Also Known As:
Aviation Services International (Benelux) B.V.
Delta Logistics B.V.
Delta Logistics L.V.
- P.O. Box 418, Heerhugowaard, Netherlands 1700AK
- P.O. Box 418, 1700 AK Heerhugowaard, The Netherlands
- Fleming Straat 36, Heerhugowaard, Netherlands 1704SL
- Flemingstraat 36, 1704 SL Heerhugowaard, The Netherlands
- Fleming Straat 36, 1704 SL, Heerhugowaard, the Netherlands
- P.O. Box 11, 1700AA Heerhugowaard, Netherlands (Delta Logistics B.V.)
- Fleming Straat 36, Heerhugowaard, Netherlands 1700 AK
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Designated as a Denied Person by the U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) effective March 2, 2010, and prohibited (with its successors, assigns, officers, representatives, agents, or employees when acting for or on its behalf) for a period of seven years from participating in any transaction or activity subject to the U.S. Export Administration Regulations (EAR); also assessed a civil penalty of $250,000 to settle charges of, between October 2005 and October 2007, conspiring to export U.S.-origin aircraft parts, electronic parts, and polymide film (amounting to $493,126 in profits) from the United States to Iran via the Netherlands, Cyprus, and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) on multiple occasions without the required authorization; in furtherance of the conspiracy, falsely represented the end-user, end-use, and ultimate destination of the items in violation of the EAR; payment of civil penalty to be waived, provided ASI commits no violations during a three year period.
Targeted by a criminal complaint alleging these activities, filed in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia in August 2007; also targeted were Robert Kraaipoel (president and director or principal officer of ASI), TPC, B.V. (reportedly owned by Robert Kraaipoel's son and ASI sales manager, Niels Kraaipoel), and Delta Logistics, B.V. (under which name ASI also does business and also reportedly owned by Niels Kraaipoel); pleaded guilty on September 24, 2009 to conspiring to export to an embargoed country in violation of the International Emergency Economic Powers Act (IEEPA), the Export Administration Regulations (EAR), and the Iranian Transactions Regulations; agreed to a $100,000 criminal fine and five years of corporate probation; from January 2006 to December 2006, allegedly reexported or trans-shipped more than 290 items, including parachutes, aircraft parts, aircraft paints, and industrial chemicals, from the United States to businesses and government entities in Iran, including Iran Aircraft Industries, Iran Helicopter Support and Renewal Co., Iran Aircraft Mfg., IND HESA, and Heavy Metals Industries, without the required U.S. government authorization; actual and attempted exports included video receiver, repeater, and transmitter units, microphones, Model 2024T-3 aluminum sheets and rods, and 2-Mil-Kaptonn polymide film; temporarily denied export privileges by BIS, along with T.P.C. B.V., Delta Logistics B.V., Robert Kraaipoel, Niels Kraaipoel, Mia Van Gemert, Mojir Trading, Reza Amidi, Lavantia Ltd., and Mita Zarek between October 2007 and April 2009.
An aircraft parts supplier registered in the Netherlands; established in 1986; ASIFLEX, a separate division, has been set up as a consultant for various aviation projects.