The Global Language of Business
Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) standards are used in electronic business messaging to improve the speed and accuracy of information between trading partners. The GS1 system supports two EDI standards, GS1 EANCOM and GS1 XML.
Lightweight Messaging Standard for Verification of Product Identifiers allows supply chain partners to verify that a product in their possession is suitable for forward distribution. Manufacturer verification of the product identifier and associated data gives supply chain stakeholders actionable information helping them to determine whether to accept, reject or quarantine a product. This standard was driven by pharmaceutical regulatory requirements in the US and has been developed as a generic lightweight framework that can be used for other sectors including food and in all geographic regions.
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The number of shipments spurred by e-commerce is increasing rapidly. A similar rapid rise is related to the reverse flow of goods caused by consumer returns.