Transport changes in Germany

Already next year, hauliers will have to bear additional costs. From January 2021, the rate for emitting one tonne of CO2 in Germany will be 25 euros. By 2025 it will rise to 55 euros, in 2026 – to 65 euros.
It is assumed that the fee will be introduced for refineries and gas suppliers. Ultimately, however, the increase in fees will affect end users. Gasoline and diesel prices will increase: according to the Federal Ministry of the Environment, from 2021 gas will be more expensive by about 7 cents / liter, diesel – by 8 cents / liter.

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Transport in 2021

The transportation of goods is an essential factor in the smooth operation of economies around the world. Since the start of the pandemic, the transport sector has shown great perseverance, despite some companies facing up to half as many orders.

In 2021, transport companies will continue to optimize their working methods to the new conditions. All the more so as the industry faces new challenges such as changes in trade relations within the EU and with the UK, additional restrictions on travel within Europe or stricter requirements on drivers’ working hours.
To support road hauliers, we have prepared an overview of the main changes in the transport industry in 2021, about which more is known every day and for which it is worth preparing now.

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