Philip Sidney collaborates with Thales to help businesses navigate export barriers

Philip Sidney is joining forces with Thales Netherlands’ Export Control team to better help international business navigate and understand the complex environment of export regulations.

Philip Sidney has provided comprehensive advice on compliance, licensing and enforcement on export control and sanctions matters to a wide range of clients from targeted sectors such as aerospace and defence; transport and logistics and manufacturing among others. In addition, we have helped design and implement Internal Compliance Programme (ICP) so businesses from the mentioned sectors will be fully compliant with the applicable trade regulations. We are also currently involve in the management of the logistics and supply chain of the F-35 programme under the umbrella of One Logistics group.

Thales’ specialized knowledge on the controls of export, import and transfer of military goods and technology will strengthen Philip Sidney’s position to adapt practical solutions that will ensure our client’s compliance in this respect. Thales is not only well-versed on the subject of the national Dutch and EU export control laws and regulation but also the US rules and regulations which includes the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) and the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR).

Therefore Philip Sidney’s collaboration with Thales Netherlands offer tremendous potential to support the demands of global trade compliance through its complementary capabilities to develop and implement practical and effective solutions to meet their urgent needs.

 

 

 

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