Creating and printing ITF-14 barcodes

Updated 1 week ago

Introducing ITF-14 barcodes

Even if the manufacturer includes the ITF-14 barcode on their boxes, you must add the ITF-14 to the actual products so it is associated with the product.

ITF-14 barcodes will include both the UPC and the quantity of items in a box, and are designed for boxes that have multiple quantities of product.

An ITF-14 barcode encodes GTIN-14 (Global Trade Item Number) information and comprises four components: A one-digit Indicator prefix; a GS1 Company Prefix; an Item Reference, and a Check Digit. For more details, see the GTIN website.

You can easily create and print out ITF-14 barcode labels right from Skustack. This convenient feature lets you scan a case of a product instead of scanning each unit or entering a quantity.

When you select an ITF barcode, you can print out as many as needed. Simply select the quantity needed and click Print.

You can perform various ITF-14 barcode functions right in Sellercloud, such as importing barcodes added in Skustack; managing an item's ITF-14 barcodes; and using Sellercloud's Advanced search engine to find items by their ITF-14 barcode. For details, see Using ITF-14 Barcodes.

Creating and printing ITF-14 barcodes

  1. Click Product Info tab > search for the product.
  2. Open the product > click ITF Barcodes.
  3. Click the + icon to add the ITF-14 to the product by entering the barcode and the quantity of items in the box > click Add.

    skustack add ITF-14 barcodes
  4. To print a new barcode, long-click it > select the boxes > click the Print icon at the top.

    skustack print ITF-14 barcode labels


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