Clearly define the goods, place of purchase, supplier and price, if you want to import the goods yourself. Import costs will be highly dependent on the codes and import patterns you define. In any case, you will need:
-A contract with the supplier of the goods (usually in two languages: importer’s and exporter’s ones. Delivery terms must be specified in the contract)
-Passport of the import transaction
-Currency account (exactly the currency that you will pay)
-Certificates / declarations, if the goods are subject to certification or declaration of conformity
Each product requires its own method of transportation, and, consequently, its own procedure for customs clearance, certification, payment. When considering on the name of the product, look at the Foreign Economic Activity Commodity Nomenclature and determine its code, clarify whether this product needs certificates of conformity and a registration certificate. Be sure to check out INCOTERMS. Invoices and CMRs will naturally be in the sender's language. These are the main activities for the importation of goods on the territory of the Russian Federation. Not all the nuances and subtleties are outlined here. If you want to avoid the "traps" until you figure out the intricacies of importing goods on your own, contact «Impos Trade». We will take care of all the importation, and you will be able to receive qualified assistance and advice at every step. Over time, you will be able to import goods on your own, avoiding mistakes, delays at the border and fines.