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 GS1 Australia

GS1 Australia

The majority of the world's producers, manufacturers and retailers - including those located in Australia - now accepts the GS1 System as the most effective international language of trade.

GS1 Australia is a not-for-profit organisation that locally administers the global multi-industry system of identification and communication for products, services, assets and locations - the GS1 System.



GS1 BarCodes

The BarCodes and GS1 Identification System have provided benefits to consumers around the world for over thirty years. GS1 is the key body in establishing industry accepted standards for product barcoding globally.

GS1 eCom

GS1 eCom provides global standards for electronic business messaging that allow rapid, efficient and accurate automatic electronic transmission of agreed business data between trading partners.


GS1 GDSN™ (Global Data Synchronisation Network) is an automated, standards-based global environment that enables secure and continuous data synchronisation, allowing all partners to have consistent item data in their systems at the same time.

GS1 EPC Global

EPCglobal is leading the development of industry-driven standards for the Electronic Product Code™ (EPC)  to support the use of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID)  in today's fast-moving, information rich, trading networks.


 Logistics Association of Australia

Logisitics Association of Australia

The Logistics Association of Australia (LAA) is Australia's leading Association focused on logistics & supply chain management in the e-world of the 21st century. 

As a truly professional Association, the mission of the LAA is to provide a voice for every logistics professional, practitioner and student throughout Australia.  Its vision is to serve the logistics and supply chain profession by facilitating the exchange of knowledge and experience.

Representing the logistics profession both in Australia and internationally, the LAA acts as the conduit between logistics professionals and industry, government, education bodies and other relevant forums.


 Australian Aftermarket Automobile Association

Australian Automotive Aftermarket Association

The Industry association in Australia that solely represents the interests of the Australian automotive parts, accessories, tools & equipment industry

Members of the AAAA can be manufacturers, re-manufacturers, wholesalers, distributors, importers, resellers and retailers of automotive parts, accessories, tools and equipment as well as companies and consultants who service the automotive aftermarket industry.

The AAAA plays an important role in the recognition, development and support of the automotive aftermarket industry.