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A Guide to Barcode Symbology for the Logistics Industry
Barcode technologies provide fast reliable data collection to ensure item or package traceability, and enhance customer service.
Barcodes are machine readable symbols that store identifying data about the package or item with which they are associated.
These symbols, when read by a barcode scanner, are decoded, recorded, and processed to extract the data for a variety of uses (e.g., pricing, order fulfillment, traceability through production, sortation, shipping, etc.)
This complimentary guide explores the various code symbologies - download it now.
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