Customs Union Certificate of Compliance

EEU Customs Union is a form of trade and economic integration between Russia, Kyrgyzstan, Belarus, Kazakhstan and Armenia, which provides a single customs territory where customs duties and economical restrictions are not applied in mutual trade, with the exception of special protective, antidumping and countervailing measures. Therewith, the member countries of the Customs Union apply common customs tariffs and other regulatory measures in trade with third countries.

Customs Union Certificate of Compliance is a document which certifies that the products released into circulation in the territory of the CU countries meet all the regulatory requirements. The requirements necessary to verify this compliance are provided in the Technical Regulations. The Certificate is issued on the form approved by Decision of the Collegium of the Eurasian Economic Commission No 293 dated December 25, 2012.

Customs Union Certificate may be issued both for a serial production output during a certain period, and for a single consignment of goods.

When certifying products manufactured serially, the manufacturer should take measures to create conditions for sustainable production and to ensure compliance with the mandatory requirements. In this case, it is necessary whether to certify the quality management system of the manufacturer, or to analyze the production condition.

Only an organization (an individual entrepreneur or a legal entity) registered in the CU may act as an applicant for Customs Union Certificate of Compliance.

You may learn more about The certificate of conformity of the Customs Union and ask more questions in any convenient manner. You may call

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You may learn more about The certificate of conformity of the Customs Union and ask more questions in any convenient manner. You

8 (812) 424-56-52

or

How to obtain Customs Union Certificate?

1

The applicant may apply to an accredited product certification body.

2

The application for certification should be supported by a set of documents, defined by the certification scheme (when working on the Unified List of Products) and described in the CU Technical Regulations.

3

Experts analyze the information submitted and evaluate the data obtained from testing in an accredited laboratory.

4

The opinion on compliance/non-compliance of the product is made.

Declaration and Certificate have a Unified form, and the products obtain the Unified Mark of Product Circulation. The products that are not on the list of the Technical regulations are not subject to mandatory certification within the Customs Union.

Currently, almost all the developed and approved Technical Regulations of the Customs Union have come into force.

The products that have undergone the procedure of verification of compliance with the Technical Regulations of the Customs Union are marked with the UNIFIED MARK OF PRODUCT CIRCULATION in the market of the member countries of the Customs Union.

In the Customs Union, assessment of compliance should be carried out for the products that are included in the system of mandatory safety requirements of the Technical Regulations valid on the entire territory of the Customs Union, or for the products listed in the Unified List of Products subject to mandatory declaration or certification within the TC with execution of documents under the unified requirements.

Customs Union Certificate of Compliance is valid on the entire territory of the Customs Union. Products with this Certificate do not require any additional documents on assessment of compliance.

The Customs Union has been formed to create a single customs territory where customs duties and economical restrictions are not applied in mutual trade, with the exception of special protective, antidumping and countervailing measures.

One of the scopes of activity of the Customs Union is to supervise and control the safety of goods (products). The parties have signed the Agreement on Common Principles and Rules of Technical Regulation in the Republic of Belarus, the Republic of Kazakhstan and the Russian Federation, which provides direct effect of the Technical Regulations of the Customs Union in the customs territory of the Customs Union.

The following countries are the members of the Customs Union:

  • Kazakhstan - since July 1, 2010
  • Russia - since July 1, 2010
  • Belarus - since July 6, 2010
  • Armenia - since October 10, 2014. Entered into force on January 2, 2015
  • Kyrgyzstan - since May 8, 2015. Entered into force on August 12, 2015

Applicants:

  • Syria has announced its intention to join the Union on October 20, 2013
  • Tunisia has announced its intention to join the Union on January 14, 2015

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