Duty Paid

DDP is a shipping method that is widely used in international practice and that imposes the maximum obligations on the seller of goods, as opposed to other methods of assigning responsibilities for the delivery between sellers and buyers. DDP implies that the seller will provide the goods after clearing both exports and imports through customs by delivering them to the destination specified by the parties, while bearing all costs and risks associated with the transportation of the goods. This includes all exports/imports duties, shipping and insurance costs, taxes and other charges associated with the loading, unloading, transportation and clearance, except for unloading after carriage to an agreed-upon destination.

Since DDP cannot be applied if the seller is not able to ensure clearing imports through customs (for example, the seller doesn’t have an import permit), MainValue can act as a seller on your behalf.

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