Dat makes sure the seller clears the goods for export

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shipment. DAT makes sure the seller clears the goods for export  and bears all risks and costs associated with delivering the goods  and unloading them at the terminal at the named port or place of  destination. DAP makes sure the seller clears the goods for export  and bears all risks and costs associated with delivering the goods to the named place of destination not unloaded. Lastly DDP, makes  sure the seller bears all risks and costs associated with delivering  the goods to the named place of destination ready for unloading  and cleared for import. Shipping goods to Mexico will require strict documentation  and procedures. Mexican buyers are responsible for obtaining  permits, making payments to Mexican authorities, and contracting  a Mexican Customs Broker. Exporters need to use an experience  freight forwarder and Mexican customs broker. The most common  way to ship goods to Mexico is by truck and railroads. Only  Mexican Customs brokers are allowed to clear products through  Mexico Customs. Exports require documentation including the  amount, description, and price. Products must meet the criteria and requirements such as labeling, packaging, and certificate of free  sale. Lastly, the Mexican government requires all exports to have  in importer of record. The exporter must have a person or company responsible for the import of your products. Companies must also  be registered into Mexico’s Import records. Companies have to  abide by wood packing materials
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regulations and arranging a pre shipment inspection by a private  organization. * Free Carrier: Can be used for any transport mode, or where there  is more than one transport mode. A very flexible rule that is  suitable for all situations where the buyer arranges the main  carriage. For example: * Seller arranges pre-carriage from seller’s depot to the named  place, which can be a terminal or transport hub, forwarder’s  warehouse etc. Delivery and transfer of risk takes place when the  truck or other vehicle arrives at this place, ready for unloading – in  other words, the carrier is responsible for unloading the goods. (If  there is more than one carrier, then risk transfers on delivery to the  first carrier.) * Where the named place is the seller’s premises, then the seller is  responsible for loading the goods onto the truck etc. NB this is an  important difference from Ex Works EXW In all cases, the seller is responsible for export clearance; the buyer assumes all risks and costs after the goods have been delivered at  the named place.
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