Port of Rostock announces temporary Sunday truck ban exemption
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In order to alleviate the impact on the global food supply chain caused by Russia's invasion of Ukraine, the port of Rostock has been granted a temporary exemption from the truck driving ban on Sundays and public holidays.
The measure was recently announced by FDP Bundestag member Hagen Reinhold, as reported by ndr.de.
According to the announcement, until August 28th, agricultural transports coming from Ukraine to Rostock via Poland can be conducted seven days a week instead of five.
In addition, the maximum permissible weight for 40-ton trucks will be increased by 10% until the end of August in order to create additional load capacity.