The 7th ECR Forum 2011 in Russia. Mobile Commerce Modern trend of must have?

ECR Community 2011.06.10

Publication Date: 2011
Publication Language: English , Russian
Publication Country/Region: ECR Russia
Publication Type: Presentation
Publisher: n/a
Companies involved: VAS Media, AlterGeo, Nice University, Astrakhan State University, ECR Russia
Author: Alexander Rojkov, Artem Baranchuk, Evgeniya Ishkina, Maximilian Musselius

Mobile Commerce Modern trend of must have?
Near Filed Communication (NFC) and contactless payments. More than trillion objects by the year 2020. Expanded packaging and how retail is going to collaborate with different services via mobile devices. Geo-social networks and their impact on points of sale.

Мобильная коммерция: мода или необходимость?
Cпецифика NFC и бесконтактных платежей. Больше триллиона маркированных объектов к 2020 году - расширенная упаковка товаров и то, как розничные магазины будут взаимодействовать с сервисами на базе мобильных телефонов. Геосоциальные сети и их влияние на точки продаж.

Speakers/Докладчики

  • Alexander Rojkov, Development Director, VAS Media;
  • Artem Baranchuk, Sales Director, AlterGeo;
  • Evgeniya Ishkina, Nice University, Astrakhan State University;
  • Maximilian Musselius, Executive Director, ECR Russia;
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ECR Baltic Forum '09. Bar Code Quality Assessment at Point of Sales

Zolotarjova 2010.10.29

Publication Date: 2009
Publication Language: English
Publication Country/Region: ECR Baltic
Publication Type: Presentation
Publisher: n/a
Companies involved: GS1 Latvija, Supernetto
Author: Gatis Pakalnieks, Edgars Pentjušs

Speakers:
Gatis Pakalnieks (Supernetto) & Edgars Pentjušs (GS1 Latvija)

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ECR AP Forum ‘10. Optimising Sustainable Strategies with Innovation and Technology for The Industry

ECR Asia Pacific 2010.10.19

Publication Date: 2010
Publication Language: English
Publication Country/Region: ECR Thailand
Publication Type: Presentation
Publisher: n/a
Companies involved: Smartag Solutions
Author: Mr P K Lim


Mr P K Lim, Chief Executive Officer, Smartag Solutions



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GS1 Belgium & Luxembourg Logistic Label

Jan Somers (ECR Belgium) 2010.10.06

Publication Date: 2011
Publication Language: Dutch, French
Publication Country/Region: ECR Belgium
Publication Type: Bluebook
Publisher: n/a
Companies involved: CARREFOUR, CHAMPION/Groupe MESTDAGH, COLRUYT, CORA, DELHAIZE, MAKRO, MATCH
Author: n/a


The document is available in French and Dutch languages only.

Ce manuel a pour objectif de définir les attentes minimales de la distribution belgo-luxembourgeoise concernant le marquage des unités logistiques (palettes et colis) pour les produits à marque nationale et les produits à marque propre. Ont été pris en compte lors de la rédaction de ce document : les GS1 General Specifications, les principes du ECR Blue Book ainsi que les prati- ques commerciales réelles belgo-luxembourgeoises.

Le document décrit les attentes minimales pour le marqua- ge des palettes tant uniformes que mixtes.
Pour les palettes uniformes, ce document fait la distinction entre le marquage des palettes standards et le marquage des palettes non standards.
La distinction est également faite entre le marquage des colis pour la boucherie et les autres colis (cas général).

Deze handleiding heeft tot doel de minimale verwachtigen van de Belgisch-Luxemburgse distributie te definiëren betreffende de etikettering van logistieke eenheden (pallets en colli) voor de nationale merkproducten en de private labels. Hierbij werd uitgegaan van de GS1 General Specifications, de principes van het ECR Blue Book en er werd rekening gehouden met de reële Belgisch-Luxemburgse handelspraktijken.
Het document beschrijft de minimale verwachtingen voor de etikettering van zowel uniforme als mixed pallets.
In dit document wordt voor de uniforme pallets een onder- scheid gemaakt tussen de etikettering van standaard pallets en de etikettering van niet-standaard pallets.
Ook wordt een onderscheid gemaakt tussen de etikettering van colli voor de beenhouwerij en andere colli (algemeen geval).
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Les standards GS1 pour les soins de santé

Jan Somers (ECR Belgium) 2010.10.06

Publication Date: 2010
Publication Language: Dutch, French
Publication Country/Region: ECR Belgium
Publication Type: Bluebook
Publisher: n/a
Companies involved: GS1 Belgium & Luxembourg
Author: n/a


Les standards GS1 ont également fait leur apparition dans le secteur des soins de santé, à plusieurs niveaux et pour diverses raisons et ce n'est pas un hasard.

