GS1 Scan4Transport

GS1 Scan4Transport: a new application standard GS1 has developed and piloted an addition to the GS1 Logistic Label.  A two-dimensional barcode (QR or Data Matrix), placed in the upper right-hand corner of the label can carry critical information for all parties along the supply chain, especially transportation carriers. The information can be available with or without Read More →

Barcode EDI

RVCF (Retail Value Chain Federation) Supply Chain Guidelines: Barcode and Label Errors Common label issues include the inability to read the Serial Shipping Container Code (SSCC) barcode and label placement on the carton. Technical Specifications and Verification GS1, in concert with the International Standards Organization (ISO), maintains technical specifications for each barcode type. They can Read More →

EDI webinars

Root Cause Analysis – Error Notifications vs. Error Reporting * The following information is based on The Retail Value Chain Federation (RVCF) Supply Chain Guidelines Traditional error notifications consist of a description of the error and the identification number of the associated document (e.g., the ASN number). By aggregating additional ship notice and PO information, over time, it’s possible Read More →


Fixing Errors in ASN error notification (RVCF Guidelines For Supply Chain) ASN error notification and the expected response will vary by retailer. Technical errors communicated in a Functional Acknowledgement may call out the first error encountered in the ASN and not subsequent errors. If this is the case, the entire ASN should be reviewed to see Read More →