A biofuel produced from animal fat might be the answer to diminishing carbon emissions in the supply chain.
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GS1 standards have become a unifying global language for trade partners and industry stakeholders across the spectrum in the food industry
The healthcare industry as a whole has looked to GS1 standards as a tool to achieve supply chain efficiency and simplicity. Now, a collaborative of five of the country's largest healthcare providers has announced it will adjust its own label compliance guidelines to adhere to GS1 standards.
Executives from two of the country's largest brands will join the GS1 US Board of Governors, according to a recent press release issued by the non-profit standards board.
A prominent medical center in New York's Hudson Valley announced it will adopt GS1 standards in its supply chain process through a data synchronization effort that will make use of the Global Data Synchronization Network (GDSN).
One trade group says it would now like to study supply chain processes and measures to determine best practices moving forward.
Businesses that adhere to GS1 standards for label tracking and traceability and supply chain efficiency can get the latest on the organization's latest standards, updates and regulations at the 2012 GS1 Connect Conference, which was announced November 16.
In a recent six-page case study, GS1 Healthcare US spotlights how and why the STERIS Corporation has made the move to GS1-based data and product marking standards. In case you’re not familiar with STERIS, it is a leading provider of infection prevention and surgical products with more than 5,000 employees worldwide. The story is an interesting one, if not a...
It’s not a surprise that the Voluntary Interindustry Commerce Solutions Association (VICS) has endorsed GS1 standards. The story about it, courtesy of Apparel, notes that the organization had previously endorsed the use of GS1 keys, barcode data capture standards and other GS1 technical standards, including VICS EDI. This latest reaffirmation, however, is expected to advance the Association’s VICS Item Level RFID...
GS1, the nonprofit standards organization, announced Friday that it has ratified two new Electronic Product Code (EPC) standards, which offer additional capabilities to users tagging items with radio-frequency identification (RFID) technology.
According to a recent news release, this coming September, 2011, in London, a prestigious group of healthcare professionals and Roger Lamb, healthcare sector manager at GS1 UK, are convening an event to address the concerns and challenges of the European healthcare market. The event is being organized by Healthcare IQ, a division of International Quality &...