Traceability Case Studies

See top success stories from around the world and learn how businesses are using GS1 standards for traceability.


Lenze drives efficiency

Lenze, a leading specialist in mechanical engineering based in Germany, needed to gain visibility of outbound shipments that were travelling from its logistics centres to customers worldwide.

OneSteel and Pandrol Australia, key players in Australia’s Heavy Industry, took a step towards revolutionising the industry.

Schaeffler Group bar code

To meet growing customer demands, the Schaeffler Group needed a solution that would uniquely identify each of its individual bearings to ensure authenticity  and efficiently provide maintenance services for installed bearings around the world

HFG reliable rail systems

According to global regulations, it is especially critical that each individual bearing be tracked and traced throughout its entire lifecycle and across all stakeholders.

Identification of products is key when it comes to international shipments.

Legumex S.A., a producer and exporter of fruits and vegetables from Guatemala, had a request from US customers to have their products properly identified.

Toll Group, an Australian transportation and logistics company, participated in a supply chain visibility project conducted by the Australian Logistics Council Supply Chain Standards Working Group and GS1 Australia.

Alimentaria San Francisco, a bakery business from Argentina, realised that making high quality products is not enough in today’s world.  They observed how retailers care about consumers and noted how consumers are concerned about the food the

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