Registration of foreign drivers in France in accordance with Macron law
Your transport company is not located in France, but you are transporting goods to or from France?
We will become your representatives and we will keep in touch with local authorities.
What make us different - is that we take care of everything you need!
The purpose of Macron’s law is to regulate the activities of foreign road transport companies.
Foreign drivers must receive a minimum wage. Foreign companies must appoint a representative in France to be responsible for liaising with the French authorities.
engaged in transport operations in France: loading or unloading
who must receive the minimum wage set in France
who must have a representative in France
Administration and support for posted workers in Europe
Registration on French websites and other
Communication with French authorities
We take upon ourselves all the routine affairs and responsibility to the state.
We handle all administrative formalities necessary to register foreign workers posted to work in France, e.g. we register SIPSIin accordance with the requirements of the so-called Macron Loi, we prepare
personal documentation for each employee, including the obtaining of BTP
cards. Our offer is directed to all sectors posting their employees to perform work in France
Our team is led by a lawyer and a sworn translator, a specialist in labour law and social security, who often effectively intervened in cases of control and various random events, at French construction sites, in offices and courts. We therefore have practical experience in dealing with all possible French inspection services.
Expertise tailored to your company’s activity profile. Our
greatest advantage in comparison with other offices is our availability and price. We guarantee our customers and their employees a constant telephone communication from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. including weekends and holidays.
Collection of the required «Loi Macron» documents in French and making them available to the inspection services. We are obliged to keep these documents for a period of 18 months: the posting certificate, the confirmation of becoming a representative and any other relevant control documents: the pay slips of each employee, the confirmation of payment of wages with all allowances, form A 1, the employment contract, etc.
We analyze each case individually with the client. We keep you informed of all changes in the regulations, both on our website and by e-mail.
The simpliest way is to send us company and drivers details - we will work it out form you!
The French minimum hourly wage is 10.15 € since 1st January 2020. National minimum wage applies also to the transport sector, related to transportation to and from France.
Significant fines can be applied in case of non-compliance to the Macron Law on transport:
– Up to € 2 000 per posted driver in case of non-respect of the French minimum wage, and up to € 4 000 in case of recidivism.
– A total amount of € 500 000 of fines to a company not complying with the law.
To avoid these fines, make sure to comply with the «Macron Law» – choose DIRECT TIR as your French representative!