kind of a transaction that the supplier (seller) has to pay all prices which belong to transporting the products. also, he’ll be fully responsible for the products until they arrive at the customer.

Delivered duty paid (DDP) is a delivery arrangement where the seller assumes all of the responsibility, danger, and costs linked with transporting products until the customer receives or transfers them in the destination port. This agreement covers paying for shipping costs, export and import duties, insurance, and any other costs incurred during transport to an agreed-upon place in the customer’s country.

DDP Can be used for any transportation mode, Or at which there is more than one transfer mode. The seller is responsible for arranging carriage and delivering the goods at the appointed place, cleared for import and all related taxes and duties paid (e.g., VAT, GST)

The seller isn’t accountable for unloading. It is responsible for the cost of the carrier and acquiring customs clearance in the buyer’s country, including obtaining the appropriate approvals from the authorities in that country. It is obliged to pay for the premium. It is not responsible for loading the goods on the vehicle provided by the buyer unless otherwise agreed. If it is not able to organize unloading, they should consider shipping under DAP terms instead. It must alert the buyer once the goods have been delivered to the agreed-upon location.

The seller arranges for transportation by means of a carrier of any sort. In addition, it may need to acquire a license for importation. If it isn’t registred it’s impossible to make a DDP delivery.