0%

DDP delivery

We deliver cargos at a profit for you and your clients

Request a Service

DDP delivery

DDP Delivered Duty Paid (delivery with payment of duty) is an international term enshrined in the Incoterms 2020 rulebook, and a frequently used delivery condition when doing business with Russia. According to the DDP terms of delivery, most of the obligations in the process of delivery of the cargo are borne by the seller

In addition to organizing and carrying out transportation, as well as bearing the associated financial risks in case of damage to the cargo, the seller is also responsible for customs clearance of goods or equipment transported to Russia. Thus, DDP delivery is the most risk-free form of cargo delivery for the buyer and a great advantage.

Send A Request

Taking all risks and maximum responsibility for the safe and timely delivery of cleared cargo, the seller minimizes the extent of the buyer’s obligations.

WR Group offers delivery of any cargo to Russia on DDP terms (Delivered Duty Paid – delivery with payment of duty)

As part of the DDP delivery, WR Group bears all costs and risks associated with the transportation of cargo to the destination in Russia, including responsibility for customs clearance, as well as for the payment of customs duties, taxes and other fees payable when importing goods and equipment to the territory of the Russian Federation.

WR Group assumes all obligations of the seller for DDP delivery to Russia and guarantees reliable delivery of goods or equipment that have passed customs clearance to the specified destination on time.

Obligations of the seller

Obligations of the buyer

A.1. Presentation of goods in accordance with the contract
B.1. Payment of the price

The seller is obliged, in accordance with the sales contract, to provide the buyer with the goods, commercial invoice or an equivalent e-mail, and any other proof of compliance that may be required under the terms of the sales contract

The buyer is obliged to pay the price of the goods specified in the purchase contract

A.2. Licenses, certificates and other formalities
B.2. Licenses, certificates and other formalities

A) The seller must contract at his own expense for the carriage of the goods to the named place of destination. If a specific point is not agreed or is not determined by the practice of this kind of delivery, the seller can choose the most suitable point for him at the named place of destination.

B) The seller has no obligation under the contract of carriage insurance

A) The buyer has no obligation under the contract of carriage

B) The buyer has no obligation under the contract of carriage insurance

A.3. Carriage and insurance contracts
B.3. Carriage and insurance contracts

A) The seller must contract at his own expense for the carriage of the goods to the named place of destination. If a specific point is not agreed or is not determined by the practice of this kind of delivery, the seller can choose the most suitable point for him at the named place of destination.

B) The seller has no obligation under the contract of carriage insurance

A) The buyer has no obligation under the contract of carriage

B) The buyer has no obligation under the contract of carriage insurance

A.4. Supply
B.4. Taking delivery

The seller must place the goods at the disposal of the buyer or another person named by the buyer, unshipped, on any arriving vehicle, at the named place of destination, on the agreed date or within the time agreed for delivery.

The buyer must take delivery of the goods when they have been delivered in accordance with A4.

A.5. Transfer of risks
B.5. Transfer of risks

The seller must deliver the goods subject to the provisions of Article B.5. and bear all risks of loss of or damage to the goods until they have been delivered in accordance with A4.

The buyer must bear all risks of loss of or damage to the goods from the time they have been delivered in accordance with A4. The buyer is obligated – if he fails to fulfill his obligation in accordance with B.2. – bear all additional risks of loss and damage caused in this way to the goods. The buyer is obliged – if he fails to fulfill his obligation to give notice in accordance with Article B.7. – bear all risks of loss or damage to the goods from the expiration of the agreed date or the end of the agreed delivery time. The condition, however, is that the goods comply with the contract. This means that the goods must be properly identified, that is, definitely isolated or otherwise identified as the goods that are the subject of this contract.

A.6. Allocation of costs
B.6. Allocation of costs

The seller is obliged, subject to the provisions of Article B.6.:

– in addition to the costs arising from A.3a), bear all costs associated with the goods until the time when they are delivered in accordance with A.4., and

– if required, pay all costs associated with the implementation of customs formalities for export and import, as well as other duties, taxes and other fees payable for the export and import of goods and their transit through third countries prior to delivery in accordance with article A.4.

The buyer must, in accordance with the provisions of A.3a):

– bear all costs associated with the goods from the moment of delivery in accordance with Article A.4.

– bear all additional costs if he fails to fulfill his obligations in accordance with Article B.2. or give notice in accordance with Article B.7. The condition, however, is that the goods comply with the contract. This means that the goods must be properly identified, that is, definitely isolated or otherwise identified as the goods that are the subject of this contract.

A.7. Buyer notification
B.7. Seller notification

The Seller is obliged to properly notify the Buyer of the shipment of the Goods and send the Buyer any other notices that may be necessary for the Buyer to perform the actions required to accept delivery

The buyer is obliged, if he is entitled to determine the time within the specified period and / or the point of delivery at the named place of destination, duly notify the seller.

