GTIN


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GTIN

(Global Trade Item Number) See GS1 and UPC.
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By third quarter 2010, brand owners will begin placing the GTIN and lot number on case labels in
Those people who got themselves ready for GTIN 14 at the time, this is--in database terms--a non-issue for them," says Wilson.
By becoming Sunrise-complaint, grocers will have done the groundwork necessary to implement the anticipated GTIN standard.
By scanning the product's GTIN (Global Trade Item Number) the user can identify the item's Product Carbon Footprint (PCF) and neutralise it.
The guideline, developed by a collaboration of medical device industry members, introduces the applicable GS1 Standards, including the GTIN, GS1 data carriers, GS1 application identifiers, direct part marking, and the Global Data Synchronization Network(TM) (GDSN), and provides detailed guidance on how to implement these standards in the context of the UDI regulation.
Developed for e-tailers, retailers, ecommerce platform providers, content aggregators and content distributors, the GTIN Validation Guide, offers best practices for leveraging GS1 Standards to enhance the consumer shopping experience while boosting e-tailer efficiency, revenue and loyalty.
By expanding systems and software to accommodate 14-digit codes, companies will be able to accept file complete faintly of GTIN data structures.
He adds, "Because they're active in GTIN, PTI and the Produce Marketing Association, we felt they were the logical choice.
GS1 Standards and Solutions: Executives from GS1 US and representatives from a range of industries will share updates and adoption strategies related to the GS1 System of Standards, including enterprise labelling; managing GS1 Company Prefixes during a merger or acquisition; the importance of product image quality; staying informed during a recall; how EDI can revolutionize business; GTIN allocation rules; the right barcode for the right business application; and driving business forward using GLNs.
The technology behind GTIN compliance will be further explored in the educational session, "Sunrise 2005: Advancing Global Supply Chain Efficiencies," on February 25.
The GTIN is a number code that uniquely identifies a product throughout the global supply chain, while the GLN uniquely defines the location, such as a purchasing department, warehouse or retailer.