The exporter will need the following documents:
- consignment note (CMR (road transport), AWB (air), BL (sea), CIM (rail));
- export declaration;
- packing list.
We will assist in the verification and preparation (consignment note and EXPORT DECLARATION) of documents for sending your goods to Russia.Click to go back to the top
The importer will need the following documents:
- goods specification (gross/net weight, value per item, manufacturer, customs codes, country of origin, etc.) should be provided by the Seller;
- duly signed contracts;
- invoice should be provided by the Seller;
- packing list should be provided by the Seller;
- the following certificates are usually required:
- certificate of origin should be obtained by the Seller;
- some goods need the certificate of state registration (GHOST, sanitary-epidemiological conclusion) certificate, to be obtained either by the Seller or by the Buyer;
- some kinds of goods need import permits. These are to be obtained by the Importer.
Import procedures in Russia are rather complicated, hard to be described in a few lines. A lot of administrative bars and incomprehensible requests from Russian customs authorities sometimes make import procedures tedious and expensive. That is why Transconsult advises everybody to ask professionals for assistance. Transconsult offers you or your clients a comprehensive service, tackling the entire route from the Consignor of the goods to the Consignee`s warehouse.Click to go back to the top
Transconsult delivers any cargo volumes, starting from one pallet consolidated in a groupage load.
We transport groupage loads to/ from any part of the world from/ to Belarus, Russia and Kazakhstan.
Debugged traffic schemes and convenient location of consolidation warehouses guarantee delivery of your cargo on agreed transit time and at reasonable prices. PART TRUCK LOAD
We have consolidation warehouses in Castelmaggiore (Bologna), Pruszkow (Poland), and Moscow (Russia).
Every day 1 - 3 trucks leave Pruskow for Russia. Such frequent shipping ensures clients prompt and efficient service.Click to go back to the top
First of all, you have to double-check the haulier. Does it exist or it is a phantom-company? Numerous episodes of cargo being stolen en route have recently been evidenced worldwide.
Second, you are to check on the CMR insurance policy of the haulier. The policy is supposed to cover the value of the goods at least within the limits of the CMR liability. Should you place your transport order with a forwarding company – make sure to check it has to be insured, either.
To avoid overpayment for the transportation of the HVG, it is preferable to employ a hauler certified by the Russian customs authorities.
It is strongly advisable to check if the haulier or forwarder are referred by well- known companies. And it`s only reasonable to entrust your goods for the delivery to professionals. HIGH-VALUE CARGOESClick to go back to the top
To calculate the average transit time, you can use the following formula: distance/ km divided by 450 = transit time/ days, eg. Utrecht to Moscow = 2500km/450 = 6 days transit time.
Employing our own fleet, we reduce the time for communication, and can regulate the speed of trucks movement, minimizing risks.Click to go back to the top
A T1 Document applies for goods that originate outside the European Union, but are physically present within the EU and have not yet been cleared or re-exported. It provides a guarantee to ensure payment of the customs duties and other charges.
Through our own AEO customs we issue of T1 / T2 transit documents as part of the joint transit procedure (WPT) at cross-border points Poland/ Belarus and Lithuania / Belarus. CUSTOMSClick to go back to the top
We recommend not to exceed 21 tons per one standard truck.
Yet, in case goods can be competently distributed within the loading space – maximum brutto weight can increase up to 23500 kg / standard truck.
To check if you can load more than 21 tons, please, CONTACT our logisticians.Click to go back to the top
To assist you with this question, we require additional information, such as the delivery terms and the responsible legal entity. We may answer this question if aware of the details of your definite case. Please do not hesitate to CONTACT USClick to go back to the top
EPI is Electronic Preliminary Informing of customs authorities of Belarus and Russia on imported goods and vehicles. CUSTOMSClick to go back to the top