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Traceability Russia

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Traceability Russia

I discovered that Russian Federation launched in January 2020 a scheme to make every single consumer good digitally traceable from medicine to milk. Every merchandise shall have a unique ID code which is scanned and registered. If I understand well, this system will prevent copy & shadow economy issues for the health security of the Russian peoples.



Where can I get a solution to coop with this new regulation ?

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Ensign Ensign

Re: Traceability Russia

In 2018, Russia launched Chestny ZNAKTM, its first nationwide digital track and trace system, set to become the cornerstone of industrial digitalization. By 2024, the system is expected to cover most of the commodity and consumer goods traded throughout Russia.


Chestny ZNAK is the single most notable digital project in Russia which will benefit both the government and the private sector, as well as citizens and consumers. The system already traces over 6 billion codes under several projects for mandatory marking of goods. Almost a dozen product categories are already covered by the system, including drugs and medical goods, fur coats, milk and tobacco products, clothes, footwear, perfumes, bicycles, wheelchairs, photo cameras and tires. And the project is only in its early stages.


Various research estimates suggest that the Chestny ZNAKTM system may add as much as 1.2% to the country's GDP by reducing illegal trade and trafficking, increasing tax revenues, and improving the efficiency of the government’s control and supervision activities.


Schneider Electric has Solutions, Analytics, Advisors & Software ready no matter the Install base to coop wit this regulation.

Please, provide your contact details & let’s keep in touch to support you further.


Any other comments from the community will be appreciated as well

Ensign Ensign

Re: Traceability Russia

If you want to know more about EcoStruxure Traceability Advisor - PIM and EcoStruxure Traceability Advisor - Track & Trace, click the associated link