Triangular operations are those carried out by three different operators, each located in a different country.
Company B sells a product it has acquired from its supplier, company A, to company C, which is the end client. Meaning that the manufacturer sells to an intermediary, which sells to the end consumer.
The operation is characterised by one trait: the product is transported directly from the country of supplier A to that of end-client C. Intermediary B carries out two operations at once: purchasing and selling.
Supplier A only sells and end-customer C only purchases. We specialise in organising this sort of shipments to and from any country in the world, through a renowned global network that allows us to offer trade and tax advisory services for this sort of operations.
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