Mandatory e-invoicing to the public sector in Sweden
Since 1 April 2019, all purchases within the public sector that are a result of public procurement are required by law to be electronically invoiced (e-invoicing).
Invoices to Sida
There are several ways to send electronic invoices. Sida can receive PEPPOL invoices and SVE invoices. Please observe that Sida does not accept invoice via e-mail.
All invoices, e-invoices as well as paper invoices, need to contain a valid order reference (ZZ-reference) and name of contact person at Sida.
If you as a supplier can send invoices via your business system, you can choose to send them to a different receiving address. Either it is a setting in your software, or you may instruct your operator of the new receiving address. Sida can receive invoices in PEPPOL and SVE format. Sida prefers invoices via PEPPOL.
PEPPOL address: 0007:2021004789
Part id for SVE invoice: 2021004789
Sida’s Global Location Number, GLN, is 7362021004782. Some invoice operators need this information in order to direct the e-invoice to the correct receiver.
E-invoice via Supplier Center (Visma Proceedo Supplier Center)
If you as a supplier is unable to send electronic invoices, you can use Visma Proceedo Supplier Center for free to register invoices manually. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send an invitation to the Supplier Center.
If you have an agreement signed with Sida before April 1, 2019 and that agreement does not require e-invoices, paper invoices can continuously be sent.
Billing address for paper invoices
ZZ-reference (order reference)
621 23 Visby
Payment reminders can be sent to
105 25 Stockholm
Corporate Tax and Value Added Tax
Sida's Corporate Tax no: 202100–4789
Sida's Value Added Tax no: SE202100478901