Incoterm: DPU (Delivered at place unloaded)


The seller pays for transport to the said place, except for the costs associated with customs clearance of imports. In addition, the seller takes all risks prior to the moment when the goods are ready to be unloaded by the buyer. The seller shall bear all the risks relating to the transfer of the goods to and unloading the goods at the agreed place of destination.

The seller must unload the goods from the arriving means of transport and then make it available to the buyer at an agreed place of destination or agreed point in that place.

Transport risk
The risk of damage is after delivery in the agreed terminal on behalf of the buyer. Before delivery, the seller is at risk.

Transport costs
The cost of transport to the agreed place of destination, including unloading costs, is borne by the seller. Transit is at the expense of the buyer.

Customs formalities
The seller must provide all customs formalities resulting from the export. His account is also the associated costs, duties and charges. For the account and risk of the purchaser, all customs formalities and the associated costs, duties and charges resulting from imports into the country of destination shall be accounted for.

Transport insurance
SN of both parties is obliged to take out insurance for the goods.

Addition place of delivery

The delivery condition should always be added where the transfer of the goods takes place.