Global Ports has introduced a goods marking service at Yanino Logistics Park from 1 June 2021. The service was launched at the logistics park customs warehouse in partnership with Global E-trade Solutions, a goods marking operator. Global E-Trade Solutions is a transport and logistics company providing services customs clearance, international transportation, and related services for foreign trade market players, including complex solutions for marking, marking verification and marked products identification.
Yanino Logistics Park and Global E-Trade Solutions now offer labelling services for such consumer goods as footwear, consumer goods, tyres and wheel covers, perfume, photo equipment, and bicycles. The warehouse and operator’s equipment have a capacity to mark up to 50,000 items a day.
Ivan Radchenko, General Manager of Yanino Logistic Park, noted: “Marking is a mandatory requirement of Russian legislation for the specific groups of imported goods, and we are pleased to offer our clients such a service. At the customs warehouse in Yanino, it is possible to mark goods imported into Russia both by land and via sea terminals. I am confident that the new service will be in demand and will allow clients to optimise their logistics. Furthermore, Yanino and Global E-trade Solutions are qualified and ready to expand the service to meet market needs and offer solutions for other areas of marking”.
In future, the warehouse will be equipped with refrigerating chambers and technical vision for defining the quality class of marking codes. This will allow the marking of dairy products (cheese, ice cream, butter) and experimental groups of goods – packaged water and other drinks. The Yanino warehouse will be able to produce a marking volume of dairy products and packaged drinks of up to 20,000 codes a day. The customs warehouse also plans to take part in an experiment of marking biologically active additives (BAA).
Marking was introduced in the Russian Federation in 2016. Goods are tracked by the marked numeric code through the entire logistics chain to prevent counterfeit.