Which packaging prices will change as of 6 January 2020?13 December 2019
Packaging prices can change twice a year. This usually happens on the first Monday of January and the first Monday of July. As of Monday 6 January 2020, various packaging materials will change in price.
This concerns several types of single-use packaging. Furthermore, the rental structure of the multi-use plant tray Floratino will change, and as a result the supplier will no longer pay any rent on the balance.
Multi-use plant tray Floratino - no rent for supplier
As market leader in transport packaging, we want to do more with less plastic. This is in line with our sustainability mission and we have also agreed to this in the Plastic Pact NL. Multi-use plant trays fit into this mission perfectly. To further encourage the use of the multi-use plant tray series Floratino, the supplier will no longer pay any rent on the balance as of 6 January 2020. The rent charged to the supplier upon issue will be refunded in the event of a transaction via Royal FloraHolland.
You will not pay any rent on the balance as a supplier for Floratino in 2020. Nothing will change for the customer.
Price changes for single-use cardboard packaging
The raw material prices of cardboard have decreased slightly. As a result, the prices of a number of single-use cardboard packages will decrease as well.
Normpack® prices unchanged
The prices of Normpack® trays will remain unchanged.
Pallet discounts for delivering plant boxes to the nursery
The pallet discount for delivering plant boxes 'to the nursery' will undergo the following changes:
For corrugated cardboard plant boxes with Royal FloraHolland printing, there is still one rate:
|Plants in corrugated cardboard||Discount per pallet|
|6 pallets or more||€ 9,00|
Two rates apply to solid cardboard plant boxes with Royal FloraHolland printing:
|Plants in solid corrugated cardboard||Discount per pallet|
|6 - 11 pallets||€ 9,00|
|12 pallets or more||€ 17,00|
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