The translation bureau ‘Flarus’ often gets translation requests for customs documentation, accompanying the goods from China to Russia. Besides the customs declaration translation, this kind of work means one of the whole pack of the accompanying documents. They are translations from Chinese into Russian of imported goods price lists, conformity certificate, invoices as well as the right to use the trademark, if it’s available.
Chinese-Russian translator of customs declarations must acquire deep knowledge due to the high level of difficulty of all the papers accompanying the cargo. Any mistakes in this kind of work are inadmissible, for they can cause either the prohibition of import goods from China on behalf of the Customs authorities or demurrage at the border with further financial costs.
Pre-export customs declaration translated from Chinese into Russian is shown at the border to confirm the customs commodity cost. In exceptional cases the Customs Authority might request the Chinese original, certified in the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of China. The translated customs declaration contains the data as follows: both companies (Seller and Customer) data, bank details, the way of payment, gross and net cargo weight, list of named goods, their quantity and price, etc,
Only specialists with related legal education deal with both the customs documentation translations and the legal translations in our company.