Declaration of conformity for import of goods in the Customs Union

Declaration of conformity is a document which importer uses to declare that the production satisfies the requirements for goods which are being imported on the territory of Customs Union.
Execution of the declaration of conformity or conformance certificate is essential to import most of goods on the territory of Customs Union.
The list of goods which require the declaration of conformity is stated in the Technical rules of the Customs Union.
Each declaration of conformity must be certified with a seal of importer-declarant.

Importer-declarant, not a certification authority which issued the declaration, is responsible for fairness of information stated in the declaration of conformity. This is the main difference between conformance certificate and declaration of conformity.

Information disclosed in the declaration of conformity:

  • Number given to the declaration by a certification authority. This number contains the information about the code of accredited certification authority and a serial number of the declaration of conformity.
  • The name of declarant.
  • The name of product.
  • The name and address of the foreign producer.
  • NS codes of production which is imported with this declaration. Notice that one declaration may include several NS codes only if they belong to one group of goods.
  • The normative document (Technical rule of the Customs Union) which requirements the importing production meets.
  • Number of the test protocol, name and address of the laboratory which have performed a test.
  • Term of declaration’s validity.

Declaration of conformity issued according to the new Technical Rules is legal on the whole territory of the Customs Union.


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