1 North American North American (Canada, Mexico and United States) TRW PROCEDURE WA.D REVISIONS Date Release No. Description Revision Engineer Sep 2003 Initial Release A00 M. Rausch Jun 2004 ERD94762 See ERD, general description A01 M. Rausch Aug 2004 ERD95947 General revision. Minor changes A02 M. Rausch PREPARED BY: DISTRIBUTION: See ERD CUSTOMER APPROVAL: REQUESTED BY:
2 PROPRIETY NOTICE: This copyrighted document is the property of TRW and is disclosed in confidence. It may not be copied, disclosed to others, or used for manufacturing, without the prior written consent of TRW. DATE: June 2004 Page: 2 of 27 TRW North American (Canada, Mexico and United States) TRW Livonia, MI
3 PROPRIETY NOTICE: This copyrighted document is the property of TRW and is disclosed in confidence. It may not be copied, disclosed to others, or used for manufacturing, without the prior written consent of TRW. DATE: June 2004 Page: 3 of INTRODUCTION AND APPLICABLE SPECIFICATIONS 6 2. PURPOSE 7 3. TYPES OF LABELS AND REQUIRED DATA FIELDS Label Types Single Pack Carton Label (Ref Exhibit A) Master Load Pallet Label (Ref Exhibit B) Mixed Load Pallet Label (Ref Exhibit C) Internal Container Label (Sub pack Label) (Ref Exhibit E) Primary Metal Suppliers Label application and usage table Bar Code Label Required Data Fields 9 4. GENERAL LABEL INFORMATION - FORMAT, SIZE AND MATERIAL Format Building Blocks Sub Block Label Size Material and Print Quality General Comments BAR CODE TEXT AND HUMAN READABLE CHARACTERS Data Titles, Data Identifier Text and Human Readable Interpretation of Code DATA ELEMENT BAR CODE REQUIREMENTS Bar Code Block Format Symbology Narrow Element X Dimension Bar Code Height Bar Code Symbol Placement Quiet Zones Data Identifiers 15
4 PROPRIETY NOTICE: This copyrighted document is the property of TRW and is disclosed in confidence. It may not be copied, disclosed to others, or used for manufacturing, without the prior written consent of TRW. DATE: June 2004 Page: 4 of Use of Data Identifiers Data Identifier Listing...16 The data identifiers listed below SHALL be used on TRW labels when these specific data fields are being used LABEL LOCATION AND PROTECTION Label Location Label Protection Returnable Containers BAR CODED PACKING SLIP OPTIONAL Packing Slip/Delivery Note Number Packing Slip Bar Code Guidelines SUBPACK/INTERNAL CONTAINER LABELING Data Area Characteristics-Internal Container Label (sub-pack) Sub pack Bar Code Symbology Bar Code and Human Readable Requirements 21
5 PROPRIETY NOTICE: This copyrighted document is the property of TRW and is disclosed in confidence. It may not be copied, disclosed to others, or used for manufacturing, without the prior written consent of TRW. DATE: June 2004 Page: 5 of 27 Figure 1 - Label Application and Usage...9 Figure 2 -Description of Data Elements and Required Data Fields...10 Figure 3 - Building Block Format - Carton Label...11 Figure 4 - Text Size and Dimensions...13 Figure 5 - Bar Code Building Block...14 Figure 6 - Quiet Zones...15 Figure 7 - Data Identifier Listing...16 Figure 8 - Bar Coded Packing Slip...19 Figure 9 Electronic Components packaged on reel with multiple reels packaged in one container...20 Figure 10 - Internal Container Label...21 Exhibit A Single Carton Label Page 22 Exhibit B Master Load Label Page 23 Exhibit C Mixed Load Label Page 24 Exhibit D Internal Container Label Page 25 Exhibit E Primary Metals (steel) Page 26 Exhibit F Label Placement Page 27
6 PROPRIETY NOTICE: This copyrighted document is the property of TRW and is disclosed in confidence. It may not be copied, disclosed to others, or used for manufacturing, without the prior written consent of TRW. DATE: June 2004 Page: 6 of Introduction and Applicable Specifications The information described in this document contains specifications for bar code labels used on material to be received at TRW facilities from suppliers and inter-company sources. This document was developed in conjunction with, and is an extraction of the following standards, developed by the Industry Action Group (AIAG) and the American National Standards Institute (ANSI). Applicable Specifications: Shipping/Parts Identification Label Standard, AIAG B-3 Version 3.00 Released 7/93 Trading Partner Labels, AIAG B-10 Version 2.00 Released 2/00 Parts Identification and Tracking Standard, AIAG B-4 Version 2.00 Released 2/98 Data Application Identifier Standard ANSI MH Bar Code Print Guideline ANSI X3.182 For further information and publications on AIAG standards contact: Industry Action Group, Lahser Road, Suite 200, Southfield, Michigan 48034, Phone (248)
