For more efficient and eco-friendly management of supplier invoices, Svevia will only accept e-invoices as of January 1, 2015. We also require e-invoices as part of all our new agreements. If you want to send an e-invoice to Svevia, there are three different options to choose from:
The easiest and smoothest way of invoicing is if you have an accounting system that enables electronic invoicing directly from the ERP.
Many of the usual accounting systems today have this option and we are able to receive invoices in most formats on the market.
If you send us an e-invoice from your ERP, you don’t need to send a connection request first, but can send your first invoice immediately.
If you have questions about connection directly from your ERP, please contact:
InExchange, tel. +46 500-44 63 60
If you already have an e-invoice service and want to know more, you need to contact your service provider.
For information on GLN numbers, see Company and bank details.
If you don’t have an accounting system that enables electronic invoicing, you can easily register your invoices free of charge on the following web portal:
To send invoices via InExchange Web, you create an account free of charge at www.inexchange.se. When invoicing to the companies within the Svevia Group, it is free to send 100 invoices/year via InExchange Web Base service.
Want to know more or need help with getting started? You can read more in the InExchange Web User Guide.
If the free web portals don’t meet your requirements, you can also use InExchange Invoice Printer.
InExchange Invoice Printer is a printer program that helps you convert the invoices you create in your regular accounting system to e-invoices. Want to know more or need help with getting started? You can read more in the Invoice Printer User Guides:
To send invoices to us via the post or to send paper invoices, you must apply for an exemption. You can do this by sending an exemption application to firstname.lastname@example.org including the company name, corporate ID number and the reason why you cannot send an e-invoice.
Following your application, you will receive a response within two working days with a temporary exemption and information about where you can send your invoices. An evaluation will then be carried out to see if you need to keep the exemption. Long-term exemptions are granted extremely restrictively.
Invoices that are sent to Svevia must contain certain obligatory information. If the invoice is incomplete or incorrect, it will be returned. The page Invoice content requirements can provide information about what you need to include to ensure your invoice is correct.