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Delivered At Place Unloaded (DPU), Formally Known as Delivered at Terminal (DAT))

Incoterms© 2020, enter into force January 1, 2021

One of the 11 Incoterms© 2020.

Delivered at Place Unloaded (DPU) formally known as Delivered at Terminal (DAT), requires the seller to deliver the goods at the disposal of the buyer after they’ve been unloaded from the arriving means of transport.

DPU is the only rule that requires the seller to unload the goods at the destination.

DPU can apply to more than one form of transportation. The destination should be agreed upon by both the buyer and seller.

Requires the seller to clear the goods for export, when applicable, without any obligation to clear the goods for import, pay import duty or carry out import customs formalities.

See Incoterms© 2020 , World Trade Press Illustrated Guide to Incoterms© 2020 Appendix for details.

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