WR Group will carry out customs clearance of complex technological equipment using the classification decision. We can reduce the tax burden on your company
The decision on the classification of goods, in other words, the classification decision, allows you to import multi-component equipment into the customs territory of the EAEU under only one HS code. At the same time, a single rate of import customs duty and a single general permit document apply to all equipment. A classification decision can significantly reduce costs and time within the project.
Thу possibility of using classification decision is provided by Article 16 of Federal Law No. 289-FZ of August 3, 2018 “On Customs Regulation in the Russian Federation and on Amendments to Certain Legislative Acts of the Russian Federation” and Order No. 194 of the Federal Customs Service of Russia of February 6, 2019.
The classification decision applies to equipment consisting of many different components, the shipment of which is planned by numerous partial deliveries to the same recipient. An example is the supply of complete production lines
Customs clearance of complex equipment without a classification decision is a time-consuming and expensive process, as each individual item has to be declared under the appropriate HS code. A classification decision and a special declaration procedure will, in turn, ensure the uninterrupted operation of factories when assembling and installing equipment.
The Russian Federal Customs Service (FCS Russia) makes the decision on the classification of equipment that is in unassembled, disassembled, incomplete or unfinished form. The classification decision obtained confirms that all the delivered items form one equipment unit intended to perform a clearly defined single function. Thus, this equipment unit may be subject to customs clearance under a single HS code.
In addition, technological equipment imported into the territory of the EAEU with a classification decision may be cleared at a reduced or zero rate of customs duty if its analogues are not currently produced in the territory of the Russian Federation.