The use of electronic navigation seals for the transit of Russian goods through the territory of Lithuania was discussed at a meeting with Eitvydas Bajarūnas, the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Lithuania to the Russian Federation.
50 containers loaded up with milk powder and cream were shipped on a single train from Poland to Kazakhstan. It's the largest consignment of sanctioned products since Russia lifted restrictions on shipments of sanctioned goods across its territory in March 2020. In total UTLC ERA has so far shipped 101 containers with goods from the list of sanctioned items.
Moscow hosted the sixth international conference Road Freight: Challenges and Opportunities (2020).
Digital Platforms Development Center held a meeting with the representatives of the European Commission and the customs attaches of the EU countries on political issues in Russia, CIS and Ukraine. The meeting was attended by Sergey Kiselev, Chief Technology Officer, Digital Platforms Development Center (CRCP) LLC, and Artem Popov, Director of the Project Management Department, Digital Platforms Development Center (CRCP) LLC.
Electronic navigation seals (ENS) are designed to control the integrity of any commercial cargo transported within the Russian Federation, and shipments of sanctioned goods that fall within the scope of Decree No. 290 of the President of the Russian Federation, dated June 24, 2019, as well as to seal cargo in accordance with Order No. 285 of the Federal Railway Transport Agency, dated July 16, 2020.
Carriers can lease an electronic navigation seal (ENS) for the transportation of goods that do not fall within the scope of Decree No. 290 of the President of the Russian Federation, dated June 24, 2019. This can relate to any commercial transportation of goods within the Russian Federation. In particular, the service is relevant for the Carriers offering railway freight transportation in accordance with Order No. 285 of the Federal Railway Transport Agency, dated July 16, 2020.
Previously, the monitoring service was only available to Carriers who registered in the Goods Tracking System, transport their goods in accordance with Decree No. 290 of the President of the Russian Federation and Order No. 1877 of the Government of the Russian Federation, or carry out other types of transportation.
JSC Russian Railways and the Sealing Operator — Digital Platforms Development Center LLC (CRCP) — agreed to cooperate on the development of the System for Tracking Goods Transportation (SOPT) and the use of electronic navigation seals.
Several amendments have been made to Paid Services Contract and Procedure For Interaction of the Sealing Operator CRCP (LLC) with Carriers.
Sanctioned goods can now be transported through Russian territory by road and railway. This was made possible by launching a national freight transport tracking system using electronic navigation seals and granting authority to the sealing operator, Digital Platforms Development Center.
Digital Platforms Development Center (CRCP) LLC held a meeting with international automotive associations, featuring the International Road Transport Union (IRU) and the Association of International Road Carriers of Russia (ASMAP).