Direct message exchange
In direct message exchange the declarant sends XML messages to Customs via Internet. For sending the messages the company must have a certificate granted by the Population Register Centre of Finland which is subject to charge.
Customs form “934e – Application for message exchange with Finnish Customs” is used when applying for authorisation to use direct message exchange tulli.fi/en/e-services/services/message-exchange. The Customs testing official contacts the customer and agrees on testing the system. After approved testing Customs grants authorisation for sending declarations as XML messages.
If the information provider later detects faults in the data submitted, declaration sent as direct message can be corrigated with a correction form which you can find tulli.fi/en/intrastat/intrastat-declaration-service.