Transport stopped

Transport stopped

The transport is stopped by the Office of Competition and Consumer Protection (UOKiK).

Until now, for the so-called payment gridlocks UOKiK imposed fines on two transport companies.

There are over 25,000 registered transport companies in Poland, which are dynamically operating and constantly developing, as evidenced by a several dozen percent increase in the purchase of trucks. At the same time, however, there is a constantly growing debt of these companies, reaching nearly one billion zlotys. The list of creditors is varied and very long, ranging from banks to mobile operators.

The indebtedness is manifested in the settlement of financial obligations in the long term, usually reaching approx. 60 days from the payment date. Experts see the reasons for this state of affairs in the rapidly growing competition, the effect of which is acceptance of unattractive terms of payment of liabilities. Companies expect remuneration for services rendered and therefore do not settle their liabilities themselves.


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