June 9, 2021 | By Ellen O'Shea

Peachtree Corners, GA, June 9, 2021 – The Civil Nuclear Trade Advisory Committee (CINTAC) has announced the appointment of Mike McMahon as a representative from NAC International and of manufacturing and service companies in the U.S. nuclear energy sector. Committee members will provide advice to the U.S. Commerce Secretary on the development and administration of programs and policies to expand U.S. nuclear exports.

The CINTAC includes representatives from leading nuclear energy companies and organizations. The group meets several times per year to discuss trade issues related to the civil nuclear energy industry and advise U.S. government officials.

“I am excited for the opportunity to represent the U.S. nuclear energy sector for CINTAC. There is much work to be done, and I am confident we can help the U.S. nuclear sector grow and expand both at home and internationally,” said Dr. Mike McMahon, NAC Vice President, Consulting and Strategic Projects.

About NAC International

NAC International (www.nacintl.com) is a diversified company specializing in developing and licensing technology and providing full scope services for used nuclear fuel and radioactive materials packaging, storage, transport and management. Since 1968, NAC has been a leader in providing solutions and services to the nuclear industry throughout the world, working with both government and commercial organizations. NAC has been contracted to supply more than 680 used fuel dry storage cask systems worldwide and has completed more than 3,750 used fuel shipments. NAC provides a broad range of fuel cycle-related consulting and information services to clients. NAC maintains its corporate headquarters in Peachtree Corners, GA. NAC is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Hitachi Zosen Corporation, a global leader in design and construction of environmental systems, industrial plants, industrial machinery, process equipment, infrastructure-related equipment, disaster prevention systems, and precision machinery.