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That question seems to be easy  and for many from the transport industry simply trivial, and the answer seems obvious. Nevertheless during conversations with drivers or freight forwarders this question is most common. Most of them immediately add that they know that it’s three times a week but they just want to make sure. What is my answer? My answer is always the same: Regulation (EC) No 561/2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 15 March 2006 on the harmonisation of certain social legislation relating to road transport and…


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A question I have often encountered during my carrier was – whether delivery to a particular location is profitable. And not in the understanding of a transport company, but  for a seller. That seller usually wants to be sure that deliveries to particular locations are profitable. If the cost of transport is not too high in relation to the value of delivered goods. One route, several delivery points, and how to define which drop has what share in the cost of a given route? I personally prefer the method below.   Let’s…


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It’s Friday, 3 pm. The phone is ringing. A customer’s truck has broken down and now he asks you to collect his products from a Munich trade fair. The fair ends at 5 pm. No time to hesitate, let’s get to it! We have a car nearby, it is big enough, we can take the products. You call the customer. 15 minutes later, everything is set – the car is to be ready at 5 pm. But then obstacles appear: it’s Friday, people are going back from work, the traffic is terrible, the fair has…


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Recently, we wrote about traffic restrictions in Poland ( and about how important it is to be up to date with them. However, we should remember that when carrying out international transport, we must be up to date with traffic restrictions in all countries through which we will be passing. It’s not easy, because in every country it looks different, for example, it can apply to vehicles with GVM over 7.5 t like e.g. in the Czech Republic or France, or GVM over 12 t, such as e.g. in…

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