Gibraltar is one of the most prolific industries in Europe which is why a large number of foreign investors open companies here. Helped by an excellent infrastructure, Gibraltar offer numerous business opportunities in various industries, including the fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) sector. The tourism industry is one of the main reasons why all types of stores, which are the core of the FMCG sector, have registered good incomes during the last few years.
Foreign investors interested in opening a business in the FMCG sector can establish various types of structures with the help of our company formation agents in Gibraltar.
Gibraltar offers investment possibilities to all entrepreneurs interested in the FMCG industry. One can set up a sole proprietorship, a limited liability company or even a partnership in this sector. No matter the type of structure chosen, it must be registered with the Trade Register in Gibraltar.
In order to register a FMCG company in Gibraltar, one must prepare a set of documents and file them with the Companies House. Our company registration consultants in Gibraltar can guide you through this process. Once the company is set up, it must obtain its business license.
In 2015, Gibraltar has amended the Fair Trading Law with the purpose of easing the procedure of obtaining a business license by companies in Gibraltar. The law also affects those who want to open a company in Gibraltar in the FMCG industry, as the new business license includes various classes, one of them being the wholesale and retail of fast-moving consumer goods. The same license is available for FMCG companies importing goods in this category into Gibraltar. The business license for FMCG companies is issued by the Office of Fair Trading in Gibraltar. However, the sale of tobacco products requires a special license.
For full information on the business license and assistance in opening a company in the FMCG sector in Gibraltar, do not hesitate to contact us. You can also rely on our Gibraltar company formation agents for information on the new Fair Trading Act.