Delivered Duty Unpaid

MoneyBestPal Team
A term that indicates that the customer is responsible for paying any customs charges, duties, or taxes of the destination country.

When a package is labeled as "delivered duty unpaid" (DDU), it means that the client is responsible for covering all customs fees, tariffs, or taxes imposed by the destination nation. 

The most recent edition of international trade regulations, Incoterms 2020, does not utilize this outmoded phrase. Delivered-at-place (DAP) is the phrase currently used to describe DDU.