A.8. Proof of delivery, shipping documents or equivalent emails
B.8. Proof of delivery, shipping documents or equivalent emails

The seller must provide the buyer at his own expense a delivery order and / or ordinary transport document (e.g. a negotiable bill of lading, non-negotiable sea waybill, proof of inland waterway transport, air waybill, rail or road waybill, or multimodal transport bill of lading) as may be required to the buyer in order to accept delivery of the goods in accordance with Articles A4. / B.4. In the event that the seller and the buyer have agreed to use electronic communications, the documents referred to above may be replaced by equivalent electronic messages (EDI).

The buyer must accept the required delivery order or transport document in accordance with A.8.

A.9. Inspection - packaging - marking
B.9. Inspection of goods

The seller must bear the costs of the checking of the goods (e.g. checking the quality, dimensions, weight, quantity) necessary to deliver the goods in accordance with A4. The seller must provide the packaging at his own expense (unless in the industry it is customary for the trade to deliver the goods specified in the contract without the packaging) necessary for the delivery of the goods. Packaging must be properly labeled.

The buyer is obliged to bear the costs of the pre-shipment inspection of the goods, unless such inspection is required by the authorities of the country of export.

A.10. Other responsibilities
B.10. Other responsibilities

The seller is obliged to bear all costs and pay the fees associated with the receipt of documents or their equivalent electronic messages, as provided in article B.10., and also reimburse all costs incurred by the buyer as a result of rendering assistance. The seller is obliged to provide the buyer with all the information necessary to carry out the insurance.

The buyer is obliged, at the seller’s request, to render the latter, at his expense and risk, full assistance in obtaining any documents or equivalent electronic messages issued or transmitted in the country of import that the seller may need to place the goods at the disposal of the buyer.

1/3
The main feature of the DDP Delivered Duty Paid delivery terms is customs clearance of delivery by the seller at his own expense in the country of destination
When delivering to Russia, WR Group's compliance with all customs formalities can be a decisive factor for many foreign companies.

In accordance with the Customs Code of the Russian Federation, in order to carry out customs clearance of goods upon import into the country, it is required that the importer be a registered commercial entity in the Russian Federation. On the one hand, a foreign supplier has the opportunity to open a subsidiary in Russia, which will deal with customs clearance of imported goods and pay customs duties and taxes in Russian currency (rubles). This process requires time and knowledge of Russian legislation, and also involves significant additional costs for a foreign company.

2/3
Still, the most effective option for the supply of foreign-made goods and equipment to Russia is DDP delivery by a partner. WR Group has offices in Russia, which are Russian legal entities and have the right to carry out foreign economic activities and, accordingly, to carry out customs clearance of goods and cargoes
DDP service from WR Group provides foreign manufacturers and suppliers with the opportunity to make a profitable offer to a buyer in Russia, taking on all risks and responsibilities.

DDP delivery will allow the sender to bear the cost of transportation and customs clearance of the goods and the associated risks, thus offering the buyer favorable terms of purchase and facilitating the process of making a purchase decision.

3/3
The WR Group guarantees fast and safe door-to-door delivery of goods and equipment, including express delivery and warranty supply / spare parts supply, and takes care of all the necessary customs formalities
We take on all risks and take full responsibility for the reliable and timely transportation of complex multicomponent equipment by any means of transport: land, water or air transport.

We will assess the need to obtain a decision on classification or we will carry out block customs clearance in accordance with the current customs legislation of the EAEU. We will pay customs duties and other fees in Russian currency. The advantages of delivery on DDP terms from WR Group can be used by both foreign manufacturing companies and Russian enterprises.

Companies
Europe / world / not RF

Possibility to import goods and equipment into Russia and go through all customs formalities without having your own representative office / representative in the territory of the Russian Federation and a current account in Russian currency (rubles)

 

Implementation of warranty supplies / supplies of spare parts

Companies
Russian Federation

Possibility of purchasing foreign-made goods with payment in Russian currency (rubles)

 

Implementation of warranty supplies / supplies of spare parts

We carry out DDP delivery of cargoes to Russia from anywhere in the world with benefits for both parties

As part of the DDP delivery, WR Group will develop an economically viable route and carry out cargo transportation by any type of transport: road and rail, sea and river, air transport with customs clearance at any customs terminal throughout the Russian Federation

Incoterms 2020

When carrying out cargo transportation within the framework of international supplies of goods and equipment, Incoterms are used to clearly define and delineate the rights and obligations of the seller and the buyer. Incoterms ® (International commerce terms) is a trademark of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), which has developed this international set of rules.

Incoterms indicate which transport costs are borne by the seller and which by the buyer, and they also document who bears the financial risk in the event of loss or damage to the cargo (transfer of risk).

