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Alexander Ostashov, editor Fastener, Adhesives, Tools and…Magazine www.fastinfo.ru


Customs Union applies anti-dumping duty on fasteners from Ukraine


In June the Commission of the Customs Union (CU) ruled on “measures for protection of the economic interests of machine-building fasteners producers in the Customs Union”.


condition that a Producer Certificate is introduced. Belarus, Kazakhstan and the Russian Federation formed a customs union under an agreement signed in October 2007. The


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fasteners production shop to fulfil orders from the Midea-Horizont company. Annual production volume for the screws, taking into account Midea-Horizont produces around three million microwaves per year, is expected to be around 160 tonnes.


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optimised logistic schemes and a shortening of cargo transportation distance by a total of several thousand kilometers per year. The new logistic centre will help to improve service for the company’s partners, including availability of products and


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promptitude of delivery. “The provision of high quality services to our partners is the key factor in realisation of the principles of steady development in the chain added value, as well as in various business fields and in everyday life”, said Peter Gunter, president of Henkel Russia.


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New Henkel logistic complex in Permskiy Region


In July 2011 the Henkel company started construction of the largest logistic complex in Permskiy Region, which is to become one of the most modern logistic centres in Russia with a CAM system of storage and product dispatch.


he floor area of the complex will be about 12,500 square metres, providing a storage capacity of up to 25,000 pallets. Investment for the project will total more than 500 million rubles (12 million euros). Henkel says it is constantly searching for the most environment-friendly approach to logistics, with main priorities rational use of natural resources and reduction of noxious emissions. Building the new complex will allow the company to reduce CO² emission rates through


superior body of the Customs Union is an Inter-State Council comprising heads of states and governments. The agreement established the Commission of the Customs Union as a common permanent regulatory body. Within the CU territory no customs duties and economic restrictions are to be used, except special protective, anti-dumping and countervailing measures. A common customs duty and other common measures regulating trade with third countries is used by members of the CU.


Rechitzkiy Hardware Plant masters new fasteners


Specialists of Rechitzkiy Hardware Plant have mastered self-tapping screws for microwave ovens – a new fastener type for the Belarusian nail and screw manufacturer.


he new fasteners, designed to replace imported ones, are to pass industrial testing in the assembling workshops of the customer. According to Alexander Pecherskiy, the head of the technical department of the Rechitzkiy Hardware Plant, the drawing and the necessary design documentation were made by the specialists of the plant according to provided samples of the self-tapping screws. Special tooling produced in Taiwan was installed on equipment in the small


he Commission decided to assess an anti-dumping duty, set at 21.8%, on engineering fasteners imported to the common customs territory of the Customs Union from Ukraine and classified under codes 7318 15 810 0, 7318 16 100 0, 7318 16 910 9, 7318 16 990 0 FEACC CU for the period till 13th


May 2012. The Commission of the CU approved price obligations undertaken by the Druzhkovskiy Hardware Plant and decided not to levy the anti-dumping duty for fasteners produced by this plant on


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