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Change of toll charges for national cargo transport
November 28. 2019

Change of toll charges for national cargo transport

Dear business partners,

As we have already advised you, we have to increase toll charges for national cargo transport, effective as of 1 January 2020. Beginning on 1 January 2020 the network of toll roads will be extended by almost 900 km. This represents more than 60% increase, which has a direct impact on transport costs.

Toll is a form of tax we cannot influence in its extent or height with the exception of introduction of cars with higher ecological standards. Still, this does not mean that we could avoid increase in toll charges.

Thank you for understanding.

We look forward to further cooperation.

For new price list, see here.

Your Geis team

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