For the 6 months Bryansk customs transferred to the budget of 12 billion rubles

For the 6 months Bryansk customs transferred to the Federal budget more than 12 billion rubles. More than 28 thousand goods declarations, more than 20 thousand of them have passed automatic registration.

“Compared with the same period last year, the number of declarations dropped” said the head of customs Igor Eroshin, – “This is a translation of the Declaration of the array in the centers of electronic Declaration”.

In the Bryansk region 1103 of participants of foreign trade activities of imported goods from Ukraine, Italy, Germany, Serbia, Turkey, China, Romania, Netherlands, Moldavia and Austria.

Foreign trade turnover is estimated at 888,9 million dollars on imported component accounted for 80.7 per cent.

The nalogoemkogo goods in the import of mechanical and electrical equipment, paper and cardboard, rubber and articles thereof, plastics, perfumes and cosmetics, products from ferrous metals, gravel, fruits and vegetables. In the export railway transport, wood and articles of wood, electrical and mechanical equipment, grain, vegetables, meat and meat by-products, paper and cardboard, ferrous metals, wadding, felt and nonwovens.

From January to June conducted 48 customs inspections, additionally charged customs payments, penalties and fines amounting to more than 70 million rubles.

In the first half of the mobile teams of the customs control over the import of goods on the part of the Russian-Belarusian border. During this period viewed 2130 vehicles, of which 109 were transported 1160 tons of goods with violation of the legislation of the Russian Federation and the international acts in the sphere of customs regulation.

The list of designated customs products, which is prohibited for import, is very large, s/s equipment, pipes, tires, potash, gift boxes for vacuum cleaners, screws, preformed salt, kidney beans for sowing, pears, apples, pastry, frozen cherries, milk and beef.

Ilya Trishin,

press Secretary of the Bryansk customs