GS1 NZ helps industries and organisations of all kinds to do business better – efficiently, safely, collaborating, one way around the world.
We are a global, not-for-profit organisation behind the most commonly recognised identification system in the world.
We help you IDENTIFY your products; enable you to CAPTURE information about them and SHARE this data with your trading partners.
What we offer
GS1 is the only provider of authentic, globally - recognised bar codes.
To utilise GS1 NZ bar codes you need to be a GS1 NZ Member.
GS1net lets you set-up, maintain and share electronic product catalogues with your trading partners. Minimise manual processes when sending product information to your trading partners.
GS1 ProductRecallNZ the secure, fast, simple web-based service where registered companies can notify their retailers when a product needs to be recalled. ProductRecallNZ helps minimise stress and protects your brand.
Our professional services team helps members get the best value from the GS1 System.
Contact GS1 to help tackle issues and improve your supply chain operations.
How we’re making a difference
At GS1 New Zealand our members meet in a spirit of cooperation unseen anywhere else in the world.
DHB National Catalogue for Healthcare
Suppliers to DHB's are being urged to provide GS1-standard data on their products to HBL for inclusion in the DHB National Catalogue for purchasing as soon as possible. Read more
Government launches New Zealand Business Number
On the 11thMarch, Economic Development Minister Steven Joyce and Commerce Minister Craig Foss formally launched the New Zealand Business Number (NZBN) at Xero in Wellington.
Public submissions are now open until 11 April 2014 and feedback can be provided online at www.nzbn.business.govt.nz or sent to MBIE.
Find out more about the NZBN and look up your NZBN, click here.
GS1 Celebrates 40 years of the Global Language of Business
For 40 years, GS1 has been bringing industries together to revolutionise the way they do business. Read more
GS1 Healthcare User Group (Australasia) Conference presentations are now available
Register for our upcoming April and May Seminars
Latest edition of SCAN Magazine is out now!
The latest SCAN magazine has been sent to you in the post and makes for some interesting reading. You can read it online too. Read more