• Share
  • Email
  • Embed
  • Like
  • Save
  • Private Content
Barcoding
 

Barcoding

on

  • 1,453 views

 

Statistics

Views

Total Views
1,453
Views on SlideShare
1,453
Embed Views
0

Actions

Likes
0
Downloads
44
Comments
0

0 Embeds 0

No embeds

Accessibility

Categories

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Microsoft PowerPoint

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment

    Barcoding Barcoding Presentation Transcript

    • Presentation on Barcoding using International Numbering Standards by EAN India
    • EAN India A non-profit organisation - promoted by Ministry of Commerce Founder Members : * MINISTRY OF COMMERCE * FICCI * CII * ASSOCHAM * FIEO * SPICES BOARD * BIS * IMC * IIP * APEDA
    • EAN India - Objective
      • Create awareness on applications & benefits of using EAN standards : - For enhanced productivity & higher competitiveness
      • - For compliance with international best practices
      • - In EDI/EC
      • Promote EAN use amongst solution providers, system integrators etc.
      • Operate as a national focal point for EAN International’s activities.
      • Provide host of EAN related services to members.
      • Keep Indian industry informed of related new emerging technologies
    • EAN India - International Affiliation
      • Affiliated to EAN International, Belgium controlling 97 EAN
      • organizations worldwide
      • Over 900,000 companies use EAN.UCC standards worldwide
      • EAN International works closely with Standards Committees on EDI,
      • Barcoding, ECR etc.
    • Barcoding Barcoding provides the means for automatic data capture of information. When used with int’l numbering standards, it permits universal and unique identification of goods, services, assets etc.
    • TYPES OF BARCODES Linear Barcodes Two-Dimensional (2D) Barcodes
    • Int’l Numbering System & Barcodes - Concept WHY BARCODES ? * To enable data capture - Once only (at point of manufacture) in the supply chain. - For 100% accuracy and high speed. - Easy integration with in-house software applications. - Generation of automated billing, packing lists, delivery challans etc. - Effective product track & trace - Faster customer turn around at points of sale
    • HOW IS A BARCODE USED? Downloading of data from the Portable Data Terminal (PDT), onto the computer Mobile data collection using Portable Data Terminal
      • Mobile Radio-Frequency based on-line data collection
    • HOW IS A BARCODE USED?
      • Mobile, Batch mode data collection
      • Key drivers for barcoding and anticipated benefits
      • Barcoding is international practice for past 25 years and there is increasing demand from overseas buyers for accepting only barcoded supplies.
      • Product track & trace requirements enabling product recall (if required for expired drugs, defective/spurious goods, etc.)
      • Global demand for efficient and automated supply chains for product movement from point of manufacture to its point of sale/consumption.
      • Just – in – time monitoring requirements of product stock levels (to avoid over stock/under stocks) of essential items (pharma, drugs, food products, etc).
      • Cost pressures to reduce end product prices to consumers thru reduction in supply chain costs.
      • Requirement for accuracy/speed in facilitating movement of goods thru automatic data capture (by barcoding).
    • Key drivers for barcoding and anticipated benefits
      • Global requirement of electronic communication (thru EDI etc.) of information on exported/imported items in import–export trade infrastructure (Ports, Customs/ Buyers/ Suppliers/Banks/Freight forwarders, etc.) require automatic data capture thru barcoding as key enabler.
      • Elimination of wastages in supply chains due to efficient processes.
      • Global movement towards closer integration of suppliers and buyers worldwide and global requirement for lowering end product costs. Indian exporters need to integrate with international best practices (barcoding, EDI etc) or get isolated in international trade in coming years.
    • - Distribution (Product track and trace, information flow) - Marketing (Sales forecasting based on consumption) - Manufacturing (Inventory control, raw material procurement, work-in- progress, dynamic production scheduling) - Customer Satisfaction (Low product prices, quick replenishment, faster checkouts) - Exports - In line with buyers requirements, int’l best practices. - Product track and trace Int’l Numbering Stds. - Diverse and Innovative Applications
    • Using Int’l Numbering System with barcodes Permits global identification of goods/services at three levels - Retail (consumer packs) - Trade (cartons) - Logistics (containers, pallets) One int’l standard – multiple applications
    • Retail items - EAN-13 890 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 EAN prefix Prod no. CD
      • EAN Prefix indicates
      • - the country of EAN membership
      • - EAN member’s identity
      • Prod. No. : Item identity allocated by manufacturer/importer
      • Check digit: Calculated from all preceding digits
    • (01) 1 890100001001 7 (15) 970923 (10) AF5893 Trade Units - EAN-128 EAN-14 Date Batch no
