2.6 box number label and barcode instructions for ‘multiples’ and ‘individual packages’
Delivery of ‘multiples’ and ‘individual packages’ must take place with a box number. This means that each load carrier, (for ‘multiples’ the outer case and for ‘individual packages’ the pallet or roll container) must bear a unique box number (and barcode). This number refers to the packing list on which it is indicated which items can be found on the load carrier.
It is not required for deliveries of ‘big tickets’ and ‘hanging goods’.
The load carrier, (for ‘multiples’ the outer case and for ‘individual packages’ the pallet or roll container) must bear a label on which the following is printed:
Barcode code 128 of the pre-alerted box number
Box number printed as serial number
preference: Font ARIAL Size 12/ maximum 1 line
preference: Font ARIAL Size 9
Two examples of LSCZ box number labels
Box number Barcode Code 128 Instructions (Dimensions & contents):
Barcode type: C128B
Minimum height: 14 mm
Quiet zone (white line): minimum 4 mm
X dimension (thickness of thinnest beam): between 0.33 and 0.51 mm
The information in the barcode must match the box number with which the relevant box was announced
A box number must consist of at least three positions
For each supplier, a box number must be unique within a year or on each load carrier (the number may not appear on the floor at LSCZ in more than one active ASN nor more than once within a single ASN)
A box number may consist of letters and numbers.
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