7 PROPRIETY NOTICE: This copyrighted document is the property of TRW and is disclosed in confidence. It may not be copied, disclosed to others, or used for manufacturing, without the prior written consent of TRW. DATE: June 2004 Page: 7 of Purpose This labeling specification provides guidelines for the printing and placement of Shipping/Parts Identification Labels. These labels are designed to improve TRW and trading partner productivity by allowing effective and efficient capture of data for production counts, warehouse input/output, cycle counting, shipper generation, forwarding, freight transfer control, receiving, Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) with Advance Shipment Notice (ASN) and other inventory controls. Adherence to these specifications for labels will reduce labor costs, improve data accuracy, and increase overall systems value. The TRW buyer SHALL be responsible to notify and enforce these requirements on the suppliers. Deviations from this standard may be used subject to approval by the Materials Manager at the receiving facility AND the TRW buyer. Deviations must be formally submitted to the TRW buyer or receiving facility Materials Manager and approved in writing. This labeling specification applies to all products being shipped to ANY TRW location in North America, regardless of the supplier s location. Failure to comply with any of these requirements could result in the lowering of the Supplier Quality Rating and/or generate charge backs to supplier for additional handling fees that result from non-conformance to this specification. All parts shipped after October 4th, 2004 must be shipped in accordance with this standard. Any questions or concerns regarding this specification should be directed to your TRW purchasing representative. In this document the word SHALL indicates a requirement and the word SHOULD indicates a recommendation.
8 PROPRIETY NOTICE: This copyrighted document is the property of TRW and is disclosed in confidence. It may not be copied, disclosed to others, or used for manufacturing, without the prior written consent of TRW. DATE: June 2004 Page: 8 of TYPES OF LABELS AND REQUIRED DATA FIELDS 3.1 Label Types Four types of labels are defined and required by TRW, depending on how material is packaged for shipment as described below. (Exhibits are for reference only; the Supplier SHOULD utilize these formats. Actual labels may be different depending up printing capability of the Supplier and Data being supplied.) 3.2 Single Pack Carton Label (Ref Exhibit A) SHALL be used to identify a single pack or carton containing the same part number. It is the most commonly used shipping/parts identification label. 3.3 Master Load Pallet Label (Ref Exhibit B) The Master Label SHALL be used for containers, pallets, skids, etc. holding more than one single pack of the same part number. The Master Label is used to summarize the total quantity of a single part number or lot number on a shipping pallet. More than one Master Label may be required. If more than one part number or lot number is included on a given pallet, a Master Label for each lot number and part number, on the pallet, SHALL be used. 3.4 Mixed Load Pallet Label (Ref Exhibit C) SHALL be used for containers, pallets, skids, etc., holding more than one single pack of different part numbers. 3.5 Internal Container Label (Sub pack Label) (Ref Exhibit E) SHALL be used for internal containers when multiple containers or sub packs of the same part number are shipped inside a single pack carton container. This label is used in addition to labels for single or multiple containers. 3.6 Primary Metal Suppliers Primary Metals suppliers are exempt from this specification but shall comply with industry standard AIAG B10 Feb Follow the primary metals example as shown in Exhibit E of this document. Also Suppliers should incorporate a To and From address into their label and should utilize code 128 with an x dimension of Label application and usage table The following table (Figure 1) will help you determine which type(s) of label(s) to use depending upon how the material is packaged and shipped.
