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If your company has become customer after 4.5.2020, the generation of GTIN codes will be done in the new GS1 Register. Those who have previously joined customers will still generate the GTINs according to the instructions below.
There are several types of barcodes and use cases. Barcode types and use cases according to GS1 standards are presented below
How to identify a logistic unit (SSCC)
SSCC (Serial Shipping Container Code) is a standard identification number used to identify logistic units.
How to identify the product (GTIN)
The GTIN code can be used to identify trade items and services that need to be priced, ordered, delivered or invoiced using common basic information.
How to mark my delivery
When retail products are delivered to retailers for sale, they are not delivered individually but in multi-pack units, i.e. in sales batches/wholesale units. These units must also be identified by their own GTIN and marked with appropriate barcodes. Sales units are further packed on pallets for...
How to make GS1 marking
Here you will find instructions for making markings in accordance with the GS1 Standard
RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) is a general term for radio frequency identification technologies. RFID systems communicate between a tag and a reader using radio waves. The information in the tag is passed to the reader, from where it goes to the information system.
How to identify location (GLN)
The GLN party identifier can be used to identify a company, its internal operations or locations.
GEPIR: Global Electronic Party Information Registry
GS1 GEPIR (Global Electronic Party Information Register) is an international information service through which the information of the company responsible for GS1 numbering can be checked.