TSD introduces online supply and demand Treecommerce system to UK

UK growers, including Boningale, James Coles & Sons and Wyevale Nurseries are to trial Treecommerce.com, a supply and demand stock system.

Last year TSD launched Treecommerce.com, a supply and demand system based in the Netherlands.

Treecommerce enables growers to show specific stock to customers, buying lists to suppliers and allows suppliers to offer quotes and make enquiries to match supply and demand between partners.

The system integrates with WinTree software.

The site also allows growers to link a photo to stock batches so that customers can see what products look like. 

Already in use in the Netherlands, this spring, the first group of companies in England – including Brentwood Moss, Boningale, James Coles & Sons, Wyevale Nurseries and a number of business partners – will be introduced to Treecommerce.com.

The launch is expected this autumn.

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