A trolley that is overloaded with excessively high stacks of FC 519 can lead to damaged product, occupational safety complaints and disruptions to the processing.
Poorly secured boxes that extend beyond the edges of the trolley can fall during transport. This damages your product and disrupts our logistical processes, resulting in distribution delays. Every week, high costs are incurred by this. After consultation with the Chrysanthemum FPC, the supply regulations have been revised as follows:
1. Additional shelf
For occupational safety reasons, always use a shelf when loading more than 27 FC 519 boxes.
If the boxes are not secured by the trolley itself, then use a PVC tube (FC 180) for additional support. They are available from the FloraHolland issuing depots. From 5 January 2015 the fee for renting them will decrease from €0.40 to €0.30.
There is another option specifically reserved for chrysanthemums: tilting the two outermost boxes to secure the other boxes. In that case, a shelf must be inserted in the 9th hole from the top to provide sufficient overlap with the top and rear racks.
In both your interest and floraholland's, checking of this shall be done from 12 January 2015 in the supply to all locations.