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Barcode is an identification system for products. It is a representation of data of a product in the form of parallel lines varying in width and spacing between them. It is readable by a machine and is widely used in supermarkets, malls, stores etc.; for automatic identification of the product. We offer barcode registration services across India.

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BarCode Registration Company in India
Barcode is a machine-readable image which quickly and accurately identifies a product. It is a unique global identification system which is used in the supply chain for articles like the product, logistic goods, entities of trade, location, documents etc. It is widely used in retail supply chain management. The majority of the retail stores throughout the globe are using barcode system for product identification and its management. With the advent of industrialization, there is an increase in the products and its varieties. Due to the tremendous growth of varied products, its number and frequency in supply chain manually capturing product information is a meticulous task. Thus a need was felt to have quick and precise identification of the products in the supply chain which has led to the development of Bar Code. Finally, it was designed in 1970 by George J. Laurer in the U.S.A.
Barcode & Its Function
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Function of Barcode: Barcode is a system designed to encode information such as product number, serial number, batch number etc. The representation in the barcode can be scanned electronically either through laser or camera-based system to identify the product and their specification automatically.
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Facilitates Supply Chain: Barcode is revolutionising the supply chain management by enabling the parties to trade in goods through automatic identification and tracking of the product movement throughout the supply chain. It records data in uniform & structured manner and shares these data with trading partners.
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Types of Barcode: Barcode is of different categories based on the industry or purpose. These are EAN/UPC, Data Bar Family, One dimensional(1D) Barcodes, Two dimensional(2D) Barcodes. These codes are international code and are used in any country across the globe. Contact us for further information.
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Barcode is allotted in Batches: Barcode is a system designed to encode information such as product number, serial number, batch number, etc. Barcode comes into a composite package of 100 and its multiple by, i.e. 100, 1,000, 10,000 to 1 lac. Hence you must decide on the number of bar codes required by your business
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Documents Required for Bar Code Registration
A. Validity of Barcode B. Validity
1. Certificate of Incorporation
1. Applied April to June - Valid to 31st March
2. PAN Card and GST Registration Certificate
2. Applied July to Sept. - Valid to 30th June
3. Balance Sheet as on 31st March.
3. Applied Oct to Dec. - Valid to 30th Sept
4. Any other registration copy by govt
4. Applied Jan to March - Valid to 31st Dec.
The Process of Obtaining Bar Code
  • Type And Number

    The barcode is of various types and it can be taken in different lot sizes. The process begins with the identification of requirement by the applicant.

  • Arrange Documents

    With barcode application, there are various documents like the balance sheet to prove the turnover of the company, MOA etc to be annexed.

  • Government Fee

    The government fee is paid in form of demand draft after determining the lot size and the validity period of the barcode to be acquired.

  • Delivered

    We deliver the barcodes within 2 days after receiving the order along with complete documents, dd and realisation of our professional fee for the service.

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Frequently Asked Questions
Barcode is a system designed to encode information such as product number, serial number, batch number etc. The representation in the barcode can be scanned electronically either through laser or camera-based system to automatically identify the product and their specification and thus a revolution in supply chain management. It enables the parties to trade to automatically detect and track the product movement throughout the supply chain. It records data in uniform & structured manner and shares these data with trading partners and consumers ensuring safety and security of the products in the supply chain across the globe.

A separate barcode is required for each product variant like shape, size, colour, variety, flavour, weight, every manufacturer or retailer while applying of the bar code has to identify the product as unique according to the criteria described below:

  • New product
  • New product variant (shape, style, colour, flavour)
  • Change of name
  • Major product description change
  • Declared contents change
  • New packaging type
  • Declared changed in size, weight or volume
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Barcode comes into a composite package of 100 and its multiple by, i.e. 100, 1,000, 10,000 to 1 lac.
Each product is identified as a unique product as per the criteria explained above and will require separate barcode. If two items having different barcodes is combined to create a promotional pack, it is considered as a new product for barcode and thus will require a separate barcode number.
UPC Barcode is the first barcode designed in the USA in 1970’s. It is a 12-digit barcode usually used in the USA. A few years later EAN barcode was developed for international use which is 13-digits long. EAN barcode is widely used in India and worldwide except the USA. Generally, all the barcode scanner can read both the barcodes.
The barcode will work for any retail product except the books, magazine, periodicals and journals. If you have a book, you should apply for International Standard Book Number (ISBN)
ISBN Number is required for Books. It enables to identify a publisher and allows the publisher to determine a specific addition of a particular title for a specific format within the output. There is no legal requirement for an ISBN Number, but to sell publication through significant bookselling chain or e-commerce portals like Amazon, you will require an ISBN to assist in internal processing and ordering system, just like the barcodes. Similarly, ISSN is needed for Serials, Periodicals & Journals.