Delivered at the agreed place (Delivered At Place)
“Delivered at the agreed place” means that the exporter delivers the merchandise once it is made available to the importer at the agreed place, before unloading it. The exporter will have to pay the costs of unloading the merchandise at the place of destination if it is included in the transport contract that it has formalized; unless the exporter and importer have agreed otherwise. It is important to specify in as much detail as possible the point of delivery of the merchandise, within the place of destination agreed between the exporter and importer. It must not be forgotten that the exporter assumes the risks of taking the merchandise to that point. In the event that the parties, exporter and importer, want the exporter to be responsible for the import clearance of the merchandise (in Customs of the country of destination), they must opt for the Incoterms DDP.