delivery point


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Delivery Point

In international commerce and futures contracts, the agreed-upon location where the seller or his/her representative must hand over the underlying good or commodity in order to have fulfilled the obligation to make delivery. Often, a delivery point is a warehouse.
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delivery point

The specified location at which a commodity may be delivered to satisfy a futures contract. The points and procedures for delivery are established by the exchange on which the contract trades.
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