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UCC/EAN Location Code

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The UCC/EAN Location Code is a globally unique number for the identification of a legal, functional or physical location. It is comprised (from left to right) of a Numbering Authority Prefix, Company Prefix, Company Number, and a Modulus 10 Check Digit. The Company Prefix is assigned by the Numbering Authority and is unique within the numbering authority. The Company Number is assigned by the company and is unique within that company.

The UCC/EAN Location Code Prefix is the combination of the Numbering Authority Prefix and the Company Prefix; It is globally unique.

The UCC/EAN Location Code Suffix is the combination of the Company Number and the Check Digit. It is only unique when combined with the UCC/EAN Location code Prefix.

The UCC/EAN Global Product ID Prefix is the combination of the Numbering Authority Prefix and a Company Prefix; It is globally unique. Since this prefix may be the same as the one used for location codes the two uses must be delineated.

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UPC Coupon Barcodes

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For the full description of this code go to http://www.gs1-128.info/coupon.html

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SSCC-18

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Application Specification for the UCC/EAN-128 Serial Shipping Container Code b) UCC/EAN Code 128 Application Identifier Standard

See http://www.gs1-128.info/sscc18.html  

 

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Voluntary Inter-Industry Commerce Standards (VICS) EDI

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ANSI X12

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VICS EDI Implementation Guidelines for EDI


Available From

    Uniform Code Council, Inc.
    8163 Yankee Road, Suite J
    Dayton, OH 45459


Conventions and implementation guidelines for electronic data interchange utilizing the ASC X12 Standards within the retail industry.
 

ZIP Code

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The ZIP Code is a geographic identifier of areas within the United States and its territories for purposes of expediting mail distribution by the U.S. Postal Service. It is five or nine numeric digits. The ZIP Code structure divides the U.S. into ten large groups of states. The leftmost digit identifies one of these groups. The next two digits identify a smaller geographic area within the large group. The two rightmost digits identify a local delivery area. In the nine-digit ZIP Code, the four digits that follow the hyphen further subdivide the delivery area. The two leftmost digits identify a sector which may consist of several large buildings, blocks or groups of streets. The rightmost digits divide the sector into segments such as a street, a block, a floor of a building, or a cluster of mailboxes.

The USPS Domestics Mail Manual includes information on the use of the new 11-digit zip code.

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