Barcoding EDI

Barcoding and Global GS1 Standardization World business communications count a hundred thousand different companies and organizations. Doing common worldwide business demands general rules and directives that help many companies reduce inter-industry problems. Global standards provide common language of information exchange, identification and business rules. Due to this, companies can cooperate in some vital points that Read More →

EDI standards

Implementing a Global Location Number: GS1 Recommendations Basic steps to implement the Global Location Number (GLN). The first 5 steps are described in previous post. 5. Assess systems capabilities. Determine where GLN information will be stored in your organisation to ensure it is maintained as accurate and complete. The capability of your information system(s) to contain and Read More →

Global Location Number

Ten steps to implementing a Global Location Number (GS1 Guidelines) The following steps guide actors in the supply chain to implement the Global Location Number (GLN). Find the first 5 steps in today’s post. Establish Executive support. Decide that your company is going to implement GLNs, and if necessary, establish executive support and approval to Read More →

EDI

Moving Your Business Forward with GS1 Standards Every industry has its own needs and challenges. GS1 takes a leadership role by working with industry communities to articulate, identify, resolve, and share industry issues and best practices and by enabling standards-based solutions, including EDI, that help companies run their businesses more successfully. Today, more than 300,000 Read More →

GS1 US

GS1 US: Bringing the Global Trading Community Together For a supply chain to generate maximum value, it must move products from supplier to distributor to customer in a way that minimizes costs, redundancies, and waste and maximizes coordination and collaboration among trading partners. GS1 US makes that process possible by enabling companies to uniquely and Read More →

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Partnering with the foodservice industry to identify and overcome challenges using GS1 Standards Today’s foodservice organizations are seeking to drive waste out of the foodservice supply chain, improve product information, and establish a foundation for food safety through better traceability. Working collaboratively as members of the Foodservice GS1 US Standards Initiative, they are encouraging the use of open, Read More →

GSIN

Frequently Asked Questions of the GSIN GS1 US makes that process possible by enabling companies to uniquely and globally identify, capture, and share information about products, locations, and more using GS1 Standards. Learn more about GSIN usage. Does my company need another GS1 Company Prefix to use GSINs? No. The GS1 Company Prefix that you Read More →

EDI

How is the GSIN Formatted? GSIN identifies the logical grouping of one or several logistic units each identified with a separate SSCC and containing trade items as being part of a specific seller / buyer relationship and that travels under one dispatch advice and/or Bill of Lading. GSIN Formation Rules Application Identifier (AI): AI 402 Read More →

GSIN

GSIN (Global Shipment Identification Number): GS1 Identification Key The Global Shipment Identification Number (GSIN) is the GS1 Identification Key used to identify a logical grouping of logistic units for the purpose of a transport shipment from the seller to the buyer. The unique identifier consists of a GS1 Company Prefix, a Shipper Reference, and a Read More →

supply chain efficiency

Improving patient safety and supply chain efficiency GS1 Standards help the industry to improve efficiency and quality for lower costs, more streamlined care delivery, and better patient safety. Sharing information electronically With GS1 Standards as the common language of business, trading partners can seamlessly share information to support data synchronization, as well as the exchange Read More →