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New electronic customs launched in the Far Eastern Federal District
In the Far Eastern Federal District have registered a new Far Eastern e-Customs. From September 2020, it will begin to accept electronic declarations for goods delivered by land and air modes of transport.
According to the press service of the Far Eastern Customs, the new customs authority will be located in the city of Artem, Primorsky Territory. He must take up to 40% of the total load in the Far Eastern Federal District - approximately 150-160 thousand declarations for goods per year.
By the end of 2020, two centers of electronic declaration will operate in the Far East - in Vladivostok and in Artem. The creation of the CEDs is carried out as part of the plan for reforming the system of customs authorities. A total of 16 such centers will be created in Russia.