Our client had been informed that he is not allowed to operate a standard third-party IOR solution for his global service support solution. BlueBlox reviewed and analysed legislation, and made it possible for our client to operate third-party IOR models in Angola and to create a win-win situation, both for our client and end-users in Angola.
Are IOR logistics models allowed? There’s nothing in the legislation to say they are not…
When the answer doesn’t seem logical asking the right questions is critical. This is particularly relevant when commencing operations in a new country. Our client had been informed by its local Angolan partners and advisers that Angola’s import/export and tax legislation did not allow the operation of a standard third-party IOR solution.
BlueBlox were engaged to perform a review of the relevant import/export and tax legislation, to test this local advice, and to critically assess the feasibility of establishing a standard third-party IOR solution in Angola. Our forensic review and analysis of the legislation confirmed that there was nothing in the legislation itself which excluded third-party IOR models from operating in Angola. Armed with this knowledge our client was able to move forward and establish operations ultimately resulting in an increased level of service to their Angolan clients.
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