What is a GTIN?

GTIN stands for Global Trade Identification Number. It is the coding structure that identifies a product. The GTIN-12 of a product is the unique 12 digit code shown beneath the bar code. It is also commonly referred to as a UPC number or Barcode Number.   Ready to Buy Barcodes?  ║▌║█║▌
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GTIN vs UPC?

A lot of customer consistently ask us what’s the difference GTIN vs UPC? In short, they are one in the same. A UPC-12 and GTIN-12 are one in the same. GTIN: GTIN numbers are correctly called Global Trade Item Numbers or GTINs. UPC: UPC numbers are correctly called Universal Product Code Numbers or UPCs. There are a […]
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What is a UPC Number?

A UPC number consists of 12 numeric digits, that are uniquely assigned to each product item. The  UPC is the barcode mainly used for scanning of product items at the point of sales. UPC number data structures are a component of gtins and follow the global GS1 specification, which is based on international standards. Ready to Buy Barcodes?  ║▌║█║▌
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