The Belgian manufacturer, in consultation with T:INTERTRADE, orders the raw material for the production, i.e. wood, fittings, etc. TREEEC may also use purchase advantages because T:INTERTRADE for other business partners also buys from this raw materials supplier. As a rule, the supplier will also be a member of TREEEC. The payment is made by direct credit on the account of the raw material supplier. T:INTERTRADE becomes the owner of the goods, delivered to a consignment stock of the furniture manufacturer. The producer removes the material from this stock and processes it into wardrobes. This can be done in his own name or in the form of contract production for T:INTERTRADE. One by one, he puts the finished wardrobes back into the consignment stock and immediately receives the difference between his selling price and the raw material or his fee for the commissioned production.
The wardrobes are delivered in part or all on behalf of T:INTERTRADE to Turkey, usually also with a logistics company affiliated as Business Partner. Either the delivery takes place in the consignment stock at the wholesaler or directly to the end customer. The wholesaler places the invoice to the end customer, but assigns this claim directly to T:INTERTRADE. He immediately receives the corresponding credit of his trading margin, i.e. the difference between the agreed intermediate trading price – free consignment stock or free end customer – and the final price on his T:ACCOUNT. In addition, there is the sales tax, provided it is not mutually offset. Everything else is done by T:INTERTRADE. It is also quite possible that the hotel, if it is also in the system, does not pay the wardrobes directly, but claims an interest-free financing by TREEEC. This in turn takes the form of participation financing or, for example, is a further supplementary business in connection with a contract with a tour operator.