New report exposes the web of subcontracting behind a pandemic of exploitation in European road transport

Transport companies providing services to some of Europe’s largest multinationals subcontract the work to companies based in low-wage Eastern Europe who in turn recruit - and are in some cases trafficking - drivers to do the haulage.

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