About the field of activity
The importance and regulation of transport and logistics
In the EU alone, the transport and logistics sector accounts for 5% of the gross domestic product of all EU Member States and employs almost 11 million people. It covers not only land transport but also water and air transport. The sector is governed by a wide range of legislation, including on issues such as climate change, passenger rights, clean fuels, etc.
The transport and logistics sector is evolving rapidly in the current age of globalisation. The importance of this sector was particularly highlighted during the COVID-19 pandemic, when the rise of e-commerce led to a shortage of workers for companies involved in transport and logistics activities.
Given the high demand for staff, transport and logistics companies started to actively search for employees, which increased the need for businesses to draw up employment contracts, job descriptions and non-competition agreements, etc., that comply with legal requirements.
KONSUS support in the transport and logistics sector
The sector, which is regulated by a wide range of legislation, is one of the most complex business sectors and requires in-depth knowledge.
- Assist in the start-up and development of logistics activities, including the start-up process
- Advice on the establishment of a management structure, the legal form of the company, the appointment of the CEO and other management bodies, the formation of the share capital.
- Advise on tax issues at national and international level.
- Advise on labour law issues: employment of foreigners, wages, etc.
- Provide financial and accounting services: assessment of accounting records, checking of documents prepared by the company's accountant for compliance with tax and legal requirements (chief accountant service).
- Advice on a wide range of other matters.
Last updated: 31-03-2023