3 Replies Latest reply on Jul 19, 2018 9:18 AM by inuser483534

    Standard adress for netherland and house numbering suffix separator ?

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      Hello,

      I wondering about the standard for adress for Netherland about house numbering with suffix.

      ADRESSDOCTOR formats adress separing house number and suffix with a slash "/" i.e.

       

      Source adress:

       

      Primary Line:     DRIESLAG 5-1

      Secondary Line:    

      Last Line:     6832 AM ARNHEM

      Country:     NL

       

      Processed adress:

       

      Primary Line:     DRIESLAG 5/1

      Secondary Line:    

      Last Line:     6832 AM ARNHEM

      Country:     NL

       

      I wondering because:

       

      1) UPU documentation write that same adresse using a dash "-"  (reference  PDF: http://www.upu.int/fileadmin/documentsFiles/activities/addressingUnit/nldEn.pdf)

       

      2) Netherland Postal adress normalisation service use a space character  ( reference : service at url https://www.postnl.nl/en/find-an-address/)

       

      So i'm confuse about the existing rule and standard, Can anyone give me more information about the standard ?

       

      Best regards