Triangle Trades

Triangle trades are a type of international trading pattern involving three countries. This trade consists of exchanging goods between each country along an interconnected route.

The process starts with the shipment of one set of commodities from a certain country to another. Then, a second set of commodities is shipped from that same country to yet another nation. Finally, a third set of items is sent back to the original starting point.

Triangle trades benefit all parties involved because they allow for efficient resource utilization. They also help reduce transportation costs, as goods are shipped between countries multiple times along the same route, and enable companies to capitalize on arbitrage opportunities.

Triangle trades also help foster economic growth by opening up markets that may have otherwise been isolated or closed off due to regional politics or cultural differences.


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