1. Auction clock catalogue sales
Real-time clock auction system: selling lot per lot to the highest bidder. Internet buyers and auction room buyers are bidding on each lot; the bidder who stops the clock the first, is bidding the highest price. The clock sale is ideal for a demanding market and delivers in a very transparent way the best price, thanks to the competing buyers, local as remote.
Our clock team is happy to provide more information.
- GFC Central Dealing rooms, Athens, Mumbai, Brussels – 6 computer-controlled auction clocks
- Cloud base Remote bidding system
- 6 days a week
- Dutch auction system
- Simultaneous network
2. Web catalogue Sales
Web portal e-commerce /e-bidding/e-mediation
On the web portal, lots can be oﬀered for purchase at any time via the e-bidding, e-mediation, and preordering system.
The mediation method facilitates negotiations between the producer and buyer or an intermediary party. In the electronic version, the price is determined by evaluation of various factors in a specific time frame. The evaluation is either carried out by the market maker – on the basis of the information received – or it is automatically processed by the system, via a specific built-in assignment procedure.
Customers who prefer to buy produce via mediation are in contact with a member of our sales team.
3. Advanced Sales contracts
- Commercial team
- Pre-fixed price on lots
4. Warehouse Sales / Remaining
National & International Agricultural Warehouse Sales:
Unsold products of 2 consecutive Auction sessions/days are automatically transferred to the “Central Warehouse Sales”. Here all unsold products are grouped and made available to all buyers, local as remote. The remaining products for sale are sold at a fixed price, which is equal to the last purchase price from the Auction clock, plus a small percentage.