How to register a new article
Martin & Servera only accept article information in the form of certificates (VCD). The VCD captures everything we need to be able to sell an article.
VCD (certificates) should always be sent when a new article shall be registered with Martin & Servera. This also applies to changes in package size. All types of changes to an article, such as changes in weight and number of units per pack, require a new VCD to be sent to Martin & Servera.
VCD through Dabas
If you as a supplier are connected to Dabas, the VCD can be generated directly to Martin & Servera through the Dabas website; www.dabas.com.
VCD if the company is not connected to Dabas
If you are not connected to Dabas, the file below should be filled in and sent by e-mail to Martin & Servera. Send your filled in certificate to: email@example.com.
Article certificate latest update 2017-04-10
Changes to the VCD templates
Changes to our article certificate templates take place continuously. On this page you can always find and download the latest version. It is important that you ensure that the latest version is used. Old templates cannot be managed by Martin & Servera.
Routines of registration
All incoming VCD files are saved in an article bank. As decisions are made, the new articles are activated and updated continuously. Note that this does not mean that a submitted certificate automatically will be accepted or updated in Martin & Servera's assortment.
Article certificates for wine, spirits, beer
When registering a new product or changes of a product within the category of wine, spirits and beer, the following template should be used:
Article certificate for wine, spirit and beer latest update 2017-04-20
All certificates for wine, spirits and beer are sent through e-mail to your usual contact at Martin & Servera.
MSC or ASC certification
If your article is certified by MSC or ASC, the document / template for each certification must be sent to the product manager for seafood firstname.lastname@example.org for approval before the new article can be created.
Uppdaterad 20 april 2017