According to data from the KREPTD database, on the basis of excerpts from licenses for road transport of goods over 3.5 tons GVW, there is one fleet of over 1,000 vehicles and 35 fleets of over 300 vehicles in Poland. The entire first 10 companies have fleets of over 500 vehicles.

The largest concentration of large fleets of international road transport is in the Śląskie, Wielkopolskie and Mazowieckie voivodeships, which is not surprising.

At the same time, there are 6 voivodships where there is not a single international transport fleet of more than 300 vehicles (assuming the assumption given in the graphic).
All these voivodeships are located in the north and east of Poland. Girpoltrans has the most registered international transport vehicles – over 1,000, followed by Boekestijn Transport with 856 vehicles with license statements and Hegelmann Transporte with 689.

This study is part of a larger analysis of the road transport market in Poland. A look at both the changes taking place in the past and the current situation in the broadly understood transport industry.