Refusal letter is the document which manufacturer of the Baltic States and Sweden impose to regulatory bodies of Russia or other countries of the Customs Union.
There are two basic forms of refusal letters — for trade and for the customs.
Letter for trade
Refusal letters are processed by European exporters in case if their products are not the subject for mandatory certification or declaration in the Customs Union prescribed order. In controversial cases when verification of compliance is not mandatory, but it is difficult to determine according to the data about the product, the refusal letter is presented.
To obtain this document, you should contact our certification centre and submit following documents:
- an application;
- the newsletter with the details of the applicant and a list of the administrative board of his enterprise;
- the newsletter where products to export are listed and described. It is required in case when it is difficult to identify the products only by the title.
Refusal letters for customs
This document is similar to the refusal letter for trade, the exception is that it is issued by VNIIS (Russian Research Institute for Certification), not by the certification centre. The customs office accept only refusal letters issued by this organization.
Our certification centre helps enterprises to receive refusal letters from VNIIS as soon as possible.
To obtain the document following documents are required:
- a letter with the basic information about the company;
- documents confirming the registration of an individual or entity;
- copies of the documents accompanying the export delivery – the invoice and the contract. Instead of the contract the copy of the invoice may be provided. If there is not enough information in the invoice, the packing list should be attached;
- the technical description is necessary for the equipment;
- appropriate certificate is necessary for humanitarian aid;
- appropriate conclusion is necessary for used products;
- resolution is necessary for products intended for research;
- a certificate for the finished product is necessary for spare parts;
- a registration certificate is necessary for diagnosticums, test systems.
Documents for refusal letter registration are required as certified copies.