According to the Resolution of the Government of the Russian Federation, a National track & trace digital system will be created by 2024,
based at the Center for Research in Perspective Technologies
Within 6 years, the Chestny ZNAK track & trace system will cover all product groups – from cigarettes and medicines to clothing and baby food
The experiment has been underway since 1 February 2017More details
The experiment has been underway since 15 January 2018More details
The experiment has been underway since 1 June 2018More details
Industry discussions on launching the experimentMore details
Open webinars and seminars for businesses on track & trace digital system implementationEvents schedule
Submit an application to take part in the pilot project
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Register on the website of the pilot project
Consult with Chestny ZNAK on the subsequent work in the track & trace system, necessary equipment and software
In January 2018, the track & trace experiment for tobacco products commenced. All major manufacturers of tobacco products are project participants: Japan Tobacco International, Philip Morris, British American Tobacco and Imperial Tobacco. Since the launch of the experiment, manufacturers, retail chains and distributors, as well as software developers have announced their participation in the project. Among these are METRO Cash & Carry, X5 Retail Group, DIXY, Megapolis, SNS, Korus, Taxcom, Atol, etc. A total of 54 participants have registered in the system.
In June 2018, the track & trace experiment for footwear was launched in accordance with Resolution No. 792-r of the Government of Russia dated 28 April 2018. Pioneers of the pilot project are the companies Kari, Sportmaster, Parizhskaya Kommuna Moscow Footwear Factory, ZENDEN Group and Analpa (LS Import).
As of 1 February 2017, the track & trace experiment for pharmaceutical products has been underway in Russia in accordance with Decree No. 62 of the Government of the Russian Federation dated 24 January 2017. The Federal Tax Service is the operator of the pilot project. Starting 1 November 2018, the process has been underway to hand over the Informational System MDLP from the Federal Tax System to the Center for Research in Perspective Technologies, within the framework of the decision to create a Unified national track & trace system in the country.
In accordance with Resolution No. 792-r of the Government of the Russian Federation dated 28 April 2018, certain groups of light industry goods are subject to mandatory marking as of 1 December 2019. In June 2018, the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation set up a working group to discuss the voluntary experiment.
The group of goods «Perfumes and Eau de Toilette» is subject to mandatory marking starting as of 1 December 2019, in accordance with Resolution No. 792-r of the Government of the Russian Federation dated 28 April 2018. A work schedule has been developed for the pilot project, including the creation of a working group, development of a procedural base of the experiment, preparation of the track & trace system technology, and training manufacturers to work within the system.
In accordance with Resolution No. 792-r of the Government of the Russian Federation dated 28 April 2018, the group of goods «Tyres and Tyre Casings, Rubber, Pneumatic, New» is subject to mandatory marking as of 1 December 2019. When introducing the marking for this group, the Center for Research in Perspective Technologies is prepared to work with whatever type of code is most suited to the industry.
The Center for Research in Perspective Technologies, the Union of Members of the Beer and Non-Alcoholic Drinks Market, and the National Union of Producers of Beer and Beverages have come to an agreement with regard to launching a series of track & trace experiments for beer without the use of paper. Preparations for marking test began at the Moscow Brewing Company site, where brands of beer such as Zhiguli, Khamovniki and FAXE Premium are produced. The experiment will involve all types of packaging and be completed by the beginning of September.
The Government of the Russian Federation plans to conduct a track & trace experiment for dairy products from 1 September 2018 to 31 December 2019. The draft of the corresponding resolution is available on the Federal Portal of Draft Regulatory Legal Acts. It is scheduled for the Chestny ZNAK system to be interfaced with the electronic veterinary certification system known as Mercury; the Mercury system will trace the dairy products from the farm to the plant, and Chestny ZNAK will trace them from the plant to the customer. The Data Matrix digital code will be used to mark the finished dairy products.