Shipping Labels & Delivery Notes
Many retailers require GS128 compliant shipping labels for all palatalized deliveries with 4 x 6″ Hybrid Pallet Labels printed for all outbound shipments.
The SSCC Label (Serial Shipping Container Code) provides an accurate and simple method for producers to ship merchandize and relate the product type (GTIN), quantities and lot numbers to the receiver, via a single GS1 Bar-code.
The V5 Warehouse Management System enables finished products to be associated with the relevant sales order and routes (by downloading from your existing sales order system or utilizing the V5 Control Centers’ own internal Sales Order Processing Software).
This style of SSCC label meets the requirements laid out by the PTI and global standards in many countries (GS1).
Each label can contain up to 4 horizontal GS1 Bar-codes. Each GS1 Bar-code contains GTIN, QTY & Lot Number of the products shipped. Each time a change is made to a lot number on a consignment, or even a product type, a new stock control bar-code will be produced.
The horizontal GS1 Barcode gives reference to any EDI (Electronic Data Interface) & ASN (Advanced Shipping Notice) which is present. If you do not use EDI or ASN, no vertical GS1 Barcode will be printed. Further detail on Global Standards can be found here.
In addition to the automatic generation of a hybrid pallet label, a Bill of Lading can be printed automatically from the WMS. The delivery note provides a complete listing of all the finished product lot numbers contained on the delivery (across all pallets).