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CED of the Baltic Customs

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The Baltic Electronic Declaring Center is administered by the Baltic Customs. The CED is a special body, which, thanks to the use of modern technologies, is designed to carry out customs clearance of goods located on the territory of different customs posts, in this case subordinate to the Baltic customs. This means, that by submitting a customs declaration to the Baltic CED, goods can be released at any of these posts. Moreover, it is not necessary for the declarant to be present at customs clearance.

The structure of the Baltic Customs, in addition to the Baltic CED, includes posts:

  • Kronstadt;
  • Forest;
  • Turukhanny;
  • Shkipersky;
  • Harbor;
  • Bronka. 


The Baltic CED is used as a customs authority, where cargoes delivered by sea transport and not only are processed. It is located on the territory of the Big Port of St. Petersburg, but this does not limit its competence. It is also possible to arrange for cargo delivered by cars and airplanes. Cargoes arrive here from Germany, Sweden, Poland, China, USA, Norway, Turkey and many other countries. It is a major international transport hub.

Advantages of the Baltic CED


The introduction of electronic declaration made it possible to significantly increase the efficiency of the customs body. According to the reports, the number of declarations issued from the beginning of 2019 to the present is 2 times higher than the volume of diesel fuel issued in the same period of the previous year. More precisely, there are more than 174,000 declarations.

Advantages of the Baltic CED:

  • prompt customs clearance (usually 1 day);

  • customs clearance and customs clearance of consignments of goods arriving or sent by different modes of transport;

  • broad powers;

  • lack of reference to the place of arrival;

  • there is no need for direct communication with the customs officer.

CED of the Baltic Customs contacts


The center is located at the address: 198035, St. Petersburg, st.Dvinskaya, 16, building 1, lit. A. Working hours: daily from 9 am to 9 pm.From November 1, 2019, a hotline operates at the center of the Baltic Customs, which helps you quickly to get any information. You should call by phone: (812) 640 04 67 from 9 to 21, or write by e-mail: addressed to the head of the Baltic customs post (e-declaration center) of the Baltic customs - Yuri Vladimirovich Belozertsev.

When contacting the hotline by e-mail, you have to point out:

  • surname, name, patronymic, position and contact phone number of the applicant;

  • TIN of the organization;

  • Name of the organization;

  • postal address and email address;

  • full name of the head

  • description of the message, which must include the goods declaration number.

When contacting by phone, you must also indicate all the above information regarding the organization and the applicant and describe the situation that raised the questions. You can also call the following numbers:

  • (812) 640-04-57;

  • (812) 640-04-52;

  • (812) 640-04-54;

  • (812) 640-04-61.

You can contact the services of a customs representative of The SB Cargo. Our experts will help you draw up a declaration for goods, no matter what category they belong to. If you contact us, you will save time and money. We will promptly clear the goods, avoiding all declaration problems.

Documents for registration of import and export


To register for import, you need to provide:

  • agreement confirming the act of purchase and sale;

  • invoice with translation;

  • technical description of the cargo;

  • CMR;

  • certificate of passing phytosanitary and veterinary control;

  • certificates of origin ST-1 / ST-2;

  • packing list;

  • insurance;

  • confirmation of payment in the form of payment or account statement;

  • payment order (duty, VAT);

  • contract with a transport company and invoice;

  • declaration.

Additional documents may also be required.

For export registration you will need:

  • the contract according to which the delivery is carried out;

  • invoice - 6 pieces with translation;

  • technical passport for goods;

  • packing list - 6 pieces;

  • CMR;

  • certificate of origin ST-1, ST-2;

  • a certificate of passing phytosanitary and veterinary control, if necessary;

  • payment order.

It should be noted, that export and import clearance is a complex process that requires time, knowledge of customs legislation and other nuances. To avoid unpleasant situations, it is worth contacting the services of a customs representative who will take care of all the worries about the registration of your cargo. Please, contact SB Cargo by phone +7 (499) 643-43-06 or email

Dear customers! We only work with cargo owners and ready-made commercial documentation for the goods. To get advice, you need to sign a customs representation agreement with us and provide: a signed foreign trade contract, invoice, packing list. Please form requests from the company's corporate email address. Requests from email addresses registered on free mail services, in accordance with the company's security policy, fall into SPAM
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