As of 1 April 2019, all purchases done in the public sector must be invoiced electronically (e-invoice). A pdf invoice does not count as an electronic invoice.
How this affects suppliers to MSB
As of 1 April 2019, suppliers must send electronic invoices when invoicing MSB for purchases.
This provision does not apply retroactively. If the supplier has signed an agreement with MSB before 1 April 2019 and this agreement does not require e-invoices, the supplier can continue to send paper invoices, provided that the invoices relate to that particular agreement.
This provision only covers invoicing of purchases. However, as we want as many invoices as possible to be sent to us as e-invoices, we prefer suppliers to send us e-invoices regardless of what the invoice is for.
Sending e-invoices to MSB
E-invoices* to MSB should be sent using the Peppol network. MSB's Peppol ID is 0007: 2021005984.
Suppliers who are unable to send via Peppol can send Svefaktura 1.0 to MSB via other channels.
* E-invoice standard PEPPOL BIS Billing ver 3, PEPPOL BIS 5 A ver 2 or Svefaktura 1.0.
The supplier portal Fakturaportal
If you do not send e-invoices yet or if you, for some other reason, are unable to send e-invoices via the channels above, you can use the supplier portal Fakturaportal. In the supplier portal, you register the invoices manually and send them as e-invoices to us.
If you want to start using the supplier portal, contact us at email@example.com
Invoice address and references
Even though invoices to MSB must be sent electronically, this address must be included on the invoice:
651 81 Karlstad
If you have any questions on how to send e-invoices to MSB, do not hesitate to contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Paper invoice address
If the supplier has signed an agreement with MSB before 1 April 2019 and this agreement does not require e-invoices, the supplier can continue to send paper invoices.
MSB address for paper invoice is:
C/O CogiDocs AB
737 26 FAGERSTA