GS1 Global for over 40 years, GS1 has amassed over one million members using supply chain standards that make doing business easier and more efficient. GS1 service these customers from member organisations located in over 100 countries. Business becomes much easier when your customers, suppliers and partners all use global standards.
GS1 UK is an independent, not-for-profit organisation working to make UK organisations more efficient by using global standards. After all, life’s simpler when we all have the same information. GS1 UK manage the GS1 standards, using unique numbers, for global use which makes the reliable identification of products and assets possible. They are one of 108 GS1 member organisations across 150 countries, and operate in multiple sectors and industries.
GS1 Australia is a non-profit organisation that locally administers the global multi-industry system of identification and communication for products, services, assets and locations - the GS1.UCC system. Created to help Australian business enterprises to become more efficient, our fundamental role is to allocate GS1.UCC numbers and bar codes, maintaining internationally accepted trading standards. This in turn, allows Australian organisations to adopt world's best practice supply chain management techniques. GS1 Alliance Partners (Formerly known as EAN Australia).
GS1 New Zealand is the international not-for-profit organisation behind the only global system for bar coding, and for standardised identification of products, assets, services, places and organisations. GS1 develops standards, services and solutions for use by businesses, government agencies and many other organisations worldwide.