Incoterm DPU - Delivery at Place Unloaded - What is the meaning of DPU? With the DPU Incoterm, the seller assumes all costs and risks until the goods are unloaded at the agreed named place at destination. In this case, the buyer is responsible for import customs formalities.
DPU can apply to any mode of transport or multiple modes of transport. The buyer and seller should specify and agree upon a named place of destination.
Did you know? The incoterm DPU "Delivered at Place Unloaded" was formally known as DAT for “Delivered at Terminal” prior to 2020 version was released.
With all incoterms it is important to understand the obligations of both the buyer and seller. There are eleven incoterms covering international shipments, are you aware of all the different options? If you need shipment support, please reach out to the team!
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Click below for more information on shipping terms:
FCA (Free Carrier)
CPT (Carriage Paid To)
CIP (Carriage and Insurance Paid To)
DAP (Delivered at Place)
DPU (Delivered at Place Unloaded)
DDP (Delivered Duty Paid)
FAS (Free Alongside Ship)
FOB (Free On Board)
CFR (Cost And Freight)
CIF (Cost, Insurance And Freight)