Tullverket

Application procedure

In order to send and receive EDI-messages to Swedish Customs your company must fulfill the following steps:

1. Chose an EDI-system

Your company may either choose to buy a system which has undergone already approved tests by Swedish Customs, or develop an in-house system. In the application all technical details for the EDI-system must be stated.

2. Apply for the EDI-messages your company requires.

404.6 Application for authorisation to submit electronic documents to Swedish Customs (docx)Word

404.6. Application for authorisation to submit electronic documents to Swedish Customs (pdf)PDF

To submit Entry summary declarations (ENS) you must apply for the authorization TVEUS. Please read more in the Guidelines for ENS.

Application for authorisation to submit ENS, TV 404.23PDF

Application for authorisation to submit ENS, TV 404.23Word

3. Register contact persons authorised to administer signature certificates.

When applying for an authorization you must also register one or more contact persons to administer your PKI signature certificates.

Registration or withdrawal of contact person authorised to administer signature certificates, TV 404.36PDF

Registration or withdrawal of contact person authorised to administer signature certificates, TV 404.36Word

Most companies need to install two types of signature certificates for their EDI system. The Swedish Customs Signature Certificate can be downloaded from www.tullverket.se. The Company Signature Certificate must be requested from Swedish Customs following a specified procedure.

4. Perform and get approval on finals tests of your EDI-system.

To ensure that the communication and signature certificates and system are initiated correctly.

5. Swedish Customs issues a Production permit.

The permit is a confirmation allowing your company to send the approved EDI- messages in production.

Last modified: 2018-12-13



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