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All airlines and AOC holders, registered in Bulgaria benefit of the country’s EU membership and all connected Single Sky and Open Skies agreements. Country’s location is quite beneficial as it is almost in the middle on the route between the large airport hubs of the Middle East (Dubai, Doha etc.) and Western Europe’s largest airports (Frankfurt, Paris, London). […]

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If you have problems with DVSA or have lost your Operator’s licence in UK or Ireland we can bring you back in business under Bulgarian O-licence. This route is successful only if you are not breaching the EU cabotage rules (e.g. 3 local jobs within 7 days, following international journey). Transportation on own account However if you […]

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As transport lawyers, we’ve been watching very closely the updates in the Bulgarian and European road transport legislation and the operator’s licence regime in particular. The trend in all EU countries is governments to put more pressure on international hauliers, in order to protect the local ones. Luckily, European legislation is not that easy to go […]

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In their attempt to lower and optimise costs, road transport companies in Europe are trying to apply a cross border truck rental schemes to their international business. One of the most common mistakes is renting trucks, registered in one EU member state to a haulage operator (holder of community authorisation), registered in another member state. […]

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Hiring HGV drivers from Eastern Europe (Bulgaria, Romania, Lithuania, Latvia etc) can be a major benefit for any UK or Irish haulier. The obvious reason for this is the lower wage the HGV drivers from those countries will agree to take and the time spend on the truck will be more compared to their Western […]

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Recently we have established MH Think Ltd., a UK road transport consultancy, providing re-registration services to UK lorries in Bulgaria. We also provide obtaining EU road transport O-licence, issued from Bulgaria. Registration of a UK lorry in Bulgaria European regulation restricts registration of vehicles only to the location where their owner is registered. This means […]

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Did you know that you can benefit of lower administration costs for your Road Haulage business? You can do this by outsourcing your EU international road transport operator’s license (Community authorisation) to another EU member state, where the state fees, insurances, accountancy and driver salaries will cost less than what you are paying in the […]

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Transportation of passengers and goods by railway The transportation of passengers and goods by railway is regulated by the Convention concerning International Carriage by Rail(COTIF) from 9 May 1980, Regulation (ЕО) № 1371/2Transportation of passengers and goods by railway007 REGULATION no. 41 of 27 JUNE 2001 and REGULATION № 54 from 2 June 2003 accordingly. […]

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