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The ability to cater for the Deposit Return Scheme (DRS) to comply with legislation in the Republic of Ireland

The Republic of Ireland's new Deposit Return Scheme (DRS) will go live on Thursday 1 February 2024. Producers and manufacturers of drinks or those who sell them online have a role to play in the new scheme.

Under Irish DRS legislation, a producer is defined as any person, irrespective of the selling technique used, who is first to place in-scope products on the market in ROI.

The DRS process begins with the producer. For every in-scope drink the producer places on the market, they will pay an additional deposit fee.

For suppliers transacting with many retailers (customers) via EDI in a B2B supply chain there is a requirements to process the item sale and DRS charge as a single line, but they carry different VAT rates.

  • Steve Boyes
  • Jan 15 2024
  • Delivered
Idea Benefit Allows users to continue to transact via EDI
How do you solve for this problem today? A complete workaround solution has not yet been identified.
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