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How we make it possible within the Automotive, Transport & Logistics Sector

The automotive, transport and logistics sector is the lifeblood of our economy.

From supplying the labour and raw materials for the manufacturing, retail and service industries, to delivering the finished products to customers, these industries are central to the local, national and global marketplace.

At the same time, the increasing regulatory control and the commercial pressures the sector is facing, both at home and abroad, means businesses need to be innovative and embrace new technologies to thrive and grow in the long term.

Harrison Drury’s solicitors specialising in automotive and transport law and logistics law have developed a comprehensive understanding of the unique demands these sectors are constantly facing. We have acted for a wide range of clients, including transport and logistics operators, hauliers and distributors, and freight and warehousing companies.

This knowledge and experience, means we are able to provide specialist advice tailored to the individual objectives of our clients and our multi-disciplinary approach means that we can draw on expertise from across the firm.

Our range of work in this sector spans a broad spectrum of legal services including:

  • Road transport law and regulations
  • Import and export laws
  • Haulage law and distribution regulations
  • Employment law issues and employee terms and conditions
  • Supply chain and consumer/customer disputes
  • Issues relating to insurance and carriage of goods/loss of goods in transit
  • Warehouse and distribution agreements
  • Advising on conditions of carriage, general terms and conditions and commercial/supply chain agreements
  • Acting on acquisitions and sales of automotive, transport and logistics businesses
  • Acting on acquisition and disposal of freehold and leasehold land and premises
  • Advising on intellectual property and brand protection
  • Advising on health and safety and IT/data protection issues