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Since 1st January 2005, Toll Collect has been stably and reliably operating the world's first satellite-based truck toll system. Thousands of trucks from all over Europe pass through Germany - especially on the motorways. The charges for the use of German toll routes are accurately charged by Toll Collect to the transport companies, and the funds collected are immediately transferred to the German Treasury - 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Toll Collect also makes the required technical equipment available to the German Agency for Goods Transport (BAG) to enable the Agency to carry out its toll enforcement mandate . From the inauguration of the toll, Toll Collect has been a reliable partner of the German Federal Government, with a proven track record in handling the toll. The focus here is not simply on implementing the statutory and contractual mandates of the German Government. Customers' concerns and operational procedures are also taken into account in designing the processes, such as the various ways of paying and paper-free data transfer.
Toll Collect GmbH head offices are located in the centre of Berlin on Potsdamer Platz. The company’s management team and all departments are based here at Linkstrasse.
Other locations: Employees specialising in digital map maintenance and updates for the toll road network are based in Hannover-Langenhagen, Nuremberg, Pforzheim and Potsdam.
A total of 600 employees currently work for Toll Collect.