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									                                           United States-Israel Free Trade Area
                                 Supplier Certificate of Origin and Eligibility
1. EXPORTER NAME AND ADDRESS                                                    2. BLANKET TIME PERIOD

                                                                                From:
                                                                                To:

3. PRODUCER NAME AND ADDRESS                                                    4. IMPORTER




                                    5.                                                            6.           7.
                                                                                                             ORIGIN
                       DESCRIPTION OF GOODS                                                PART NUMBER      CRITERION




8. Certification

I certify that:

The information on this document is true and correct, that all the goods are produced in Israel, and that
they comply with the requirements specified for those goods in the U.S. Israel Free Trade Area;

I agree to maintain, and present upon request, documentation necessary to support this certificate, and
inform, in writing, all persons to whom the certificate was given of any changes that could affect the
accuracy or validity of this certificate and;

This certification consists of _________ pages, including all attachments and
instructions.

Authorized Signature                                                               Company Name


Name (print or type)                                                               Title


Date                                                                               Certificate Number
                                    United States-Israel Free Trade Area
                           Supplier Certificate of Origin and Eligibility

                                                  Instructions
1. EXPORTER NAME AND ADDRESS: Enter the name and address of Israeli exporter.

2. BLANKET TIME PERIOD: Enter the time period that this certification will be valid with a maximum period of one
calendar year.

3. PRODUCER NAME AND ADDRESS: Enter the actual Israeli manufacturer of the listed items.

4. IMPORTER NAME AND ADDRESS: Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Co.

5. DESCIPTION OF GOODS: Enter a complete description of the goods as they will be indicated on the shipping
documents

6. PART NUMBER: Enter complete part numbers as they will be indicated on the shipping documents.

7. ORIGIN CRITERION: If the products are wholly grown, produced or manufactured in Israel enter P. Enter Y and
the percentage of value added in Israel if the product is not wholly grown, produced or manufactured in the Israel,
e.g., Y=55%.

In order to qualify for US-IFTA treatment, products must meet the criteria listed below.
    a. The goods must be wholly the growth, product, or manufactured of Israel. For articles not wholly the
         growth, product or manufacture of Israel, the product must be substantially transformed into a new article
         having a new name, characteristic, or use. No product will be eligible of US-IFTA having merely undergone
         simple combing or packaging or mere dilution with water or other substances that does not materially alter
         the characteristics of the product.
    b. The goods must be imported directly from Israel into the customs territory of the U.S. This means direct
         shipment from Israel to the U.S. and if the shipment passes through the territory of a third country it must
         not enter into commerce of that country.
    c. The value of the materials produced in Israel plus the direct cost of processing in Israel must not be less
         than 35% of the total value of the product. For the purpose of determining the 35%, up to 15 % may be
         from the U.S. When determining the cost or value of materials produced in Israel, the following should be
         included.
              (1) Manufacturer’s cost of materials
              (2) Freight, insurance, packing and all other transportation cost involved in moving materials to the
                   plant.
              (3) Cost of waste or spoilage
              (4) Taxes and duties
         Direct costs of processing include costs directly incurred or costs that can reasonably allocated to the
         growth, production, manufacture, or assembly of the product such cost include but are not limited to: -
              (1) Labor costs including fringe benefits, on the job training, cost of engineering, supervisory, quality
                   control, and similar personnel;
              (2) Dies, molds, tooling, and depreciation on machinery and equipment used in producing the article.
              (3) Research, development, design engineering, and blueprint costs incurred in producing the article;
              (4) Inspecting and testing the article.
         The costs which may not be included as direct cost of processing include but are not limited to:
               (1) Profit
               (2) General expenses of doing business such as administrative salaries, casualty and liability
                   insurance, advertising, and salesperson’s salaries, commissions, or expenses.

8. CERTIFICATION: Must include signature, printed name, title, company name, date of signature for the individual
certifying the listed products qualify for US-IFTA and a unique certificate number. The suggested certificate number
format would be the first 5 letters of the supplier name follow by the date. (i.e. ELBIT110405)
                                     United States-Israel Free Trade Area
                                   LM Aero Certification of Eligibility

I, (1)_________________________ as an employee of Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company with full
knowledge of IFTA eligibility requirements as found in General Note 8, Page 26 of the HTSUS and
further listed below have visited and view the referenced manufacturing facility on (2) ______________,
and certify to the best of my knowledge and belief that the products listed on the Supplier IFTA
Certificate number (3)______________meet the eligibility requirements of IFTA.


SIGNATURE: (4)__________________________________________
TITLE: (5)____________________________________________
DATE: (6) _________________________________


                                                     Instructions
This certification is to be complete by an LM Aero Employee on an annual basis to insure the continued
compliance with IFTA requirements

   1.   Type name of LM Aero employee certifying IFTA eligibility
   2.   Date of Visit and inspection of foreign manufacturing facility
   3.   Supplier IFTA Certification number (i.e. elbit110505)
   4.   Signature
   5.   Title
   6.   Date of certification

In order to qualify for US-IFTA treatment, products must meet the criteria listed below.

   a.  The goods must be wholly the growth, product, or manufactured of Israel. For articles not wholly the growth, product or
       manufacture of Israel, the product must be substantially transformed into a new article having a new name,
       characteristic, or use. No product will be eligible of US-IFTA having merely undergone simple combining or packaging
       or mere dilution with water or other substances that does not materially alter the characteristics of the product.
   b. The goods must be imported directly from Israel into the customs territory of the U.S. This means direct shipment from
       Israel to the U.S. and if the shipment passes through the territory of a third country it must not enter into commerce of
       that country.
   c. The value of the materials produced in Israel plus the direct cost of processing in Israel must not be less than 35% of
       the total value of the product. For the purpose of determining the 35%, up to 15 % may be from the U.S. When
       determining the cost or value of materials produced in Israel, the following should be included.
            (1) Manufacturer’s cost of materials
            (2) Freight, insurance, packing and all other transportation cost involved in moving materials to the plant.
            (3) Cost of waste or spoilage
            (4) Taxes and duties
       Direct costs of processing include costs directly incurred or costs that can reasonably allocated to the growth,
       production, manufacture, or assembly of the product such cost include but are not limited to: -
            (1) Labor costs including fringe benefits, on the job training, cost of engineering, supervisory, quality control, and
                  similar personnel;
            (2) Dies, molds, tooling, and depreciation on machinery and equipment used in producing the article.
            (3) Research, development, design engineering, and blueprint costs incurred in producing the article;
            (4) Inspecting and testing the article.
      The costs which may not be included as direct cost of processing include but are not limited to:
             (1) Profit
             (2) General expenses of doing business such as administrative salaries, casualty and liability insurance,
                   advertising, and salesperson’s salaries, commissions, or expenses.

								
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