companies and their representatives from giving, paying, promising, offering, or authorizing the payment, directly or indirectly through a third party, of anything of value to any Non-Canadian “foreign official” to persuade that official to help the company obtain or keep business or to secure some other improper advantage. In connection with the performance of any Purchase Order or agreement with the Company purchaser and/or supplier certifies and represents that neither it, nor anyone acting on its behalf, has violated or will violate any international anti-bribery principles as embodied in the CFPOA and as applicable national anti-bribery laws within which the Company business will be conducted.