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Albion helps exporters to do business in Russia.

From our offices in England, Scotland and Russia, we have helped hundreds of companies since we were set up in the nineties, and we can do this because we have our own distribution experience; our Moscow office is situated beside our warehouse.

So we’re practical.

In addition to export assistance, we work closely with the UKTI the RBCC and various Chambers and trade associations to provide the best possible help. We offer Eurasian Conformity Product Certification, comprehensive Russia cultural training, and various guides on doing business in Russia.

Companies often have similar needs, even though the products may vary greatly - finding partners, working with distributors or agents, communication, following up on meetings, and so on.

"Albion has greatly helped and supported us with entry in to the Russian market. They have assisted with our entry plans and the development of Weir as a business." Weir Minerals

What seems easy might be more time-consuming in Russia than elsewhere. In France, you can (more or less) visit a trade fair, find a distributor, and get the business. But in Russia, it just doesn’t seem to work like that. Most of the companies we work with have tried it themselves, and wish they had not spent so much time trying to get the Russian model to comply with their worldwide experience.

We have been working with Russia a long time, so we are pretty familiar with it now!

We believe passionately in empowering exporters in ensuring that as many companies as possible be made aware of the massive opportunities to be found less than a four hour flight away.

 

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New Russian law tightens the procedure for putting medicines on the market and complicates ending distribution agreements

From 29 November 2019, medicines for human use will no longer be put on the market based on declarations of compliance and certification. More complex quality control requirements will be introduced. Pharmaceutical companies will have to submit documents on the quality of each batch of medicines to the Russian pharmaceutical regulator (Roszdravnadzor), conduct tests of the first three batches produced or imported and periodically submit test reports of batches of any medicine put into circulation.

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