Difference between DAT and DAP in shipping terms

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How to differentiate DAT with DAP?


Is there any difference between DAT and DAP?


As per Inco terms, DAP means Delivered at Place (named destination place mentioned). DAT means, Delivered at Terminal (up to the destination location mentioned).


Difference between DAT and DAP in shipping terms copyThe detailed articles on DAT and DAP with simple language have been mentioned in this web blog separately. These articles have been arranged in simple language to understand easily. I suggest you to read these articles on DAT and DAP, so as to enable you to have a clear idea on these shipping terms.


What is DAP? What are the responsibilities of buyer and seller under DAP terms? How does DAT term work? What are the obligations of buyer and seller under DAT terms.


For your immediate reference, I give below web links on DAP and DAT separately below.



What is DAP terms in Shipping and how does it work?

How does DAT terms of shipping work?


The above articles explain clearly about DAT and DAP easy to understand.


Detailed articles about Inco Terms of Delivery under export and import of International business  have been mentioned in  separate category – INCO TERMS – in this web site.  You can click here to read.

I hope, you have satisfied with the difference between DAP and DAT explained easily. Do you have different thought on difference between DAT and DAP?



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