Logistics And Intellectual Property

logisticsIntellectual Property (IP)

Protecting your business in overseas markets is essential for any business looking to export. Intellectual Property (IP) gives you the basis for securing the commercial rights to what makes you unique. In a world where ideas can easily be transmitted and reproduced at minimal cost, IP stops anyone else using your ideas and gives you a proper chance to profit from them.

Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) are territorial. They only give protection in the countries where they are granted or registered. If you are thinking about trading abroad then you
should consider registering your IP rights abroad.

We can advise you on:

  • What precautions to take prior to launching your products, processes or services abroad
  • The different types of IPR available
  • The difference between registered and unregistered IPR
  • What should be covered in an IP audit
  • How to use IP when researching a licensee or negotiating licensing agreements
  • The international routes to IP protection
  • How IP is valued as an intangible asset in your company and how to licence this out for profit



We can help you with all you need to know from quote to delivery. We can guide you on export documentation and procedures, which is essential for any business selling physical goods to overseas markets. We want to minimise the risk and  inform you of what you need to do to comply with UK and international regulations

We can help with: 

  • How to calculate an export price and quotation
  • Where to access useful sources of information
  • How to classify your goods in order to comply with international regulations
  • About VAT and reporting requirements for EU and non-EU shipments
  • The range and purpose of documents required for UK and overseas
    customs clearance
  • The roles of freight forwarders, banks and other intermediaries