Montreal, September 8, 2017 - Systematix is proud to announce that it now has the Controlled Goods Program Certification. In Canada, enterprises wishing to examine, possess or transfer controlled merchandise must register to this program. Those enterprises’ main suppliers must also meet this program’s requirements.
“This accreditation allows us to reinforce our position with major enterprises and Canadian government agencies,” reveals General Manager at Systematix, Guy Verville. “Coupled with our ISO and security certification, this accreditation helps demonstrate, to our clients, the high level of quality of the services we offer as well as the exceptional level of rigorousness of our process follow-up,” he added.
Controlled goods is mainly merchandise subject to domestic control measures of the Government of Canada and defined by the Defence Production Act. These controlled goods are considered as having a strategic importance or a potential repercussions on national security, such as components and technology, American defence equipment or merchandise made with American technical data.
Less than 0.5% of Canadian enterprises have this program’s certification. Systematix is therefore part of a select group of suppliers fit to serve the Canadian government and his suppliers, in sensible and strategic domains.