Argon Electronics joins NDA Supply Chain Charter

Argon Electronics announced on Tuesday that it has joined the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority Supply Chain Charter.

The charter was developed to support the NDA by building working and mutually beneficial relationships between the participating companies. It seeks to ensure more efficient planning and performance in all levels of the supply chain.

"Argon Electronics is proud to be accepted as a signatory of what is an important and groundbreaking charter," Argon Electronics Managing Director Steven Pike said. "Meeting the approval of the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority represents a real vote of confidence. It also underlines that Argon is a globally respected company which the NDA can count on to deliver the very best in equipment and services."

Argon Electronics was created in 1987, and is located in the United Kingdom. The company develops and manufactures hazardous material detector simulators for use in military chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear defense.

The NDA is a public organization in the United Kingdom that was created by the 2004 Energy Act. The group is responsible for delivering decommission and cleanup plans for eight existing nuclear power plants in a cost-effective and safe way, as well as encouraging programs that reduce risk by introducing innovation and expertise. The group also advises the Department of Energy and Climate Change on the quality of decommissioning plans and the associated costs for new nuclear power stations.