As a rule, Intrastat declarations only concern the goods movements between the Member States. Receipts and dispatches of Union goods are declared separately. Companies are only required to submit information in the Member State in which the goods physically arrive or from which they are physically dispatched. Receipts and dispatches that are free of charge and intra-Union subcontracting must also be reported.
The following data must be provided:
Basic Data to be Reported
Provider of information
Identification number of provider of information
Description of goods and commodity code as per the CN
Receiving and dispatching Member State
Country of origin
Region of origin or region of destination
Nature of transaction
Net mass in kilograms and (if applicable) supplementary unit as per the CN
Invoice amount without value added tax
Statistical value, if applicable
Unlike other Member States, Italy also collects data on the supply of services to or from other Member States as a part of the Intrastat declaration. To report the supply of services, the providers of information have to use codes from the nomenclature in the annex to Council Regulation (EC) No. 451/2008 establishing a new statistical classification of products by activity (CPA). This classification is also referred to as CPA 2008.
You can submit Intrastat declarations for services in Italy from SAP S/4HANA.