Sofiya Law Firm advises CLAAS international machinery manufacturing group
As part of legal advice provided to CLAAS Group, a world leading manufacturer of agricultural engineering equipment, Sofiya Law Firm has prepared an analytical legislation review and worked out their recommendations regarding real-world problems encountered by agribusinesses in Ukraine.
The team led by partner Oleksandr Polivodskyy has examined, among other things, legal consequences and risks the business may face in connection with certain aspects of doing business in Ukraine.
After the completion of the case study, the client was, in particular, professionally advised on how to avoid and prevent possible negative situations.
CLAAS is a family business founded in 1913 and is one of the world's leading manufacturers of agricultural engineering equipment. The company, with corporate headquarters in Harsewinkel, Westphalia, is the European market leader in combine harvesters. CLAAS is the world leader in another large product group, self-propelled forage harvesters. CLAAS is also a top performer in world-wide agricultural engineering with tractors, agricultural balers and green harvesting machinery. The CLAAS product portfolio also includes state-of-the-art farming information technology. CLAAS employs more than 10,900 workers worldwide and reported a turnover of 3.7 billion euros in the 2017 financial year.
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