To make our handling of supplier invoices more efficient, Alumeco Group decided to move from paper and PDF invoices to electronic invoices.
This means that Alumeco Group will no longer accept invoices sent by letter or e-mail. Electronic invoices sent from a network service provider and/or the Peppol infrastructure will be accepted (Manual 1-2-1 connections are not an option).
Advantages with electronic invoices
Electronic invoices are immediately transmitted, fully traceable and secure, which eliminates the risk of missing invoices and delayed payments.
Environmentally friendly – the reduced use of paper helps you meet your environmental goals.
Please state the VAT registration number of the seller and buyer.
When an invoice is based on a purchase order, the order number must be specified on item level. The Alumeco Group purchase order number has 9 digits and start with “12”. If possible, please also state the purchase order line number.
If a buyer material number/buyer article number can be provided, it is also considered to be useful information.
If the invoice is not based on a purchase order, the invoice requires a reference to the buyer contact person at Alumeco Group.
Charges/surcharges relating to the complete shipment (e.g. freight, insurance, packaging, toll) should be stated at header level. Charges related to a specific item (e.g. certificate) should be stated at item level.
If possible, please include a PDF version of the invoice as an embedded attachment to the EDI invoice.
NB! Please remember that the electronic invoice will replace the printed/PDF invoice, which is why the electronic invoice must include all information demanded by local laws.
Alumeco Group companies, which use electronic invoices