Our Services

GS1 offers traceability standards and support their implementation to enhance companies’ business processes and to address today’s challenges.

Tools & Services

Barcode Testing

GS1 Jordan provides barcode testing service to make sure that your barcode scans first,every time.

Global Product Classification

GS1JO GPC is a software designed to enable companies and organisations to classify their products according to GS1 GPC global classification standard.

Check Digit Calculator

This is an online service to calculate the check digit directly also provide information on how to calculate the check digit manually.

Coupon Identificaion

A coupon is a voucher that can be redeemed at the Point-of-Sale for a cash value or free item

GS1 Jordan Online training

GS1 Jordan Online training: Welcome to Learn! LEARN is an on-line training programme that has been developed for GS1 Jordan members and other interested companies/individuals.

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GoJoScan using QR Code

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GS1 in Healthcare

Pushing the boundaries of the Healthcare supply chain

Why choose GS1 Standards in Healthcare?

The GS1 System of Standards provides a global harmonised and integrated framework to manage supply chain information.

Healthcare GTIN Allocation Rules

This voluntary guideline was developed by the GS1 Healthcare User Group so that, when and where product identification is required there will be consistency in the use of a data structures worldwide.

How the GS1 System of Standards works in Healthcare

GS1 Standards enable the realisation in the Healthcare sector of all health and economic benefits related to automatic identification, traceability, and data synchronisation.

Know about GS1 Keys in Healthcare

GS1 Identification Keys in healthcare: a numbering schemas for products, locations, patients, caregivers, and assets.

The Use of GLN in Healthcare

Global Location Number (GLN)is a globally unique GS1 Identification Number that is used to identify any location in the supply chain that needs to be uniquely identified. Adoption of GLNs across the healthcare supply chain and within manufacturers, distribution centres and hospitals is imperative to deliver the benefits in terms of patient safety, product traceability and supply chain efficiency seen in other industries.

GS1 Traceability

What is Traceability?

According to ISO 9001 Traceability is defined as: the ability to trace the history, application or location of that which is under consideration. According to GS1 Traceability is defined as: the ability to track forward the movement through specified stage(s) of the extended supply chain and trace backward the history, application or location of that which is under consideration.

What does the GS1 Traceability Standard define?

GS1 Traceability Standard enables maximum interoperability between traceability systems across the whole supply chain whilst accommodating specific commercial, industry sector or legislative requirements.

Why do we need Traceability?

All of us are consumers and all of us expect the products we purchase to be safe, perform well and deliver consistent quality. The ability to trace materials and products up and down the supply chain has become an integral part of doing business.

What is the value of the GS1 Traceability Standard?

While businesses recognize the value of traceability, they do not want multiple, potentially conflicting, traceability systems, and they do not want to increase costs unnecessarily.They want a system that could easily be adopted by just about everyone in the supply chain.

What is the GS1 Global Traceability Conformance?

The GS1 GTC (GS1 Global Traceability Conformance Control Points & Compliance Criteria) is a Global Traceability tool developed for proactive monitoring of manufacturers products and processes ensuring their security, quality, product certification, origin, content, and compliance with current local and international regulations including recall.

How GS1 Traceability Solutions Work in Practice?

Every day, at GS1's 112 Member Organisations in countries on every continent, GS1 team members are working to enable food safety and help businesses get the most out of the GS1 System.



XML or Extensible Markup Language is a specification developed by the W3C(World Wide Web Consortium). It is a derivative version of Standard Generalised Markup Language (SGML) and was designed especially for web documents. XML allows users to create their own tags, enabling the definition, transmission, validation, and interpretation of data between organisations and their supporting applications.


EANCOM® is a GS1 subset of the UN/EDIFACT standard (United Nations Electronic Data Interchange for Administration, Commerce and Transport), which comprises a set of internationally agreed standards, directories and guidelines for the electronic interchange of data.

Ten steps of GS1 eCom implementation

This page is meant for companies that are about to start the implementation of GS1 eCom standards.

Prefix List

The number capacity to different countries for assignment from that location to companies who apply.

What is eCom?

GS1 eCom stands for electronic communication using standard business messaging.

GS1 GPC Browser

This is online service for products classification, The GPC browser allows you to browse all components of the current GPC schemas.

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