Bay Area Circuits, Inc Completes ITAR Certification in Order to Provide United States Government Additional Manufacturing Source

Redwood City, CA (PressExposure) August 24, 2011 -- According to a market analysis prepared for the U.S. Air Force by IPC — Association Connecting Electronics Industries® shows an estimated one-third of all PCBs for U.S. defense or military systems are produced outside North America.

Based on data from IPC's market research, as well as data from N.T. Information and other electronics industry consultants, IPC's analysis concluded that the value of the U.S. military market for PCBs is between $1.05 billion and $1.23 billion. Depending on the market size estimate used, between 27 and 39% of all PCBs in products sold to the U.S. military are manufactured outside North America.

That means that much of US technology is being built in Non-ITAR approved manufacturing facilities.

“We wanted to do our small part in trying to keep this very important and security sensitive technology work here in the in United States.

Completing the difficult process to secure the ITAR certification was not optional.” Says Stephen Garcia VP of Operations.

International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) is a set of United States government regulations that control the export and import of defense-related articles and services on the United States Munitions List (USML).

To learn more and download a copy of the certification visit [].

About Bay Area Circuits Inc

Bay Area Circuits, Inc. has been serving the PCB Manufacturing needs of CEM’s, OEM’s and design engineering firms in the Silicon Valley since 1975 and has the advanced capabilities to handle any manufacturing requirements. The principles laid by the founder, the late Lawrence Nobriga still drive the company’s values today. Values like quality, on time delivery and customer service, are what set them apart from the competition.

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Peter Brissette, (303) 842-8698,

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Press Release Submitted On: August 23, 2011 at 4:40 pm
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