The Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) is an international organization for regional economic integration. It has an international legal personality and is defined by the EAEU Treaty.
The Union was created to fully enhance the competitiveness and cooperation of the economies of the Member States and to promote stable development.
The EAEU provides for the free movement of goods, services, capital and labor and pursues a coordinated, harmonized and uniform policy in the sectors defined by the Treaty and the international agreements in the Union.
There are currently five member states of the Eurasian Economic Union:
The Republic of Armenia, the Republic of Belarus, the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Kyrgyz Republic and the Russian Federation.
The Eurasian Economic Commission is the permanent regulator of the EAEU and began its work on 2 February 2012.
Since 2009, the members of the predecessor organization – Customs Union Russia-Belarus-Kazakhstan – have begun to operate the agreed policy in the field of technical regulation, sanitary and phytosanitary measures by compiling and approving Technical Rules (TRs) with mandatory requirements for goods.
For the sale of a machine or a product in the Customs Union area, a certificate or a declaration of compliance with the requirements of the valid Technical Regulations (TRs) must be provided.
The scope of application of several Technical Regulations (TRs) may extend to one and the same type of goods.
Goods meeting the requirements of the Customs Union Technical Regulations are marked with the EAC (EurAsian Conformity) mark.
We focus, among other things, on the following Regulations for mechanical engineering and electrotechnical products:
According to the EAEU legislation, goods, which are within the scope of the mandatory requirements of the technical regulations, are admitted to trading in all States of the Union, if they have been issued with the certificate of conformity in the territory of one of the Member States of the Customs Union. The following conditions must be met:
the goods must be certified by a certification authority registered in the Customs Union’s unitary register;
the required tests must be carried out by test laboratories (test centers) registered in the Customs Union unitary register;
certificates and declarations of conformity must be issued in accordance with the standardized format approved in the Customs Union.
EasyGOST EAC Service experts will quickly determine if certification or declaration of your equipment according to EAC TR CU is required.
If the products you supply require certification, we will choose one of several available certification schemes, taking into account the specifics of your products.
We cooperate with professionals from leading laboratories and certification centers. If required, they will perform the necessary tests to verify the conformity of your products to the requirements of the EAC TR CU.
A positive decision on the conformity of the products with the requirements of EAC TR CU means for you to ensure the safety of certified products and to avoid any problems with inspection authorities.
As a confirmation of the safety of your products and compliance with the requirements of the EAC TR CU you will receive a certificate that will allow your you to enter the market and to begin the deliveries.
We feel responsible for our work. This gives our customers confidence and prevents future problems – especially during scheduled inspections.