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Barcodes Pakistan is one stop independent barcode and barcode service provider. We provide everything related to barcodes. Different kind of barcodes can be used for various purposes. Below listed barcodes exhibit purpose of each kind of barcode.
The EAN-13 Barcodes belong to European Article Number (EAN family) which are used for all sort retail products in a point of sale. A unique barcode number is needed for each product variant. Its specification is used in ID Automation Barcode Fonts, Components and Applications to create an EAN-13 barcode, which is most commonly used to encode 13 digits of the Global Trade Item Number (GTIN) barcode symbology. These barcodes can be used for Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) to long lasting durable products like machines, parts of vehicles, furniture and much more.
Universal Product Codes redundantly called (UPC) is also Global Trade Item Number (GTIN) symbology. Along with EAN Barcodes, UPC Barcodes are also used for keeping a track of all sort of trading products in a point of sale in the United States, Canada, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, and other countries. The Difference in UPC and EAN is a UPC contains 12-digit number and an EAN contains a 13-digit number below the barcode image. It is only for a reason to increase the human readability If a person needs to enter the barcode manually in the POS system in case of scanner not working properly.
ITF-14 Barcode is also Global Trade Item Number (GTIN) symbology but It doesn’t belong to retail barcodes family like EAN and UPC Barcodes. As it is very clear by name, these barcodes are for carton packaging identification. Logistic shelf and master cartons must be identified with a GTIN-14 identifier, another name of ITF-14 Barcode. These barcodes are not read by POS scanners and these also do not carry UPC or EAN Barcode Symbol. To scan these barcodes, enable the Interleaved 2 of 5 barcode symbology on the device by going to the setting options. For further specifications you can visit ITF-14 Specifications or Introduction to Barcodes.
Amazon Barcodes are also the EAN-13, UPC, GCID (given by Amazon to your product to exhibit brand’s identity), JAN (Japanese Article Number), or ISBN Book Barcodes. (FBA) Fulfillment by Amazon uses barcodes to identify and track inventory though out the fulfillment process.
These are the EAN-13 Barcode Numbers. In case if you have got barcode images then you need to buy Standard Barcode Numbers separately. Else If you have got Barcode Numbers then you can also buy Barcode Images. If both are not the cases, then you must go for EAN-13 Barcode Packages or UPC Barcode Packages.
ISBN stands for International Standard Book Number. You need to understand an ISBN is a number not a barcode. Only a single agency per country is designated to assign ISBN’s for the publishers. In Pakistan National Library is responsible for assigning ISBN. If you already have an ISBN, then you can buy a Barcode for that by providing us respective ISBN in additional Information and showing your legal ownership explicitly.
ISSN stands for International Standard Serial Numbers. These are the number allotted to every periodical publication of magazines or journals. If you have already got an ISSN for your magazine or journal, then you can directly buy ISSN Magazine Barcodes. If that’s not the case then you can get ISSN here.
For further details you can also visit ISSN Magazine Barcodes.
These are simply the EAN-13 Barcodes that are used for all kinds of retails products including CD’s and DVD’s. These can be used to sell CD’s in retail stores, online platforms like Amazon, Ebay or even personal ecommerce store.
These are also the same EAN-13 Barcodes that can be used to sell DVD’s of any kind.
These are the EAN-13 and UPC Barcode Images. Just in case if you have got the Barcode Numbers then you can buy Barcode Images separately. If you don’t have Barcode Numbers, then we would recommend you to go for EAN-13 Barcode Packages or UPC Barcode Packages.
Please note that you will have to provide us an evidence of being the sole owner of the legal barcode numbers before buying barcode images.