Mikron has suggested to form a technical map on RFID-marking of various products within the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU)
According to the results of pilot projects on RFID-marking of furs and pharmaceuticals in Russia it was suggested to creare a technical map of stage-by-stage marking of various products within the framework of a RFID unified system in the countries of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU).
«In the course of the pilot project on RFID-marking of furs up to 80% of the market was drawn out the grey economy”, - noted Denis Varaksin, products director of JSC Mikron, participating in panel discussion “Step towards a digital partnership between the government and business: RFID-marking of products” at the conference "The Eurasian Week", in which representatives of the authorities of the participating countries also took part, including Federal Tax Service of the Russian Federation, heads of national business communities and developers of ID-systems.
The marking of legal products by control tags is the main instrument of the system of end-to-end traceability of light industry products within the Eurasian Economic Union. The development of a unified system for marking goods in the EAEU will create protection for legal business in the common market space, as well as ensure the conditions of civilized trade, which meets the interests of both domestic and foreign companies.
JSC "Mikron" takes part in the implementation of the EurAsEC project since 2016, when Russia introduced the first project on the labeling of fur products, which allowed to increase the turnover of legal products several times. In 2018, it is planned to expand the list of groups of goods to marking.
RFID-marking of various products is a guarantee of the formation of equal competitive conditions, which are beneficial for business, government and consumers. Formation and development of integrated information systems is the next stage in the interaction between business and the government.
The Eurasian Week is a major annual business event aimed at the development of EAEU’s economy, investment and export potential. The Forum is held by the Eurasian Economic Union Member States and the Eurasian Economic Commission. The initiative to establish the Eurasian Week was approved by the decision of five Prime Ministers of EAEU Member States back in 2015.