Barcode Registration

Barcode Registration

Barcodes are images comprising lines and numbers read by machines to identify and track products. They play a crucial role in supply chains, aiding retailers, manufacturers, and carriers in easily recognizing and tracing products as they move through the distribution network.

Documents Required For Barcode Registration

  • PAN card or proprietor's PAN card for a proprietorship firm
  • Audited financial statement copy
  • Company letterhead stating barcode assignment
  • Proof of Candidate Organization's Status
  • For Proprietorship Firms: GST/TIN registration certificate or partnership deed
  • For Private/Public Ltd. Companies: GST/TIN registration certificate and Registrar of Companies (ROC) certificate or Memorandum of Association (MOA)
  • For other entities (e.g., Registered Society, HUF, etc.): GST/TIN registration certificate or Registrar of Society (ROS) certificate
  • Copy of a cancelled check of the company.

Benefits of Barcode registration

  • Registering barcodes boosts visibility on Google's web search platform by fixing the barcode number on product packaging. Upon registration, scanning barcodes retrieves product information from a global database to enhance online presence.
  • Barcodes assist companies in selling their products through modern retail methods (in-store and online).
  • They facilitate clear and comprehensive product identification.
  • Companies can easily sell to major retailers and online shopping platforms.
  • Post-registration, companies can automatically comply with the product data requirements of Consumer Affairs Department.
  • Enhances online visibility


The details associated with a barcode number are provided by our clients. Typically, this includes company or product names and contact information such as phone numbers, email addresses, and physical addresses.

A barcode is a way to represent information visually for machines to read. It consists of black and white bars that represent specific characters, following a predefined pattern based on the barcode type. By altering the arrangement of these bars, you create different text. A barcode scanner interprets these patterns into text that your computer can understand.

Depending on the type, 1D barcodes can hold 20-25 characters, while 2D codes can contain up to 2,000 characters. As the amount of information in the barcode increases, so does its size. Typically, 1D barcodes commonly encode 8-15 characters, as more data makes them larger.

A 1D (linear) code is the familiar barcode design resembling a "picket fence." There are various types, some encoding only numbers while others include letters and symbols. All the information is arranged horizontally, and they are read using a barcode scanner. In contrast, 2D barcodes organize data both vertically and horizontally, allowing them to store more information in less space compared to 1D codes. 2D codes need an imager scanner for proper reading.

Most retail stores currently utilize barcode systems, and more are adopting them. To sell your product in retail or online stores like Amazon and Disc Youngster, it's advisable to obtain a barcode. Having a barcode is often a requirement for selling products through these platforms.

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