Printed Bar Code Verification Service
Bar codes are intended to facilitate the capture of large quantities of information in an expedite manner and with minimum errors. To achieve this goal is fundamental for you to have an excellent printing quality so the scanner is able to read the bar code correctly from the first time.
This service is purported to certify the printing quality of a code. The opinion issued by GS1 Colombia is given based on parameters established by international acceptance standards.
1. - Fill out the verification request form and submit to email@example.com
2. Once GS1 Colombia has received the form, a purchase order will be generated. Rate: $31.200 for each code to be verified
3. Submit via certified mail to GS1 Colombia, to the Department of Verifications:
- Copy of the payment
- Three (3) samples for consumer products. The samples must be in perfect condition and match the product displayed at the point of sale. Individual pre-printed samples or labels are not accepted without the corresponding product.
- Five (5) samples for billing documents.
4. The verification is made in compliance with the GS1 General Specifications V9.
5. Time of response: 24 working hours. Results will be sent via certified mail in the form.
6. The client must pick up the products, at the latest, within eight (8) working days following the submission of results to the client. Unclaimed products will be discharged or donated to charities.
Report of Results (certificate of conformity or nonconformity) of the printing quality verification process with recommendations in case of nonconformities.
- Agility at check-out points, since the scanner reads the code right from the first time.
- Reduction of human errors, as it avoids typing in unreadable codes.
- Elimination of product returns by the customer.
- Elimination of costs associated with the printing of packaging materials or labels that cannot be used later due to code-reading problems and the human resources being used to identify again the product whose printed code is impossible to read.
- Elimination of re-printing costs for unreadable codes.
- Monitoring of printing systems.