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Trade Item Unit Descriptor Code List Data Migration Updated February 17, 2015
© 2013 GS1 Agenda 2 Brief History – Why change Old and new process and applicable attributes Transition process Demonstrate process on specific examples Key: TIUD = tradeItemUnitDescriptor MX= Mixed Module DS=Display Shipped
© 2013 GS1 Trade Item Unit Descriptor Codes 3 Trade Item Unit Descriptors TIUD is used to describe the GTIN hierarchy level. Change Purpose: communication of which item level is display ready removal of unnecessary dependencies. The old unit descriptor descriptions/definitions were used to indicate that item is: display or it contains several unique GTINs. When retailer got DS and item had multiple children there was no way for them to know if it was display. It was possible that manufacturers had to use DS only because it had multiple children.
© 2013 GS1 Inconsistencies in Assignment of Unit Descriptors 4 Different manufacturers were assigning different unit descriptors from the same product packaging level Manufacturer #1 MX – Mixed Module Manufacturer #2 DS – Display Shipper Retailers could not consistently process information provided Due to large percentage of new products available as display it is critical to assure consistency
© 2013 GS1 Trade Item Unit Descriptor Codes 5 New Process Simplification of the code list AP (Assortment Pack) was removed Communication if a display for MX (Mixed Module) & DS (Display Shipper) use attributes: displayTypeCode – New attribute – indicates if item is display Allows to communicate type of display isTradeItemADisplayUnit hasDisplayReadyPackaging
© 2013 GS1 Trade Item Unit Descriptor Codes 6 tradeItemUnitDescriptorDescriptionParentsParent InstanceChildrenChildren Instance (TL) Transport Load A logistical unit which, when ordered, can provide a standard quantity of trade items from any other hierarchy level. This level can be used to define truckloads, shipping containers, rail cars, ships, and etc. This level can contain a single GTIN or multiple GTINs. TL, NoneMultipleTL, PL, CA, PK, EASingle/ Multiple (PL) Pallet A unit load that contains a single GTIN that is not display ready. Includes box pallet. TL, PL, NoneMultiplePL, CA, PK, EASingle/ Multiple (CA) Case A standard trade item shipping unit. Includes an ½ or ¼ pallet and an ½ or ¼ b box pallet. TL, PL, CA, NoneMultipleCA, PK, EASingle/ Multiple (PK) Pack / Innerpack May be a logistical unit between a case and each, may or may not be bar-coded, that contains a single instance of a GTIN OR a consumer unit that contains single instance of a lower level GTIN that is typically bar-coded. TL, PL, CA, PKMultiplePK, EASingle/ Multiple (EA) Each The lowest level of the item hierarchy intended or labelled for individual resale. TL, PL, CA, PKMultipleNoneN/A (MX) Mixed Module A unit load that contains several unique GTINs OR a “display ready pallet” that may contain a single GTIN or several unique GTINs that is intended to go directly to the selling floor. Includes box pallet TL, PL, MX None (To be deleted in Major Release 3.x, use PL- Pallet) Multiple MX, PL, DS, CA, PK, AP(SP), EA Single/ Multiple (DS) Display/ Shipper A shipping unit that is a display (can contain a single instance of a GTIN or contains more than one unique instance of a GTIN) OR a case that contains more than one unique instance of a GTIN. Includes an ½ or ¼ pallet and an ½ or ¼ b box pallet and prepack. TL, MX, PL, DS, CA (To be deleted in Major Release 3.x use CS- Case) Single/ Multiple DS, CA, PK, AP(SP), EA Single/ Multiple (AP) Assorted Pack/Setpac May be a logistical unit between a case and each may or may not be bar-coded that contains multiple instances of unique GTINs OR a consumer unit that contains multiple instances of lower level GTINs that are typically bar- coded. TL, MX, PL, DS, CA, PK, AP(SP) (To be deleted in Major Release 3.x use PK- Pack/ Innerpack) MultiplePK, AP(SP), EAMultiple
© 2013 GS1 Communication if item is display 7 If item is display - new attribute – DisplayTypeCode This attribute clearly communicates if item is display and type of display Code Value Code NameCode Definition SDRShelf Display Ready Packaging Shelf Display Ready Packaging – A display unit that is ready for display on a shelf or counter. FDRFloor Display Ready Packaging Floor Display Ready Packaging – A display unit that is ready for display on the floor. SNDShelf Non- Assembled Display Packaging Shelf Non-Assembled Display Packaging – A display unit that needs to be assembled before display on a shelf or counter. FNDFloor Non- Assembled Display Packaging A display unit that needs to be assembled before display on the floor. UNSUnspecifiedUnspecified for cases where the supplier is unable to provide the precise type at that moment (or the type of display does not exist in the list yet), but still wants to communicate a display of a sort is present.
