The Ministry of Finance plans to develop a platform for sending, receiving, managing, and storing e-waybills. The e-Waybill system is planned to be integrated with the E-Invoicing system (SEF).
The e-waybills will be validated, stored, and delivered to the recipient through the Central Registry of e-Waybills (SCR).
There will be two types of e-waybills:
- External: will accompany the transport of goods between the supplier and the buyer, who are two different legal entities.
- Internal: will accompany the transport of goods from one location to another of the same legal entity.
After delivery of the goods, the e-receipt will be generated and sent to the Central Registry of e-Waybills (SCR) for validation. The approved e-receipt will be further sent to the supplier.
The idea is that taxpayers will be able to access the e-Waybill system directly or via the E-Invoicing platform (SEF). There will be also mobile applications provided.
It is expected that the E-Waybill system will be made available in 2025.