Delivery Duty Unpaid (DDU) means that the buyer is responsible for paying any import duties or taxes that may be imposed by the importing country when the goods arrive at their specified destination. While the seller is responsible for arranging and paying for the transportation of the goods to the destination, the buyer assumes responsibility for customs clearance, including the payment of any duties or taxes.
This means that the buyer may incur additional costs beyond the price of the goods and the shipping fees. These costs can include customs clearance fees, import duties, and taxes. The buyer should be prepared to handle these expenses and should have a good understanding of the customs regulations and procedures in their country.
Orders shipped under DDU terms will not be charged local sales tax (VAT) in the United Kingdom. Instead, the buyer will be responsible for paying any import taxes or duties that may be imposed by the destination country.
It is difficult to determine the exact payment for shipments under DDU terms due to various factors, such as the destination country's local tax rate, local postal charges and duties rates if applicable.