Royal FloraHolland publishes market updates overview

NL: "5.6% more units sold on the clock than week 8 last year"

Royal FloraHolland keeps a close eye on developments surrounding the coronavirus in order to keep our (member) suppliers, buyers, employees and visitors to our locations safe and healthy. In these market updates, they inform you about the impact of the corona virus on the Dutch and international horticulture market.

Market developments 24 February 2021
Up to and including February 24, the number of units sold on the clock is 5.6% higher than week 8 last year (cut flowers +5.1%; houseplants +7.9%; garden plants +45.9%). For direct, the number of units sold this week was 16.8% higher than last year. Pricing on the clock is good. On average, the average price on the clock came to 44 cents. This is 30.2% higher compared to the same week last year. Withdrawal so far this week averages 0.0%. This keeps withdrawal in this new year at a consistently low level.

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