Que ce soient les hôpitaux, les pharmacies, les fabricants ou encore les distributeurs de produits et de solutions médicales, tous sont concernés par l'amélioration de la santé du patient. Il convient en effet de réduire les erreurs médicales, de garantir une meilleure traçabilité et d'empêcher autant que faire ce peut la contrefaçon.

Les standards GS1, ensemble avec la participation active de ses membres, permettent de rencontrer les exigences imposées par le respect stricte des procédures et des processus médicaux visant à assurer de meilleurs soins au patient et à diminuer un maximum les erreurs médicales. L'expérience déjà acquise combinée aux solutions spécifiques au secteur des soins santé font des standards GS1 le système par excellence pour remplir ces différentes missions.

De GS1 standaarden vinden ook hun weg in de sector van de gezondheidszorg , op meerdere niveaus en om diverse redenen en dit is geen toeval.

Of het nu gaat om hospitalen, apotheken, fabrikanten of verdelers van medische producten en oplossingen, allen hebben belang bij een betere gezondheid van de patiënt. Het is immers nodig om medische fouten tot een minimum te herleiden, een betere traceerbaarheid te garanderen en in de mate van het mogeljke namaak te bestrijden.

Met de actieve samenwerking van de GS1 leden, kunnen de GS1 standaarden tegemoet komen aan de strikt gestelde eisen voor medische procedures en processen die moeten toezien op  de beste patiëntenzorg en een maximale bestrijding van medische fouten. De reeds verworven kennis en ervaring, in combinatie met specifieke sectorgebonden oplossingen, maken van de GS1 standaarden het systeem bij uitstek om deze verschillende opdrachten tot een goed eind te brengen.
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How do shoppers really shop? [ECR Journal Vol. 6, No. 1, Spring 2006]

ECR Journal 2010.09.20

Publication Date: 2006
Publication Language: English
Publication Country/Region: ECR Europe
Publication Type: Article
Publisher: n/a
Companies involved: n/a
Author: Jeffrey S. Larson, Eric T. Bradlow, Peter S. Fader

by Jeffrey S. Larson, Eric T. Bradlow and Peter S. Fader
Millions of people shop in grocery stores every day. Yet we know very little about their journey through the store. New research throws new light on shopper navigation.
Using RFID tags to track shopping carts on their journeys through stores reveals some surprising findings. There are many different shopping strategies. Few fit conventional wisdom - or conventional store layouts.
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Afterthought: RFID: Vision or fantasy? [ECR Journal Vol. 7, No. 1., Spring 2007]

ECR Journal 2010.09.20

Publication Date: 2007
Publication Language: English
Publication Country/Region: ECR Europe
Publication Type: Article
Publisher: n/a
Companies involved: n/a
Author: Paul Zipkin




By Paul Zipkin

Many glib assumptions are being made about the progress of RFID. It is generally assumed that the cost of RFID tags will inevitably fall to a level where they become economic for example, but achieving these low costs isn’t simply a matter of time. The chicken-and-egg challenge of cost (we need low costs to generate volume and we need volume to generate low costs) won’t be overcome without breakthroughs in many areas.

For example, ‘passive’ tags are much cheaper than ‘active’ tags but cannot deliver some of the key functionalities retailers want from RFID. Widespread assumptions that RFID will make theft and counterfeiting much more difficult underestimate the criminal mind. And issues of security and privacy are far more complicated than may appear at first sight.
In addition, none of these issues can be solved in isolation. If security and privacy issues aren’t conquered, RFID cannot be implemented. But solving these security and privacy issues has functionality – and cost – implications. Practitioners need to balance many conflicting demands and constraints. That’s why RFID has a bright but hazy future.

