Want to create your presence in Eurasian Economic Union Countries (EAEU)?
Want to sale your Equipment and Products in the world’s largest country spanning more than one-eighth of the Earth’s land area, stretching eleven time zones, and bordering 16 sovereign nations?
Executed more than 100 projects over the span of 3 years for the Export certification of Russia, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Kyrgyzstan, Armenia, Uzbekistan, Ukraine, Turkmenistan, Azerbaijan, Vietnam, Moldova, Tajikistan, Georgia and many more
As per Eurasian Economic Union Countries Federation Law, import and export covering more than 70% of all products require mandatory certification.
The purpose of certification and registration is to meet the requirements of safety and health insurance for Human, Land, Animals, Plants, and different kind of products.
With our presence in Russia, the manufacturers can avoid the biggest blocking point to get EAC, having their based out of EAEU countries. Only legal entity/organization registered in the territory of the Customs Union can able to get the certificate. It is mandatory for any manufacturer to have representatives based at any of the EAEU countries who will be authorized for providing all support for getting a certificate along with product quality and warranty.
Our services inclusive of the following:
Applicant Service by Customs Union Registered Entity
Our Applicant Services help Manufacturers who do not have their presence in EAEU, by assisting them during the certification process.
TRCU – CoC and DoC
GOST R EX-proof/ATEX Certificate
GOST Strength Calculation
JoS – Justification of Safety
RTN – (Rostekhnadzor) (periviously known as Gosgortekhnadzor (GGTN)
Medical Devise registration
PoA -Pattern Of Approval
Technical Documents Preparation – (IOM, Technical Passport, Specification, Test Plan etc..)
Translation of Technical Documents
Confused between GOST, TRCU and EAC!!!!! Well here the explanation.
The first GOST standard (which means state standard or governmental standard), was established in 1925. Until 1965, hundreds of compulsory GOST standards had been introduced.
Law of technical regulation (TR) was passed in year 2002 to standardise process of production and service.
In 2010, three nation Russia, Kazakhstan and Belarus come to gather for to implementing common law of trade and they known as Custom Union.
In 2011 Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Armenia, and Kyrgyzstan has accepted exchange of product and service between them and this common standard known as
Technical Regulations of the Customs Union (TR CU) ,
EAC (EurAsian Conformity) Mark was introduced in 2013 to harmonize and replace national requirements in the region. The EAC marks shows that the product or equipment meeting all requirement mentioned in TRCU.
Because the EAC Mark covers all member states, it saves manufacturers time and money when planning to access the EAEU market.
Some of the Items still not included in updated list of TRCU, which still require GOST certification.
There are almost 70-80% product which require certification for export in EAEU:
Construction materials, pressure vessels, equipment for use in explosive atmospheres, lifts, agricultural machinery, textiles, Machinery and equipment, low and high voltage equipment, leather goods, shoes, toys, dishes , toiletries, cosmetics and perfumes, dental hygiene products, packaging, sanitary, furniture, chemicals, detergents, cleaning products, paints, lacquers, solvents, lubricants, metering devices for water, gas, energy, food, alcohol, cereals, etc..
Validity of certificates
- Technical Passports – validity period is not applicable for passports
- Justification of Safety – valid until design change
- GOST TRCU Certificate
One-shipment: Validity depends on the Contract between Manufacturer and end user such as for single production.
Mass or Serial production (1~5 years):
For 1 year – exclusion of expert inspection at manufacturer place. Need to update every year if require
For 3 years – Annual inspection by expert every year up to 3 years
For 5 years – Annual inspection by expert every year up to 5 years
List of TRCU Regulations
|Number||Name of the Technical Regulation||Imposition date|
|TR CU 001/2011||On safety of rail vehicles||02.08.2014|
|TR CU 002/2011||On safety of high-speed trains||02.08.2014|
|TR CU 003/2011||On safety of railway infrastructure||02.08.2014|
|TR CU 004/2011||On safety of low-voltage equipment||15.02.2013|
|TR CU 005/2011||On safety of packaging||01.07.2012|
|TR CU 006/2011||On safety of fireworks||15.02.2012|
|TR CU 007/2011||On safety of the products for kids and teenagers||01.07.2012|
|TR CU 008/2011||On safety of toys||01.07.2012|
|TR CU 009/2011||On safety of perfume and cosmetic products||01.07.2012|
|TR CU 010/20113||On safety of machinery and equipment||15.02.2013|
|TR CU 011/2011||Elevator safety||15.02.2013|
|TR CU 012/2011||On safety of the equipment for operation in explosive atmospheres||15.02.2013|
|TR CU 013/2011||On requirements for the motor fuel||31.12.2012|
|TR CU 014/2011||On safety of motorways||15.02.2015|
|TR CU 015/2011||On safety of grain||01.07.2013|
|TR CU 016/2011||On safety of devices operating on the gaseous fuel||15.02.2013|
|TR CU 018/2011||On safety of wheeled vehicles||01.01.2015|
|TR CU 019/2011||On safety of personal protective equipment||01.06.2012|
|TR CU 017/2011||On safety of light industry products||01.07.2012|
|TR CU 020/2011||On electromagnetic compatibility of technical devices||15.02.2013|
|TR CU 021/2011||On safety of food||01.07.2013|
|TR CU 022/2011||On food marking||01.07.2013|
|TR CU 023/2011||On juice and products containing vegetables and fruits||01.07.2013|
|TR CU 024/2011||On oil and fat products||01.07.2013|
|TR CU 025/2012||On safety of furniture||01.07.2014|
|TR CU 026/2012||On safety of small ships||01.02.2014|
|TR CU 027/2012||On safety of particular types of special foodstuff including dietic clinical and dietic protective nutrition||01.07.2013|
|TR CU 028/2012||On safety of explosives and products on their basis||01.07.2014|
|TR CU 029/2012||On safety of food additives, flavour enhancer and processing accessories||01.07.2013|
|TR CU 030/2012||On safety of lubricants, oils and special fluids||01.03.2014|
|TR CU 031/2012||On safety of agricultural or forestry operation vehicles and trailer||15.02.2015|
|TR CU 032/2013||On safety of pressure equipment||01.02.2014|
|TR CU 033/2013||On safety of milk and milk products||01.05.2014|
|TR CU 034/2013||On the safety of meat and meat products||01.05.2014|
|TR CU 035/2014||On tobacco products||15.05.2016|
|TR EAEU 036/2016||On requirements of the gaseous fuel||01.01.2018|
|TR EAEU 037/2016||On the restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment||01.03.2018|
|TR EAEU 038/2016||On safety of attractions||18.04.2018|
|TR EAEU 039/2016||On requirements for mineral fertiliser||unspecified|
|TR EAEU 040/2016||On safety of fish products||01.09.2017|
|TR EAEU 041/2017||On safety of chemicals||02.06.2021|
|TR EAEU 042/2017||On safety of children’s playground||17.11.2018|
|TR EAEU 043/2017||On requirements for fire safety and fire extinguishing systems||01.01.2020|
|TR EAEU 044/2017||On safety of packaged drinking water, including natural mineral water||01.01.2019|
|TR EAEU 045/2017||On the safety of oil prepared for transportation and (or) use||01.07.2019|
|TR EAEU 046/2018||On the Safety of Combustible Natural Gas Prepared for Transportation and (or) Use||14.09.2018|
|TR EAEU 047/2018||On the safety of alcoholic beverages||12.12.2018|
|TR EAEU 048/2019||On requirements for energy efficiency of energy-consuming devices||unspecified|