Delivered at Terminal means that the seller delivers whenproduct unloaded from the arriving vehicle, placed at the disposal of the buyer at the agreed terminal at the named port or at the destination. "" >Terminal" includes any place, closed or not, such as a berth, warehouse, container, automobile, railway or air cargo terminal. The seller bears all risks associated with the delivery of the goods and their unloading at the terminal at the named port or at the destination.
It is recommended that the parties determine the terminal as accurately as possible and, if possible, a certain point at the terminal at an agreed port or destination, 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 buyer intends to impose on the seller the risks and costs of transporting and moving the goods from the terminal to another place, it is advisable to use the termsDAPorDDP.
DAT requires the seller to perform customs formalities for export, if any. However, the seller is not obliged to perform customs formalities for importation, pay import duties or perform other customs formalities upon importation.
DAT is convenient for the importer 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, this term is not recommended ifcargoit is planned to send further across Russia in container trains, since the exact line of which the shipment will be carried out is not known, which will eventually increase the cost of railway transportation.