a) Access to GS1 global network
This provides each member with a unique identification number correctly termed asGlobal Trade Item Numbers (GTINs).
b)Access to GS1 global network
We have a dedicated team that responds to all of your needs and provides assistance when required. This service is free for all of our members. When you have a bar coding problem or simply need further help.
c)GS1 Kenya Magazine(Gateway)
A quarterly publication distributed to all members that provide information about the use of the GS1 system locally and internationally, updates on supply chain issues, business practices, industry requirements and technology.
d)Barcode verification Service.
In order to achieve and maintain bar code consistency and conformity to international standards, guidelines and specifications. Barcode Verification is mandatory for the bar codes on any new products and repackages. A verification report will be issued for all product verified.
GSI Kenya provide extra assistance to achieve maximum results from the GS1 standards and systems within your organisation. Consultancy is available on a wide range of topics including supply chain management, logistics and integrated management systems among others.
f)Training, Seminars and Conferences.
Workshops and seminars include barcoding and point of sale compliance, which is a foundation course in the GS1 system. It also covers the UCC system, allocation of GTINs to products and how to design and print technical reliable barcodes. A certificate is issued to participating individuals and companies.
g)Global Location Numbers (GLNs)
GLNs are globally unique identifiers for electronic identification of sites and organisations. It is used to identify suppliers or products for tracing and tracking of products.
*UCC – Uniform Code Council
*GTIN – Global Trade Identification Number