When creating a Clock delivery, you send an clock EAB to the auction. All kinds of information can be found on this auction note. In this article, we will explain the different fields on the note.


The Clock EAB

An example of an clock EAB can be seen in the image below. We will deal with the various sections in the note below.


Step-by-step explanation

  • Barcode: This barcode is used to register a trolley. When this arrives at the location, it only has to be scanned by means of this barcode.

  • Certificate: The certificates that Floricode recognises can be seen under the barcode.

  • Type of delivery: At the top of the note, you can see that it concerns a Clock delivery.

  • QR code When the QR code is scanned, you can see which lots are on the trolley.


  • Grower number: The grower number is the unique number with which you, as grower, may offer the trade items at the auction.

  • Supply method: This concerns the way in which logistics are organised, for example BLO ('not through logistics’). This field may be blank when printing the note, but the information will be included via the QR code.

  • End location: The abbreviation RBG stands for Rijnsburg as end location.

  • Auction group: The auction group is displayed here, on the basis of the standard codes that Royal FloraHolland has drawn up for for flowers and plants.nten.

  • Trolley serial number: If multiple trolleys are delivered for Auction, the trolley serial number can be found here.


  • Date: The date on which the Clock delivery takes place displayed in day / month / year.

  • Note serial number: If multiple notes are created, this box indicates the order.

  • Consignment note number: The unique number allocated to this note.

  • Trolleys (total): The total number of load carriers in the delivery.

  • Packaging units (total): The total number of packaging units in the delivery.

  • Individual shelves (total): Total number of individual shelves in the delivery.


  • Grower number: The grower number is the unique number with which you, as grower, may offer the trade items at the auction.

  • Consignment note number: The unique number allocated to this note.

  • Date: The date on which the Clock delivery takes place displayed in day / month / year.

  • Quality group: The group in which the product is sold in accordance with the VBN supply regulations.

  • Auction group: The auction group is displayed here, on the basis of the standard codes that Royal FloraHolland has drawn up for for flowers and plants.n.


The information about the trade items or lots to be auctioned can be found in this section, such as the number of sales units, the number of items per sales unit, the product code, the product description and the grading code.


  • Total sales units: The total number of sales units of the different trade items/lots.

  • EAB number: This number corresponds with the consignment note number.

  • Top copy: If the note is part of a top copy, the number of the top copy can be found here.

  • Phytosanitary registration number: You only have to set up this number once and it will be in the plant passport and on the auction note.

  • Barcode: This is the same barcode as at the top of the letter. This can be scanned at various places depending on preference.

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