Market updates overview31 March 2021
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 we inform you about the impact of the corona virus on the Dutch and international horticulture market.
Market developments 31 March 2021
This report contains information as known on Wednesday 31th March 2021. Although this report has been compiled with the greatest care, it is possible that the current situation in a particular country or region is different from that shown here. No rights can be derived from this report.
Market Update 26 March 2021
- Message from Rhein-Maas Auction about Easter 2021: Auction takes place according to annual schedule
- Urgent request: Report infections within your company to keep our marketplace open
- Help to create a Corona-free marketplace: wear a face mask in open areas such as the KNB areas, delivery lanes and unshielded areas of stalls
- Market developments international
Market developments 24 March 2021
In week 12 2020, the market was hit hard by corona; that's why we are now making the comparison with 2019. Through Wednesday, the number of units sold on the clock this week comes in at 5.5% lower than week 12 in 2019 (cut flowers -4.6%; houseplants -21.0%; garden plants -19.6%). For direct, the number of units sold this week was 8.6% higher compared to 2019. Pricing on the clock, as in recent weeks, remains exceptionally good. The average price on the clock came to 29 cents. This is up a whopping 26.1% compared to the same week in 2019. Withdrawal this week averages at 0.2%. This suggests that withdrawal in 2021 will remain at a permanently low level.
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