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Document updated: 2018-01-04


Until 1993, the main source of information for foreign trade statistic in the European Union was the customs declarations` data. On 1 January 1993, after the single European market was formed, a new data collection system called Intrastat has been implemented. Statistics on trade in goods between the Member States are now collected basing on the Regulation (EC) No 638/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 31 March 2004 and the Commission Regulation (EC) No 1982/2004 of 18 November 2004. The main objective of the Intrastat system is to collect data on trade flows between the EU Member States directly from the enterprises.

From the day of Lithuania's accession to the EU, Intrastat system has also been implemented in the country. Data on Lithuania's foreign trade were broken down into two parts: Extrastat and Intrastat. Extrastat – data on Lithuania's trade with non-EU Member States collection system. The main data source for this system is customs declarations` (Single Administrative Document) data.

According to the Resolution No 1086 of 10 July 2002 of the Government of the Republic of Lithuania on the foreign trade and the value added tax data collection procedure (OG, 2002, No 72-3034), the functions of Intrastat data collection and accumulation in Lithuania are performed by the Customs Department to the Ministry of Finance. Statistics Lithuania methodically supervises and coordinates all the work, related to Intrastat data collection, and prepares information about Lithuania's foreign trade basing on the data, collected by the Extrastat and Intrastat systems.

Why is Intrastat so important?

Intrastat's objective is provision of information about trade flows between the EU Member States. These data are a comprehensive source of information for the national institutions (Ministry of Economy, Ministry of Agriculture, Ministry of Finance, etc.), private companies and organisations, and individuals for planning of production, market surveys, forecasting and analysing the development of Lithuania's economy. Foreign trade (including trade with the EU Member States) data are extremely important for the Bank of Lithuania for compiling the balance of payments and national accounts.

Information, provided by Intrastat, is widely used by the EU institutions (European Commission, European Central Bank, etc.) and various international organisations. The Council of the European Union declared that information about trade between the EU Member States is of great importance for the process of development of the single market. International organisations, such as the United Nations Organisation, International Monetary Fund, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, World Trade Organisation, etc., also widely use the information, provided by the national statistical institutions.


Document updated: 2017-04-05


          

  Name of county

Code of county

1.

  Alytus county

A

2.

  Kaunas county

K

3.

  Klaipėda county

L

4.

  Marijampolė county

M

5.

  Panevėžys county

P

6.

  Šiauliai county

S

7.

  Tauragė county

J

8.

  Telšiai county

T

9.

  Utena county

U

10.

  Vilnius county

V

 

Code

Title

1

Sea transport

2

Rail transport

3

Road transport

4

Air transport

5

Postal consignment

7

Fixed transport installations

8

Inland waterway transport

9

Own propulsion

 

 

Meaning

Place to be indicated,
when required

Incoterm Code

Incoterm ICC/ECE, Geneva

EXW

Ex-works

Location of works

FCA

Free carrier

Agreed place

FAS

Free alongside ship

Agreed port of loading

FOB

Free on board

Agreed port of loading

CFR

Cost and freight (C&F)

Agreed port of destination

CIF
 

Cost, insurance and freight

Agreed port of destination
 

CPT

Carriage paid to

Agreed place of destination

CIP
 

Carriage and insurance paid to

Agreed place of destination
 

DAT
 

Delivered at terminal
 

Agreed terminal at port or place of destination

DAP

Delivered at place

Agreed place

DDP
 

Delivered duty paid
 

Agreed place of delivery in arriving country

XXX
 

Delivery terms other than the above

Precise statement of terms specified in the contract


On 1 January 2011, the ICC's Incoterms 2010 came into force.

In the new version, compared to the ICC's Incoterms 2000, two new Incoterms codes – DAT (Delivered at terminal) and DAP (Delivered at place) – are used instead of DAF (Delivered at frontier), DES (Delivered ex-ship), DEQ (Delivered ex-quay), and DDU (Delivered duty unpaid).

