With DDP (merchant collects the duties and taxes shown at checkout from the customer), FlavorCloud remits the amounts to customs organizations in importing countries. With DDU, FlavorCloud shows an estimate at checkout for duties and taxes, while the customer receives a duty bill directly from customs or the carrier, and the shipment will not be delivered unless the duties due are paid.
Articles in this section
- What do DDU and DDP mean, and what is the difference?
- Should I offer my customers DDP or DDU?
- Can I set DDP or DDU as a default in my checkout?
- Where do I place the customs documentation that goes with shipments?
- Who do I send the required customs documentation to?
- How do I get a commercial invoice?
- Who and where are customs duties and taxes remitted to?
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