Gost R Certification In Russia
The Customs Union of Belarus, Kazakhstan, and Russia came into existence on January 1, 2010 between the states of Belarus, Kazakhstan, and Russia. The Customs Union was launched as a first step towards forming a broader European Union-type economic alliance of former Soviet states. The member states are planning to continue with economic integration and were set to remove all customs borders between each other after July 2011. On 19 November 2011, the member states put together a joint commission on fostering closer economic ties, planning to create aEurasian Union by 2015. Since January 1, 2012, the three states are a single economic space called Common Economic Space to promote further economic integration. The Eurasian Economic Commission is the regulatory agency for the Customs Union and the Eurasian Economic Community.
The United States is opposed to the Customs Union, seeing it as an attempt to reestablish a Russian dominated USSR-type union amongst the Post-Soviet states.
New Technical Regulations and EAC Mark of Conformity for Machinery Exports to Russia Kazakhstan or BelarusNew Technical Regulations and new Mark of Conformity in the Russia, Kazakhstan and Belarus Customs Union for imports of Machinery and Industrial Equipment
In accordance with initiated 2 years ago unification of certification requirements for member countries of the Customs Union (Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan), new Customs Union Technical Regulations for machinery and equipment will be coming into force on February 15th, 2013:
- Safety of machinery and equipment
- Safety of equipment used in the explosive atmosphere
- Safety of devices working on gas fuel
- Safety of low voltage equipment
- EMC of technical devices
- Safety of lifts (from April 18th, 2013)
They will replace national requirements and conformity assessment procedures of each member state of the Customs Union. New conformity documents and new Mark of Conformity for Customs Union will be applicable.
There will be a transition period of approximately 2 years to allow for the adjustment to the new legislations.
Products certified according to new rules will have to be labelled with Customs Union Mark of Conformity, called EurAsian Conformity Mark – EAC, before they are placed on the market of the Customs Union member states.
Other new Technical Regulations are undergoing inter-state discussions and should be approved in the near future.
- Gost-R Certificate for Exports of Machinery to Russia
- GOST-R Certificate of Conformity for Exports to Russia
- Exporter and Importer Services
- Directory of Regulatory Updates to Conformity Assessment Programmes
Request more information to see how DCS can help your organization with New Technical Regulations and EAC Mark of Conformity for Machinery Exports to Russia Kazakhstan or Belarus.
- Item Code: CU-TR
- Port of Dispatch: Russia