Commentary

22 EU regulation of international carriage of goods

CARRIERS vol 6(1)B
| Commentary

22 EU regulation of international carriage of goods

| Commentary

22 EU regulation of international carriage of goods

Any operator established within a member state and holding a standard international operator’s licence, or the equivalent in other member states, is entitled to carry out international haulage within the EU without further qualification1. The member state of establishment must issue sufficient certified copies of the licence to be carried in each relevant vehicle confirming the operator’s licensing status2. The copy licence constitutes evidence of entitlement, subject to the requirement that where cabotage is being undertaken, certain particulars of the cabotage loads can be produced3. It is the responsibility of the competent

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