Webnewswire is carrying the text of a speech delivered at the GS1 Hong Kong Supply Chain Management Excellence Summit 2009 by Rita Lau. She is Hong Kong’s Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development.
Dana Flavelle, writing for the Toronto Star has brought mainstream media attention to GS1 Canada’s roll out of a solution that lets consumers learn of product recalls at the store checkout. The story carries the headline, “Product recalls soon to be listed at checkout.”
The French newspaper Le Monde conducted an extensive interview with Sanofi-Aventis Chief Executive Chris Viehbacher about the drug company’s economic survival and whether or not a mega-merger is in order to achieve financial stability. The whole interview isn’t yet available, but in this Dow Jones report about an advance copy, six specific things are cited by Mr....
Here’s a summary of recent research showing the current and future expected growth of the medical device market in India. It features plenty of stats, all upward trending and at a good velocity, but it was this statement that interested me the most: The medical devices and equipments market is poised for phenomenal growth due...
A newly formed organization called the Consumer Electronics Working Action Group (CEWAG), which is an initiative of GS1 Australia, is intended to help
You know, when the subject of barcodes and product labels comes up in many executive suites, C-level executives have a tendency sometimes to tune out. They shouldn’t, of course, because a wrong barcode or an inability to produce labels can stop production and
At this site, GS1 Healthcare has made the following announcement: To support the immediate
There are so many voices in a recent news release, posted here by GS1 Healthcare US, it is probably best just to give you the opening paragraph that summarizes everything:
[Editor's note: I have a view which differs from Sterling's even-handed one and certainly from the bias of the two gentlemen quoted below.