Wholesale trade; employment and finance per sector, SIC 2008, 2009-2013

Wholesale trade; employment and finance per sector, SIC 2008, 2009-2013

Sector/branches (SIC 2008) Periods Jobs Employee (x 1 000) Jobs Employed person (x 1 000) Labour volume persons employed Employee (x 1 000) Labour volume persons employed Employed person (x 1 000) Operating returns Total (x mln euro) Operating returns Net turnover Total (x mln euro) Operating returns Net turnover Domestic net turnover (x mln euro) Operating returns Net turnover Foreign net turnover (x mln euro) Operating returns Other revenues (x mln euro) Operating costs Total (x mln euro) Operating costs Purchase value of sales (x mln euro) Operating costs Personnel costs Total (x mln euro) Operating costs Personnel costs Gross wages and salaries (x mln euro) Operating costs Personnel costs Employers' social contributions Total (x mln euro) Operating costs Personnel costs Other social insurance costs (x mln euro) Operating costs Personnel costs Other personnel costs (x mln euro) Operating costs Other operating costs Total (x mln euro) Operating costs Other operating costs Costs of energy use (x mln euro) Operating costs Other operating costs Housing costs (x mln euro) Operating costs Other operating costs Equipment and inventory costs (x mln euro) Operating costs Other operating costs Transport costs (x mln euro) Operating costs Other operating costs Sales costs (x mln euro) Operating costs Other operating costs Communication costs (x mln euro) Operating costs Other operating costs Costs of other services (x mln euro) Operating costs Other operating costs Other liabilities (x mln euro) Operating costs Depreciation fixed assets (x mln euro) Operating results (x mln euro) Pre-tax results (x mln euro)
46 Wholesale trade (no motor vehicles) 2013 488.9 596.8 417.7 502.7 439,959 436,386 224,321 212,065 3,575 421,904 345,327 26,791 19,178 4,386 170 3,058 45,943 756 3,458 935 2,462 7,100 697 6,872 23,663 3,843 18,056 18,497
462-469 Wholesale 2013 467.6 562.8 399.6 474.9 432,081 428,670 218,060 210,610 3,412 414,606 340,807 25,458 18,208 4,185 158 2,907 44,639 718 3,316 894 2,329 6,842 624 6,698 23,217 3,703 17,475 17,962
462 Wholesale of agricultural products 2013 33.1 43.2 26.5 33.9 46,255 46,097 16,289 29,809 158 45,427 41,976 1,567 1,098 242 9 219 1,662 74 250 66 216 219 42 453 343 221 828 740
463 Wholesale of food and beverages 2013 81.8 105.8 67.4 86.3 75,712 74,993 48,405 26,588 719 71,562 60,391 4,204 2,759 646 19 779 6,049 206 526 216 477 1,343 81 1,071 2,129 919 4,151 4,115
464 Wholesale of consumer goods 2013 112.7 138.6 94.6 114.7 76,011 74,503 38,461 36,042 1,508 70,810 53,385 6,023 4,404 949 43 627 10,527 123 872 156 440 2,677 177 1,896 4,186 876 5,201 5,349
465 Wholesale of ICT-equipment 2013 57.5 64.5 51.4 57.4 62,004 61,780 24,946 36,834 224 58,995 39,996 4,070 2,905 702 25 438 14,608 45 320 52 234 1,471 85 800 11,602 321 3,009 2,919
466 Wholesale of other machinery 2013 87.2 99.2 76.7 86.9 38,553 38,285 23,407 14,878 269 36,595 27,924 4,611 3,409 769 35 398 3,500 98 526 120 401 498 114 683 1,061 561 1,958 1,817
467 Other specialised wholesale 2013 82.1 94.0 72.6 82.4 128,089 127,641 62,172 65,468 449 125,983 113,000 4,432 3,261 787 25 359 7,821 156 728 268 507 565 114 1,698 3,786 730 2,106 2,807
469 Non-specialised wholesale 2013 13.3 17.4 10.4 13.4 5,456 5,372 4,380 991 84 5,234 4,135 551 372 90 2 87 472 17 94 17 54 71 12 97 111 76 222 217
Source: CBS.
Explanation of symbols

Table description


This table shows relevant data for the economic sector 'wholesale trade', e.g. the number of persons employed, costs and revenues, turnover and other financial results. The figures can be divided by a number of branches according to Statistics Netherlands' Standard Industrial Classification of all Economic Activities 2008 (SIC 2008).

Data available from: 2009 - 2013.

Status of the figures:
All data in the table are definite.

Changes as of 22 April 2016:
Non, this table has been discontinued.

When will new figures be published?
The figures from 2014 can be found in the table 'Trade and industry; employment and finance per sector, SIC 2008'. See paragraph 3.

Description topics

Jobs
A job is an explicit or implicit employment contract between a person and an economic unit which specifies that labour will be carried out in return for (financial) remuneration.

