Your question is not clear to me. The logistics companies working for you are just transporting your products of whatever stage to the locations fixed by you. Therefore, this is purely a contract for service. As such it is not your concern to bother about the labor laws applicable to the employees of the logistics companies involved in the transport operations of your goods.
From India, Salem
In addition to what Mr.Umakanthan has said, I think you mixed up registration under the MV Act with Services under GST/IT. There can't be any escape for a goods vehicle to ply on Indian road without a valid RC. I'm sure the vehicles they let you on hire possess RC & Fitness, emission certificates. That's enough.
If the owners of these fleet have more than 10 vehicles you should examine relevant provisions of GST & TDS so that your goods are not impounded for violations & levy of penalties, compliance of eWaybills etc. Few points are indicated in the attachment for your ready ref.
From India, Bangalore
R.RAJASEKARWhere is the question of Motor Vehicle Act here. Are they Logistic companies or parcel services or Courier companies? Have you entered any Agreement with those companies for transporting your goods.
Shyam vermathanks for your kind inputs, sorry for not being active
the vendor is transporting manufactured concrete slabs (20tn) to different location from factory to near by locations in and around which covers 30km in radius, the company had made a contract with the transport company to provide trailers to shift them to the locations, so kindly suggest which license the transport company has to avail, and what are the documents should we maintain as a PE
From India, Chennai
Since the contract between the transport company and yours is only an independent contract for service involving transport of your goods to the desired locations, the CLRA Act,1970 has no application in this business transaction.
From India, Salem