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The Perm Krai Export Support Center provides assistance in bringing products of business entities in line with the requirements for exporting goods (work, services) to foreign markets: certification, standardization, obtaining relevant permits. For small and medium-sized businesses in the Perm Territory, the service is provided subject to co-financing of 20% of the cost from the side of the small and medium business.For entrepreneurs who are not included in the Unified Register of small and medium-sized businesses, the service is provided on a fee basis by paying the services of the contractor to the business entity. This service includes, in particular, services for testing and fulfilling other mandatory requirements of certification organizations to confirm the conformity of products to the following standards (for example):Technical Regulations of the Customs Union (CU TR) (in the case of an exporter applying for obtaining a certificate of conformity of the CU TR after entering into an export contract with a foreign buyer from the countries of the Customs Union); FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) standards; on mandatory CE marking (Conformité Européenne); GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice) series standards; HACCP food safety management systems (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point);European EN (DIN EN) - European Norm adopted by the European Committee for Standartization; on mandatory marking of CCC (China Compulsory Certification); CCIC certificate (China Certification & Inspection Group) and AQSIQ (General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine); DNV GL Group certificate (Det Norske Veritas and Germanischer Lloyd), etc. Check your organization’s information in the Unified Register of SMEs.It is possible to co-finance the obtaining of any certificate that a business entity needs in order to sell its products in the territory of another country, i.e. satisfying one of two conditions: the legislation of a foreign state should state that the products of the business entity must be certified in this way; The certification in question is a requirement of a foreign counterparty, stated in the export contract.The fact that a certificate obtained by a business entity can also be used to sell products in the territory of the Russian Federation is not an obstacle to co-financing its receipt if it satisfies one of the conditions above.When providing support, the Export Support Center gives priority to those businesses that, after passing certification, have a high degree of readiness to conclude an export contract for an amount exceeding the costs of the Center for co-financing. Procedures for voluntary certification, as well as obtaining a certificate of origin of goods CT-1 and Safety Data Sheet (SDS) are not subject to co-financing.