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At The KMB Shipping Group, we’ve been closely monitoring the dynamic landscape of EU sanctions and restrictions imposed on Russia. We aim to provide you with the most up-to-date information on this evolving situation.

Article 3g(1)(d), of the 11th package that the EU adopted “concerning restrictive measures in view if Russia’s actions destabilising the situation in Ukraine” [EU regulation 2023/1214 amending regulation 833/2014] prohibits the import or purchase in the Union of products processed in a third country using iron and steel inputs originating in Russia. This prohibition can be found in Council Regulation (EU) No 833/2014 Article 3g 1(d) and the latest amendment Council Regulation (EU) 2023/1214.

As of September 30, 2023; this prohibition is in place and all customers are now obliged to provide evidence that the inputs used in the affected iron and steel products to be imported into the Union, are of non-Russian origin, in compliance with EU regulation.

We urgently advise all customers with cargo that involves the affected steel and iron products, to make sure that you have the required documentation available. If you do not have the required documentation available, this could impact the entry of such items into the European Union, please be aware that this could lead to delays, customs holds and/or possible enforcement against the customer for breach of sanctions and incur additional costs.

The KMB Shipping Group is at no time liable for compiling the documentation from the customer or to providing the required documentation to the authorities, this obligation rests with the customer only.

For further information about this, please contact your KMB account manager.

Email: info@kmbshipping.co.uk
Tel: 0121 557 3352
Web: www.kmbshipping.co.uk