Sending and receiving invoices

Last changed: 02 November 2021

On this page you find information on how SLU can send and receive invoices.

SLU can send and receive invoices as e-invoices (in the formats Peppol and Svefaktura). We can also send invoices as pdf-files by email and hardcopy by post.

Sending invoices to SLU

SLU must be invoiced by e-invoice

E-invoices via Peppol is the preferred method

E-invoices to SLU should preferably be sent using the Peppol network. SLU can receive e-invoices in the formats PEPPOL BIS Billing ver 3. 

SLU's Peppol ID is 0007: 2021002817.

E-invoices via other channels

For suppliers who are able send e-invoices in the format Svefaktura 1.0

SLU also accepts e-invoices in the format Svefaktura 1.0. Suppliers not yet registered in PEPPOL may send us Svefaktura 1.0 invoices if the company uses an operator who has an interconnection agreement with SLU's operator Visma Proceedo. When sending Svefaktura invoices, you must state one of SLU's identification codes in the invoice, you will find theese further down this page. Please note that Svefaktura 1.0 will no longer be accepted after April 1, 2021. We therefore recommend you to send us PEPPOL invoices if you have the possibility. 

See the document How to send electronic invoices to the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences for more information. 

For suppliers who don't send e-invoices yet - The supplier portal Proceedo Supplier Center

Suppliers who do not send e-invoices yet or, for some other reason, are unable to send e-invoices via the channels above, can use Visma Proceedo's supplier portal Proceedo Supplier Center. In the supplier portal, the supplier register the invoices manually and send them as e-invoices to us.

To start using the supplier portal, please contact us at

See the document How to send electronic invoices to the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences for more information. 


If you have any questions on how to send e-invoices to SLU, do not hesitate to contact   

Electronic identification code

If the invoice is not registered in the supplier portal, a special identification code must be stated in the invoice in order for the e-invoice to reach us. The code has several names, e.g. e-address, EDI code, parts ID or GLN code.

SLU has three identification codes (only one of them should be stated in the invoice):

  • 2021002817. This number is SLU's registration number and we can always receive invoices with this code. Invoices via PEPPOL must also have the prefix 0007. The code is then 0007: 2021002817.
  • SE202100281701. The code equals SLU's VAT number. This code cannot be used when sending invoices via PEPPOL.
  • 7340102300008. This code is SLU's GLN number. Some financial / business systems require a GLN code to be able to send an e-invoice and in these cases, this code is to be entered. The code cannot be specified if the invoice is to go via PEPPOL.

Invoice address and references

Even though invoices to SLU must be sent electronically, this address must be included on the invoice:

SLU Fakturamottagning
Box 7090
750 07 Uppsala

Make sure the address field only contains the invoice address.  The invoice reference should be entered in a separate field (see the section on invoice reference).

If, for some reason, you need to give the name of the person ordering the goods or service as part of the address, make sure the name is entered after the address. If the name of the person ordering is given before the address, this person, not SLU, is considered the addressee. This means that the invoice may not be paid. Instead, the person ordering will be personally responsible for ensuring payment.  

Invoice reference

  • If there is an order number, starting with the letters PO (a purchasing order that has been issued by the Proceedo e-purchasing system), give this as the invoice reference.

  • If there is no order number, instead state the invoice reference code of the person ordering the goods/service in the client reference field. An SLU invoice reference code consists of three digits and three letters, such as 123ABC.

  • Only enter the reference code, no other text. For example, write "123ABC", not "Ref: 123ABC".

  • The supplier needs to enter the reference in a separate field in their invoicing system. All invoicing systems have a field for client reference, and this is the field that should be used. That way, the reference will appear in the correct place on the invoice and it will be possible for the SLU invoicing system, to automatically identify the reference.  

Other types of invoices

As of 1 April 2019, all purchases in the public sector must be invoiced electronically. A pdf file does not count as an e-invoice.

This means that purchases made by SLU after 1 April 2019 must not be invoiced by email or by post.

The new requirement does not apply retroactively, which means that if you entered into an agreement with SLU before 1 April 2019 and the agreement does not specify e-invoicing, you can continue to send invoices as long as the purchases are covered by that agreement. Hardcopy invoices by post should be sent to the invoice address stated above and pdf invoices by email should be sent to

Sending invoices from SLU

SLU can send invoices in three different ways:

  1. Electronic invoices in the format PEPPOL or Svefaktura

  2. A pdf file by email

  3. Hardcopy by post

If a customer wants to receive an e-invoice they must contact

Payment forms via Proceedo

These forms can only be used for in-house transactions.

All "payment via Proceedo" forms (see the page forms - in Swedish only, contact your financial administrator if you want help), including any appendices, is to be emailed to  Remember that the form and any appendices must be sent as one file.


As of 1 April 2019, there is a legal requirement that all purchases in the public sector be invoiced by electronic invoice (e-invoice). This means that all purchases made by SLU after 1 April must be invoiced by e-invoice. You will find more information on the page Mandatory e-invoices in the public sector.