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Shoplegal offers Barcode registration services in India, streamlining product tracking. This service minimizes challenges for manufacturers, E-commerce vendors, retailers, and traders. Barcodes, with their numeric and vertical line symbols, uniquely identify products worldwide. Shoplegal aligns its barcode registration in India with global standards, tailored to different sectors like Retail, Healthcare, Transport & Logistics, Food Service, and Technical Industries.

EAN-13 Barcodes

EAN, a type of numeric barcode, is commonly used for Barcode registration in India and worldwide. The term EAN stands for "European Article Number." These barcodes contain product details, making it simple to identify items for sale. In India, manufacturers use a 13-digit EAN barcode, where the last digit is a check digit ensuring accuracy.

UPC Barcodes

A UPC barcode consists of 12 digits, defining how the code categorizes items. It's a numerical type used to encode product information. For Indian manufacturers aiming to sell in countries like Mexico, Canada, or the USA, using UPC barcodes becomes crucial.

Shoplegal offers product identity through barcode registration services in India. We assist manufacturers, e-commerce businesses, and retailers in selling their products. Whether your business operates locally or globally, we provide top-notch services to meet your needs.

One-dimensional (1D) barcodes

One-dimensional barcodes serve a specific purpose in distributing goods and managing logistics services. These flexible 1D barcodes act as identification keys, assigned within distribution environments to streamline processes.

Two-dimensional (2D) barcodes

2D barcodes are advanced, high-quality codes that use 2D symbols. They're designed to represent various GS1 keys and offer advanced features.

Databar family barcodes

DataBar barcodes are specifically employed for fresh food items. They store details such as the item type, batch number, and other relevant attributes.

Advantages of Barcode

  • Barcodes are error-reducing tools. Compared to manually entered data, the chance of errors is much higher. Barcode scans are quick, reliable, and significantly faster than manual data entry.
  • Implementing a barcode system cuts down on work time. Learning to use a handheld scanner for reading barcodes takes only minutes. Employees don’t need extensive training on inventory or pricing procedures, saving on training costs and time spent paying for extra training.
  • Barcodes are cost-effective for design and printing. They're generally more affordable regardless of their use or placement. They can be customized economically, in various finishes and materials.
  • Barcodes offer remarkable flexibility, accommodating various data collection needs, whether it's for pricing or storing information. Their versatility extends to tracking items, shipments, and even equipment, as they can be attached to almost any surface.
  • Inventory management vastly improves with barcodes, enabling easy tracking and reducing stock levels, subsequently cutting overhead expenses. Locating products becomes effortless, saving time that would otherwise be spent searching.
  • Barcodes provide comprehensive information. They efficiently gather inventory and pricing data on a single code and can be customized to hold additional essential information. They deliver swift, reliable data for diverse applications.
  • Information from barcodes is instantly available. Scanned data directly integrates with computers/laptops, ensuring rapid processing. This swift process eliminates the need for time-consuming data entry or retrieval, optimizing efficiency.

FAQ on Barcode Registration

  • What is the use of Barcode?
    Barcodes serve as a simple identification method for products, widely applied in retail stores, supermarkets, warehouses, and godowns. They streamline product identification and stock tracking. When scanned, barcodes retrieve product details for invoicing, aiding in accounting and various other functions.
  • How the barcodes work?
    A barcode is a visual pattern that encodes information and can be read by a machine scan. It consists of black and white lines representing different characters based on a specific algorithm for each barcode type.
  • What are the information’s encoded in Barcode?
    Barcodes hold various details such as the manufacturer's name and address, product price, quantity/weight, expiration date, and manufacturing date. These codes are typically assigned by international organizations dedicated to product identification. Each product boasts a unique barcode for its individual identity.
  • What a barcode Scanner/Reader do?
    A barcode scanner, an optical device, reads and decodes information from barcodes. It identifies the data contained in the barcode and transfers this information to a computer for visibility and use.
  • Can a barcode be copied?
    Modern copy machines can replicate barcodes easily. To prevent copying, a special laminate can be applied that permits only infrared light to pass through. These barcodes can then be scanned using an infrared scanner, enhancing security against duplication.
  • What is UPC barcode?
    UPC barcodes, standing for Universal Product Code, consist of 12 digits. The Universal Product Code is also known as the Global Trade Item Number. It's divided into two parts: the company's prefix and a unique product code assigned to each item.
  • What is EAN barcode?
    EAN barcodes, or European Article Numbers, consist of 13 digits. Within these 13 digits, the first 12 identify the product code, while the last digit serves as a check digit on the right side of the barcode. The 13-digit number is divided into two parts of 6 digits each.
  • What I have to do once I receive my barcode?
    We'll email you the barcode number along with images. You can easily attach the barcode to your product packaging or print it on labels. You have the flexibility to resize the barcode as needed before printing, but ensure the barcode dimensions remain unchanged. When a retail shop receives your product with the barcode, they'll scan it into their system initially and input all the product details. After this setup, subsequent scans of the barcode will automatically display the product information.
  • Do barcode works in every retail stores?
    Barcodes are widely accepted in shops globally, with very few exceptions. Our guarantee and acknowledgment letter assure you that the barcodes provided are unique and accepted in most stores. However, when exporting products abroad, some retailers, such as Kroger’s and Wal-Mart in the USA, Woolworths, Super Retail Group in Australia, and New Zealand, might require GS1 membership for barcode acceptance.
  • Do you give assurance that all shops will accept your barcodes?
    While we can't guarantee universal acceptance, we assure that any store choosing to use the barcode we provide can do so seamlessly without encountering any issues. Retailers have the freedom to adopt barcodes that meet their specific requirements.
  • Is the barcodes issued by you suitable for all products?
    Our barcodes are suitable for all retail products except for books and magazines. For all other products, such as EAN-13 or UPC-A Barcodes, our barcodes work perfectly.
  • How Big Should a EAN-13 Barcode Be?
    The recommended standard size for an EAN-13 barcode is 37.3×25.9 mm. It's advisable to perform a test scan of your barcode before submission to stores for assurance.

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