Many businesses outsource their logistics to a specialist provider. However, failure to get products to market can have dire consequences for most businesses. Accordingly the contractual terms governing the arrangements between a customer and a logistics provider can be business critical.
The Law Department has considerable experience of acting for logistics providers as well as customers. This experience covers both transport and warehousing agreements together with their related service level agreements as well as advising and acting on property transactions which are associated with other parts of their businesses.
We act for logistics providers, manufacturers and retailers and are aware of the pressure points in the deal, and we can give our clients a realistic feel for commercial norms.