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GS1 NZ News
Lower Hutt company Times-7 has taken its next bold step in the fast-growing world of RFID (radio frequency identification) by launching a new efficient, robust and lightweight antenna.
Greg talks about the critical importance to Fonterra of product quality, of customer trust and of traceability systems based on GS1 Standards.
With it's 1-year milestone just gone, ProductRecallNZ has plenty to be buzzing about as it continues to grow throughout industry sectors in New Zealand.
The Pride in Print awards are an industry-wide celebration of all things print, and GS1 New Zealand is proud to be a part of these accolades for 2017.
Consumer demands for more information on products and the particular needs of online retailers will likely make 2-dimensional (2D) barcodes – either QR Codes or DataMatrix barcodes – increasingly common over the years ahead.
Fast growth in the size and value of New Zealand’s manuka honey industry is accompanied by high risks of product counterfeit and food safety. Industry pioneer Hayden Stowell and technology business partner Duncan Williams have created a land-to-jar traceability solution for managing those risks – and at the same time, boosting productivity in honey harvesting, extraction, regulatory compliance and packaging.
The International Federation of Freight Forwarders Associations (FIATA) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with GS1, a global standards organisation to provide a framework for further cooperation.
GS1 open standards promote interoperability of blockchain applications across supply chain networks.