Which packages are available
What do you want to code? Do you want to code products, locations, shipping units, or a combination of these?
If you are ordering for the first time, a GS1 article code (EAN-13/GTIN) is the most common.
How many codes do you need?
How many codes you need, depends on the number of products and variants (colors, sizes) in the assortment.
Suppose you sell in t-shirts. Do you only have white t-shirts in one size? Then you need 1 code. Do you have a wider range? Then you need more codes, because every color and every size gets its own code.
If you expect your assortment to grow, buy a larger package now. That is more economical than ordering extra.
Single article codes (EAN-13)
You can order single article codes, up to a maximum of 5. If you need more codes or expect to need them soon, then choose a code package.
GS1 code packages
With a GS1 code package, you can code articles, locations and shipping units.
|Quaintity of items||Quantity of locations||Quantity of shipping units|
|GS1 code package 10||10||10||1 million|
|GS1 code package 100||100||100||10 million|
|GS1 code package 1.000||1.000||1.000||100 million|
|GS1 code package 10.000||10.000||10.000||1 billion|
|GS1 code package 100.000||100.000||100.000||10 billion|
Global Location Numbers/GLN
Specially designed for coding locations. Packages are available with 1, 10, 100, 1,000 or 10,000 GLNs.
Serial Shippings Container Codes/SSCC
Specially designed for coding shipments. There are packages with 100,000, 1,000,000, 10,000,000 or 100,000,000 SSCCs.
Extra code packages
In addition to your existing GS1 code package, you can order the following.
Variable price/weight codes (23-codes)
For items with a variable weight and therefore a variable price. There are packages with 10 or 100 codes.
For small items, these are ordered by the piece.
Go to MyGS1 and use the advice tool.