top of page

Bravest Transport, a prominent player in the logistics and transportation industry, is thrilled to announce the opening of its latest office in Turkey. This strategic move not only marks a significant milestone in Bravest Transport expansion journey but also signifies the dawn of fresh opportunities, strengthened cooperation between Turkey and Poland, and a brighter future for Bravest Transport's customers.

Turkey, situated at the crossroads of Europe and Asia, boasts a booming economy, a burgeoning industrial sector, and a thriving logistics landscape. By establishing a presence in this pivotal market, Bravest Transport is positioning itself at the heart of trade, effectively expanding its geography of activities. This expansion is set to not only meet the needs of Turkish businesses but also to facilitate robust international trade between Turkey and Poland.

The opening of the Turkish office is emblematic of Bravest Transport's dedication to offering world-class logistics services and building enduring partnerships. The company is committed to leveraging its extensive global experience to cater to the unique demands of the Turkish business environment. With its commitment to excellence and efficiency, Bravest Transport will undoubtedly streamline supply chain operations for Turkish companies and enhance their global competitiveness.

The launch of the new office in Turkey will foster closer ties between the two nations. Turkey and Poland have increasingly become trade partners in recent years, and this expansion presents an opportunity to further strengthen the economic cooperation between the two countries. It opens doors for collaborative efforts that can result in the exchange of best practices, ideas, and innovative solutions, thereby boosting economic growth and prosperity.

From a customer perspective, the expansion into Turkey offers favorable opportunities for Bravest Transport's clients. Businesses in Turkey will now have access to Bravest Transport's extensive network, advanced logistics technology, and a team of dedicated professionals who understand the complexities of global trade. This access will significantly enhance the logistics and supply chain capabilities of Turkish companies and enhance their competitiveness on the international stage.

In conclusion, the establishment of Bravest Transport's new office in Turkey is not just about expanding a business; it is about forging strong bonds, creating new opportunities, and driving economic progress. As Bravest Transport broadens its reach, it carries with it the promise of a brighter future for Turkish businesses and the opportunity to contribute to the ever-strengthening collaboration between Turkey and Poland. This expansion heralds a new era for the logistics industry and demonstrates Bravest Transport's unwavering commitment to driving success, one delivery at a time.

7 просмотров0 комментариев

Обновлено: 12 сент. 2023 г.

From 01.01.2021, Truck drivers must have a KAP to travel through Kent to the Port of Dover or the Eurotunnel and on to the EU. The permit helps manage traffic by confirming drivers have the right documents for EU import controls.

Who needs a permit

You need a KAP if your truck is both:

  • leaving Great Britain from the Port of Dover or the Eurotunnel

  • over 7.5 tonnes

You will need a permit even if the truck is not carrying goods or if it is only carrying post.

Each permit is valid for 24 hours. You need a new permit each time the truck leaves Great Britain.

The driver could be stopped and fined up to £300 for entering Kent without having a Kent Access Permit, or for making false declarations when travelling to the Port of Dover or Eurotunnel.

What you’ll need

You will need:

  • the expected date and time of arrival of the truck in Kent

  • the registration number (front number plate) of the truck

To get a KAP, you will have to confirm which documents you have already. Before you start, check whether you have:

  • an EU import document with a barcode (for example from an import declaration or Transit Accompanying Document)

  • Admission Temporaire/Temporary Admission (ATA) or Transport Internationaux Routiers (TIR) carnets

Use the UK online Government Digital Service even if you do not need these documents, or you’re planning to collect them while travelling to the border. The service will tell you if you do not have a document you need.

23 просмотра0 комментариев
bottom of page