The BSH factories and Toyota in St. Petersburg managed to get part of goods from Turkey

Moscow. December 14. A number of enterprises of St. Petersburg, faced with the delays of components from Turkey at customs, we managed to get their cargo, said Chairman of the municipal Committee for industrial policy and innovation Maxim Meiksin.

According to him, as of Monday morning to the Toyota plant was sent 11 containers with details, to the address of Bosch und Siemens Hausgeraete GmbH (BSH) two container, another part was in the area of customs clearance.

What is the current situation with dispatch of goods to the Nissan plant, which also gets a small portion of parts for cars from Turkey, the Chairman of the Committee said.

As noted Meiksin, information resumed if the BSH factory assembling washing machines and refrigerators, previously suspended because of a lack of Turkish parts, they don’t own. In the company to get comments so far failed.

The representative of the plant Toyota in St. Petersburg earlier reported that the plant receives components from various countries, including from Turkey. “We are closely monitoring the situation with customs clearance,” – said the Agency interlocutor.

Last week Vice-Governor of St. Petersburg Sergey Movchan appealed to the first Deputy head of the Federal customs service Vladimir Malinin unblock the importation from Turkey of components for machine-building enterprises of the city.

Vice-Governor wrote that after the enactment of the presidential decree on economic measures against Turkey automobile companies and their suppliers are faced with a significant period of clearance of goods, imported from Turkey, the Baltic, St. Petersburg, Pulkovo and other regional customs. 100% Board inspection are the goods which are not included in the sanctions list of products approved following the decree of the President of the government decision.

He drew the attention of the FCS that from 26 November 2015 issued no Declaration of goods from Turkey to the branch of OOO “Toyota Motor” in St. Petersburg. “In the circumstances the preservation of negative situation related to the receipt of the goods and the irregularity of supply of components and raw materials, enterprises will be forced shortly to stop current production,” warned in a letter to the Vice-Governor. He pointed to the fact that these difficulties may impact on production activity not only automobile city, but also the enterprises of OJSC “Power machines” and the BSH factory.

TCF also previously reported that the treatment by the authorities of St. Petersburg have taken additional measures to ensure the import of components from Turkey.

In the first week of December Malinin said perishable goods, automotive components and parts from Turkey go through customs without delays, and all the rest are 100% control.

His comment came after the information sources the Agency that Turkish cargoes stuck at Russian customs checkpoints after the incident with the downed su-24 still not able to overcome them, despite the entry into force of RF government resolution prohibiting (deferred until January 1) import only certain types of food.