Programme stickers to mark project equipment

To assist the beneficiaries meeting the Programme communication and visibility requirements, JTS produced stickers to mark supplies and equipment purchased during the project implementation. It is the Programme mandatory requirement (section 10.3) to mark any equipment and supplies purchased by the project. The marking should clearly identify the item and bear the following:

  • Programme visual identity
  • Phrase about financial support in English and in the official language of the respective participating country.

Such identification must remain in place at least 5 years after the date of the balance payment to the Programme. So, JTS developed 2 types of durable small sized (44 mm x 76 mm) stickers:

  • for beneficiaries from Latvia – containing relevant text in English and Latvian
  • for beneficiaries from Russia – containing relevant text in English and Russian

! These stickers may not be suitable for marking the equipment that will be regularly used or placed outdoor (park benches, digital information panels, bicycles, boats etc.). Therefore, beneficiaries who are planning or have already purchased such equipment must ensure appropriate durable marking.

Please contact your Info Manager to inform about the required amount and type of stickers (ENG/LV or ENG/RU). We will send the stickers by post or you can collect them at the JTS main office in Riga or at the branch offices in Pskov and St. Petersburg.

Some tips for marking equipment and supplies can be found here (slides 39-42).

In addition, we will provide one small desk flag with the Programme visual identity to each project Lead beneficiary to be displayed at project events (such as conferences, workshops, meetings, seminars, training courses etc.).

For any questions please contact us!

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