What do DDU and DDP mean?
Updated over a week ago

DDU payment Incoterms (or Delivery Duty Unpaid) means the receiver/customer may be contacted by customs once their shipment arrives, and will have to settle any charges in order for customs to release the shipment and have it delivered to the customer. Our normal orders via Economy are usually DDU, except in the European Union, UK, Norway, US, CA, AU/NZ, and Singapore.

DDP (Delivery Duty Paid), on the other hand, means the seller assumes all responsibilities and costs for delivering the goods to the named place of destination including both export and import formalities, fees, duties, and taxes. When choosing an Express shipping method, it will be DDP, with all taxes and fees already included within the listed price.

Did this answer your question?