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In-house export control programme, licensing, and customs support

JSC Techsnabexport is one of the first Russian companies to be granted a state accreditation certificate for an organisation that has set up an in-house export control programme. In September 2011, the Federal Service for Technical and Export Control of the Russian Federation (FSTEC of Russia) renewed the state accreditation certificate of the Company until 2016, owing to the impeccable implementation of a set of administrative and technical measures by the Company to meet the requirements of the export control legislation of the Russian Federation.

That renewal was the grounds for the Directive of the Government of the Russian Federation No. 88-r that grants the Company two general licences for the valid period of the accreditation for the export of uranium products to the United Kingdom, France, Germany, China, the Republic of Korea, and the USA, which substantially shortens the formalisation period for deliveries under existing contractual commitments.

JSC Techsnabexport has set up the Export Control Group, which reviews all draft contracts to be concluded by the Company in the context of whether the products intended for export/import pertain to those subject to control under Russian legislation.

In 2013, the Company was granted 18 one-time licences for the export/import of nuclear material under the Company’s contracts.

During the reporting year, about 300 customs documents were formalised in Sheremetyevo, Domodedovo, and the Moscow Region, as well as Yekaterinburg, Krasnoyarsk, and Baltic and Pulkovo customs.

Declaring regional customs in 2013

The work was done to manage the Company’s temporary exported containers using a database that allows for real-time control of re-export due dates, as per the customs regulations.

In 2013, the number of tracked 30B containers and overpacks subject to cross the customs border of the Customs Union increased by 65% from 2012 to total 518 items.

In accordance with the customs regulations, in 2013, the Company commissioned an online customs filing information system for uranium and non-uranium products via the Internet (ED-2).

Online customs filing flowchart

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