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Barcode Registration

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    Barcode is a machine-readable code in the form of numbers and a pattern of parallel lines of varying widths, printed on a commodity and used especially for stock control. Barcodes encode product information into bars and alphanumeric characters, making it much faster and easier to ring up items at a store or track inventory in a warehouse. There are many types of barcodes, but they all fall into two categories: linear codes, including widely used formats like UPC and EAN, and matrix codes, like QR codes. Barcoding has a low barrier to entry—all a business needs is a printer, scanner and basic inventory management software.

    GS1 is a not-for-profit, global entity that manages and standardizes bar codes across India. GS1 sets standards and manages the barcode standard used by retailers, manufacturers and suppliers.

    Types Of Barcodes

    The different application requires different barcodes with the capability to hold different data. Therefore, as per the requirements GS1 sets standards for use with different types of barcode symbols which are as follows:

    1. GS1 EAN/UPC Family Barcodes

    GS1 EAN/UPC Family of barcodes are instantly-recognisable barcodes that are printed on virtually every consumer product in the world. They are the longest-established and most widely-used of all GS1 barcodes.

    2. GS1 Data Bar Family Barcodes

    Data Bar barcodes are often used to label fresh foods. These barcodes can hold information like an item’s batch number or expiry date, in addition to other attributes used at the point-of-sale such the item weight.

    3. GS1 1D Barcodes

    GS1-128 and ITF-14 are highly versatile 1D barcodes that enable items to track through global supply chains. The GS1-128 barcode can carry any of the GS1 ID keys, plus information like serial numbers, expiration dates and more. The ITF-14 barcode can only hold the Global Trade Item Number (GTIN) and is suitable for printing on corrugated materials.

    4. GS1 2D Barcodes

    Two-dimensional (2D) barcodes look like squares or rectangles that contain many small, individual dots. A single 2D barcode can hold a significant amount of information and may remain legible even when printed at a small size or etched onto a product. A wide range of industries2D barcodes, from manufacturing and warehousing to logistics and healthcare.

    Documents Required For Bar

    • Letter requesting allotment of barcode
    • PAN card of the entity
    • Copy of audited balance sheet
    • GST/VAT registration certificate
    • Certificate of incorporation/partnership deed
    • Memorandum of Association/Articles of Association
    • Copy of cancelled cheque
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