Duty Drawback
Maritime Law

Understanding Duty Drawback in Shipping

When goods and materials are imported to a country for processing and the finished or processed goods re-exported, the Customs duty that has been paid at the time of the import of the goods and materials can be drawn back from the government. This is generally known as Duty drawback.

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Delivery Duty Paid
Maritime Law

DDP & DDU Shipping Terms Explained

In international commercial transactions, the terms Delivery Duty Paid (DDP) and Delivery Duty Unpaid (DDU) are used to indicate two different types of sales and shipping transactions. Find out about their importance in the article.

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ETD and ETA USE
Maritime Law

What is ETD and ETA in Shipping?

ETD is the abbreviated version of Expected or Estimated Time of Departure while ETA stands for Expected or Estimated Time of Arrival. Find out their meaning and importance inside the article.

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