The same system is said to have been set up in Luxembourg, this time with Belgian drivers. The scam is estimated to have cost the Belgian state around 55 million euros.
The spokesman of the federal judicial authorities Eric Van der Sypt was also talking about possible human trafficking and social dumping. Romanian drivers were heavily underpaid and had to work very long hours. They also had to live in their Lorries for several weeks continuously.
Detectives raided several offices in Wallonia, but also premises in Antwerpen, Kontich, Zaventem and Ieper. Jost denies the allegations and says it wants to cooperate with investigators.