DDP Shipping

Shipping networking equipment with DDP terms can be stressful and problematic, especially when shipping high value, large scale IT equipment. Even multinational corporations may not have knowledge of the complex procedures and compliance requirements established within the various countries where their end users are located. Additionally, businesses may not have a local entity that can act as the consignee on the shipment or a trusted representative to fulfil the final leg of the deployment – making international shipping complicated and risky.

DDP (otherwise known as delivery duties paid) shipping terms can be very high risk for business – both in terms of delays and unforeseen extra costs.


Complete cargo clarity

TecEx offers a seamless and hassle-free simulated DDP delivery service to industry leaders in the technology space looking to simplify their global logistics. From co-ordinating freight, to navigating the intricate details of customs compliance, we provide an end-to-end solution for our clients through our unparalleled expertise and vast network in more than 200 countries and territories.

What is DDP?

Delivered Duty Paid (DDP) is a type of delivery agreement between an international shipper and receiver. If goods are shipped with DDP terms, the shipper is responsible for delivering the goods to the receiver.

Why are DDP terms risky for businesses sending goods internationally?

Shipping on DDP terms means that throughout the entire importing process, the shipper assumes all responsibilities for the shipment – which can be extremely risky in an unknown territory. The business may not have any knowledge or experience on the various procedures established within a foreign country. Additionally, DDP terms state that the shipping company is liable for all costs associated with transporting goods to the buyer – up until the goods have been received. Should the goods not have the correct compliance documentation, licences and permits, they may get stuck in customs indefinitely and/or incur unforeseen costs such fines, penalties and could even risk the possibility of being seized in the destination country.

How does TecEx assist with DDP Services?

TecEx is a reliable Importer of Record company that aims to make the importing process completely hassle-free for our clients. We provide an end-to-end solution that allows your business to offer DDP terms to your customers while we work hard in the background to create a seamless experience for both you and your end-user. You also won’t have to sacrifice potential business as a result of not having a registered entity in that country as our global network will enable you to import goods into more than 200 countries and territories. Our extensive knowledge of the compliance procedures and requirements allow us to clear goods quickly and easily in even the most notoriously technical and difficult countries. We handle everything: co-ordinating freight, obtaining the licenses and permits, filing the necessary documentation, paying the duties and taxes and completing final mile delivery in-country – we do it all for you at a click of a button.

Does my business have to have a registered entity in a country for us to offer DDP terms to my customer?

No. By partnering with TecEx, you will be able to ship goods to more than 200 countries and territories with no registered entity required.

Does TecEx help with shipping IT equipment to data centres?

Yes. TecEx offers a simulated DDP service for all technology corporates looking to ship their high value, large scale networking equipment to data centers abroad.

Where to get DDP services?

Choose TecEX for ddp services as our solution is an end-to-end logistics and in-transit management solution by which we handle all technicalities, pay all import taxes and fees on your behalf and
ensure that all your goods are cleared through customs.

Contact TecEx for all your DDP delivery service needs.

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