Shipping Container Code is also known as U.P.C. Shipping Container Code, SCC-14, or GTIN-14. It is a 14-digit number used to mark cartons, pallets, and shipping cases.
SCC-14 is most widely implemented by GS1128. Meanwhile, people can also use ITF-14 to implement scc-14.
ITF-14 means using ‘Interleaved 2of5’ barcode with 14-digits number.
When you use ITF-14 (Interleaved 2of5) to implement SCC-14 barcode, you need one-digit Packaging Indicator, 2-digits UPC numbering system, 5-digits Manufacturer Identification Number, 5-digit item number. The last digit is the check-digit.
Packaging Indicator can be one of the following values:
0 means UPC code on the shipping case differs from what’s inside.
1 to 7 is used to show the packaging level.
8 is reserved for future use.
9 means variable quantity shipment.
The lines around the barcode are bearer-bars. People use them to make sure no part is missing when they scan the barcode.
For example, you want to turn a UPC-A (032886673184) into ITF-14 ‘Shipping-Container-Code’.
Please remove the check digit “4” first. Then add 1 in the front as the packaging indicator. Next, add a zero to make it 14-digits in total length.
Now, your Master Carton Code is 1003288667318.
After calculating checksum, you get a check digit 1.
Therefore, your Master Carton Code is 10032886673181.
This is the pricing list of Barcodesoft Master Carton Code software
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1. Open DOS prompt. If you are using Windows 10 / Windows 7, please Open DOS prompt as administrator.
Please go to the following folder
CD C:\Program Files\Common Files\Barcodesoft\FontUtil
Type in the following DOS command to register crUFLbcs.dll
2. Start Microsoft® Excel® first.
If you are using Excel 2000 or 2003, click menu ===> Tools ==> Macro ===> Security. Choose Low security level.
If you are using Excel 2007 / 2010 / 2013 / 2016 / 2019, click the Microsoft Office Button.
Then click Excel Options, choose Trust Center. In the Macro Settings category, under Macro Settings, choose "Enable all macros" as shown below.
3. Press ALT + F11 to open Microsoft® Visual Basic editor.
4. From Visual Basic editor, choose menu Tools ===> References. It will popup a dialog. Click Browse button and choose cruflbcs.dll from your working folder.
Usually it's under C:\Program File\CommonFiles\Barcodesoft\Fontutil folder.
Click the checkbox beside crUFLBcs 4.0 Type Library as shown below. Then click OK button.
5. Press Ctrl+M, it will popup a dialog, choose barcodesoft.bas under C:\Program File\CommonFiles\Barcodesoft\Fontutil folder. Then click "Open".
If you don't find barcodesoft.bas, please download it from Master Carton Code.
6. Close Visual Basic and go back to your spreadsheet. Now, you can use the following macro to encode data: mastercarton. When you have lots of data to process, you can just copy and paste the master carton code macro to the whole column / row of data. All your master carton code will be ready immediately.
Please use cell reference to replace xxx in the formulas as shown below.
7. Right click Cell B1, choose Format Cell from context menu. Then click Font to apply one of the appropriate font typeface to the cell, such as Master Carton.
You can print Master Carton Code easily from Encoder. Start Encoder and click Option button. Then choose Master Carton Code from Symbology Combo box as shown below.
1. Open Crystal Reports. Right click "Formula Field", choose "New..." from the context menu.
Type in "MasterCarton" as formula name.
2. Click Functions ==> Additional Functions ==> UFL COM and .NET(u212com.dll), Cliquez "BCSLinearMasterCarton" fonction.
3. Then type in the database field as parameter for Master Carton Code formula. And click "Save" button to save Master Carton Code formula field.
4. Drag and drop the master carton code formula field in your crystal report design view.
5. Right click master carton code formula field and choose "Format Field" from context menu. Then choose "MasterCartonmHr" font typeface.
6. Click OK button. You will see Master Carton Code in your report.