A simple way to correct settled direct trade transactions yourself21 September 2018
Royal FloraHolland is working on automating corrections to direct trade transactions that have already been settled. In this way, it will be possible to process corrections faster and error-free. This will save both you and us valuable time.
After a successful test with the EAB corrections, developments are moving forward. We process corrections quickly and easily in three different ways. You can choose which approach best suits the way you work and the number of corrections to be processed. Here is a quick run-down of the different formats that you can use.
Fast and several simultaneously: a CSV file
Both buyers and growers can supply corrections in a CSV file. A 'comma-separated values' (CSV) file is a structured file that the software can read automatically. This is the fastest way to process multiple corrections simultaneously. You can process all kinds of corrections with a CSV file. You can generate a CSV file directly from your software package or you can convert an Excel file to CSV format.
Direct from your own software package: the EAB correction
As a grower, you can make an EAB correction within your own software package that will process your correction automatically. This method is suitable for certain types of single corrections. Making an EAB correction works in pretty much the same way as making a normal EAB. For more information, please contact your software provider.
Organized manually: the Excel correction file
Would you rather work with trusted Excel? No problem. There is an Excel format for Royal FloraHolland corrections. We ask you to use this file to enter your corrections. In this way we will always have the correct information, provided in the correct way. The Excel file is suitable for buyers and growers and for all types of corrections. You will find an explanation of how to use it in the second tab sheet. Interested in the Excel file? Contact our Customer Service.
Do you still have questions about submitting direct trade corrections? Please contact our Customer Service.
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