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Vecteurs de croissance au Luxembourg - Optimising logistics operations and supply chain management | Whitepaper


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Introduction

Optimising logistics operations and supply chain managementSection 1 of this booklet provides an introduction to the importance of logistics in global markets and the development of Luxembourg as the 5th largest logistic performer in the world.

Luxembourg’s key success factors are a combination of its central location in Europe, its advanced infrastructures and connections, the synergies between qualified players, the simplified administration, and, last but not least, low duties on transfer of goods.

Legal and regulatory framework

Section 2 provides a description and guidance on the administrative framework applicable in Luxembourg for the transportation and storage of goods in the logistics chain, including processes for customs, value added tax and direct taxes.

This section also showcases the dynamic and responsive approach of the Luxembourg government and other official bodies to create a business-friendly environment to attract investors and to promote economic growth.

Business opportunities

Section 3 summarises the main trends in logistics and supply chain management, and details those economic sectors that require an efficient logistic support that can keep pace with their development in Luxembourg.

This section also presents opportunities to improve all operational, financial and tax results through strategies focused on supply chain efficiency, referred to as “Tax Aligned Supply Chain”, with a detailed example of a Central Entrepreneur Model, a concept explained in this section.

For questions related to setting-up a business in Luxembourg or to developing your existing business, please refer to section 4 which provides an overview of the Chamber of Commerce’s role in business creation and development.

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