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Oiling the wheels of global commerce [ECR Journal Vol. 3, No. 1, Spring 2003]

ECR Journal 2010.09.14

Publication Date: 2003
Publication Language: English
Publication Country/Region: ECR Europe
Publication Type: Article
Publisher: n/a
Companies involved: n/a
Author: Brian Smith

by Brian Smith

GSMP, EDIFACT, simplEB GCIP, GTAG. Are you up to speed with latest global standards initiatives? We review key developments, past and present.

As technologies advance and converge, and as business globalises, the need for data standards that enable one company to talk to another, without error, grows daily. EAN International is rising to the challenge.
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Introduction to EPC - Electronic Product Code (Indicod-Ecr)

Scalia 2010.02.19

Publication Date: 2010
Publication Language: Italian
Publication Country/Region: ECR Italy
Publication Type: Bluebook
Publisher: n/a
Companies involved: GS1, ECR Italy, ECR Europe
Author: n/a


One of the most important and most recent technological developments is the Electronic Product Code (EPC) which enables RFID (radio frequency identification). In order to maximize the associated benefits, it is necessary to understand the state of technological development, its future prospects and the implications in terms of organization, processes and related applications.
The document is aimed at explaining the basics of EPC (Italian language).
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Gestion des données synchronisée – comment mettre en place des fiches produits standard de qualité ?

Xavier Hua (ECR France) 2010.02.12

Publication Date: 2006
Publication Language: French
Publication Country/Region: ECR France
Publication Type: Bluebook
Publisher: n/a
Companies involved: GS1 France, ECR France
Author: n/a


La fiche produit est le socle de tous les échanges de flux d’information et de produit sur la chaîne globale d’approvisionnement ; indispensable à la constitution et à la maintenance de bases de données produit, elle est, en effet, mise à contribution pour la conduite d’opérations fiables dans l'environnement complexe d’aujourd’hui qui fait intervenir de multiples acteurs, aussi bien dans le domaine de la logistique que dans celui de la gestion de la demande consommateur.

La conduite efficace et sans erreur de l’ensemble des opérations qui vont de la mise en marché d’un produit jusqu'à sa disponibilité en rayon pour le consommateur, repose sur la parfaite maîtrise de ses caractéristiques commerciales, logistiques et tarifaires.

L'ensemble des processus qui conduisent à la mise à disposition de données justes et à jour est appelé, par convention, «synchronisation des données de base».

La qualité et la réactivité de la transmission et de l'intégration des données de base sont fondamentales pour assurer la fiabilité de la chaîne globale d'approvisionnement.

Janvier 2006 ; 32 pages ; Partenaire : GS1 France


  

GTIN (Barcodes) Allocation Rules by GS1

ECR Community 2009.12.24

Publication Date: 2007
Publication Language: English
Publication Country/Region: ECR Europe
Publication Type: Bluebook
Publisher: n/a
Companies involved: GS1
Author: n/a


GS1_GTIN_Allocation_RulesWhilst every effort has been made to ensure that the GS1 System standards contained in this document are correct, GS1 hereby state that the document is provided without warranty, either expressed or implied, of accuracy or fitness for purpose, and hereby disclaim any liability, direct or indirect, for damages or loss relating to the use of the document. The document may be modified from time to time, subject to developments in technology, changes to the standards, or new legal requirements. Information provided in this guideline is current at the time of publication, per the content of the GS1 General Specifications, Version 7.0, January 2006, and is subject to change without notification to the reader. 

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ECR Croatia Bluebook on Traceability

ECR Croatia 2009.12.24

Publication Date: 2009
Publication Language: Slovak
Publication Country/Region: ECR Croatia
Publication Type: Bluebook
Publisher: n/a
Companies involved: NESTLE Europe, ECR D-A-CH, CIES, ECR France, Kraft Foods, ECR SWEDEN, METRO, GS1, ECR SPAIN, INDICOD/GS1 ITALY, GS1 BELGIUM & LUXEMBOURG, KUEHNE INSTITUTE FOR LOGISTICS, TRI D’AIX GmbH INTERNATIONAL, KELLOGG GmbH, ALLIED DOMECQ, UNILEVER BESTFOODS EUROPA, HENKEL, ECSLA, SCA HIGIJENSKI PROIZVODI, RIS / REWE, BACARDI, ICA SWEDEN, Gencod/GS1 France, GEORGIA-PACIFIC
Author: Saliha BARLATEY, Philipp BOTZENHARDT, Hugo BYRNES, Géraldine FOUQUE, Ronald GRUBE, Ruediger HAGEDORN, Ingemar HANSSON, Olivier LABASSE, Jürgen MATERN, Miodrag MITIC, Jordi MUR AECOC, Stefano BERGAMIN, Leen DANHIEUX, Jens HAMPRECHT, Stefanie HUSEMANN, Claudia LAMPE, Alistair Mc ARTHUR, Martin MICHELS, Ian MOULSON, Carol PRIER, Cecilia RYDHOLM, Jörg SANDLÖHKEN, Dominique SIMON, Diane TAILLARD, Magnus STADIG, Lionel TUSSAU


