|Russian||Евразийское соответствие (ЕАС)|
|Russ. translit.||Yevraziyskoye sootvetstviye|
|English||Eurasian Conformity (EAC)|
The Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU for short) consists of five Member States Russia, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Armenia, and Kyrgyzstan. The member states have established a single market as a Customs Union in northeastern Eurasia.
|Russian||Евразийский экономический союз (ЕАЭС)|
|Russ. translit.||Yevraziyskiy ekonomicheskiy soyuz|
|English||Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU, EEU)|
EEU may also sometimes be written as EAEU.
|Russian||Технический регламент Таможенного союза (ТР ТС)|
|Russ. translit.||Tekhnicheskiy reglament Tamozhennovo soyuza|
|English||Technical Regulations of the Customs Union (TR CU)|
The Eurasian Economic Union has published technical regulations to define the security requirements of various products. TR stands for technical regulations (reglements as used in Russian). Technical regulations are usually written with a number and year of publication. For example, TR CU 004/2011 stands for “Technical Regulation of Customs Union 004 from 2011”. The year of publication does not necessarily correspond to the start of validity. Depending on the industry, the technical regulations can come into force in 6 months, one year, two years.
GOST is the abbreviation of “Gossudarstwenny Standart”, translated “State Standard”. It is a standardization system that has been used since the Soviet Union. The current standardization organization is called the Federal Agency for Technical Regulation and Metrology since 2004 and is based in Moscow. Nowadays the technical regulations of the Customs Union (TR CU) replace the individual GOST standards but for some areas that have not yet been covered, the individual GOST standards of the countries are still valid.
|Russian||Государственный Стандарт (ГОСТ)|
|Russ. translit.||Gosudarstvennyy Standart (GOST)|
|English||State Standard or Government Standard|
Additions such as R and K are for countries.
GOST R = State Standard Russia
GOST K = State Standard Kazakhstan
EAC certificates are required for export to the Eurasian internal market (Customs Union). These certificates declare that the listed goods meet the security requirements in the technical regulations of the Eurasian Economic Union. The certificate can be created for a one-time delivery based on a contract or for 1-, 3- and 5-year serial production (multiple deliveries). With the certificates for serial production, unlimited export to the following member states of the Eurasian Economic Union (Customs Union) is possible:
EAC is the abbreviation for “Eurasian Conformity”. EAC certificate is more a colloquial use, the certificates have names like “TR CU 004/2011 Certificate of Conformity”. Some products require a certificate and some just have to be declared. We will inform you free of charge about the type of certificates and approvals you need. You can simply contact us here: Contact form
There are not any organizations that can issue an EAC certificate outside the Customs Union. Only accredited certification bodies such as laboratories and experts can issue the certificates. The applicant for certification must be a company which is registered office within the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU). We take on this task and manage the entire certification process for you with our Moscow office EMCC GROUP Ltd.
We acquire the necessary permits and certificates for customs clearance and export of goods to the EEU countries (Customs Union: Russia, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Armenia, Kyrgyzstan). We develop and manage the whole certification process, from application to accredited labs and experts to delivery of the original certificates.