EANCOM® 2002 Part III Data Element & Code Sets Directory
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7065 Package type description code
  Code specifying the type of package.

Notes:
1. Recommend use UN/ECE Recommendation No. 21 (also, see current volume of UNTDED).
       
    S Old Code  
+ 08 =
Oneway pallet (GS1 Code)
Pallet need not be returned to the point of expedition.
     
+ 09 =
Returnable pallet (GS1 Code)
Pallet must be returned to the point of expedition.
     
  200 =
Pallet ISO 0 - 1/2 EURO Pallet (GS1 Code)
Standard pallet with dimensions 80 X 60 cm.
     
  201 =
Pallet ISO 1 - 1/1 EURO Pallet (GS1 Code)
Standard pallet with dimensions 80 X 120 cm.
     
  202 =
Pallet ISO 2 (GS1 Code)
Standard pallet with dimensions 100 X 120 cm.
     
  203 =
1/4 EURO Pallet (GS1 Code)
Standard pallet with dimensions 60 X 40 cm.
     
  204 =
1/8 EURO Pallet (GS1 Code)
Standard pallet with dimensions 40 X 30 cm.
     
+ 205 =
Synthetic pallet ISO 1 (GS1 Code)
A standard pallet with standard dimensions 80*120cm made of a synthetic material for hygienic reasons.
     
+ 206 =
Synthetic pallet ISO 2 (GS1 Code)
A standard pallet with standard dimensions 100*120cm made of a synthetic material for hygienic reasons.
     
  210 =
Wholesaler pallet (GS1 Code)
Pallet provided by the wholesaler.
     
  211 =
Pallet 80 X 100 cm (GS1 Code)
Pallet with dimensions 80 X 100 cm.
     
  212 =
Pallet 60 X 100 cm (GS1 Code)
Pallet with dimensions 60 X 100 cm.
     
@ 5L =
Bag, textile
GS1 Description:
A bag made of textile.
  USE  
@ 5M =
Bag, paper
GS1 Description:
A bag made of paper.
  URE  
  AE =
Aerosol
A spray can dispensing paint, furniture polish, etc, under pressure.
     
  APE =
Aluminium packed (GS1 Code)
Packaging using thin sheets of aluminium.
     
  AT =
Atomizer
A device to shoot out a fine spray, e.g. medicine, perfume, etc.
     
  BA =
Barrel
A wooden or plastic container with slightly bulging sides and flat ends.
     
  BC =
Bottlecrate, bottlerack
A container for the storage or movement of bottles.
     
  BE =
Bundle
A number of items grouped loosely together in a package by means of tying.
     
  BG =
Bag
A non-rigid container made of fabric, paper, plastic, etc, with an opening at the top which can be closed.
     
  BGE =
Large bag, pallet sized (GS1 Code)
A non-rigid container made of fabric, paper, plastic, etc, with an opening at the top which can be closed and which is suitable for use on pallets.
     
  BJ =
Bucket
A container with a handle, used for carrying water, mayonnaise, etc.
     
  BL =
Bale, compressed
A large bundle, as of cotton, hay, straw, etc, which is compressed and bound.
     
@ BM =
Basin
GS1 Description:
A deep open container.
  BAS  
  BME =
Blister pack (GS1 Code)
A transparent strip package of pressable plastic which allows the product to be displayed while remaining protected.
     
  BN =
Bale, non-compressed
A large bundle, as of cotton, hay, straw, etc, which is not compressed or bound.
     
  BO =
Bottle, non-protected, cylindrical
A non-protected cylindrical container with a narrow neck made usually of glass or plastic which is especially used for liquids.
     
  BR =
Bar
An oblong package, usually used for soap.
     
+ BRI =
Brick (GS1 Code)
A box made of a cardboard, plastic or metal, used for liquids.
     
  BS =
Bottle, non-protected, bulbous
A non-protected cylindrical container with a bulbous base and a narrow neck made usually of glass or plastic which is especially used for liquids.
     
  BU =
Butt
A large barrel or cask which is usually used to store or move liquids.
     
  BX =
Box
A lidded package which can be made of cardboard, wood, plastic, tin, etc.
     
  CA =
Can, rectangular
A rectangular container which is usually made of metal and has a separate cover.
     