ECR_cro_1The ECR bluebook on traceability was published as an announcement of the launch of GS1 Croatia/ECR Croatia projects related to traceability. Along with the Fresh Fruit Traceability Project which is in course, we would especially like to draw attention to the project aimed at establishing a Food Industry Traceability Interest Group. The said project will be carried out with the participation of competent government institution, leading manufacturers and retailers, and all other potential interested participants. The aim of the project is to produce practical instructions for implementing traceability in line with the national traceability project implemented by the Ministry of Agriculture, which is also competent for safety and quality of food in Croatia.

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ECR Europe Forum '08. Creating value through global e-business solutions

2009.12.12

Publication Date: 2008
Publication Language: English
Publication Country/Region: ECR Europe
Publication Type: Presentation
Publisher: n/a
Companies involved: Carrefour, Nestlé Germany, Metro Group, Kraft Foods Italy, GS1 GDSN, GS1, Coop Italy
Author: Luca Meconi, Bertold Ruffler, Urs-Ulrich Katzenstein, Renato Di Ferdinando, Sally Herbert, Pierre Georget


logo_berlin This session will show the benefits of implementing GS1’s e-business standards from the perspective of today’s and future business requirements. The value of implementing global e-business solutions will be introduced by successful case studies from innovative pioneer retailers and their suppliers.

Speakers: Luca Meconi, Coop Italy; Pierre Georget, GS1; Sally Herbert, GS1 GDSN; Renato Di Ferdinando, Kraft Foods Italy; Urs-Ulrich Katzenstein, Metro Group; Bertold Ruffler, Nestlé Germany;  Carrefour.

Facilitated by GS1.

Creating value through global e-business solutions
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ECR France Forum '06. Creating value with new technologies

Xavier Hua (ECR France) 2009.12.01

Publication Date: 2006
Publication Language: French
Publication Country/Region: ECR France
Publication Type: Presentation
Publisher: n/a
Companies involved: GS1 France, EPC France
Author: Pierre GEORGET


ECR France Forum ‘06. Créer de la valeur avec les nouvelles technologies et l’accélération des flux d’informations
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ECR Russia Forum '09. Coding Standards & Product classification

Maximilian Musselius [ECR Russia] 2009.11.23

Publication Date: 2009
Publication Language: Russian
Publication Country/Region: ECR Russia
Publication Type: Presentation
Publisher: n/a
Companies involved: ECR ePoS Project, P&G
Author: Natalia Krasavtseva , Georgy Ogandzhanov


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Стандарты кодирования и Глобальный классификатор Ряд базовых вопросов взаимодействия до сих пор не решен. Единые правила кодирования товаров, смены кодов, использования единых классификаторов - это фундамент для безбумажного документооборота. Докладчики поделятся практическими примерами решения этих базовых проблем.

Coding Standards & Product classification Some basics are not yet fully implemented. Common/Global product coding rules, barcodes allocation rules, common product classification - are the basics to make them right to enable the full electronic documentation flow. Learn from the industry experts how to manage your master data right.

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Natalia Krasavtseva, Customer Solutions IDS GBS, P&G

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Information Sharing Report by GCI

ECR Community 2009.11.22

Publication Date: 2009
Publication Language: English
Publication Country/Region: ECR Europe
Publication Type: Report
Publisher: n/a
Companies involved: Coca-Cola, Unilever, Kraft Foods, Carrefour, Metro Group, IBM, Tesco, Procter & Gamble, Henkel, Nestle, Sara Lee International, AIM / ECR Europe, GCI, SCA Packaging, Royal Ahold, Philips, GS1, Kao
Author: Kraig B. Adams, Felix Block, Chris Cave-Jones, Luc Demeulenaere, Dieter Ebbers, Darren Gibson, Bill Gilmour, Rodney Hintz, Kevin Houston, Xavier Hua, Peter Jordan, Joe Metcalfe, Barbara Munro, Karsten Muthreich, Willem Niesert, Andre Pallinger, Katrin Recke, Sabine Ritter, Kathleen Van Maele, Ruud van der Pluijm, Piet van der Plas, Diane Taillard, Antonio Salto, Akikazu Sato


InformationsharingreportWhy is information sharing important?

