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Delivered at Terminal (DAT)

What is DAT pricing?

Delivered at Terminal (DAT) is an Incoterm acronym that means the cost of delivering goods to a nominated place is covered by the seller.

These costs are included in the price of goods and is made clear at the time the agreement with the seller is made.

DAT pricing helps to establish the overall amount it will cost a company to manufacture and ship goods being made overseas to a nominated local location.

DAT costing is often used when the seller has a better logistics network than the buyer and can be useful for both parties when there are multiple buyers taking advantage of the seller’s logistics infrastructure.

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