  CBL =
Container bottle like (GS1 Code)
A non-protected, non-cylindrical, container with a narrow neck made usually of glass or plastic which is especially used for liquids, e.g. perfume bottle.
     
  CCE =
Cardboard carrier (GS1 Code)
A package made of cardboard.
     
@ CD =
Can, with handle and spout
GS1 Description:
A can with a handle and spout which allows the lifting and pouring of liquids contained within the can.
  CWH  
+ CG =
Cage
A cage without wheels.
     
+ CMS =
Clamshell (GS1 Code)
A package with a base and top that are hinged together. E.g. video cassette case.
     
@ CN =
Container, not otherwise specified as transport equipment
GS1 Description:
A receptacle in which something is kept and/or transported.
  X13  
  CR =
Crate
A packaging case which is usually made of wooden slats.
     
  CS =
Case
A package such as a box.
     
  CT =
Carton
A cardboard box or container.
     
  CU =
Cup
A small bowl shaped container for beverages, often with a handle.
     
@ CW =
Cage, roll
GS1 Description:
A three sided cage mounted on wheels.
  RCA  
  CX =
Can, cylindrical
A cylindrical container which is usually made of metal and has a separate cover.
     
+ CY =
Cylinder
A cylindrical container, which is usually made of cardboard and may have a separate cover.
     
+ D99 =
Sleeve (GS1 Code)
A non-rigid container made of paper, cardboard or plastic that is open-ended and is slid over the contents for protection or presentation.
     
@ DA =
Crate, multiple layer, plastic
GS1 Description:
Plastic crate which contains multiple layers.
  UDE  
@ DB =
Crate, multiple layer, wooden
GS1 Description:
Wooden crate which contains multiple layers.
  UFE  
@ DC =
Crate, multiple layer, cardboard
  UGE  
@ DG =
Cage, Commonwealth Handling Equipment Pool (CHEP)
  CHC  
@ DH =
Box, Commonwealth Handling Equipment Pool (CHEP), Eurobox
  CHB  
+ DJ =
Demijohn, non-protected
A large bulbous container made of glass with a narrow neck, which is especially used with liquids (oil, wine).
     
@ DK =
Crate, bulk, cardboard
  UJE  
@ DL =
Crate, bulk, plastic
  UHE  
@ DM =
Crate, bulk, wooden
  UIE  
@ DN =
Dispenser
  X8  
+ DP =
Demijohn, protected
A large bulbous protected container made of glass with a narrow neck, which is especially used with liquids (oil, wine).
     
  DPE =
Display package (GS1 Code)
A package used for the display of goods, usually during a promotion.
     
  DR =
Drum
A cylindrical container usually used for the storage and movement of oil.
     
@ DS =
Tray, one layer no cover, plastic
  UKE  
@ DT =
Tray, one layer no cover, wooden
  ULE  
@ DU =
Tray, one layer no cover, polystyrene
  UME  
@ DV =
Tray, one layer no cover, cardboard
  UNE  
@ DW =
Tray, two layers no cover, plastic tray
  UOE  
@ DX =
Tray, two layers no cover, wooden
  UPE  
@ DY =
Tray, two layers no cover, cardboard
  UQE  
@ EC =
Bag, plastic
  UTE  
@ ED =
Case, with pallet base
  UVE  
@ EE =
Case, with pallet base, wooden
  UVH  
@ EF =
Case, with pallet base, cardboard
  UVI  
@ EG =
Case, with pallet base, plastic
  UVJ  
@ EH =
Case, with pallet base, metal
  UVK  
@ EI =
Case, isothermic
  ICA  
+ EN =
Envelope
A non-rigid container, made of paper or plastic, that can be opened with a tear or a cut.
     
++ FOB =
Folding box (GS1 Code)
Folded cardboard box e.g for products like frozen vegetables, paper clips
     
  FP =
Filmpack
Packaging using a clear thin plastic.
     
  FPE =
Foil packed (GS1 Code)
Packaging using a metallic foil.
     
@ FT =
Foodtainer
  X4  
++ GB =
Bottle, gas
     
@ HA =
Basket, with handle, plastic
  UAE  
@ HB =
Basket, with handle, wooden
  UBE  
@ HC =
Basket, with handle, cardboard
  UCE  
  HR =
Hamper
A large basket usually with a cover which is used to store different types of foodstuffs.
     
