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Wedderburn signs on for GS1

Wedderburn signs on for GS1

Barcoding solutions provider becomes Associate Alliance Partner with GS1 Australia

Barcoding solutions provider, Wedderburn, has become an Associate Alliance Partner with GS1 Australia – Specialising in the food and grocery industry.

This announcement confirms Wedderburn’s commitment to the GS1 System in the food industry and their engagement with GS1 Australia and the Australian business community, according to a company statement.

GS1 Australia’s Alliance Partner Program provides businesses with a range of benefits including supply chain enabling tools, priority notification of new technologies and innovation initiatives to improve supply chain efficiency, best practice case studies and professional advice in making the GS1 implementation smoother and easier.

Wedderburn business manager, Pablo Dematteis, said the company had been providing barcoding solutions to our customers for more than 30 years with the introduction of some of the first weigh labellers into the Australian market.

"These labellers printed weight embedded barcodes to GS1 standards," he said.

"To this date we continue to provide barcoding solutions to our customers covering all aspects of the supply chain and continue to use the GS1 numbering system.”

They supply a vast range of equipment and technical services for weighing, food processing, label manufacturing, printers and Point-of-Sale (POS) systems.

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