The SCC-14 (ITF-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.
(SCC-14) barcode is a barcode used to identify shipping
containers, with a code length of 14 digits.
barcode standard was developed by the International Article
Numbering Society (GS1) to improve the efficiency and accuracy
of supply chain management.
can be in two formats: ITF-14 or EAN/UCC-128.
ITF-14 is a
cross-digit code with 14 digits surrounded by a rectangular
protective frame. It is suitable for direct printing on
packaging materials that are not smooth or easily deformed.
EAN/UCC-128 is a
one-dimensional barcode consisting of an application identifier
(AI) and data fields separated by brackets, which can represent
more information, such as batch number, production date, etc.