© 2013 GS1 Display Attributes and Their Use 8 IsTradeItemADisplayUnit – An indicator whether a trade item is or could be used as a display unit. A display unit is intended to be shipped to a store without being split at a distribution centre and is intended to be displayed in a retail store either on a shelf or on the shop floor. DisplayTypeCode - A code determining the type of display for a trade item Validation rule: If IsTradeItemADisplayUnit =True then DisplayTypeCode is required hasDisplayReadyPackaging - (This attribute is referring to type of packaging that can be easily used for replenishment - easy to identify, easy to open, can easily be put onto the shelf and disposed of, allowing an optimization of shelf replenishment and enhanced visibility) Trade Item has Display Ready Packaging (also referred to as Shelf Ready Packaging or Retail Ready Packaging). Display Ready Packaging can be exhibited on the floor, a shelf or other location. It may or may not require some modification e.g. to raise a flap. Note: All attributes are optional
© 2013 GS1 Communication if item has multiple lower level GTINs 9 quantityOfChildren Indicates the number of unique next lower level trade items contained in a complex trade item. A complex trade item can contain at least 2 different GTINs.
© 2013 GS1 Transition to New Process 10 If TIUD = MX or DS then If quantityOfChildren = 1 then you need to use DisplayTypeCode If quantityOfChildren > 1 then you may need to use DisplayTypeCode If the item is display then use DisplayTypeCode & isTradeItemADisplayUnit attributes NOTE: Display Type Code May not be needed if quantityOfChildren > 1 product that is not display like a mixed case. Then populate isTradeItemADisplayUnit=FALSE NOTE: It was agreed that no additional validation would be created until markets can determine a need
© 2013 GS1 What can I do now? 11 Change all AP codes to PK Add new attribute to your system – displayTypeCode If TIUD = MX or DS and quantityOfChildren = 1 then we know that item is display Start populating displayTypeCode when you are ready, with new display type Populate isTradeItemADisplayUnit=TRUE If TIUD = MX or DS and quantityOfChildren > 1 then you may not know if item is display Verify if item is display If it is not display then set isTradeItemADisplayUnit to FALSE If it is display then obtain display type value for displayTypeCode attribute You don’t need to change the unit descriptor values: MX and DS Set isTradeItemADisplayUnit = TRUE
© 2013 GS1 PACK_OR_INNER-PACK, PREPACK, PREPACK_ASSORTMENT, SETPACK 12 The current TI Guidelines list only (AP) Assorted Pack/Setpack and (PK) Pack / Innerpack Definitions for PREPACK, PREPACK_ASSORTMENT, SETPACK were very similar and confusing: Contains multiple components, each of which represents a unique consumer unit item by color and size PREPACK_ASSORTMENT - AP and Pack / Innerpack PK The only difference between both definitions is single vs. multiple instances of unique GTINs.
© 2013 GS1 PREPACK_ASSORTMENT - AP and Pack / Innerpack PK 13 The new process Combine PK, AP into one – PK PK - may be a logistical or consumer unit between a case and each. May or may not be bar-coded. May contain a single or multiple instances of a lower level GTIN that are typically bar-coded. quantityOfChildren - indicates the number of unique next lower level trade items contained in a complex trade item. It clearly communicates if item has several unique GTINs so there is no need to use PK vs. AP. DisplayTypeCode attribute also applies, if isTradeItemADisplayUnit=True Transition Change all AP codes to PK
© 2013 GS1 Full pallet, shelved corrugate display unit; 2-sided shoppable; TIUD = MX Or DS Display Type Code – FND (Floor Non-Assembled Display Ready packaging) isTradeItemADisplayUnit = True TI = 1 HI = 1 MIXED MOD – PALLET EXAMPLE
© 2013 GS1 At least two layers of display ready product single or multiple GTINs, pallet can be dropped & shopped TIUD = MX, PL or DS Display Type Code – FDR (Floor Display Ready packaging) isTradeItemADisplayUnit = True TI = 1 HI = 1 MIXED MOD – PALLET EXAMPLE
