EDI systems, list of approved systems
Below you will find a list of approved EDI systems for interchanging data with Swedish Customs. The list is presented in alphabetical order.
Swedish Customs has divided customs declaration systems into two categories: approved EDI systems and in-house developed EDI systems (also known as “non-approved” systems).
An approved EDI system is a standard system developed by a system supplier, which is tested by Swedish Customs and approved according to specific criteria. It is tested in Swedish Customs’s testing environment and has a system description that meets Swedish Customs’s requirements.
The category “in-house developed” or “non-approved” EDI systems is for systems that the license holders have developed, that have not undergone testing and thus do not have the status of “approved EDI system”.
The main difference for license holders who purchase an approved EDI system is that the testing system is made simpler. Those who use an in-house developed EDI system are required to conduct tests that correspond to the system suppliers’ tests and they are required to submit a system description for testing.
Choose which EDI system you need
Contact the system suppliers below to find out which system is best suited to your needs. You can also choose an in-house developed EDI system. Once you have made your choice, you can take the next step and apply for an EDI license.
Last modified: 2017-10-30