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  • 21 March 2019

Brexit agreement


Carriers in the United Kingdom can continue to carry goods between the United Kingdom and the EU (and Norway) using licenses for operators in the United Kingdom for the remainder of 2019 (without the need for ECMT authorization).

However, there are some new restrictions on EU (Member State to Member State) cross-border trade and cabotage.

In the first months of “Brexit without an agreement”, there are two trips within seven days of the end of the international transport – for the next three months, only one trip will be allowed within seven days. ECMT permits will be required for shipments / pick-ups to third countries.

Duncan Buchanan, Director of the RHA Strategy for England and Wales, said: “Confirmation of the agreement is very useful if there is a ‘Brexit without agreement’ option.

Most international road haulage services in the United Kingdom and the EU can move without complications due to the need for an ECMT authorization, which means that many operators will no longer need the authorizations granted to them.

“Another win is that there should be enough ECMT permits to meet the demand for transit from third countries. RHA now calls on DfT to review its allocation plans for short-term permits so that they are easily accessible to all operators who need them. “

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  • 13 December 2018

Marine industry expect major changes


The shipbuilding industry is facing significant changes: from 1 January 2020, ships can only use fuels with a maximum sulfur content of 0.5%. The current standard is fuels with an upper sulfur limit of 3.5%. The so-called IMO 2020 Regulation is the first in a series of measures by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) aimed at reducing marine pollution. The use of low-sulfur fuel will be a key transport solution that meets the IMO 2020 target. In the short term, it is a more environmentally friendly solution.

The introduction of this regulation will significantly improve the environmental footprint of industry. Assuming a price difference (0.5 percent LSFO) of about $ 250 per tonne between heavy fuel oil (HSFO) and low sulfur fuel by 2020, shipowners expect additional costs of about $ 1 billion in the first years. .

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  • 09 November 2018

Increasing tolls for trucks


At the end of October this year, the German parliament hit an increase in tolls for all trucks. The change comes into force on 1 January 2019. According to current assumptions, this could mean income to the state treasury of 2.5 billion euros (approximately 64.7 billion CZK). The new equipment will mainly concern all large and noisy vehicles, which in this case means trucks.

According to the DPA, only electric or gas trucks will be exempt from tolls. For the sake of completeness, it should be added that from July 2017, mandatory tolls were extended to all local roads in Germany. The goal of the July and October measures is quite clear – to obtain additional funding. Based on current models, this will mean 7.2 billion euros, which is about 2.5 billion euros more than now.

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  • 15 August 2018

Where can you visit us?


Do you want to honor us with your visit, or to meet people with whom you communicate daily by phone or e-mail? Then there is nothing easier than to approach us in person. SÜD-LOG Ltd. can be found in České Budějovice at Pekárenská 255/77 Street in the GW Jihotrans complex. You can visit us on any working day from 8:00 to 16:00.

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  • 04 May 2018

Information on GDPR


Dear clients, we would like to inform you that our company processes any personal data in accordance with Act No. 101/2000 Coll., On the protection of personal data, as amended, (hereinafter the “Act”), and from 25. 05 2018 also in accordance with Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data (“GDPR”).

We assure you that SÜD-LOG Ltd. it does not primarily collect the personal data of its customers, and if it has such data at its disposal, it collects it only for justified purposes and only for a limited period of time. All personal data is protected by the maximum possible level of security and is immediately deleted at the end of its period of use.

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  • 20 April 2018

Germany will expand toll collection


In Germany, as part of the process of centralizing and expanding toll collection, new rules will apply from 1 July 2018. The number of kilometers of tolled sections for trucks with a total weight of 7.5 tonnes or more will increase by 40,000 kilometers. Carriers will pay tolls on a total of 55,000 kilometers of first-class motorways and state roads.

In addition to the existing toll gates on motorways, new control posts will be installed on all first-class roads for automated toll control. The terminals for manual toll payment will also change. 1100 new generation terminals, the replacement of which has already begun, will be installed at 600 locations. It will now also be possible to book tolls for your route via the mobile application. The on-board units (OBUs) will display the number of axles and the weight of the set instead of the price. The information was published by Eurowag, a major provider of payment solutions for road mobility in Europe.

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