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A barcode is “A machine-readable code in the form of numbers and a pattern of parallel lines of varying widths, printed on and identifying a product.”
Barcode is unique global identification system that is used to encode the product details instantly such as product numbers, serial numbers, and batch numbers. A barcode on product plays a vital role in the supply chain, enabling all participants’ like Manufacturers, transporter, wholesaler to identify products easily. EAN-13 is the most commonly used type of barcode that has 13 numeric digits. UPC-A barcode is a superset of 12 numeric digits.
ComplianceIndia can help you obtain your Barcode Registration quickly and hassle-free.
Universal Identification of Products
Speedy Price Listing
Accuracy and Faster Billing Process
Optimised Inventory Management
Cost Effective and convenient
Better Decision Making Process
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Documents required for Barcode Registration
Our charges for BarCode Registration starts from Rs. 4,999/-.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. Why use barcodes?
When barcodes are used in the business process, procedures are automated to increase productivity and reduce human error. Whenever there is a need to accurately identify or track something, bar-coding should be used. For example, in a data entry work environment, workers may be required to enter an enormous amount of data into a customer database system. Instead of manually typing a customer identification number into a database, if the information is contained in a barcode, a data entry operator may scan it in. This would increase automation and reduce human error.
2. Where did the barcode system come from?
The 12 digit UPC bar code system was designed in the early 1970’s by George J. Laurer in the USA (when he was working as an engineer for IBM). A few years later he developed a 13 digit version of this code – the EAN-13 code – for use internationally (outside of the USA).
3. Will the barcode number I receive be unique?
Yes. Your codes are guaranteed to be unique for your products. All barcodes have originated from GS1 and come delivered with an included certificate to guarantee their authenticity.
4. How to Choose the best barcode type to use?
Determining the best type of barcode to use depends on the environment, requirements, application, and printer.
5. What are different kinds of Barcodes?
Broadly there are 2 main kinds of Barcodes:
– EAN (European Article Number) Barcodes
– UPC (Universal Product Code) Barcodes
6. What are EAN-13 barcodes?
EAN-13 barcode numbers are 13 digits long. They are the most common type of barcode for retail products in India (as well as worldwide). In the USA, the 12-digit UPC code is preferred. Almost all barcode scanners are able to read both types of code.
7. Why do I need to get a barcode?
The majority of retail stores today are using a barcode system (and many more will implement a barcode system in the near future). Therefore we recommend that you get a barcode if you want to sell your product in retail stores. You may also need a barcode if you want to sell your product online (stores such as Flipkart or Amazon require your product to have a barcode).
8. What is GS1 Barcode?
GS1 Barcodes are the coded symbols that carry information about a product which is saved in a machine readable format. GS Barcodes can be easily scanned using laser or camera device such as lightpen. Unlike manual data entry, which is a long, tedious and erroneous process, barcodes help in automatic data reading which is 100% accurate.
9. How much does it cost for a barcode?
There are different packages available that depend on how much quantity you want. Also, there is some barcode registration fee that adds to its cost. So, Barcode Registration cost varies on the turnover of the business, and the number of barcodes obtained and the period of subscription. Contact Our professionals for more details.
10. What type of information is there in GS1 Barcodes?
GS1 barcodes carry the following type of information:
– Manufacturer details
– Batch/lot number,
– Expiry dates for food safety
Apart from that GS1 barcode also carry Identification Keys, about physical objects like products, assets, shipments, or services and locations at any point in the supply chain.
11. Do I need to physically present for the process?
No, You don’t need to be physically present for the process, E-StartupIndia is an online catering platform all you need is internet connection in your phone/computer and the required documents with you and we can get the job done no matters even if you are present at the remotest location of India.
12. How many Barcode is required and when?
A separate barcode is compelled for each product variant like shape, size, colour, variety, flavour, weight, every manufacturer or retailer while applying the bar code has to identify the product as unique according to the criteria described below:
– New product
– New product variant (shape, style, colour, flavour)
– Change of name
– Major product description change
13. How many barcodes do I need for one product?
It is usually necessary to have a different EAN-13 barcode for each different product variation (each different size, colour, design etc). Specific products, such as greeting cards or postcards, sometimes use just one barcode number.
14. Do barcodes expire?
As we know, GS-1 Barcode requires renewal. Barcode furnishes the UPC, the Universal Product Code. It tells what is the product, the manufacturer, and the package size. But that does not contain an expiration date.