Information sharing can address three key areas in a product life cycle:
• Greater sharing of information about consumer trends  and market trends between trading partners can lead to greater insights into consumer behavior, enabling both partners to better serve the consumer
• Sharing information about real demand between two trading partners can enable the development of products that better meet consumers’ needs
• Sharing of accurate, real-time operational information between the two trading partners can lead to better use of assets in the supply chain. This can improve product availability and consumer satisfaction at the point of purchase.[CUT]

Accurate information is the basis of any commercial enterprise. This is particularly true in the fast-moving, quick-response world of manufacturing and retail. As the pace of change continues to quicken, the following questions asked in our industry require greater levels of collaboration between vertical partners in the supply chain to meet the needs of consumers better:
Product development: What do consumers think of my new product concept? How will consumers use my new product?

Marketing: What are the new consumer trends? What is my current share of the market? Are people shopping in a store or via the Internet?

Manufacturing: How much do I need to make of my new product? Have I got the raw materials and packaging that I need? Is what I am doing going to meet my financial targets?

Logistics: How much product do I have? Where is it? How much do I need? Where do I need it?

• What are the benefits of this proposition for my retail partner? What is the best way to merchandise this product to drive purchase at the point of sale? What is the best promotion with which to drive a trial?

Buying: What impact is this product going to have on my category sales, margin? How attractive is this for our shoppers? Will it grow incremental
sales, or just cannibalize what I already sell?

Store managing: Are my shelves full? What deliveries am I expecting? Have I got enough staff to cope with peak traffic? Am I meeting my financial
targets?

By building a better way of sharing information over the entire supply chain, these questions can be addressed more easily and all parties in the value chain can improve their ability to serve the consumer. Ask yourself, “How good are we at answering these questions?”

The GCI Working Group on “Information Sharing” distinguishes between:

Data – This is a set of facts, figures and attributes relating to something

Information – This refers to organizing those facts, figures and attributes into a business context in a way that converts them from mere data into
usable information.

Insight – This refers to the knowledge that a company applies to information so that they can make a product or brand perform better and be more
appealing to consumers.

Information sharing – This means having information between trading partners more readily available so that both parties can generate greater
insight and better meet the needs of consumers. Availability will be governed by agreed upon rules regarding access, security and legal constraints of ,
that information.

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ECR Europe Forum ‘08. T2T Collaboration

2009.11.16

Publication Date: 2008
Publication Language: English
Publication Country/Region: ECR Europe
Publication Type: Presentation
Publisher: n/a
Companies involved: GS1, Trevise Consulting, Psion Teklogic
Author: Pourang Mahdavi, Laurent Gonzalez


logo_berlinA new concept known as T2T (Technology to Technology) will be explored by taking a journey through the life of a consumer product to discover how the Auto-ID technologies of today and tomorrow will interact within the supply chain. See how these technologies will affect your roadmap for infrastructure migration – and increase your business efficiency.

Speakers: Pourang Mahdavi, Psion Teklogic; Laurent Gonzalez, Trevise Consulting; representatives of GS1.


Facilitated by GS1.

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ECR Europe Forum ‘09. Mobile shopping technologies

2009.11.08

Publication Date: 2009
Publication Language: English
Publication Country/Region: ECR Europe
Publication Type: Presentation
Publisher: n/a
Companies involved: Nestlé, GS1, Carrefour, BT
Author: Kerstin Nettekoven, Vanderlei Santos, Joe Horwood, Olivier Raynal

logo_forumFocusing on GS1’s work with major brands and retailers on “extended packaging”, this session will look at how consumers can access additional product information by scanning barcodes on packaging with a mobile phone. The presentations will explore the business and consumer benefits and how companies can increase their knowledge of this new technology.
Speakers: Kerstin Nettekoven, BT; Olivier Raynal, Carrefour; Joe Horwood, GS1; Vanderlei Santos, Nestlé.
Facilitated by GS1.

