Cross-Trade

Triangular operations or cross trade are those operations that are carried out between three different operators, each one located in a different geographical area.
There are three operators involved: Company B sells to company C, which is the final customer, a product that has been acquired from a supplier, company A. That is, the manufacturer sells directly to an intermediary, who in turn sells the product to the final consumer.
The operation has a defining characteristic: the product is transported directly from the country of supplier A to that of the final customer C. The intermediary B performs the purchase and sale operations. The supplier A only sells to the intermediary and the final customer C only buys from the intermediary.
At Grupo Cabeza we are specialists in the execution of these types of shipments, to and from any part of the world.

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