113 billion rubles to the Federal budget listed the Baltic customs

During the period of validity of restrictive measures on non-proliferation of novel coronavirus infection in the Russian Federation Russian customs to ensure the smooth execution of the marine moved through the customs border of goods.

All customs posts of the Baltic customs, including the Baltic CED, work in normal mode from 9-00 to 21-00 hours daily (including weekends), with observance of all necessary anti-epidemic measures.

For the first quarter of 2020 the Baltic customs transferred to the Federal budget of customs duties and taxes in the amount of 113,48 billion rubles, which is 7.5% more than in the same period last year.
In January-March 2020 the trade turnover in the region of the Baltic customs amounted to 8.15 billion U.S. dollars. Foreign economic activity was carried out 6 398 traders.
In January-March 2020 the Baltic customs has released 84 769 customs declarations (including import – 75 851, export – 8 918).
A mass load feature of cargoes in January-March 2020, compared to the same period last year increased by 68% to 5.87 million tonnes.
The weight, the volume of export cargo increased by 250%, import increased by 1%.

In the first quarter of 2020 the goods imported from 139 countries of the world. Main importing countries: China (21%), Ecuador (16%), Germany (4.8 per cent), India (4,3%), Republic of Korea (3,6%), Morocco (3.4 percent), United States (2.6 percent), Argentina (2.4%), Netherlands (2.4 per cent), Belgium (2.3 per cent).
In the commodity structure of import in weight volume leading fruits (26%), polymeric materials (6%), ferrous metals (5%), organic chemicals (4.7 per cent), machinery (3.9 percent), fish and crustaceans (3,3%), means of ground transport (3,3%), mixed chemical products (2,8%), products of processing of vegetables, fruits (2.6%), rubber and products made of them (2,5%).

The export of goods was carried out in 136 countries. The main exporting countries were China (32%), Turkey (14%), Belgium (4.8%), Brazil (4.8%), Norway (4.7 percent), Lithuania (4,3%), United States (3.7 percent), Finland (2.6%), Egypt (2.5%), the Netherlands (2.6 percent).
In the commodity structure of export in weight the amount prevailed: ores, slag and ash (26%); ferrous metals (18 %), fertilizer (18%), wood and articles thereof (16%); salt, sulphur, earths and stone (11%).

In respect of commodities and food, included in a special list, the customs service established a regime of maximum assistance. It’s food (flour, butter and sunflower, pasta, canned food, sugar, salt, water, sausage, cereals and more) and food products (antiseptics, masks, wipes, Soaps, hygiene products, goods for children, etc.).

Baltic customs reminds that within the framework of the epidemiological measures in the customs temporarily restricted personal reception of citizens by administration of customs and customs posts. The queries are requested to submit in writing via ground or electronic mail. All contacts of the Baltic customs is available on the page.

Alina Schmidt, the press Secretary of the Baltic customs