© 2013 GS1 Display Shipper TIUD = MX or DS Display Type Code – FDR (Floor Display Ready packaging) isTradeItemADisplayUnit = True TI = 1 HI = 1
© 2013 GS1 Small footprint display shipper unassembled; holds up to 40# of product TIUD = DS isTradeItemADisplayUnit = True Display Type Code – FND (Floor Non-Assembled Display Ready packaging) Has Display Ready Packaging – False FLOOR STAND DISPLAY SHIPPER
© 2013 GS1 Product packed into a display tray Old TIUD = DS New TIUD = CA isTradeItemADisplayUnit = True Display Type Code – SDR (Shelf Display Ready Packaging) Has Display Ready Packaging – True Display TRAY
© 2013 GS1 Product packed into a shelf/countertop display Old TIUD = DS New TIUD = CA isTradeItemADisplayUnit = True Display Type Code – SDR (Shelf Display Ready Packaging) Has Display Ready Packaging – True Shelf Displays
© 2013 GS1 Pallet Contains a child GTIN of Case that contains a child GTIN of Each TIUD = PL isTradeItemADisplayUnit = False
© 2013 GS1 Case Module At least two layers of brown cases of one sku TIUD = PL isTradeItemADisplayUnit = False
© 2013 GS1 Case Rainbow Pallet Brown cases, multiple skus, used for stocking, speed to shelf, at least 2 layers TIUD = MX or PL isTradeItemADisplayUnit = False
© 2013 GS1 Tote Pallet Brown cases, multiple skus, used for stocking, ships in a corrugate shroud, commonly used for new items TIUD = MX or PL isTradeItemADisplayUnit = False TI = 1 HI = 1
© 2013 GS1 Pinwheel Pallet Full pallet, shelved corrugate display unit; 4-sided shoppable TIUD = MX or PL isTradeItemADisplayUnit = True Display Type Code – FND (Floor Non-Assembled Display Ready packaging) Has Display Ready Packaging – False TI = 1 HI = 1
© 2013 GS1 HALFED SHELVED PALLET Physical half pallet footprint (24 x 40), shelved corrugate display unit TIUD = DS or PL isTradeItemADisplayUnit = True Display Type Code – FND (Floor Non-Assembled Display Ready packaging) Has Display Ready Packaging – False TI = 1 HI = 1
© 2013 GS1 RISER PALLET Corrugate display base built under product; brings less-than-full pallet unit to shoppable height TIUD = MX or PL isTradeItemADisplayUnit = True Display Type Code – FDR (Floor Display Ready packaging) Has Display Ready Packaging – False TI = 1 HI = 1
© 2013 GS1 LAYER STACK MERCH UNIT At least 2 layers of display ready cases; single or multiple skus, layer stacked, appropriate for stocking TIUD = MX or PL isTradeItemADisplayUnit = False
© 2013 GS1 STACKABLE TRAY MERCH UNIT Merch unit of stackable trays, all product, can stock an endcap or be dropped on the floor and shopped TIUD = MX or PL isTradeItemADisplayUnit = True Display Type Code – FDR (Floor Display Ready packaging) TI = 1 HI = 1
© 2013 GS1 3 SIDED ENDCAP PALLET 3 sided (48" facing) shelved pallet designed to be used for pallet drop end cap locations TIUD = MX or PL isTradeItemADisplayUnit = True Display Type Code – FND (Floor Non-Assembled Display Ready packaging TI = 1 HI = 1
© 2013 GS1 SLANT BACK MERCH UNIT One layer of display ready product, with a pop-up base TIUD = DS or CA isTradeItemADisplayUnit = True Display Type Code – FND (Floor Non-Assembled Display Ready packaging Has Display Ready Packaging – False
© 2013 GS1 MOBILE DISPLAY SHIPPER Display shipper on four-wheeled tray base; holds over 100# of product TIUD = DS or CA isTradeItemADisplayUnit = True Display Type Code – FND (Floor Non-Assembled Display Ready packaging Has Display Ready Packaging – False
© 2013 GS1 TWO WHEEL DISPLAY SHIPPER Smaller mobile display shipper with two-wheels attached for dolly- like mobility TIUD = DS or CA isTradeItemADisplayUnit = True Display Type Code – FND (Floor Non-Assembled Display Ready packaging Has Display Ready Packaging – False
© 2013 GS1 POWER WING Small, hanging display shipper; typically hangs from permanent retail structure TIUD = DS or CA isTradeItemADisplayUnit = True Display Type Code – FDR (Floor Display Ready packaging) Has Display Ready Packaging – Yes
© 2013 GS1 STACKABLE TRAY Product repacked into a display tray that can allow another stackable DT to stack on top of it TIUD = DS or CA isTradeItemADisplayUnit = True Display Type Code – SDR (Shelf Display Ready Packaging) Has Display Ready Packaging – True
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