In order to appease industrial inspection authorities and meet national regulations, nearly all products imported into the Eurasian Customs Union (ECU) require Eurasian Conformity (EAC) certification. The ECU includes Russia, Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, and Kyrgyzstan. The EAC mark confirms that a product is compliant with all safety and EMC standards set by the ECU.
The EAC mark has been in effect since August 2013; before that time, the GOST-R mark was prevalent in Russia. The EAC certification process has recently become muddled by:
G&M Compliance’s goal is to obtain certifications quickly and efficiently, and we partner with Russian certification bodies that share the same vision. In order to provide a smooth and expedient process for customers, we:
G&M Compliance can assist with EAC certification in the following product categories:
Rosstandart is the Russian government organization charged with maintaining and enforcing this certification system. In line with the current European approach, Russian law offers options for conformity assessment covering mandatory certification, accreditation, and self-declaration.
Russian EAC certification requires going through a number of steps, including:
We have spent years developing relationships with certification authorities around the world, ensuring we are prepared to handle the common challenges and roadblocks associated with exporting products to Russia. Whether you are working to obtain EAC certification, looking to renew your existing certification, or wondering whether or not your product needs certification at all, using an experienced compliance agency can help.
Working with G&M Compliance allows you to:
G&M Compliance provides expert guidance throughout the certification process. Our compliance experts specialize in full-service, turn-key solutions for Russian certification and compliance.
G&M compliance professionals provide effective and friendly guidance through the entire EAC certification process and advise clients on practical solutions for facilitating entry into Russian markets.