DAP, Delivered at Place

DAP, Delivered at Place (insert named place of destination) is an IncoTerm whereby the seller delivers the goods to the buyer at the time the truck arrives at the agreed place. When the delivery ends, the truck comes to stop and takes place before the goods are unloaded. The buyer is responsible for the unloading, just like for the import duties. In road transport, DAP is very often used. Source International Chamber of Commerce (ICC).

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