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A distinction is made between jobs of employees and jobs of self-employed persons.
Employee
A person who has a contract with an economic unit to carry out work in return for financial remuneration.
Employed person
Someone working for a company located in the Netherlands, or an
institution or private household in the Netherlands.
Labour volume persons employed
The volume of labour input in the production process, in terms of hours worked or full-time equivalents.
Employee
A person who has a contract with an economic unit to carry out work in return for financial remuneration.
Employed person
Someone working for a company located in the Netherlands, or an
institution or private household in the Netherlands.
Operating returns
The results from normal business activities, this is the sales of goods
and services, the value of stock changes, the activated production for
the company, subsidies and damage claims.
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Since 2007, wage cost subsidies are no longer included.
Total
Net turnover
Business returns, excluding VAT (value added taxes) from the selling of
goods and services to customers. Turnover is calculated after deduction of
discounts, bonuses, returnable
deposits and on-charged freight costs
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Customers could be private persons and companies outside (the Dutch part)
of the concern.
Total
Domestic net turnover
Total net turnover from sales to domestic buyers
Foreign net turnover
Total net turnover from sales to foreign buyers
Other revenues
Revenues that are not part of net turnover.
These are:
- the value of changes in stock, including work in progress;
- payments for personnel on loan;
- activated production for the company;
- subsidies and export restitutions;
- compensation for damages.
Operating costs
The costs made to achieve the operating profits, that is the purchase
value of the turnover, labour costs, and depreciation on assets, and other
business expenditure.
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Since 2007, wage (cost) subsidies are no longer included in net
operating returns. Therefore, wage (cost) subsidies are deducted from
operating costs.
Total
Purchase value of sales
The costs of raw materials and semi-manufactured goods, packaging
materials, trading goods, wages for work hired for the production of the
goods and services used in the production within the reporting years.
Personnel costs
This category comprises expenses like
- gross wages and salaries of employees, including social
security and pension scheme contributions
- payments for temporary workers and hired personnel
- costs of schooling and training
- recruitment and selection costs
- canteen costs
- costs for health and safety provisions
- working clothes
- anniversary celebrations, etc.
Total
Gross wages and salaries
The category gross wages and salaries refers to employees on the payroll
and includes
- wages including employees' contributions to social insurances minus sick
pay;
- bonuses, holiday allowances, thirteenth month payments and dismissal
payments
- allowances for commuter traffic
- contributions to savings schemes
Employers' social contributions
The premiums paid by employers to social security on the gross wages.
These include imputed and actual social premiums and actual pension premiums, and payments made directly by the employer.
Total
Other social insurance costs
This category includes:
- contributions to health insurance;
- costs of staff relocation and housing;
- costs of child care, etc.
Other personnel costs
Other personnel costs
This category includes:
- payments for temporary workers and staff on secondment;
- costs of schooling and training;
- recruitment and selection costs;
- canteen costs;
- costs for health and safety provisions;
- costs for work clothes;
- anniversary celebrations, etc.
Other operating costs
The sum of the energy costs, transport costs, housing costs, costs of
machinery, inventory, installations etc, other personnel costs, sales
costs, communication costs, service costs and other costs not specified
elsewhere.
Total
Costs of energy use
The costs of fuels used to power an energy source, for light and/or heat.
Not included are the costs of fuels used by means of transport or that are
used as raw materials, and also the costs for the use of water and the
costs for technical or compound gasses.
Housing costs
Including rent, lease and repair and maintenance of housing and premises,
cleaning services and insurance premiums water consumption, furniture, etc
Equipment and inventory costs
Rent and lease of machinery, equipment and computers (excluding software)
and (office) furniture and equipment.
Transport costs
Costs related to means of transport, including
- rental costs and lease costs
- repair and maintenance
- costs of insurances and road tax
- fuel costs.
Sales costs
Costs of sales and promotion, including advertising, commercial fairs,
representation, goodwill, travel and hotel costs and costs of research and
development by third parties.

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Since 2006 costs of research and development by third parties are
included in the group 'Costs of other services'.
Communication costs
Walkie-talkies, (mobile) phones, fax machines, Internet, e-mail, messenger services, etc.
Costs of other services
Costs of services provided by others not classified elsewhere.

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These costs include:
- banking costs (excluding interest costs and currency losses)
- insurance premiums paid to third parties (not classified elsewhere)
- research and development costs by third parties, - -
- accountancy, legal aid and assistance, etc.
- ICT services provided by third parties, including hardware and software
- separately paid transport costs
- costs of waste disposal and waste processing
Since 2006 costs of research and development by third parties are
included in this group.
Other liabilities
This category includes costs and payments for activities like licenses, copyright, royalties, lease and rent of software, overhead costs and taxes, office supplies, etc.
Depreciation fixed assets
Depreciation of durable means of production, e.g. machinery buildings, transport equipment, computers and software due to normal usage and economic obsolescence. Depreciation of intangible assets, e.g. costs of research and development, acquisition of intellectual rights and goodwill.
Operating results
Operating returns minus operating costs.
Pre-tax results
The sum of the operating results, the financial results, the balance of
provisions and extra-ordinary results.