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​​What you need to know about e-billing 

Online billing, or e-billing, is a free and easy way to view your billing documentation, wherever you are. No more waiting for invoices, credit notes and statements to arrive in the post, you can access documents online as soon as they’re ready. As long as you have an internet connection and a smartphone, tablet, laptop or computer, you can access e-billing whenever is convenient for you. Offering paperless billing also supports our sustainability agenda and ultimately our commitment to being Net Carbon Zero by 2050.

The e-billing service is provided by Swiss Post, separately to the Minster website. You’ll need to register for a login if you haven’t already. Make sure you have your Minster account number handy during registration. 

Sign in/Register to e-billing

Benefits of e-billing: 

  • 24/7 online access to your invoices, credit notes and statements
  • Helps you save time waiting for the post
  • Go paperless in just a few clicks
  • View document history from the last 13 months
  • Download and save documents with ease
  • You can set up multiple access users to view documents
  • View documents from all your STARK Building Materials UK Limited accounts

For queries, please contact our E-billing Team on email or telephone 02746 654080.

For issues related to specific invoices, credit notes and statements, please contact the branch at which the goods were purchased. This information can be found in the top left corner of your invoice.

Quick questions

​​​​​​​Can I use my Minster login details?

No, this is a service separate to You will need to register for e-billing, which you can at

Can I give my employees access to e-billing?

Yes, you can add multiple users to view your documents. There will need to be one ‘Primary’ user for tax purposes, but you can add several people to view and download information. 

How do I reset my password?

For the e-billing service, you can select ‘Forgot password’ on the log in page. You can also set up security questions in your User Profile, in the event you get locked out.