New technology, new business models and new entrants are forcing established logistics businesses to adapt. When clients come to us, they benefit from over twenty years’ experience of advising leading businesses on their evolving logistics needs. Over the years we’ve built an in-depth understanding of traditional logistics models, while also working with clients at the forefront of new trends such as delivery by drone, the efficiencies of intelligent transport (including connected and autonomous vehicles) and the use of car-sharing platforms for last-mile delivery.
We act for clients across the supply chain from retailers and distributors through to property developers and warehousing and logistics providers, as well as those providing the technology that underpins the supply chain. We understand the industry and are frequently called upon to advise on alternative delivery and transport models and the use of IT to drive efficiencies and meet consumer fulfilment demands.
Our network of offices span major international logistics and business hubs and we can offer a one-stop shop for logistics sector legal advice, consistent and coordinated wherever you do business.