A Guide to Incoterms
Choosing the best term to use isn’t a straightforward decision. Still, it is of utmost importance for buyers and sellers to agree on the Incoterm that will be used for their transaction.Read More
Find easy-to-understand explanations of the most common freight forwarding and shipment terms
Delivered at Place (DAP) is an Incoterm that requires the seller to arrange to deliver the goods to an agreed-upon location at the destination but does not require them to clear customs or unload the cargo.
The responsibility for the risks and costs involved in unloading at the agreed-upon location, as well as for clearing customs and paying any import duties or taxes, lies with the buyer. DAP also specifies that risk passes from the shipper when they hand over goods at the place of destination, even if no formal transfer of title has yet taken place.
All transportation costs are borne by the seller, up until delivering goods at the agreed-upon destination, and all other costs associated with unloading and delivery are the buyer’s responsibility.
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