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Electronic Invoices from Danish and Foreign Companies 

21.10.2015  15:46

Electronic invoices from Danish Companies

As previously announced, The Danish Agency for Modernisation has reported that with effect from 1 April 2015 electronic invoices from Danish companies must include the name and email address of the contact person in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. If the electronic invoice does not contain this information it will be returned to sender. It is therefore requested that this information on the contact person is provided in the space named “Contact Information”.

Please refer to the geographical division of tasks listed on the Danida Business Contracts webpage for latest update on contact persons. Note that changes to the list have been made 1 October 2015.

Please also note that the following information is required for invoices from Danish companies: the Ministry file no., contract no. as well as name and email address of the contact person. In addition, it should be made clear whether it is a final invoice.
For Danish companies in the Read-In-Service Center it is also a requirement that EAN No. 5798000005600 as well as banking information and CVR number appear from the invoice.

 

Electronic invoices from Foreign Companies

Electronic invoices from foreign companies are met with similar demands as the above mentioned.

Hence, electronic invoices from foreign companies must contain information about: the Ministry file no., contract no. as well as the name and email address of the contact person. In addition, it should be made clear whether it is a final invoice.

Opposite demands for invoices from Danish companies, invoices from foreign companies must also make sure that the following information appears from the invoice: IBAN and/or Swift Code, banking details as well as information about whether the account can receive Danish Kroner and in case not, which currency then.

If the above leads to any questions please contact Danida Business Contracts