@ IA =
Package, display, wooden
  UHLUVL  
@ IB =
Package, display, cardboard
  UVM  
@ IC =
Package, display, plastic
  UVN  
@ ID =
Package, display, metal
  UVO  
@ IE =
Package, show
  X6  
@ IF =
Package, flow
  X7  
  JC =
Jerrican, rectangular
A rigid rectangular container with a lid which is usually used for the storage and movement of oil, gasoline, etc.
     
  JG =
Jug
A container used for storing and pouring the goods.
     
  JR =
Jar
GS1 Description:
A container made of glass, stone, earthenware or plastic with a large opening, which is used to store products, e.g. jams, cosmetics.
     
  JT =
Jutebag
A bag made of strong fibres.
     
  JY =
Jerrican, cylindrical
A rigid cylindrical container with a lid which is usually used for the storage and movement of oil, gasoline, etc.
     
+ LAB =
Labeled package (GS1 Code)
The package is labeled. Usually the label identifies the name, brand or description of the product within the package.
     
  LG =
Log
     
  MPE =
Multipack (GS1 Code)
A container for the merchandising of multiple units of the same product.
     
  NE =
Unpacked or unpackaged
A product merchandised or sold without packaging.
     
@ NU =
Net, tube, plastic
  UVG  
@ NV =
Net, tube, textile
  UVF  
+++ OA =
Pallet, CHEP 40 cm X 60 cm
CHEP standard pallet of dimension 40 centimeters X 60 centimeters.
     
+++ OB =
Pallet, CHEP 80 cm X 120 cm
CHEP standard pallet of dimension 80 centimeters X 120 centimeters
     
+++ OC =
Pallet, CHEP 100 cm X 120 cm
CHEP standard pallet of dimension 100 centimeters X 120 centimeters
     
+++ OD =
Pallet, AS 4068-1993
Australian standard Pallet of dimensions 115.5 centimeters X 116.5 centimeters
     
+++ OE =
Pallet, ISO T11
ISO standard pallet of dimensions 110 centimeters x110 centimeters, prevalent in Asia – Pacific region.
     
+++ OF =
Platform, unspecified weight or dimension
A pallet equivalent shipping platform of unknown dimensions or unknown weight.
     
  OPE =
Oxygen packed (GS1 Code)
A package with oxygen added for storage purposes.
     
+ PA =
Packet
Package type used for the smallest trade unit, e.g., a packet of 20 cigarettes, a packet of potato chips.
     
+ PAE =
Paper (GS1 Code)
An indication that the item(s) is packed in paper.
     
@ PB =
Pallet, box
  X2  
  PC =
Parcel
A small wrapped package.
     
@ PD =
Pallet, modular, collars 80cms * 100cms
  PMA  
@ PE =
Pallet, modular, collars 80cms * 120cms
  PMB  
  PG =
Plate
A smooth flat thin piece of metal, e.g. steel plate.
     
  PK =
Package
A wrapped or boxed item.
     
+ PL =
Pail
GS1 Description:
An open-topped container usually made of metal or plastic, generally used to carry liquids.
     
  PLP =
Peel pack (GS1 Code)
A package used for sterile products which may be torn open without touching the product inside.
     
+ PO =
Pouch
A small bag or sack.
     
++ POP =
Cone shaped paper wrapper (GS1 Code)
Cone shaped paper wrapping e.g. for an individually packed ice cream cone.
     
  PPE =
Polypropylene bag (GS1 Code)
A bag made from polypropylene.
     
  PU =
Tray
A board with a ring for carrying small articles.
     
+ PUE =
Tray packed in plastic (GS1 Code)
A board with a ring packed in plastic carrying for small articles.
     
+ PUN =
Punnet (GS1 Code)
A small shallow basket usually made of plastic.
     
@ PX =
Pallet
  X1  
++ RB1 =
A wheeled pallet with raised rim (GS1 Code). 81 x 67 x 135 cm (length x width x height).
A wheeled pallet with raised rim for the storing and transporting of loads.Dimensions: 81 x 67 x 135 cm (length x width x height).
     