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EDI Bluebook by ECR Russia

Maximilian Musselius [ECR Russia] 2009.11.08

Publication Date: 2009
Publication Language: Russian
Publication Country/Region: ECR Russia
Publication Type: Bluebook
Publisher: ECR Russia
Companies involved: Kraft Foods, Nestle, CisLink, 1S Set', Terlis Data, eXite, SA2, Metro Cash&Carry, MGB, Korus Consalting
Author: Valerian Dunin-Barkovskiy, Andrey Busigin, Pavel Nazarov, Alexandr Gershoig, Kirill Kuznetsov, Zahar Dihtar, Maxim Rostotskiy, Denis Pirogenko, Alexey Komissarov, Igor Zelenko, Leonid Yakubovskiy


bluebook_edi_rusЭтот сборник лучших практик (Bluebook) по электронному документообороту создан усилиями Технологического комитета ECR-Rus. Слаженная работа членов группы, их желание обмениваться информацией и результатами работы своей компании привнесли значительную ценность в создание данного пособия.
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Unit Loads Identification & Tracking

2000.12.07

Publication Date: 2000
Publication Language: English
Publication Country/Region: ECR Europe
Publication Type: Bluebook
Publisher: n/a
Companies involved: B&Q, Unilever, SmithKline Beecham, Procter & Gamble , Nestlé, Kraft Jacobs Suchard, Kimberly-Clark Europe, Kellogg, Groupe Danone , Colgate/Palmolive , Chocoladenfabriken Lindt & Sprüngli, Bestfoods Europe, Comptoirs Modernes, Tukospar, SPAR, REWE, Kesko , J. Sainsbury, Christian Salvesen, AIM, GENCOD - EAN France, EuroCommerce, EAN International, CCG
Author: Steve Anderson, Thomas Morf, Fokke van der Veer, Emmannuelle Renon, Iain MacInnes , Jakob Leitner, Andrew Howorth, Vera Feuerstein, Jean-Luc Arrigo , Antonio Malvestio, Alexander Krauß, Dr. Daniel Corsten

by ITEM HSG (2000)
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This ECR Europe Supply Side Project was set up to tackle Unit Load Identification and Tracking (ULIT), a subject vital in any supply chain, not only in the Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) industry but also in many other sectors. The identification of unit loads is necessary at any point at which they are moved from one location to another along the supply chain or even within a warehouse. Identification then is the natural prerequisite for tracking any kind of goods at any point in time.

The ULIT team - consisting of various representatives of both major manufacturers and retailers – has identified and described the best practice in the field of identification and tracking of unit loads establishing the ECR Europe Report on Unit Load Identification and Tracking. Starting from the basis of industry standards, this document also reports on the actual use of these standards and current practices for ULIT. The observed current processes have been depicted in an comprehensive and substantial cost model, serving as the foundation and the decision tool for the group’s conclusion in identifying and recommending the best practice.


  

ECR Europe Efficient Replenishment & EDI User Guide

1996.11.08

Publication Date: 1996
Publication Language: English
Publication Country/Region: ECR Europe
Publication Type: Bluebook
Publisher: n/a
Companies involved: Auchan, Delhaize "Le Lion", ICA Handlarnas, Julius Meinl, Pam, Promodes, Somerfield Stores, Tesco Stores, Bahlsen Holding, Coca-Cola, CPC Benelux
Author: Arnaud Vantichelen, Ole Lonqvist, Jean-Claud Puydebois, Peter Niederhausen, Simon Orebi-Gann, Beda Sigrist, Ken Stephens, Erik Van Regenmortel, Phillippe Costrel, Charles Neumann, Marco Thyssen

by Roland Berger & Partners (1996)
Efficient-replenishment-&-EDI-Cover-PageIntroducing Efficient Replenishment (12 MB)
Supply Chain Models (15 MB)
Efficient Replenishment Techniques (13 MB)
Efficient Replenishment Trials (18 MB)
Introducing EDI (9 MB)
Planning for EDI (7 MB)
EDI Standards (7 Mb)
EDI for Efficient Replenishment (15 MB)
EDI Security (8 MB)
EDI Legal Aspects (11 MB)
Glossary (5 MB)


  


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