Electronic follow-up of Customs’ authorisation processing to be introduced

As of 3 June 2013, Customs’ authorisation customers can keep track of the processing of their authorisation applications through a new electronic transaction channel, as Customs introduces the Customs Authorisations service.
>> Log in to Customs Authorisations (service available in Finnish and Swedish)


Businesses and private persons can submit declarations to Customs electronically. Web services are suitable for customers with occasional declarations.

Do it online
AREX (entry and exit summary declarations)

EMCS (movements under duty suspension)

Web Export (export declarations)

Web Transit (transit declarations)

Web Veivi (Create an excise declaration and submit it to Customs (available only in Finnish and Swedish))

Customs forms

>> Customs forms in English (pdf)

Regular customers can submit their declarations directly from their own information systems. Customers can send EDIFACT and XML messages from their own systems.

>> Message exchange

You can follow the development of the eServices of Finnish Customs at

>> Projects

Latest releases - eServices

15.11.2013  Information for web declarants on changes to Customs user interfaces »
15.11.2013  Information for Message Declarants on Changes in the Customs Systems »
03.10.2013  Customs’ production interface for direct message exchange to be updated on 30 November 2013 »
27.09.2013  Customs’ direct message exchange to be extended to import and transit in 2014 »
13.09.2013  Updates of customs office codes and changing over to a message description version that enables correction and cancellation messages within export »
27.06.2013  Valid customs office codes required for declarations to be accepted »
20.06.2013  The codes for the customs offices of Kaskinen and Pietarsaari can no longer be used in customs declarations »