Veiling Rhein-Maas updates fees and regulations for 2016

Veiling Rhein-Maas is revising its auction regulations and the general terms and conditions for packaging and carriers, as well as the supplier and customer fees applicable in 2016.

The majority of supplier and customer fees will not change in 2016.

Customers will, as of 1/1/2016, be charged for costs incurred by Veiling Rhein-Maas for payments made with debit cards:
  • Payment with foreign debit card (Maestro): 1.18% of payment
  • Payment with German debit card (Electronic Cash): 0.25% of payment
In addition, the fees for safe boxes will be included in the fee table.

Suppliers will see a drop in the lot fees for cut flowers, from €2.95 to €2.45 per lot. In addition, a maximum of 5 lots will be imposed on carriers, and the fee for trolleys will increase from €5.95 to €6.95.

The aim of these changes is to relieve suppliers of some of the costs of small lots of cut flowers and niche products. Veiling Rhein-Maas hopes that this will have a positive effect on the breadth of the assortment of cut flowers auctioned at the clock.

For C contract suppliers, the marketing fee for the Clock Service will be increased from 5.5% to 7.5% in accordance with the business policies of the parent companies Landgard and FloraHolland.

Click here to view the new overview of supplier fees in 2016.
Click here to view the new overview of customer fees in 2016.

Click here to view the Auction Regulations applicable as of 1 January 2016. The Auction Regulations are comparable to the general terms and conditions of Veiling Rhein-Maas and are drawn up in German.
Click here to view the General Terms and Conditions for Packaging and Carriers as of 1 January 2016.

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Veiling Rhein-Maas

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