    • Logistics unit – SSCC
      • Serial Shipping Container Code or EAN - 128 - Unique number assigned to a Logistics Unit
      • Enables Asset Tracking
        • Serial Identification, Tracking and Tracing of containers
      • Enables Efficient Shipment Routing by carriers
      • Enables Efficient Receiving, Storage and Despatch processes through automation
      • Major freight forwarders in Europe have standardised on use of SSCC numbering for universal and unique consignment level identification for goods in transit.
    • sscc 3 942112345 0000001 5 (00) 3 942112345 0000001 5 (410) 94290000000019 (400) 12345 Customer Purchase Order no. 12345 Store location No. 94290000000019 From: EAN India Tolstoy Marg New Delhi To: Woolstuffs NZ Ltd 200 Great South Road Auckland Consignment number. 123-456-7890 (401) 123-456-7890
    • PICKER PICKS THE MATERIAL AS PER THE PICKLIST ON THE PDT MATERIAL HANDED OVER TO PACKERS WITH INSTRUCTIONS PACKER PACKS AND CODIFIES THE CARTONS/ PALLETS USING EAN BARCODES INFO. DOWNLOADEDIN COMPUTER & DOC. AUTOMATICALLY GENERATED WAREHOUSE OPERATIONS * INVOICE * PACKING LIST * DELIVERY CH. ETC.
      • * CARTON NO.
      • * PRODUCT CD.
      • BATCH NO.
      • * EXPIRY DT. ETC.
      sscc QTY. FOR ACCEPTED MAT. UPDATED IN COMPUTER PUT AWAY USING FIRST-IN-FIRST-OUT EFFECTIVELY
    • CARTONS LOADED ON TRUCK FOR DELIVERY * MATERIAL RECEIVED BY THE C&F AGENT. * CHECKED FOR QUANTITY & QUALITY * DETAILS OF RECD. MATERIAL ENTERED IN COMPUTER TO UPDATE DATABASE BY SCANNING 2D BARCODE ITEMS PLACED ON APPROPRIATE LOCATION FOR STORAGE/SALES
    • - Distribution (Product track and trace, information flow) - Marketing (Sales forecasting based on consumption) - Manufacturing (Inventory control, raw material procurement, work-in- progress, dynamic production scheduling) - Customer Satisfaction (Low product prices, quick replenishment, faster checkouts) - Exports - In line with buyers requirements, int’l best practices. - Product track and trace Int’l Numbering Stds. - Diverse and Innovative Applications
      • Usage of Barcoding in India – current status
      • Automobile Industry–for inventory management/ track & trace/production scheduling.
      • FMCG Industry – for inventory management/track & trace/production scheduling.
      • Readymade garments Industry – for inventory management/track & trace/production scheduling.
      • Pharmaceutical Industry – for inventory management / track & trace/production scheduling.
      • Retail Industry – FMCG, Apparel, Grocery, etc.
      • Exports (on buyers directives)
      • Healthcare (hospitals etc)
      • Alcoholic beverages (State Excise retail vends, etc )
      • Canteen Stores Department (Min. of Defence).
      • Availability status of Technology and ease of implementation in India.
      •   Barcoding companies ( Hardware /Software suppliers) are available across the country.
      • Generally easy to implement barcoding (through printing on product packaging, labels, tags, etc).
      • Low cost of implementation (depending on requirement) for just labeling (less than one rupee/label onwards), printing on product packaging to acquiring hardware ( barcode printers etc, for high end applications).
      • Easy availability of international numbering standards used in barcoding (thru EAN India – a non profit organization promoted by Ministry of Commerce – Indian Industry) and availability of technical guidance on implementation.
    • GEPIR Project – To facilitate master data alignment of product information through interconnected electronic catalogues. Global Initiatives on E-procurement Specific Advantage to SMEs to use GEPIR The same EAN/ UPC company prefix provides the SME a link internationally with global buyers / sellers and access more trade opportunities in addition to the supply chain benefits of EAN/ UPC barcoding.
    • Objective of the project
      • Integration of “subscriber database of EAN India” to GEPIR(Global EAN-UCC Party Information Register) Network.
      • facilitate the search (based on different criteria) of EAN India database from GEPIR Network sites. And alternatively search of GEPIR Network sites’ database from EAN India site
    • Project Description Interconnected catalogues = one virtual catalogue http/XML http/XML HTTP /XML HTTP /XML HTTP /XML
    • Search Request Type and Implementation
      • Facilitates the search on Indian companies’ catalogues based on:
        • the GTIN or SSCC
        • Global Location Number
        • Company Name
        • Company Prefix
        • Product Categories
    • EAN.UCC credentials
      • Standards in line with ISO 15394
      • Cross-linking of NATO NSNs with EAN numbers
      • India
        • National IT Task Force recommendation no. 82
        • EC/ EDI Council of India, MoC, GOI has declared EAN standards as National stds. for EDI and barcoding
        • Financial Assistance for registration provided by APEDA, MPEDA, Spices Board
        • Registration subsidy for SSI and Tiny Sector
    • Thank you for your time and attention! More info at : www.eanindia.com Please contact at [email_address] Tel: +91 11 3713112/ 3713117/ 3719638 Fax: +91 11 3719626 EAN India, 7C, Vandhna Building, 11 Tolstoy Marg, New Delhi - 01