Once you have your GTIN, you need to create a barcode
The GTIN is the foundation for building a barcode. There are many formats of barcodes. The barcode formats you need for products scanned at point of sale (or checkout) are different from the ones you need for products scanned in a distribution center or a warehouse.
With product and location identifiers for your business (GTINs and GLNs) and barcodes on your cases, you can share foundational product data and transactional data with your trading partners and consumers for improved business processes and traceability.
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