Romania: More Details on E-Transport System

Enis Gencer
May 10, 2022

The National Agency for Fiscal Administration (ANAF) published a draft order introducing further details about the RO e-Transport system.

According to Article 1 para. 3 of the draft order, categories of road vehicles that are monitored in the RO e-Transport system are those that;

a. Have a maximum authorized mass (MAM) of at least 3.5 tons, and

b. Loaded with high fiscal risk goods with a total gross mass of a minimum of 500 Kg or a total value of more than 10,000 Lei (appx. 2.000 Euros)

The transportation of high fiscal risk goods will not be declared in the RO e-Transport system if the transportation does not fall within the scope described above.

According to the draft order, taxpayers will use the system through API or the application provided by the Ministry of Finance. To issue a transport document, taxpayers will transmit an XML file to the platform. Following the transmission, the system will perform some checks (structure, syntax, and semantics), and the Ministry of Finance will apply its signature confirming the receipt of the transport document.

The draft order is now open to public discussion until 14 May. The order will be enacted and published in the official gazette following this period.

ANAF previously issued a draft order and established the categories of high-fiscal risk products for e-Transport system. Draft Order was enacted and published in the official gazette on 3 May 2022. The only difference between the draft and published order is the addition of the following category as a high fiscal risk good:

Cast iron, iron and steel falling within CN codes 7213 and 7214
Read our blog post to learn more about the scope and how the system works.

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Enis Gencer

Enis Gencer is Regulatory Counsel at Sovos and is based in Istanbul, Turkey. With experience in compliance and legal consultancy he currently undertakes the legal monitoring and analysis of the regulations regarding electronic documents. Enis graduated from Istanbul University Faculty of Law.
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