“Mail of Russia” and the Federal customs service (FCS) simplifies the design of the sending of Russian goods abroad in international mail (IGOS). New technology they presented at the exhibition “Customs service – 2016″, reports RIA “Novosti”.
Experiment on simplification of customs clearance of export goods by mail and the Federal customs service carried out on behalf of the government from 1 September of this year on the territory of Moscow and Moscow region. From 15 December the new order will spread all over the country.
When using new technologies, senders can use as the customs Declaration mail Declaration CN23 universal postal Union, which carried out all customs procedures.
Such a decision suggests that the entire dialogue of the sender when the processing of exported goods starts and ends at the post office and takes a few minutes.
All the work on export clearance is carried out by “Mail of Russia” and the Federal customs service on the basis of the Declaration CN23 without the presence of the sender in the customs authorities.
Declaration CN23 is filled in by the sender in the personal Cabinet on the website pochta.ru where it is assigned a unique code. Then you need to come to the post office with a package and a printed Declaration, with which the operator upon receipt of the parcel coscinium barcode. Further procedures will not require the personal presence of the sender.
This will, as stated by the General Director of “Mail of Russia” Dmitry Strashnov, a real step in the direction of support of Russian exporters and the easing of administrative barriers.
“Today, the Internet trade worldwide is experiencing explosive growth, and it is important not to miss the moment to help our small and medium businesses, Internet shops become more competitive, to borrow on international markets niches. We have created a handy tool that from December will be available for exporters across the country”, – said the head of state-owned enterprises.
Now, with the Declaration of exported goods that are sent in the MPO, the legal entity must use the Declaration of goods.
The assistant to the Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Andrei Slepnev said earlier that the government of the Russian Federation until the end of 2016 plans to extend the experiment to companies that require VAT refunds.