9 PROPRIETY NOTICE: This copyrighted document is the property of TRW and is disclosed in confidence. It may not be copied, disclosed to others, or used for manufacturing, without the prior written consent of TRW. DATE: June 2004 Page: 9 of 27 Figure 1 - Label Application and Usage Packaging Method Single Container Same Part Number Single Container, Multiple Lot / PO Multiple Containers same Part Number /single pallet. Multiple Containers different Part Number /single pallet Internal pack (sub-pack) Single pack carton Label X X X X X Master Load pallet Label X X (For each LOT or PO) X X (For Each Part Number) Mixed Load pallet Label Internal Container Label 3.8 Bar Code Label Required Data Fields Depending upon the bar code label type required the following table (Figure 2) defines the minimum required Bar Code and Human readable data fields for each label application. X X
10 Figure 2 -Description of Data Elements and Required Data Fields 10 of 27
11 DATE: June 2004 Page: 11 of GENERAL LABEL INFORMATION - Format, Size and Material 4.1 Format Label format is an open architecture structure utilizing modular building block(s) as described in the AIAG B-10 specification. Each data area SHALL have the Data Title and utilize Data Identifiers as shown in the label exhibits. Recommended label formats and placement are described in exhibits A to E. Refer to AIAG B-10 specification; Version 2.00 released 2/00 for additional label formatting and data specifications not described in this specification. All labeling must conform to the aforementioned AIAG and ANSI specifications identified previously in this specification. 4.2 Building Blocks Building blocks (Figure 3) are a horizontal basic unit structure used to simplify label formatting. The building block format is based on a / (17mm +/- 1mm) height horizontal block, which may contain text, graphics or single bar code field containing human readable interpretation. Building blocks SHOULD be stacked vertically. A horizontal line extending the entire length of the label SHALL separate vertically stacked building blocks. 4.3 Sub Block A Sub Block is a method of dividing a Building Block into segments to allow additional data fields to be utilized within a horizontal Building Block. Sub Blocks are equivalent to the full Building Block height and SHALL be divided by vertical lines. The label SHALL NOT contain more than four (4) Sub Blocks within a Building Block. Sub Blocks can be any width. The Width SHALL be determined by the data being illustrated within the Sub Block. Figure 3 - Building Block Format - Carton Label Part Number Block /-.04 (25mm +/- 1 mm) Part Description Block.33 +/-.04 (8mm +/- 1mm) Building Block Sub Block Vertical Dividers Building Block Horizontal Separator Lines Basic Building Block /-.04 (17mm +/- 1 mm) NOT TO SCALE Building block height shall be 0.67-inch +/ inch (17mm +/- 1mm), unless otherwise noted, and SHALL be separated by a horizontal line. A vertical line SHALL divide building block or Sub-block segments
12 DATE: June 2004 Page: 12 of Label Size The size of the label is determined by the amount of data required and is the responsibility of the Supplier to choose the proper label size to accommodate the information relative to the data requirements in this specification. The number of building blocks required to illustrate the information on the label SHALL determine the label height. The Supplier SHALL determine the label width. Minimum label size shall be 4 X 6 (100mm X150mm) and A6 for European suppliers. 4.5 Material and Print Quality The label paper SHALL be white in color with black printing. The printing media SHALL be of proper carbon content to insure passing ANSI X3.182 Bar Code Print Quality guideline. The minimum symbol grade SHALL be: Minimum print quality grade = 1.5 (C) Measure aperture = 0.10 (0.254mm) Inspection wavelength =660 nanometers +/- 10 nanometers Adhesive types can be pressure sensitive or dry gummed as long as adherence to the package substrate is assured and application is wrinkle-free. 4.6 General Comments Label font should clearly distinguish between the number zero and the letter O or D. When printing a zero on the label incorporate a slash / thru the zero. i.e. Ø North America includes the countries of Canada, Mexico and the United States.
