About GS1 India
GS1 India is a global, supply chain Standards organisation, set up by Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India, CII, FICCI, ASSOCHAM, FIEO, IMC, APEDA, Spices Board, IIP and BIS.
GS1 standards enable improved efficiency, safety and visibility of supply chains across physical and digital channels.
In Healthcare our standards enhance patient safety by enabling availability of life-saving drugs in particular and in the detection of spurious drugs through authentication and track & trace.
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Visit this page to know aboutOur 25 year journey
To create a world where every product has a unique identity, which enhances visibility in the supply chain.
We support businesses uniquely identify products, locations and share information in structured & standardised manner. Our standards-based services enable digital transformation and enhance supply chain efficiency
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- Global & Local
- Trust & Integrity
- Inclusive & Collaborative
Our Affiliation To GS1 Global
We are affiliated to GS1 Global, an industry-led global Standards organization, headquartered in Brussels. Over two million companies, across 25 industry sectors such as Retail, Healthcare, Transport and Logistics use GS1 standards. The majority of GS1 standards are endorsed and referenced in ISO standards.
GS1 Standards - Making a difference
GS1 Standards Are Used In:
Our standards are used across various sectors to reduce costs and increase the supply chain and operational efficiencies. Explore this section to learn how we're transforming supply chains in these areas..
GS1 has contributed significantly to the overall growth of the retail sector by making supply and demand chains more efficient and responsive to consumer needs.Explore
GS1 standards and services enable trusted, complete and accurate product identification, as well as data sharing. Better data translates into better service.Explore
Our work in Healthcare aimed at developing and implementing global healthcare supply chain standards by collaborating with all stakeholders to achieve patient safety and improved efficiency.Explore
Ensuring availability of crop protection inputs and help the food sector overcome challenges of providing safe and quality food to consumers.Explore
Transport & Logistics
Enabling transportation and logistics teams to standardise information and automating collection, leaving them more time to focus on how to use information rather than how to get information.Explore
GS1 standards drive interoperability within this sector, leading to greater efficiency and lower costs, enabling industries to achieve true supply chain visibility and life cycle management.