++ RB2 =
A Wheeled pallet with raised rim (GS1 Code). 81 x 72 x 135 cm (length x width x height).
A wheeled pallet with raised rim for the storing and transporting of loads.Dimensions: 81 x 72 x 135 cm (length x width x height).
     
++ RB3 =
Wheeled pallet with raised rim. 81 x 60 x 16 cm (length x width x height). (GS1 Code)
A wheeled pallet with raised rim for the storing and transporting of loads. Dimensions: 81 x 60 x 16 cm (length x width x height).
     
++ RCB =
Two sided cage on wheels with fixing strap (GS1 Code) 900 x 770 x 1513 cm (length x width x height)
A two sided cage mounted on wheels with fixing strap.Dimensions: 900 x 770 x 1513 cm (length x width x height).
     
  RG =
Ring
A hollow circular band of material wound around itself.
     
@ RJ =
Rack, clothing hanger
  HAN  
  RL =
Reel
A spool on which thread, wire, film, etc, is wound.
     
  RO =
Roll
A package of goods wound into a ball or cylinder.
     
  SA =
Sack
A large bag of coarse cloth for storing or moving grain, foodstuffs, etc.
     
++ SEC =
Article Surveillance (GS1 Code)
Equipped with article surveillance.
     
  SH =
Sachet
A small sealed envelope.
     
  SL =
Slipsheet
A firm sheet of plastic, cardboard or other material which may be hooked or attached to a forklift or other transportation equipment. The slipsheet is used to pull products stacked on top of it.
     
+ SO =
Spool (GS1 Code)
Any cylindrical piece on which something is wound.
     
  STL =
Stick (GS1 Code)
A container for dispensing solid substances, e.g. glue, deodorant.
     
  SW =
Shrinkwrapped
A transport unit load whose contents are secured together through the use of transparent or semi-transparent filmwrap.
     
@ SX =
Set
  STE  
  TAE =
Tablet (GS1 Code)
A small rectangular package of aluminium foil or paper, e.g. a tablet of chocolate.
     
  TB =
Tub
A round, open, flat bottomed wooden container.
     
+ TEV =
Tamper evident package (GS1 Code)
A type of package giving easy or immediate recognition that the package has been tampered with after it has been sealed.
     
  THE =
Three pack (GS1 Code)
A package containing three products.
     
  TRE =
Trolley (GS1 Code)
A low cart for the transportation and storage of groceries, milk, etc.
     
  TTE =
Tube, standing (GS1 Code)
A screw-topped pliable cylinder capable of standing and suitable for holding pastes or semi-liquids, e.g. a tube of toothpaste.
     
  TU =
Tube
A screw-topped pliable cylinder suitable for holding pastes or semi-liquids, e.g. a tube of toothpaste.
     
@ TV =
Tube, with nozzle
  X5  
  TWE =
Two pack (GS1 Code)
A package containing two products.
     
  TY =
Tank, cylindrical
A cylindrical container suitable for the storage or transportation of liquids or gases.
     
+ UUE =
Tube net (GS1 Code)
A plastic or textile tube suitable for carrying loose products, e.g. fruit.
     
+ UVQ =
Wrapped in plastic sheet (GS1 Code)
An indication that the items have been wrapped in plastic sheet.
     
+ VI =
Vial
Small (usually glass) container. E.g. for a liquid medicine or perfume.
     
  VP =
Vacuumpacked
A package from which all air has been removed in order to keep the contents fresh.
     
++ WRP =
Wrapper (GS1 Code)
Wrapping e.g. for an individually packed ice cream.
     
+ X10 =
Tub with lid (GS1 Code)
A small, usually plastic, container with a lid for food, e.g. ice cream.
     
+ X11 =
Banded package (GS1 Code)
A package with bands, usually metal or nylon, round it to hold the products together.
     
+ X12 =
Cardboard package with grip holes for bottles (GS1 Code)
Cardboard package with a number of holes. Each hole is to be gripped tightly around the neck of a bottle.
     
+ X14 =
Card (GS1 Code)
A flat package usually made of fibreboard from/to which the product is often hung or attached.
     
+ X3 =
Standard stack of stones (GS1 Code)
Standard stack of stones.
  HU  
+ X9 =
Pallet 100 X 110 cm (GS1 Code)
Pallet with dimensions 100 X 110 cm.
     
 
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