Russian Traders

DAP (Delivered at Place)

DAP (Delivered at Place) a new term has been added in the edition 2010. The term Incoterms 2010 DAP used regardless of the type and amount of vehicle in the supply chain. Terms of delivery DAP Incoterms 2010 - is the transfer of goods by the seller to the buyer at the place of destination. Terms of delivery DAP Incoterms 2010 always impose risks to the seller before the delivery of the goods at their destination. The seller gives the buyer with goods transport, ready for unloading.

The contract parties are advised to accurately determine the point at the agreed place, since all the risks to it will bear the seller. As the seller is not entitled to claim from the buyer the reimbursement of costs for the unloading of the goods at the place of destination, unless otherwise specified in the contract. DAP condition imposes on the seller of customs formalities for the export of goods. The buyer, in turn, takes care of customs formalities for import, as well as pay the customs duties.

Duties of the seller and buyer using delivery terms DAP:

THE SELLER'S OBLIGATIONS

THE BUYER'S OBLIGATIONS

A1. General obligations of the seller

B1. General obligations of the buyer

The seller must provide the buyer at the expense of commercial-invoice (or other evidence of conformity).

The buyer must pay for the goods according to the contract of sale.

A2. Licenses, permits, security checks and formalities

B2. Licenses, permits, security checks and formalities

The seller is required to obtain an export license and carry out all customs formalities for the exportation of the goods, if necessary. All risks and costs at the same time borne by the seller.

The buyer must obtain an import license (or other authorization) and perform necessary customs formalities for the import of goods. All risks and costs at the same time the buyer takes over.

A3. Carriage and insurance

B3. Carriage and insurance

The seller must contract (or procure the conclusion of) the contract of carriage to the terminal by name at the destination (or port). The contract is concluded at the expense of the seller. The seller is not obligated to conclude an insurance contract. But the seller is obliged to provide the buyer with the necessary information to obtain insurance (at the expense and risk of the buyer).

The buyer has no obligation to the seller to conclude a contract of carriage and insurance. However, if required, the buyer must provide the seller the necessary information to ensure security.

A4. Supply

B4. Taking delivery

The seller must deliver the goods to the buyer by providing a vehicle (ready for unloading) by name in paragraph (if available) at the agreed place of destination at the designated date and time.

The buyer is obliged to accept the goods as soon as they have been delivered in accordance with paragraph A4.

A5. Transfer of risks

B5. Transfer of risks

Seller bears the risk of damage or loss of the goods until they have been delivered in accordance with paragraph A4, except in the circumstances specified in paragraph B5.

Buyer assumes all risks of damage or loss of the goods when they have been delivered in accordance with paragraph A4. At default of the obligations of paragraph B7 buyer assumes all risks of damage or loss of the goods, starting from the date of the agreed delivery period, if the product is identified as the subject of the contract.

A6. Division of costs

B6. Division of costs

The seller bears all costs up to the date of delivery of the goods in accordance with paragraph A4, except for expenses in accordance with the buyer's point B6. The seller also bears the costs of customs formalities necessary for the export of goods and transport it through any country (if they are contractually assigned to the Seller).

The buyer bears all costs from the date of delivery of the goods in accordance with paragraph A4. As well as the additional costs incurred by the seller in the non-fulfillment of obligations under B2 and expenses in the investigation did not focus Buyer notice specified in paragraph B7, provided that the product was identified as the subject of the contract. So the buyer assumes all costs related to customs clearance of the goods required for its import into the country.

A7. Notice to the buyer

B7. Notice to the seller

The seller must give the buyer notice, which will allow for the acceptance of the goods.

The buyer must give the seller notice, as he is entitled to determine the time for shipment and / or destination or point of receipt of the goods at this location.

A8. Document delivery

B8. Proof of delivery

The seller must provide the buyer with the usual document, allowing to take delivery of the goods.

The buyer must take delivery of the document in accordance with paragraph A8.

A9. Checking, packaging, labeling

B9. Inspection of goods

The seller bears all the costs associated with checking the quality required for its delivery in accordance with paragraph A4. The seller must at his own expense to pack the goods, if it is required for its delivery. The seller can pack the goods as is required for its transportation, if the agreement stipulates no special requirements for packaging. The packaging must be marked appropriately. The seller bears the costs for the mandatory inspection of goods before shipment, which is carried out by order of the authorities.

The buyer bears the costs for the inspection of goods prior to shipment, excluding the mandatory inspection by order of the authorities of the exporting country.

A10. Assistance in obtaining information and relating to this expenditure

B10. Assistance in obtaining information and relating to this expenditure

The seller must assist the buyer in obtaining information and documents required to import goods. All risks and costs at the same time borne by the buyer. The seller must pay all costs and charges to the buyer, which were incurred in the assistance in accordance with paragraph B10.

The buyer must inform the seller of the information requirements and documents for imports, which would be able to assist the seller in accordance with paragraph A10. The buyer must reimburse the seller all costs resulting from assistance in obtaining documents and information referred to in paragraph A10. The buyer must provide the seller at his risk and expense of the documents and information required for the carriage of goods export and transport through any country.