2,483 m3 of lumber allegedly exported illegally by company in Kansk

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April 28, 2021 - Krasnoyarsk, Russia

Six criminal cases were brought against several defendants on charges related to the illegal export of sawn timber. Customs officials established that a limited liability company from Kansk had illegally exported sawn timber twice, providing the customs authorities with inaccurate information about the manufacturer of the goods when declaring. When declaring these consignments, documents were submitted to the customs authority, which indicated that the sawn timber was made by the organization from raw materials purchased from a government institution. As a result of the check, it turned out that the said state institution did not supply raw materials to the declarant organization, which, in turn, could not manufacture the exported timber. A total of 2,483 cubic meters was exported.

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