Intra-Community Trade Declaration System / Help with online declaration

  1. 1 IDEV intra-Community trade declaration system
    1. 1.1 IDEV system requirements
    2. 1.2 IDEV Login
    3. 1.3 Registering for the IDEV online declaration of intra-Community trade data
    4. 1.4 IDEV main menu options (User Interface)
    5. 1.5 First steps after logging
    6. 1.6 Protection of data
  2. 2 General information about intra-Community trade
    1. 2.1 Up-to-date
    2. 2.2 Aids and useful documents
    3. 2.3 Changes to foreign trade statistics from 2022
  3. 3 Form declaration for intra-Community trade statistics
    1. 3.1 CSV imports
  4. 4 Form declaration by third parties for intra-Community trade statistics
  5. 5 Correction of intra-Community trade statistics
    1. 5.1 Correction form
    2. 5.2 Replace or cancel of a File declaration via the Report history
    3. 5.3 Correcting of a Form declaration via the Report history
  6. 6 File declaration for intra-Community trade statistics
    1. 6.1 File declarations in ASCII format
    2. 6.2 File declarations in INSTAT/XML format
    3. 6.3 eSTATISTIK.core file declaration
    4. 6.4 Deadlines
  7. 7 The IDES Intra-Community Trade Data Capture Software
    1. 7.1 System requirements
    2. 7.2 Program download
    3. 7.3 Suggested solutions
  8. 8 Index (IDEV intra-Community trade declaration system)
    1. A
    2. B-C
    3. D
    4. E
    5. F-G
    6. H-J
    7. K-L
    8. M
    9. N-O
    10. P-Q
    11. R
    12. S
    13. T
    14. U-V
    15. W-X
  9. 9 Application for simplified reporting
  10. 10 Frequently Asked Questions and answers regarding the collection of intra-Community trade data
    1. 10.1 Principles of the obligation to provide information
    2. 10.2 Questions regarding the obligation to provide information about intra-Community trade
    3. 10.3 Questions about the transmission of intra-Community trade data
  11. 11 Contacts for information on foreign trade

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Material code

The Federal Statistical Office provides a material code that is an alphanumerical code which is required to identify the declaration files. See also "Request a material code".

 

Member State of Consignment

Indicate the Member state of the European Union from which the goods were sent to Germany as the Member State of destination. If the Member State of consignment is not known, the Member State of purchase may be entered. The Member State of purchase is the Member State of residence of the party (the seller) with whom the trade contract, not the transport contract, leading to the delivery of the goods in Germany was concluded. The codes to be used are the ISO-Alpha-2 country codes of the Country Nomenclature for the External Trade Statistics.

See Current version of the Country Nomenclature (only in the German language) for the External Trade Statistics.

 

Member State of destination

Indicate the Member State where the goods are moved to be used or consumed, treated or processed. If the Member State of destination is not known, the EU Member State known as the last country to which the goods are to be dispatched is considered the Member State of destination. The code to be indicated is the ISO-Alpha-2 country code of the Country Nomenclature for the External Trade Statistics.

See Current version of the Country Nomenclature (only in the German language) for the External Trade Statistics.

 

Mode of transport

Statistisches Bundesamt G 305-14 9 Mode of transport at the external borderEnter the means of transport at the German border. The following codes should be used:

Sea transport

1

Railway transport

2

Air transport

4

Postal consignments*

5

Fixed transport installations

7

Inland waterway transport

8

Own propulsion

9


*If the cross-border means of transport used by a postal service is known (e.g. transport by air - 4), it should be indicated in the declaration.

Note: Postal services also include private courier and parcel services.