"Delivered at place" means that the goods are delivered to an agreed destination.
The DAP provision belongs to the INCOTERMS and replaces the former clauses DES, DEQ, DAF and DDU since 2011.
The seller bears the costs as well as the risk of any damage or loss during transport. Once the goods have arrived at the place of unloading, the buyer assumes responsibility for the risks and costs of unloading. In the case of air freight, on the other hand, the transport often ends with the unloading of the goods, which is how long the risk remains on the seller's side.
DAP is suitable for all modes of transport. The place of delivery must be named as precisely as possible.