The Logistics Sector is growing.
The recent pandemic has demonstrated that global demand for logistics has never been higher. The industry continues to face domestic UK and EU challenges with Brexit taking effect.
As we continue to see an increase in technology and connectivity, the logistics industry will only strengthen to meet the demand in the coming years.
Suppliers and customers need to be ready to embrace these changes by building nimble corporate structures and contracts to adapt quickly to take advantage of these opportunities.
The Logistics Cycle: Helping you navigate each step of the process
We can work alongside you through the full logistics and supply chain life-cycle, from acquisition and development, tendering and contract negotiation through to renegotiation and exit. We will advise you on commercial contracts, real estate and construction matters, whether related to a transaction or ongoing project.
We work with clients on both the supply side and customer side which has enabled us to develop a detailed and balanced understanding of the various issues that may affect you.
Our specialisms include:
- Real Estate (including acquisition, development and re-purposing)
- Corporate & financing
- Construction (including Repurposing & Development)
- Employment, health & safety
We embed ourselves in your business to ensure we understand your issues and the industry you operate in. We will work with you to meet your business needs at every stage of the logistics and supply chain life-cycle. Acting on both the supply side and customer side allows us to negotiate in a holistic and sensible manner leading to streamlined transactions and assisting with the further marketability of your site and business.
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