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What is a GLN number and how do I use it?

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GLN stands for Global Location Number and is used in a 13-digit number string to identify companies or sites within a company. GLN may also be called a location code. This information is used to know exactly where your invoice will be delivered.

When sending e-invoices to you, some suppliers may contact you and ask for your GLN number. This is because other e-invoice operators may demand their client to provide with this information. Scroll down to the section Company to see your GLN number.


Search for other companies GLN number

 Pathway to InExchange Network Start/Connect company

Go to Connect company and write the name of the company that you're looking for and then click on the company name. 

You can find the GLN in the section Company information 


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