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Frequently Asked Questions - Questions on our terms of trade

Incoterms are standardized terms of trade for goods in international trade. By using standardized terms we hope to simplify what could be a quite complicated transaction. The Incoterms used in 2020 are:

  • EXW (Ex Works)
  • FCA (Free Carrier)
  • CPT (Carriage Paid to)
  • CIP (Carriage and Insurance Paid To)
  • DAP (Delivered at Place)
  • DPU (Delivered at Place Unloaded)
  • DDP (Delivered Duty Paid)
  • FAS (Free Alongside Ship)
  • FOB (Free On Board)
  • CFR (Cost and Freight)
  • CIF (Cost Insurance and Freight)

We usually sell with either DAP or DDP. For more information on Incoterms visit the website of the International Chamber of Commerce.

With the term of trade DAP (Delivered at Place) we (Dinilu) will deliver the goods to the address agreed, using one of our logistical partners.

We will be responsible production, quality control, shipping and insurance.

You will be responsible for unloading the goods at the delivery address and any taxes and associated costs in your country.

In practice you will receive an invoice from us for the goods ordered and might receive another invoice from the logistics company for import duties, VAT and/or associated fees. Help with unloading is usually only necessary with shipments containing pallets or bigger.

With the term of trade DDP (Delivered Duty Paid) we (Dinilu) will deliver the goods to the address agreed, using one of our logistical partners.

We will be responsible production, quality control, shipping, insurance, importing and any duties.

You will be responsible for unloading the goods at the delivery address.

In practice you will only receive an invoice from us for the goods ordered. Help with unloading is usually only necessary with shipments containing pallets or bigger.

We prefer to deliver on these terms, but sadly it is only practical when we have a local presence. This limits us currently to the single market of the European Union (EU).