Raised thresholds for declarations for EU intra-community dispatches and arrivals to Denmark
Denmark has raised its Intrastat reporting thresholds to the following levels:
- Arrivals DKK 22m (previously 13m); and
- Dispatches DKK 11m (previously 10m).
The Intrastat electronic reporting form requires data including: goods description; commodity code; delivery terms; mode of transport; countries of destination and origin; weight and or quantity; invoice value.
You can review EU country Intrastat thresholds here.
From January 2022 Intrastat requires addition information:
- country of origin for dispatches
- The VAT identification number of the recipient of the goods dispatched.
Intrastat captures the movement of goods – sales or own goods – between EU member states. It was introduced in 1993 with the launch of the single market and ending of internal customs borders tracking.
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