(SCC-14) barcode is an identification code used for commodity
transportation packaging. It is a continuous, fixed-length,
two-way barcode composed of 14 numeric characters.
origins date back to 1973, when the U.S. Uniform Code Committee
(UCC) developed a barcode capable of representing packaging
units to meet the needs of large retailers.
barcode is a variant of the ITF (Interleaved Two of Five)
barcode, which can be represented by EAN/UPC, GS1-128 or DataBar
barcode is a barcode used to mark storage and transportation
packaged goods. It can be printed directly on corrugated boxes
without the need for additional labels.