Do You trade with countries of European Union?
Get familiar with INTRASTAT System!
Accession of Poland to European Community means imposing a new reporting obligation on enterprises trading with EU Member States This obligation consists in submitting to customs administration, in required form and manner, information on trade in commodities with EU Member States.
The INSTASTAT system has been enforced in Poland on May 1st, 2004.
Visit also web site of the Ministry of Finance at http://www.finanse.mf.gov.pl/en/intrastat
Regulations in 2017 year obligatory
1. In year 2017 following statistical thresholds have been established:
for arrivals 3.000.000 PLN
for dispatches 2.000.000 PLN
for arrivals 50.000.000 PLN
for dispatches 93.000.000 PLN
2. Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2016/1821 of 6 October 2016 amending Annex I to Council Regulation (EEC) No 2658/87 on the tariff and statistical nomenclature and on the Common Customs Tariff (Official Journal of the European Union No L 294/1 of 28.10.2016)
3. From 1 February 2011, the customs authority competent in matters of INTRASTAT declarations is the Director of the Customs Chamber in Szczecin. INTRASTAT declaration must be sent to:
Customs Chamber in Szczecin
Section of INTRASTAT
Fax: 48 91 425-16-73
Service available in English:
Phone: 48 91 425-16-54
In addition, the Cumstoms Chamber in Szczecin, takes over the case of calls, reminders and procedures on the financial penalty on INTRASTAT declarations.
For more information, please visit www.szczecin.scelna.gov.pl
Business Convenience HELP DESK INTRASAT run by the Division of Central Support Systems HELP DESK at the Customs Chamber in Katowice 01.02.2014 amended the phone number to a hotline for inter alia INTRASTAT system.
Customs Chamber Katowice - Help desk department
ul. Bielska 47a;
(48 33) 483 20 55 (only in the country)
(48 33) 85-76-355 (overseas, service available only in Polish language)
Fax number: (48 33) 483 20 55
INTRASTAT HELP DESK task is to answer methodological and IT queries in terms of INTRASTAT reporting obligation.