BS EN 606:2004 - Bar coding. Transport and handling labels for steel products

BS EN 606:2004

Bar coding. Transport and handling labels for steel products

Status : Current, Under review   Published : December 2004



This document specifies the requirements for labels containing human readable and bar coded information for fixing to steel products for the purpose of despatch, transport, and reception in accordance with the requirements of ISO 15394. Data elements are specified together with their status, location on the label, the appropriate data identifier and choice of bar code symbology.

Standard NumberBS EN 606:2004
TitleBar coding. Transport and handling labels for steel products
StatusCurrent, Under review
Publication Date16 December 2004
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)EN ISO/IEC 15438:2003, ISO/IEC 15415, ISO/DIS 19762, ISO/IEC 15417, EN ISO 216, ISO/IEC 16388, ISO/IEC 15434, EN ISO/IEC 15416, ISO/IEC 16022, ISO/IEC 18004, ANSI MH10.8.2, ISO/IEC 15459-1:1999, ISO/IEC 15438:2001, ISO/IEC 15418:1999, ISO 15394:2000, EN 10079:1992, ISO/IEC 15459-2:1999, ISO 216:1975, EN 1556:1998, ISO/IEC 15416:2000
Informative References(Provided for Information)UN/CEFACT FORUM: EDIFACT Directory 96.A.
ReplacesDD ENV 606:1993
International RelationshipsEN 606:2004
Draft Superseded By99/653204 DC
DescriptorsSymbols, Marking, Transportation, Labels, Materials handling, Graphic symbols, Data codes, Coded representation, Steels, Bar codes, Identification methods, Data representation
Title in FrenchCodes barres. Etiqettes pour transport et manutention de produits siderurgiques
Title in GermanStrichcodierung. Etiketten fuer Transport und Handhabung von Stahlprodukten
ISBN0 580 45024 4
File Size976 KB

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