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Logistic labels and ASN

Overview

Logistic labels help improve the goods delivery and receiving process to bring greater efficiency and cost savings to all parties in the supply chain. However, when these labels are implemented incorrectly, understanding which goods and how many are about to arrive, resolving delivery and receiving errors and reconciling deliveries against orders and invoices becomes very time consuming and costly.

This interactive workshop will enable you to produce logistic labels that are aligned with your customers’ requirements. It will also explain how suppliers can utilise Advanced Shipping Notifications (ASNs) to provide better visibility and validation of orders, deliveries and invoices.

Attendees will come away with an understanding of industry best practice, which has been developed through GS1 UK’s work with Sainsbury’s, Tesco, Waitrose, Heinz, Mondelez, Nestle, Unilever and other leading retail and foodservice organisations.

Who should attend?

You should attend this course if you are unsure how to implement GS1 logistic labels, your customers are having problems with your barcodes, or if you want to check your labels' compliance with best practice. It's particularly relevant if you have a warehouse, supply chain or distribution role.

What you will learn
  • How the industry has moved to a harmonised approach to labelling
  • How to create and allocate Serial Shipping Container Codes (SSCCs) to uniquely identify pallets
  • Best practice for structure, format and content for the label
  • The label’s link with the ASN process
Course outline
  • Overview of GS1
  • GS1 identification keys
  • SSCC
  • GS1-128
  • GS1 logistic labels
  • Barcode quality
Pricing and how to book this course

Duration: 4 hours
Member price (up to 8 people): £1,100 plus VAT
Member price (9+ people): £1,500 plus VAT
Non-member price: £2,000 plus VAT

Email academy@gs1uk.org or call us on 0808 178 8799 to discuss your requirements in more detail or to arrange delivery of this course onsite.