Romania’s foreign trade is mainly sea freight , and the Port of Constanta is the main seaport. It mainly exports petrochemical products, petroleum equipment, tractors, trucks and agricultural products, and imports machinery and equipment and industrial raw materials such as iron ore, natural rubber, coke, and non-ferrous metals.
Customs cargo supervision system
Luo Customs stipulates that the consignee must go through the customs declaration and delivery procedures within 15 days after the goods arrive at the port. If it exceeds 15 days, the customs will impose a delayed declaration fee in accordance with regulations, which is 15 US dollars per day for each 40-foot container. If it exceeds 15 days, A late filing fee of US$30/day will be levied. If the customs declaration and delivery procedures are not completed within two months after the goods arrive at the port, the customs will impose a fine of 1 million lei. If the customs declaration and delivery procedures are not completed within three months, the customs will confiscate the goods. The confiscated goods will be put to public auction and the money will be turned over to the state treasury.
At the same time, the customs also stipulates that goods are generally unpacked and inspected at the port of destination. They can also be inspected in other places, but customs transfer procedures must be completed.
Other customs regulations
Imported goods must comply with Romania’s relevant regulations on national security, public health, and environmental protection.

  1. Food import regulations: First apply for an import license from the Ministry of Agriculture, and have the food quality and validity period inspected by the Consumer Protection Association.
  2. Regulations on the import of animal and plant products: Sampling inspection shall be carried out by the Plant Quarantine Office, and animal products and dairy products shall be inspected by the Animal Quarantine Office. The customs will also work with the environmental protection department to conduct customs inspection of food. Imported food must comply with the relevant provisions of Decree No. 12 of 1993 of the Ministry of Agriculture, and must be affixed with a trademark, a technical card and a certificate of conformity, as well as a health and quarantine certificate issued by the country of origin.
  3. Regulations on the import of drugs: The drug inspection institute will inspect the drugs and only if they meet the regulatory standards are they allowed to be registered and imported.
  4. Regulations on the import of technical products: Manufacturers and importers of technical products must have maintenance points. The warranty period of the product shall not be less than 10% of the average service life or guaranteed maintenance for 18 months. The product must also be accompanied by a Rowan certificate. manual.
    trade management regulations
    Romania applies the EU’s unified trade policy. Except for a few products specified in the quota quotas in the agreement or those that are harmful to human health and the environment, Romania generally does not implement a license system for imported and exported goods. For dual-use products with dual purposes, Romania implements EU Regulation No. 428 of 2009 on the implementation of export, transfer, intermediary services and transit control systems for dual-use items, and implements different export license systems for the export of related products according to their categories. For sensitive products such as medical supplies, chemicals and biological products, Romania regulates them through relevant international conventions or domestic regulations. The import and export of the above products are subject to the approval of the General Administration of Export Control under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

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