The transport and logistics market is undergoing a major transformation, with the arrival of new technology and changing customer demands. While these changes bring about new opportunities, they also lead to new challenges for companies operating in the logistics space. Using our understanding of how the legal market is developing, we will help you maximize opportunities and mitigate challenges that arise from this rapidly changing market.
Whether it relates to shipping, port use, inland services or supply chain, we have grown our capabilities in recent years to mirror the needs of logistics clients, offering a one-stop shop that services clients from one end of the supply chain to the other. This includes drafting and negotiating leases and warehouse agreements for logistics sites as well as advice on environmental issues that may arise from the storage and carriage of goods, whether it be via road, sea or air. And as supply chains move towards new technologies and processes, such as automation and block chain, our lawyers have the required skills to help you digitise your business.
At any given point along the supply chain, you may also face challenges such as a potential sanctions violation, or regulatory and competition issues. We represent transport and logistics clients in complex corporate and regulatory matters, key transactions and high-profile litigation, across the world. Our network of lawyers worldwide provide a seamless and personal service to address the full range of international law needs you may have. Depending on the size, complexity or jurisdiction of the issue, we will choose a bespoke team from our global platform of skilled practitioners to chart a course of action that best serves your business interests, investments and future plans.