Information for participants in the collective transport (CVV)
What do the new documents for participants in the collective transport scheme (CVV) look like?
When you pick up or return lock plates to the counter at Royal FloraHolland and/or VRM, you will receive a voucher. The voucher can be printed or e-mailed.
When you collect a lock plate, the distribution voucher looks
(If the lock plate is engraved, this is also stated)
To approve the transaction you will be asked for your signature. You can sign even if you decide to have the voucher emailed.
If you are in the collective transport scheme, contract information is not included. Scheme participants work on the basis of 'rent by duration' and so only the transaction date, colour and quantity will be stated.
When you hand in a lock plate,
the return voucher looks like this:
(If you are late in returning the lock plate by more than one week, the contract will be automatically extended by the same contract duration, in this case one week. The expiry date on the voucher will then be 08-11-2012)
For participants in the collective transport scheme, the same applies as with the distribution voucher. Contract details are not stated. Only the transaction date, lock plate colour and quantity are listed.
Invoices are raised every Thursday evening. The following documents are created:
Lock plate rental is listed on the same document as for Danish Trolley (CC Container) rental:
For lock plate rental only:
For both Danish Trolley and lock plate rental:
This document lists all the transactions that took place during the past week.
If you have also used Danish trolleys (CC Containers), the transactions for logistic supplies are listed on the transaction overview and the balances are given in three columns (shelves, trolleys, lock plates):