Delivered at Place means that the seller delivers whenproductprovided at the disposal of the buyer on the arrived vehicle, ready for unloading, at the agreed destination. The seller bears all risks associated with the delivery of the goods to the named place. It is recommended that the parties determine the point at the agreed destination most accurately, since the risks up to this point are borne by the seller. It is recommended that the seller provide contracts of carriage that accurately reflect this choice. If the seller under his contract of carriage bears the costs of unloading at the agreed destination, the seller has no right to demand from the buyer compensation for such costs, unless otherwise agreed by the parties.
DAP requires the seller to perform customs formalities for export, if applicable. However, the seller is not obliged to perform customs formalities for importation, pay import duties or perform other customs formalities upon importation.
If the buyer wishes to entrust the seller with the performance of customs formalities for import, payment of any import duties and performance of other customs formalities for import, it is advisable to use the termDDP.
For the buyer, DAP is convenient because the exporter takes care of the organizational aspects with the delivery of the goods. But all these costs, the seller will still include in the price of the goods.
This list is not complete and depends on the specific case.