ITF-14 barcodes are 14-digit barcodes that go on the outer shipping cartons or delivery boxes that contain your retail products. Each shipping carton should contain a set number of your retail products (e.g. 24 cans of baked beans). ITF-14 barcodes are sometimes called Shipping Container Codes (SCC-14), Carton Codes, or GTIN-14 barcodes. Your retailer will scan the ITF-14 barcode on each shipping carton when it comes into their warehouse. The ITF-14 barcode will tell them how many units of your product are contained in each shipping carton (e.g. 24 cans of baked beans). This information will then be recorded in their inventory management or logistics system so that they can keep track of what stock is in their warehouse. The ITF-14 barcodes are usually created from the barcode number which is on the retail product within the box (the EAN-13 or UPC number). Up to 10 different ITF-14 barcodes can be created from one EAN-13 or UPC number.
If you need ITF-14 Barcodes, please order them below. Please enter your EAN-13 or UPC-A barcode numbers into the “enter your barcode number(s) here” box below before checking out (we will use these numbers to create your ITF-14 barcode images). Once we receive your order, we will manually create the ITF-14 barcode for you, and email it to you. This will normally take 2-24 hours, depending on the time of day/week that you make the order. Our normal office hours are 7am-7pm Mon-Fri (NZ time), plus we process some orders on Saturday whenever possible.
Here you can purchase ITF-14 images. These will be emailed through to your in a standard size with 4 different formats (.jpg, .pdf, .png, .svg) once the order has been received.
Please specify in the ‘additional information’ section what EAN-13 barcode you need the ITF-14 created from – up to 10 ITF-14 Images can be created from each EAN-13 code).
If you are purchasing an EAN-13 barcode at the same time as an ITF-14 barcode, then just type “n/a” into the ‘additional information’ section (we will assign an EAN-13 barcode to you, and then use that barcode to create the ITF-14 carton code images).