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Industry Guidelines for the Numbering and Bar ... - GS1 Australia

Industry Guidelines for the Numbering and Bar ... - GS1 Australia

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Document Change Control Version 1.0 October 2002 Version 2.0 June 2004 Version 3.0 July 2005 Document History/Summary of Changes Version Date Revision Comments 1.0 October 2002 Final Version released to Liquor Industry 2.0 June 2004 Draft Version of new guidelines template, released to industry working group for review and feedback 3.0 July 2005 Update guidelines, including RSS & RFID information. 3.4 January 2009 Draft Version of new guidelines template, released to industry working group for review and feedback. Update guidelines and GS1 terminology, including Data Bar information Contacts The principle contacts with regard to the contents of this document are: GS1 Australia Ltd Axxess Corporate Park Unit 100/45 Gilby Road Mt Waverley VIC 3149 Australia Telephone: 1300 366 033 Facsimile: (03) 9558 9559 Internet Web Site: www.gs1au.org E-mail address: gs1aust@gs1au.org These guidelines should be read in conjunction with the GS1 Australia User Manuals. Disclaimer Every possible effort has been made to ensure that the information and specifications in this document are correct, however GS1 Australia and the Liquor Industry Working Group, expressly disclaim liability for any errors. In addition, no warranty or representation is made that this document will not require modification due to developments in technology or changes or additions to the GS1 System. The Australian Liquor Industry Guidelines Version 3.4 Draft © GS1 Australia – January 2009

Acknowledgements This Numbering and Bar Coding Guideline for the Australian Liquor Industry was developed by GS1 Australia as part of the Liquor Industry working group. The Australian Liquor Industry Working Group members include the following organisations: • Liquor Merchants Association • Constellation Wines • Vinpac International • Pernod Ricard Pacific • Suntory • Metcash Pty Ltd • Woolworths • Coles • GS1 Australia • Taylors Wines • Australian Wine and Brandy Corporation • WFA Packaging Committee • Brown-Forman • Lion Nathan How to Use this Guideline This guideline has been written to assist companies with the implementation of the GS1 System throughout their business. The document is divided into two parts: Part 1: (Sections 4-6 This part provides a generic description of how to number and bar code trade items, attribute information and logistic units throughout the supply chain using the GS1 System throughout the entire Australian Liquor Industry. Examples provided do not reflect all the different types of trade items available in this industry but the principles are the same regardless of the product type. Part 2: (Sections 6) This part describes specific examples highlighted by The Australian Liquor Industry sectors not the method of how to apply numbers and bar code symbols. This part should be read in conjunction with part 1. The specific technical recommendations pertaining to the printing, size and location of the bar code symbols is not included within these guidelines. Companies should refer to the GS1 Australia User Manual - Numbering and Bar Coding or contact GS1 Australia for further assistance. The Australian Liquor Industry Guidelines Version 3.4 Draft © GS1 Australia – January 2009

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