The multimodal hub in Bettembourg is a shining light of Luxembourg’s logistics sector
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New logistics website regroups all info and administrations for the logistics sector
The government has launched a new information website for companies in the logistics and international trade sector.
A statement released on Thursday says the website aims to bring together, in a single location, information on the services offered by the Administration des Douanes et Accises (customs and excise agency), the Administration de l'Enregistrement et des Domaines (indirect tax authority), the Administration des Services techniques de l'Agriculture (administration of agricultural technical services), the Administration des Services vétérinaires (administration of veterinary services), the Administration de l'Environnement (environment agency), the Office des Licences (licensing office), the Division de la Sécurité alimentaire (food safety unit), the Division de la Radioprotection (radiation protection department), STATEC, the Chamber of Commerce and others. It is aimed in particular at:
promoting Luxembourg as European logistics hub;
showcasing the multimodal platforms and high added-value services offered by Luxembourg companies;
explaining the various steps to be taken in establishing or developing logistical activities in Luxembourg;
simplifying the administrative formalities connected with the import, export and transit of goods.