International shipping from Russia, Georgia, Azerbaijan and Armenia

Import is a process in which goods and products are brought into our country from another country.

This process may be done to meet domestic needs, increase the diversity of products, enter new markets, or for trade and commercial exchange, or for government goals and decisions. Imports may be made by various means, including sea, air, land or rail. Each transportation method has its own characteristics and advantages and disadvantages, and depending on the type of goods, geographical distance, time and other factors, the appropriate method is chosen.


To import, it is necessary to prepare necessary documents such as order registration, invoices, contracts, bills of lading, meeting minutes and customs declarations. Also, it is very important to know the customs rules and regulations of the country of origin and the country of destination, as well as the restrictions and knowing the customs tariffs.


Import procedures generally include supplier selection, contract negotiation, receipt of proforma, payment according to agreement or through letters of credit where the bank is the guarantor of payment, receipt of shipping documents, customs declaration at the point of entry, payment of customs fees and handling fees. Governmental and non-governmental services according to the law of customs affairs, customs bond (if needed) and insurance, payment of import duties and taxes and freight to the desired warehouse.


Importing is a complex process, and international shipping specialists have a part of the responsibility to guide this process correctly and completely. They must have detailed information about customs laws, transportation regulations, required documents, and seasonal rules, and choose the best shipping method, which is influenced by dozens of parameters. In this article, we discuss about imports from Russia, Georgia, Azerbaijan and Armenia.


Russia is a country located in northeastern Europe and northwestern Asia. With an area of more than 17 million square kilometers, it is the largest country in the world. Russia shares borders with many countries such as Norway, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Poland, Belarus, Ukraine, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Mongolia, China, North Korea, etc., and this has made it one of the economic bases of the world. Be considered. The Russian economy is based on oil and gas, mining, steel and metals, machinery, agriculture and defense industry. Russia is known as one of the largest producers of oil and gas in the world and earns a lot of income from the export of these resources to other countries.


In the field of transportation, Russia plays a significant role as an international transportation center in its region and the Eurasian region, with complex road, railway, sea and air routes. Due to the proximity of our country Iran to Russia in terms of geography and having effective and friendly strategic relations, imports from this country have been developed recently. All kinds of wood, agricultural products such as fertilizers, drilling and mineral pipes, all kinds of metals, paper and dozens of other items are among the items that enter our country from Russia.


But what is the method of transporting goods for imported items from Russia to our country Iran and what criteria affect the choice of transportation method? Certainly, the answer to this question requires a careful examination of various factors, such as the geographical location of the origin of loading and transportation facilities.


Among the important Russian cities from which imports to our country are made are Moscow, Saint Petersburg, Novosibirsk, Astrakhan, Makhachkala, Krasnodar, Rostov, Yekaterinburg, Kazan, Sochi, Samara, Yaroslavl, Ulyanovsk, Chelyabinsk, Krasnodar, Nizhny Novgorod, Perm, Vladikavkaz, Rostov-on-Don, Volga, Ekaterinburg, Prague, Belgorod, Kirov, Surgut, Tomsk, Volensk, Uzbeks, Ormet, Kaliningrad, Ryazan, Tuvla, Chelabinsk, Barnaul, Izhevsk, Kemerovo, Rostov-on-Don , Serapol, Samaraya, Vologda, Seltyuchinsk, Oya, Yevgeny, Kostroma, Kaluga, Volchansk, Veliky Novgorod, Murmansk, Veliky Loko, Veliky Gori, Novy Grod, Kalachinsk, Veliky Gori, Murmansk and… As you can see, depending on the city of the loading place and its geographical location, the shipping route is selected. Barman Tarabar Company has been able to play a significant role in importing from Russia to Iran by having private trucks and all kinds of normal and refrigerated wagons. Experienced experts, having the origin and destination of loading, have suggested several transportation methods along with their advantages and disadvantages, and you, the respected businessman, choose one of these suggested routes with sufficient knowledge.


For example, some import routes from Moscow, Russia to Iran-Tehran are suggested as follows:

Moscow-Derbent-Astara-Tehran (road)

– Moscow – Astara (rail) – Tehran (road)

Moscow – Astrakhan (by road) – Bandar Anzali or Amirabad (by sea) – Tehran (by road)

– Moscow – Novorossiysk (road) – Mersin (sea) – Bazargan – Tehran (road)

– As can be seen, at least 4 transportation methods were suggested for one route.

– In the same way, for importing from all Russian cities, we will offer you several shipping methods along with the shipping fee and the advantages and disadvantages of each method, and finally you will make the final decision.


Also, with more than 30 years of effective and practical presence in the market, Barman Tarabar company imports your goods from all cities of Georgia, such as Tbilisi, Kutaisi, Batumi, Restavi, Gori, Zagdidi, Marneholi, Borjomi, Sighnagi, Patara, Tskhinvali, Akhaltsikhe. , Sumterli, Taskheli, Kazbegi, Shekeh, Sinyukhe and… does Dear traders, you can entrust us with your imports from Azerbaijan (Baku, Ganja, Samgit, etc.) and Armenia (Yervan, etc.) and see the quality of our services.


Shipping from Russia

Road, sea, air and rail transportation to Russia

Moscow St. Petersburg Novosibirsk Yekaterinburg
Nizhny Novgorod Kazan Samara Omsk
Chelyabinsk Rostov Ufa Volgograd
Perm Krasnoyarsk Voronezh Saratov
Tulyati Barnaul Izhusk Yaroslavl
Ulyanovsk Ryazan Khabarovsk Irkutsk
Vladivostok Tyumen Novokuznetsk Orenburg
Kemerov Astrakhan Lipetsk Tomsk
Makhachkala Kaliningrad Sochi Sarapol



Shipping from Georgia

Road, sea, air and rail transportation to Georgia

Tbilisi Kutaisi Batumi Senaki
Rustavi Zugdidi Khashuri Zestaponi
Gori Putti Samtredia Tel Aviv



Freight from Azerbaijan

Road, sea, air and rail transportation to the Republic of Azerbaijan

Baku Ganja Sumqayit Shirvan
Nakhchivan Sheki Yolak Bilehsavar
Haji Qabul Astara Aghdash Salian



Shipping from Armenia

Land, road, air and combined transportation to Armenia

Yerevan Gyumri Vanadzor Ijevan
Ararat Abuvian Kapan Gavar
Masis Armavir Artashat Goris