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Calculate weighing Percent. %

Aluminium Plate 3m x 8mx 8mm

Steel Profile "L" 50x50x4mm x 8mts (lenght)

Copper square bar 40x40mm x 4mts

Item
Description

162,750

200

125

Unit
Value

1,400

120

350

780

Monthly
Qty

40

23.96%

24,000

43,750

39,000

Total
Value

56,000

% of
Total

14.75%

26.88%

## Item groupauction (Lot)

Stainless Steele Plate 1x2mt x 4mm

Dear Buyer, prepare the listing of items that you wish to purchase through reverse auction, the unitary max prices and the purchasing volume on specific period (monthly/annual).

Calculate auction Base Value

34.41%

Having the weighing
%s

23.96%

26.88%

14.75%

34.41%

761.93

Suppliers who participate on reverse auctions for lots, will bid only ONE VALUE. This amount corresponds to the sale value of the lot in the considered period (one month in this example).

Unit
Value

Auction Base Value

162,750

Lowest one

Weighing % of Total

156,000

1,367.80

117.26

335.46

New
Offer

Better
Offer

162,000

159,000

Unit
Value

Unit
Value

1,393.60

1,341.99

119.47

115.05

341.91

348.36

747.55

776.30

With the subsequent offers presented by invited suppliers (each one the lowest), You will be able to determine the new unitary prices, based on weighing %s of each item.

## Auction with several items

1. Easy to carry out if a clear (and single) Base Value for the auction is determined .
2. To obtain a better economy of scale, buyer should consider an important period of time (one year or one month of purchases).
3. Buyer needs to establish the way unitary prices will be calculated once auction finishes (this example - weighing %), and comunicate the chosen procedure to invited suppliers.
4. Auction lowest value (winner) could be composed with different unitary prices, therefore buyer (auction owner), needs to define clear rules about expected unitary prices variations.