Two New Corporate Members Joined EUGBC
Two new corporate members have joined EUGBC recently.
Mgaloblishvili Kipiani Dzidziguri (MKD) has been at the forefront of the Georgian legal market for two decades. As MKD marks its 20th anniversary this year, it has emerged as a strong, highly competitive, well respected and pre-eminent Georgian law firm that provides a full range of legal services to its global clients.
MKD has always been committed to providing high-quality practical legal advice and business solutions, remaining faithful to its values – integrity, the highest professional and ethical standards, teamwork, and understanding the commercial needs of its clients.
The shared values are instilled by the firm’s five partners, who lead and manage the team of expert lawyers, and a well-established network of outside professionals, enabling MKD to offer both international and domestic clients a higher degree of specialization and focus.
The performance of MKD lawyers and professionals translates into client satisfaction, as a real measure of the firm’s success. The firm is proud of the external recognition it has gained through client assessments in a range of international research-based guides for the legal profession, which, yet again, recognized MKD as one of Georgia’s leading law firms in 2015.
Gebrüder Weiss ranks among the leading transport and logistics companies in Europe With around 6,000 employees, 150 company-owned locations and a turnover of 1.24 billion euros in 2014 .In addition to its core business of overland transport, air & sea freight and logistics, the company also operates a number of highly specialised industry solutions and subsidiaries under the umbrella of Gebrüder Weiss Holding AG, based in Lauterach (Vorarlberg, Austria). This includes logistics consultancy x|vise, tectraxx (industry specialist for hi-tech businesses), inet-logistics (software solutions for TMS transport management), dicall (telephone service, consulting and telemarketing), Railcargo (railway transport) and the Gebrüder Weiss parcel service GWP, a shareholder in the Austrian company DPD.
Having implemented a variety of ecological, economic and social initiatives, the family-owned company, which has a history going back 500 years, is considered a pioneer in terms of sustainable business today.