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Parker-Hannifin hardware, technology and services are subject to US and non-US export and/or reexport control. Parker Hannifin Corporation is fully committed to complying with all applicable export regulations, including but not limited to the US Export Administration Regulations (EAR) and the US Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) trade and economic sanctions. Additionally, we expect our customers, agents, affiliates and end-users to also comply with US export and reexport restrictions, as well as any additional national export rules, to the extent they apply.  This includes taking steps necessary to prevent unauthorized exports and reexports to prohibited parties, embargoed destinations or transactions where there are proliferation concerns.

Rather than requesting specific export information with each standard transaction, we believe it is more efficient to notify business partners here regarding certain export control restrictions. If your company does not follow the export control restrictions below, please notify us immediately. It is important to note that export laws and sanction change frequently. Each party in control of Parker product is solely responsible for ensuring its actions are conducted in accordance with the latest regulatory requirements.

Generally, U.S. export regulations require all U.S. exporters and non-U.S. companies that re-export U.S. items to obtain prior authorization (many other nations have similar export requirements) for controlled goods or restricted activities. The following list of activities are considered controlled or restricted when Parker- Hannifin equipment, parts, materials, software, or technology are involved:

• Sold or transferred to, any individual or entity named on any international restricted (denied) party lists;
• Sold or re-transferred to an embargoed destination, currently including: Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Sudan and Syria;
• Sold or re-transferred for use in a sanctioned activity, or in a sanctioned region such as Crimea, Sevastopol, Venezuela and Russia;
• Used by, or distributed to, any person or company engaged in prohibited activities including;
       • Sensitive or unsafeguarded nuclear activities
       • Chemical/biological weapons
• Military applications including;
       • Military activities or end-users in China, Venezuela and Russia
       • Items subject to the U.S. Munitions List
       • Military, space, missile, rocket or satellite related uses or applications
• Categorized as Dual-Use Items or items controlled by the U.S. Commerce Control List;
• Purchased under any condition contrary to International Anti-Boycott regulations;
• Any suspicious factor (“Red Flag”).

In any of the above cases, you must confirm with the appropriate export control authorities or regulators to determine legal export requirements, including prohibitions or authorizations (license). 

U.S. exporters and non-U.S. re-exporters are responsible for their own export compliance management program and screening their customers in accordance with the U.S. Bureau of Industry and Security “Know Your Customer” guidelines.  For additional information regarding how U.S. export and reexport control regulations apply to parties inside and outside of the United States, please visit: 

Military, Space, and Satellite Rules: http://pmddtc.state.gov/
Military, Commercial and Dual Use Rules:  www.bis.doc.gov
Guidance on Re-exports:  http://www.bis.doc.gov/index.php/licensing/reexports-and-offshore-transactions
Sanctions and Embargoes: https://www.treasury.gov/resource-center/sanctions/Pages/default.aspx
EU Exports: http://ec.europa.eu/trade/import-and-export-rules/export-from-eu/