 

Meaning

Place to be indicated,
when required

Incoterm Code

Incoterm ICC/ECE Geneva

EXW

Ex-works

Location of works

FCA

Free carrier

Agreed place

FAS

Free alongside ship

Agreed port of loading

FOB

Free on board

Agreed port of loading

CFR

Cost and freight (C&F)

Agreed port of destination

CIF
 

Cost, insurance and freight

Agreed port of destination
 

CPT

Carriage paid to

Agreed place of destination

CIP

Carriage and insurance paid to

Agreed place of destination
 

DAF

Delivered at frontier

Agreed place of delivery at frontier

DES

Delivered ex-ship

Agreed port of destination

DEQ
 

Delivered ex-quay
 

After customs clearance, agreed port

DDU
 

Delivered duty unpaid
 

Agreed place of destination in arriving country

DDP
 

Delivered duty paid
 

Agreed place of delivery in arriving country

XXX
 

Delivery terms other than the above

Precise statement of terms specified in the contract


Additional information (if required)
  1) place located in the territory of the Member State concerned;
  2) place located in another Member State;
  3) other (place located outside the Community)

Name of the country

 Code of the country

  Ireland

IE

  Austria

AT

  Belgium

BE

  Bulgaria

BG

  Czech Republic

CZ

  Denmark

DK

  Estonia

EE

  Greece

GR

  Spain

ES

  Italy

IT

  United Kingdom

GB

  Cyprus

CY

  Croatia

HR

  Latvia

LV

  Poland

PL

  Lithuania

LT

  Luxembourg

LU

  Malta

MT

  Netherlands

NL

  Portugal

PT

  France

FR

  Romania

RO

  Slovakia

SK

  Slovenia

SI

  Finland

FI

  Sweden

SE

  Hungary

HU

  Germany

DE

 

   Name of the country

  Code of the country

  Ireland

IE

  Austria

AT

  Belgium

BE

  Bulgaria

BG

  Czech Republic

CZ

  Denmark

DK

  Estonia

EE

  Greece

GR

  Spain

ES

  Italy

IT

  United Kingdom

GB

  Cyprus

CY

  Latvia

LV

  Poland

PL

  Lithuania

LT

  Luxembourg

LU

  Malta

MT

  Netherlands

NL

  Portugal

PT

  France

FR

  Romania

RO

  Slovakia

SK

  Slovenia

SI

  Finland

FI

  Sweden

SE

  Hungary

HU

  Germany

DE

 

 Name of the country

Code of the country

  Ireland

IE

  Austria

AT

  Belgium

BE

  Czech Republic

CZ

  Denmark

DK

  Estonia

EE

  Greece

GR

  Spain

ES

  Italy

IT

  United Kingdom

GB

  Cyprus

CY

  Latvia

LV

  Poland

PL

  Lithuania

LT

  Luxembourg

LU

  Malta

MT

  Netherlands

NL

  Portugal

PT

  France

FR

  Slovakia

SK

  Slovenia

SI

  Finland

FI

  Sweden

SE

  Hungary

HU

  Germany

DE

 

Information on this webpage is not translated into English.

 

  

 
Statistics Lithuania Foreign Trade Statistics Division

 


Head of Foreign Trade Statistics Division Irena Jocienė
Tel. (+370 5) 236 4963
E-mail irena.jociene@stat.gov.lt,
intrastat@stat.gov.lt

 

Deputy Head of Foreign Trade Statistics Division Gitana Vanagaitė
Tel. (+370 5) 236 4832
E-mail gitana.vanagaite@stat.gov.lt

osp.stat.gov.lt

 


Customs Department under the Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Lithuania Statistics Analysis Division

 


Head of Statistics Analysis Division Audronė Jarockytė
Tel. (+370 5) 266 6056
E-mail audrone.jarockyte@lrmuitine.lt


Chief inspector of Statistics Analysis Division  Viktorija  Malinovskaja
Tel. (+370 5) 266 6060
E-mail viktorija.malinovskaja@lrmuitine.lt

 


Statistical Analysis Division's remote workplaces:

 


Vilnius
Tel. (+370 5) 235 6398
Tel. (+370 5) 235 6371
Tel. (+370 5) 235 6385

 

Kaunas
Tel. (+370 37) 304 289

 

Klaipėda
Tel. (+370 46) 393 546
Tel. (+370 46) 393 533

 

Šiauliai
Tel. (+370 41) 540 007

Email intrastatas@lrmuitine.lt


Document updated: 2018-04-06