The accumulated experience in the field of administrative support of supply chains security, as well as many years of experience of cooperation with entrepreneurs and government structures, allows the IIAC to offer its clients effective solutions to the widest range of issues in their foreign economic activities.

  • Providing proven approaches to operational isolation of bottlenecks, ensuring control over the implementation of decisions.
  • Operative consultation of the customer on the decision of the most acute problems on all cycle of realization of the external economic transactions.
  • Content analysis of the operational situation that is developing within the project.
  • Information and analytical monitoring of customs legislation and law enforcement practice.

The IIAC is ready to take on a complex of issues related to monitoring and administrative support for customs clearance from the time of contract preparation to the completion of the project. The center can help its customers organize and ensure the smooth functioning of an integrated supply chain system:

In 2010, the Center organized a conference “Development of small and medium-sized businesses in the Customs Union”, which was held with the participation of “OPORA RUSSIA” with the support of the Ministry of Economic Development of Russia with the participation of representatives of the CCC of the Republic of Belarus, the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Russian Federation and the FCS of Russia. Representatives of business from regions of Russia and CIS countries, the Administration of the President of Russia, relevant committees of the State Duma and the Federation Council, customs and logistics infrastructure, international organizations, Russian and foreign experts were invited to participate in the Conference.

The Center takes part in specialized conferences and exhibitions, such as the annual international exhibition “Customs Service” taking place in Moscow.

With the assistance of the IIAC , the book “Regulation of Foreign Trade of the Customs Union within the EurAsEC” was published under the general editorship of the CCC Executive Secretary, Doctor of Economic Sciences. S.Yu. Glazyev and the Secretary General of EurAsEC, d.polit.n. T.A. Mansurov, as well as held the presentation of this book in the Commission of the Customs Union and the Russian Customs Academy.

In 2010, we signed a memorandum of cooperation with the Secretariat of the Customs Union Commission. Within the framework of this document joint educational, scientific and publishing activities were conducted. For its part, the CCC Secretariat participated in the organization of business forums, conferences, seminars and other events held by the IIAC , and also facilitated their methodical and information support.

In 2014, from our structure, a new organization, the International Information and Analytical Center for Security Problems in Supply Chains, was set up, the key task of which was to work with our foreign partners.

The Charter of ANO “Interregional Information and Analytical Center on Supply Chain Security Problems” is available at this link.