Policies & Procedures for Armenia


Import policy


Armenia is situated between the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea, bordered on the north and east by Georgia and Azerbaijan and on the south and west by Iran and Turkey. Imports in Armenia increased to 263.90 USD Million in August from 219.80 USD Million in July of 2015. Imports in Armenia averaged 266.51 USD Million from 2003 until 2015, reaching an all-time high of 482.90 USD Million in December of 2013 and a record low of 78.72 USD Million in January of 2004.Armenia’s main imports are oil, natural gas, cereals, rubber manufactures, cork and wood, and electrical machinery. Armenia’s main imports partners are Russia, China, Ukraine, Iran, Germany, Italy, Turkey, France and Japan. Our company provides the best link to bring both customers and agents together.
Following are the import procedure followed in Armenia:-

  1. SAD Registration 
  2. Accepting a SAD 
  3. Selectivity 
  4. Payment 
  5. Goods release

Refer the following mentioned link for further information:-

Exporting to armenia

Investment in exporting

RESTRICTED ITEMS:-

  • Pieces of art leaving the country need to be accompanied by a document from the ministry of culture authorizing export. Passenger must hold a photo of each piece of art. Passengers must pay a tax at the airport of approx. USD 10 per piece of art.

Refer the following mentioned link for further information:-
FEDEX Guidelines
VisaHq Customs
IATA Guidelines


Export policy


Armenia is the second most densely populated of the former Soviet republics because of its small size. Exports in Armenia increased to 120 USD Million in August from 114.70 USD Million in July of 2015. Exports in Armenia averaged 91.95 USD Million from 2003 until 2015, reaching an all-time high of 162.46 USD Million in March of 2012 and a record low of 34.21 USD Million in January of 2009. Armenia’s main exports are metals and diamonds. Other exports include energy, beverages, and vegetables and fruit. Armenia’s main exports partners are Russia, Germany, Iran, Bulgaria, the Netherlands, the United States, Spain, Canada and Belgium. We at our company provide different facilities in one room to export several types of products with the best possible service.
Following mentioned are the export procedure followed in Armenia:-
The list of documents necessary for customs control:
For goods and transport facilities imported by organizations and sole proprietor:
          a) Customs declaration, and in cases specified in Customs Legislation, CD 1 form of customs value declaration;
          b) Goods acquisition invoice or contract, or the document proving the request for payment via Internet, or other corresponding substitute document; and 
c) The document establishing the goods’ transport arrangement (goods-transport consignments note).
For goods and transport facilities exported by organizations and sole proprietor:
a) Customs declaration;
b) The invoice or the contract of acquisition, or other corresponding substitute document; and
c) The document establishing the goods’ transport arrangement (goods-transport consignment note).
For goods and transport facilities imported and received in person:
a) Customs declaration, and in cases specified in Customs Legislation, CD 1 form of customs value declaration; and
b) Goods acquisition invoice or contract, or the document proving the request for payment via Internet, or other corresponding substitute document.
For goods and transport facilities exported and sent in person:
a) Customs declaration in the cases specified in Customs Legislation. Other documents can be required by legislation while transporting separate goods by customs frontier; in particular, the original documents required for non-tariff regulation purposes – permission, conclusion, license, certificate, and certification while transporting separate goods by customs frontier by organizations, individual entrepreneurs and physical persons.
CUSTOMS REGIMES: 
The following customs regimes are defined by Legislation for Implementation of Customs Procedures:

  • Import for free circulation
  • Re-import
  • Transit shipment• Import into Customs warehouse
  • Import to duty free shop
  • Temporary import for processing
  • Temporary import
  • Temporary export
  • Import into free customs warehouse
  • Temporary export for processing
  • Export for free circulation
  • Re-export
  • Renunciation of the ownership right to State benefits
  • Import into free economic zone Non-Armenian nationals may be able to bring personal effects into the country tax-free and duty-free under the temporary importation rules, but this may also involve re-exporting the effects within one year. The authorities will also check off items re-exported against effects brought into Armenia.

Refer the following mentioned link for further information:-
Export Regime
Trade Policies
Exporting Guidelines


Disclaimer: Policies and procedures for all export, Import have been extracted from various internet resources and published policies by the respective governments. Logimart.com is not responsible for any change or alteration in the above written policies and procedures.

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