Delivered at Place Unloaded (DPU)

Delivered at Place Unloaded is an incoterm used to signify an agreement that requires the seller to deliver unloaded goods at a specified place.

What is Delivered at Place Unloaded (DPU) ?
Delivered at Place Unloaded is an agreement or contract wherein the seller is required to deliver unloaded goods at a particular place. DPU is the only incoterm rule that requires the seller to unload goods. Under this agreement, the seller also has to cover all transportation costs, including the export fees, carriage, unloading charges, etc., and assume risks and damage to the goods until delivery.