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No licences needed for Norway

19th June 1970, Page 24
19th June 1970
Page 24
Page 24, 19th June 1970 — No licences needed for Norway
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• An agreement on international road haulage between the United Kingdom and Norway has been signed in Oslo. It will come into force when the necessary statutory processes have been completed in both countries.

The agreement is a liberal one under which hauliers of both countries will be free to operate to or through the other country without having to obtain a carrier's or an operator's licence or a permit from that country. British hauliers will also be permitted to carry goods between Norway and any third country (unless the third country prohibits such operations) but they will not be allowed to engage in domestic transport within Norway. Similarly Norwegian hauliers may carry goods between Great Britain and any third country but may not engage in cabotage. Own-account operations are covered by the agreement.


Locations: Oslo

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