Clarity about differences in invoices from Royal FloraHolland16 June 2016
As a supplier, you receive from Royal FloraHolland a product statement, services invoice, weekly statement, payment specification statement and a monthly statement. Because we have noticed that this causes confusion among suppliers, we decided to clarify the differences below.
You receive this statement every day, by 14:00 at the latest. It specifies the proceeds from your products, minus the auction costs and the VAT. The packaging collection is also listed on the product statement.
Once a week (on Thursday) you receive the services invoice. You are charged on this document for the Royal FloraHolland services you have used. These services do not fall under the auction regulations. The calculated VAT is deductible on your VAT declaration.
The weekly statement (sent out on Friday afternoon) is a summary of your five product statements. The services invoice is also included on this weekly statement. The total overview of your proceeds and costs up to and including that week is given in a separate column. You can use the weekly statement to adjust your accounts.
Would you like to receive the weekly statement? Then register via My Royal FloraHolland. Starting in July 2016 that will no longer be necessary because all suppliers will receive a weekly statement from then on.
Payment specification statement
The payment specification statement (sent out on Wednesday) contains the product statements and the services invoice for a week. The proceeds from the Eelde location and the Rhein Maas Auction are included. If you have issued an authorisation to a collective transporter or import handler, then these settlements will also appear on the payment specification statement.
This presents an overview of all your proceeds and services for one month. Because only a few suppliers use this service, it is a customised service and costs € 10 per month.
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