Electronic queue at the border with Poland: who is available and rules of use
From December 12, an electronic border crossing queue will start working on the border with Poland at the checkpoint "Yagodin - Dorogusk". This was reported by Deputy Minister of Infrastructure Mustafa Nayem.
What is the advantage of the e-queue for crossing the border?
Currently, the border with Poland has a low capacity due to the large number of goods transported by land transport. The electronic queue will organize the flow and reduce the idle time of trucks.
Carriers will be able to plan the day and time of arrival at the checkpoint, because they will know when it is their turn to cross the border. This will allow you to optimize the time spent in the queue and reduce the cost of transporting goods.
We would like to add that using the electronic queue is free.
How does the electronic queue at the border work?
To get into the e-queue, you need to register in advance on the website www.echerha.gov.ua.
After registration, the driver will receive a message about the approximate time of crossing the Polish-Ukrainian border.
Carriers will also be able to remotely monitor the progress of the queue on the system website or find out the necessary information on the hotline at +38 (067) 120 24 20.
We will remind you! Previously, we wrote about the checkpoints on the border with Ukraine and their work schedules. More details at the link.
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