What the Certificate of Customs Union is?
The TP CU Conformity certificate a compulsory certificate to import and use products on the territory of the Customs Union countries. It confirms the conformity of products valid to the regulations and state standards (GOST)
The TP CU Conformity certificate is declared in a special form, which is similiar to all mambers of the Customs Union.
The TP CU Conformity Certificate – document, which certifying authority confirms a conformity of products to TP CU requirements.
What do you need to know while acquiring TP CU Conformity certificate?
– Certificate can be aquired for a serial production or each batch seperatly;
– TP CU Conformity certificate maximum validity is 5 years;
– Conformity certificates are registered in Jednotném registru certifikátů shody TP CU (státní registr);
– There is a compulsory inspection or testing of products in specially accredited laboratories for certain groups of products.
– Request for registration of the certificate can only put an authorized representative of producer or a product buyer;
– Each mamber of the CU market is obliged to be involved in the process of certification if the Jednotný seznam zboží requiring certification includes its product. Jednotný seznam zboží requiring certification are listed in attachments to the TP CU.
Informative documentation necessary to acquire the certificate:
– Buyer’s requirements for certification (a part of contract or technical specifications of the certification);
– Customs codes of the supplied equipment;
– Technical description of the equipment;
– Instructions for Use;
– Manufacturing tests protocols for each serial number.
TP CU Conformity certificate preparation is a difficult procces requiring applicant of legislation knowledge, nuance in sphere of certification and a lot of time.
Our company handles all bureaucratic formalities while acquiring a document allowing to trade in all of the CU countries.
Technical regulations of the Customs Union
TP CU 016/2011 “Safety of equipment using gas fuel”.
TP CU 030/2012 “Lubricants, oil and special liquids requirements”.