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In-house Transport

What is In-house Transport?

In-house transport is the movement of goods from one location to the other of the same company, and it is regulated by law in the Road Haulage Act. Generally, the in-house transport serves as an auxiliary activity for the company within the scope of its overall operation. And the whole operation is carried out using the company's vehicles and personnel.

Though the in-house transport does not require a permit, it must still be registered with the competent authorities.

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