Companies pack products into logistic units like cases, pallets, or parcels. To identify and keep track of logistic units in the Repacker FMD application, create and manage serial shipping container code (SSCCs) sequences as per the GS1 standard.


List of Procedures


Searching for an SSCC and Viewing the SSCC History


Procedure


1. In the Repacker FMD application, select the SSCC pool tab.


2. Enter the number of the SSCC in the search field and/or select the status under Status.

  • The list of the SSCCs is filtered based on the search criteria.
  • You can reset the filter by clicking Reset filters.


3. To view the history of an SSCC, click > next to the SSCC on the left. You can track all the status changes of the SSCC during its lifecycle.


For more information on the status changes, see Lifecycle of SSCCs in Repacker FMD.


Example:



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Creating an SSCC Sequence

You can generate GS1-compliant SSCC sequences in the Repacker FMD application to use them for receiving, decommissioning, and repackaging activities.


Procedure


1. In the Repacker FMD application, select the SSCC pool tab.


2. Click Create SSCC sequence.


3. In the Create SSCC sequence dialog, provide the necessary details as described below.


FieldAction
Extension digit
Enter the extension digit for the SSCC (0-9).
GS1 Prefix
Enter the GS1 company prefix.
Start sequence from
Optionally, specify the number to start the sequence from.
AmountEnter the number of required SSCCs.


Example:



Note: Movilitas.Cloud automatically calculates the check digit based on the entered values as per the GS1 standard. You do not need to calculate or give the check digit.


4. Click Create. The SSCCs are created and are in Available status in the list.


In the following example, we are searching for the five new SSCCs by entering the extension digit ("3") followed by the GS1 company prefix ("01234567"). As we started the sequence from 100, the serial reference is 8-digit long, and starts with "00000100":



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