At Eurowag, we know that your customers are becoming more demanding. Hectic times require precision, speed, and maximum efficiency. As a haulier, you may be feeling increasing pressure to ensure that your transports are carried out as quickly as possible, while keeping reliability and value for money in mind.
Employee retention and engagement is a key factor to the success of any business, and the trucking industry is no exception. Driver retention is one of the biggest challenges faced by commercial transportation companies. It is very difficult to recruit experienced, reliable truck drivers. Keeping these drivers happy and on staff is vital for making sure that your fleet is operated by employees who know what they are doing and where they are going.
Europe, known for its efficient road infrastructure and extensive network of highways, has seen some significant changes implemented in the form of new toll fees for trucks in 2023. These changes aim to address various concerns, including environmental issues, infrastructure maintenance costs, and fair competition among transport operators. In this article, we’ll delve into the details of the new toll fees for trucks in Europe, highlighting the key changes and what to expect in the future based on current trends.
The reality of driving a truck is that you will inevitably spend money while traveling for business, especially if you cover long distances. As a result, many governments have implemented per diem systems to guide drivers through the process of expense reimbursement.
Whatever the size of your business, keeping costs as low as possible is the key to success. For transportation companies specifically (but also for any business that uses vehicles), managing fuel costs is one of the most important ways to reduce spending. Petrol cards for companies can help save money not only on fuel for fleets, but also on administrative budgets and other necessary services. This article will discuss different types of fuel card providers, the benefits each has to offer, and the importance of choosing the best fuel card to fit the needs of your business.
Eurowag was proud to be the first toll payment provider to offer the Czech Republic EETS (European Electronic Toll Service) to our customers. The Czech Republic EETS was available for ordering and activation on EVA on-board unit, along with the Axxes DRSC tag, providing complete EU toll payment coverage.
Do your drivers pass through Switzerland? If so, you should be aware of the changes that have taken place this year regarding the use of mobile networks. In this article, you'll learn what this change means for fleet managers.
Regular technical inspection, emission control, tire changes...there are so many things you have to think about as a haulier. What if we told you there was a way to make the mountain of mandatory paperwork more simple? Let us help you remember a time when doing business was fun.
If your trucking and transportation company does business in Europe, you have probably been faced with the challenge of dealing with various toll systems used by each country. Keeping track of the many different toll regulations and toll providers throughout Europe can be frustrating and confusing, especially if your drivers have to deal with them daily. However, with the help of Eurowag’s on-board unit (OBU), your business will be able to manage tolls in multiple countries, and handle payments in one user-friendly system. Before going into more detail about how Eurowag can manage the toll needs of your company, we should define tolls and discuss the various systems used in Europe.