What is Delivered Duty Paid (DDP)?
DDP is one of the 11 International Commercial Terms (Incoterms) used in trade, where the seller is responsible for delivering the goods to the buyer's destination and arranging both export and import clearances.
🚨 Point of Risk Transfer!
When the seller delivers the goods at the buyer’s destination, ready to be unloaded. The buyer is in charge of unloading the goods.
When is it best to choose DDP?
Everything from export clearance to import clearance is arranged by the seller. All you need to do is arrange for the unloading of goods at the final destination.
Cost allocation. Who should pay for what under DDP?
How is DDP different from DDU?
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