Since the company was launched in 2010, Daniels OFP B.V. has specialised in the daily delivery of organic vegetables to packing stations and importers in the potato, vegetable and fruit sector, right across Europe.
Founder Peter Daniels explained, “In every business activity, we focus on satisfying the needs of every individual client, to the maximum. Thanks to the combination of supplying quality products, clear communication throughout the process and satisfying the flexibility demanded by the market, we have seen the number of requests for product sourcing rise steadily over the past few years. To provide our relations with the right information, at the right time, we developed an extranet a few years ago. By offering them access to that information any time, any place, we are now taking the next step.”
Sourcing platform for buyers and growers
Daniels is investing in developing an online sourcing platform that makes life even easier for its business relations, by providing a full-service solution. Using the Daniels Sourcing Platform, each client can indicate its requirements in terms of specific products – in this case (organic) fruit and vegetables – at any time. In response, the platform initiates a 24/7 search for products that meet those exact requirements. The user-friendly platform also makes it possible to input the client’s own specifications or the UNECE standards, to identify the available products during the specified delivery period.
“Once a match is found, the order is processed fully automatically, from loading right through to payment. The process remains full-service and hands on, as our customers expect from us. Each participant remains in real time contact with a specialist network,” concluded Daniels.
Interested in the possibilities?
Together with users, the company is constantly working to identify optimum solutions that benefit all participants on the platform. To keep up to date on the latest developments register via the website www.danielssourcingplatform.eu. The Daniels Sourcing Platform is currently still in development.