Saudi Vehicle Entry: Final Week Before Major Rule Change – Gulf Insider

Saudi Arabia is introducing new rules for certain vehicles entering the Kingdom.

The Transport General Authority (TGA) said that seven days are left before all foreign trucks must obtain a Naql (transit) e-document, before being allowed to enter the Kingdom.

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The TGA added that the Naql E-document aims at ensuring fair competition, enhancing investment environment and boosting safety levels for cargo services.

The authority also said that the document is issued through the Naql portal, containing information about the sender and recipient of the shipment, trip itinerary and routes, among others.

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The authority added that cargo transport within the Kingdom is confined to the national carrier as per the accredited transport mechanism which prohibits traders and exporters from contracting non-Saudi companies to carry out transport operations within the country.

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