Despite the globalisation of the Apparel industry, Australia still plays a key role as both an importer and exporter.

Today's consumer can buy apparel through several different channels - both online, and in store. They also have high expectations when it comes to quality, style and service.

At GS1 Australia, we work closely with manufacturers, distributors and retailers in the Apparel sector, to ensure efficient and effective supply chain management. We also support an open and agnostic approach to eCommerce - to ensure retailers are able to provide customers with the most seamless and up-to-date experience possible.

Our work in Apparel

A group of likeminded retailers, suppliers, solution providers and Associations collaborating to ensure that Australian retail remains competitive on a global scale. Working together to improve visibility and inventory accuracy in the Australian retail marketplace.

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RFID Meeting Notes

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GS1 Australia is working with THE ICONIC to ensure its valued partners reap the benefits of electronic trading. 

These newsletters highlight some of the initiatives in the local and global Retail community where GS1 standards have been implemented as part of improving supply chains for food and beverage and omni-channel retailing:

Retail newsletters


Myer puts RFID business benefits to the test


Raise inventory accuracy in the retail sector with GS1


GS1 standards for retail

Follow your retail products from source to consumer.

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Who we work with in Apparel

We work with the key industry body to ensure best practice in the Apparel industry. 

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GS1 standards

Watch these short videos on GS1 standards in the General Merchandise and Apparel industries:

GS1 standards for eCommerce

Industry Manager Insights


Implementation Guidelines

Like a copy of the GS1 Australia Apparel RFID Implementation Guidelines?

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