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The presence of Poland in the European Community means imposing the reporting obligation on business units involved in trade with the EU Member States. This obligation consists in submitting to customs administration, in required form and manner, information on trade in commodities with the EU Member States.

The INSTASTAT system was introduced in Poland on May 1st, 2004.

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Obligatory regulations in 2024

1. The statistical thresholds currently in force:

basic threshold:

    for arrivals 6.200.000 PLN
    for dispatches 2.800.000 PLN

detailed threshold:

    for arrivals 103.000.000 PLN
    for dispatches 150.000.000 PLN

2. Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2023/2364 of 26 September 2023 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 2023/2364 of 31.10.2023).

3. From 1 March 2017, the authority competent in matters of INTRASTAT declarations is the Director of the Tax Administration Chamber in Szczecin. INTRASTAT declaration must be sent to:

the Tax Administration Chamber in Szczecin
Central Intrastat Department
Lubieszyn 11i
Dołuje 72-002
Fax: 48 91 425-16-73

Service available in English:
Phone: 48 91 425-16-54

In addition, the Tax Administration Chamber in Szczecin, takes over the case of calls, reminders and procedures on the financial penalty on INTRASTAT declarations.
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