News 

 

 

07.2017

Russia has extended its sanctions against the EC. This concerns mainly agricultural
products like fruits, vegetables, meat- and milk-products. These sanctions are expected
to be valid until end of 2018. Herewith Russia reacts to the EC sanctions and Russia

wants to improve its own production.

On the other hand, the Russian agriculture is more than ever dependant on the import
of foreign machines and technique. Our experts are specialized in the certification of

almost all kinds of machines and are willing to help with any inquiries.



05.2017

 

Angela Merkel's first trip to Russia after several years and her meeting with Vladimir Putin is
seen positively by the European Economy.
Despite of the still existing sanctions the German-

Russian trade is slowly picking-up again. The oil-price and Rubel are increasing which leads

to more imports. 

If you are planning to export to Russia or the Customs Union (Russia, Kazachstan, Belarus,

Armenia, Kyrgyzstan) we will be pleased to advise you regarding the different types of

voluntary or mandatory certifications.

 

 

03.2017

 

For this year German companies are expecting significantly more exports and better

business with Russia as in previous years despite of the still existing sanctions.

The reason is a recovery of the Russian economy and the increased oil-price. 

For that reason there are more inquiries for certifications and registrations of products

so that these can be delivered and used in Russia and the Customs Union.
If you have any questions regarding certifications etc. we will be pleased to be of

any assistance. Please contact us.

 


02.2017

If a specific product will require a TR-CU- resp. EAC-Certificate for the Customs Union /

Eurasian Economic Union, it will be determined based on the Technical Regulations
of the Customs Union.

 

These Technical Regulations will be mentioned on the TR-CU/EAC-Certificates.
This means
that the certified products correspond with the requirements of the

respective Technical Regulation of the Customs Union.


In the area of mechanical engineering e.g. the following Technical Regulations are used: 

TR CU 004/2011 "On safety of low-voltage equipment"
TR CU 010/2011 "On safety of machinery and equipment"

TR CU 012/2011 "On safety of the equipment for work in explosive environments"

TR CU 020/2011 "Electromagnetic compatibilty of technical means" (EMC)
TR CU 032/2013 "On safety of equipment, which works under pressure" 

 

Our experts also are accredited for almost all other Technical Regulations.

 

Until now there are totally 35 Technical Regulations