The last amendment to the Incoterms set of rules was formulated in 2019 and entered into force on January 1, 2020.

Incoterms are designed to standardize and unify the terms of delivery of goods. In addition, Incoterms ensure the uniform use of commonly accepted terms in national and international trade.

In Russia, the legal basis for the application of Incoterms is Article 9 of the UN Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods and Articles 421 and 422 of the Civil Code of the Russian Federation. At the same time, Incoterms themselves play the role of a trade custom and are optional. However, it is considered that if a foreign trade agreement contains a reference to one of the conditions provided for by Incoterms, the corresponding provisions become binding on the parties.

Incoterms 2020 contains eleven clauses, which are divided into two categories: for all modes of transport and for sea / inland waterway transport

Incoterms 2020 rules
for any type of transport

  • EXW - "Ex Works"
  • FCA - "Free Carrier"
  • CPT - "Carriage Paid to"
  • CIP - "Carriage and Insurance Paid to"
  • DPU - "Delivered Named Place Unloaded"
  • DAP - "Delivered at Place"
  • DDP - "Delivered Duty Paid"

Incoterms Rules 2020
for sea and inland waterway transport

  • FAS - "Free Alongside Ship"
  • FOB - "Free on Board"
  • CFR - "Cost and Freight"
  • CIF - "Cost Insurance and Freight"

In addition, Incoterms 2020 can be divided into four groups of rules for basic terms of delivery of goods: group E (shipment), group F (main transportation paid by the buyer), group C (main transportation paid by the seller) and group D (delivery). This classification is based on two principles: defining the obligations of the parties in relation to the transportation of the supplied goods and increasing the seller’s obligations from minimum to maximum.

Each Incoterms 2020 rule contains two sections of ten articles:

  • A1 / B1 General responsibilities
  • A2 / B2: Delivery
  • A3 / B3: Transfer of Risks
  • A4 / B4: Transportation
  • A5 / B5: Insurance
  • A6 / B6: Transportation and transportation documents
  • A7 / B7: Customs clearance of export / import
  • A8 / B8: Inspection / Packing / Marking
  • A9 / B9: Cost Allocation
  • A10 / B10: Notifications

Section “A” stipulates the obligations of the Seller, and section “B” – the obligations of the Buyer

In the new version of Incoterms 2020, the current rules were revised in order to simplify them as much as possible and remove unnecessary delivery bases that can cause confusion and misunderstanding in the use of trade terms, as well as a clearer explanation of all terms of delivery for exporters and importers around the world. As a result, Incoterms 2020 did not undergo significant changes: not a single term was deleted, and not a single term was added, one of the terms of delivery was renamed

You can read a summary of the main changes in Incoterms 2020 here

1. The term DAT has been renamed to DPU delivery condition.

DAT delivery basis (Delivered at Terminal) has been renamed to DPU Incoterms 2020 delivery term (Delivered Named Place Unloaded).

2. Changes to FCA delivery terms.

In accordance with the new Incoterms 2020 rules, the FCA delivery clause allows the parties to agree in the sales contract that the buyer must instruct his carrier to issue a bill of lading with an onboard record to the seller.

3. Change in the level of insurance coverage for the term CIP.

For the terms of delivery of CIP Incoterms 2020, the seller is now obliged to insure the goods against all risks with the maximum insurance coverage and the insured amount of at least 110% of the value of the goods.

4. Transportation of goods by our own transport

The new Incoterms 2020 rules currently take into account situations where you can use your own transport to deliver goods or enter into a transportation contract.

5. Allocation of costs

All costs associated with various aspects of the sale and purchase are now listed in clauses A9 / B9 ‘Allocation of costs’ for each Incoterms rule, as well as in the corresponding Incoterms clauses to which they relate.

6. Customs clearance: export, transit and import

International Incoterms 2020 rules more precisely explain which party, the seller or the buyer, is responsible for completing customs clearance and customs formalities at the border, assuming the costs and the risks. It also includes the release of goods in transit for the first time.

7. Safety requirements

Now Article A4 / B4 (‘Transportation’) of each Incoterms 2020 rule, as well as Article A7 / B7 (‘Customs clearance of export / import’) have general references to ‘security’.

8. Explanatory notes

Each Incoterms 2020 rule now contains ‘Explanatory Notes for Users’, which provide much more extensive explanatory notes with illustrations of the corresponding Incoterms delivery terms.

WR Group specialists will provide a complete list of Incoterms 2020 conditions with explanations and advise on individual terms of delivery. We will deliver goods and equipment to Russia under any Incoterms 2020 conditions. We will carry out DDP delivery of any cargo, including oversized, to Russia with customs clearance, taking on all responsibilities and risks during transportation.

They trust us

Certification

Learn More

Project Logistics

Learn More