Change to rose auction times in Naaldwijk and Rijnsburg27 September 2017
From Thursday, 28 September 2017, the 'Rose' auction times will change at the Naaldwijk and Rijnsburg locations. This will allow us to work more uniformly and simply. What exactly is changing?
From 28 September 2017, we are forming the auction groups on the
basis of cultivar rather than origin (EU and non-EU). This follows
the classification of the Aalsmeer location.
The majority of the cultivars are already being auctioned at one clock. For those cultivars, nothing changes. Cultivars that are currently being auctioned at two clocks will be auctioned from 28 September 2017 at one permanent clock. For some suppliers this removes the possibility to auction sequentially.
In the table below, the most important cultivars are listed that are currently being auctioned at two clocks and where you can find them.
Change in auction groups 797 and 780
In Naaldwijk auction group 797 disappears from 28 September 2017. This auction group contains the shorter lengths (<55 cm). You will now find the short lengths in auction group 780. This measure will simplify the auction times at the Naaldwijk location.
Suppliers who are confronted with these changes have already been personally informed by the auctioneer.
If you have any questions, you can always contact the auctioneer.
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