13 DATE: June 2004 Page: 13 of BAR CODE TEXT and HUMAN READABLE CHARACTERS 5.1 Data Titles, Data Identifier Text and Human Readable Interpretation of Code 128 All Human Readable text must comply with the latest AIAG B-10 specification. The Characters SHALL be clearly legible. A Sans Serif font such as Arial is recommended. All human readable data SHALL be printed in upper case characters. Human readable interpretation of the Bar Code symbol SHALL NOT include start/stop characters or human readable Data Identifier(s). The following table (Figure 4) lists the recommended character text sizes for all labels except the Internal Container Label (sub-pack). Refer to section 9 Sub Pack/Internal Container Labeling for Sub Pack/Internal Container specifications. Figure 4 - Text Size and Dimensions Data Element Text Size Notations Data Titles 6 Point Two lines maximum, Left Justified Human Readable Data 6 Point In parenthesis, included in Data Identifiers Title, or Left Justified directly above Bar Code Human Readable interpretation Part Number Human Readable interpretation Ship to: Ship From Manufacturing Date Code Part Description Supplier Certification Status The Words Master Label The Words Mixed Load Revision Level Packing Slip 20 Point unless otherwise noted 36 Point 12 Point 12 Point 20 Point 20 Point 36 Point 36 Point 108 Point 20 point 20 point the Bar Code Positioned directly above the Bar Code
14 DATE: June 2004 Page: 14 of BAR CODE REQUIREMENTS 6.1 Bar Code Block Format Figure 5 outlines Bar Code Block layout. Except as noted under Sub Pack/ Internal Container Labeling, Bar Code Building block height is / (17mm +/-1mm) A sub block SHALL NOT contain more than one bar code symbol. Figure 5 illustrates use of a building block, Bar Code height, Title Block, Human Readable text alignment, Code 128 Bar Code and X Dimension. Figure 5 - Bar Code Building Block Title Block Left Justified Bar Code Height.035 Min (9.0mm) PART # CUST (P) 1.0 to to 37 5mm 12X45A7895 Code 128 Bar Code X Dimension.013 to.017 inches (.33 mm to 0.43mm) NOT TO SCALE 6.2 Symbology Unless otherwise specified (in the Sub-Pack specification) all Bar Codes SHALL be AIM Uniform Code 128 symbology. A leading space character SHALL NOT be used. The four characters %, /, $, + SHALL NOT be used. 6.3 Narrow Element X Dimension ALL Bar Codes SHALL use a narrow element X dimension of inch to inch (.33mm to 0.43mm). Recommended X Dimension is (.38 MM). (Except Sub/Pack Internal Container Label refer to exhibit D). 6.4 Bar Code Height Each Bar Code symbol SHALL be a minimum height of.35 inch (13 mm) except as defined under Sub pack/internal Container Labeling when using code 128 Symbology.
15 DATE: June 2004 Page: 15 of Bar Code Symbol Placement SHALL be as illustrated in the exhibits relative to the type of label being used. Using additional bar code symbols on shipping packages is not encouraged but may be appropriate in certain circumstances. Any additional code 128 symbols placed on the label or elsewhere on the container SHALL use data identifiers as defined in the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) Data Identifier Standard ANSI MH Quiet Zones The Bar Code symbol SHALL have leading and trailing quiet zones with minimum widths of.25 (6.3mm) (figure 6). Figure 6 - Quiet Zones PART # CUST (P) 12X45A789 Quiet Zones 0.25 min (6..35mm) NOT TO SCALE 6.7 Data Identifiers Use of Data Identifiers A data identifier (sometimes referred to as a DI, or a prefix) is one or more characters that define a general category type or specific use of bar coded data. Data Identifiers are used as described in the ANSI MH specification. All Code128 symbols SHALL contain Data Identifiers and SHALL conform to the ANSI MH Data Identifier standard. Data Identifiers are not considered part of the data they precede. The data identifier(s) (figure 7) SHALL immediately follow the start character in the bar code symbol and will identify the type of information used in that symbol. Care must be taken that the bar code data has the proper data identifier.
16 DATE: June 2004 Page: 16 of 27 TRW requires data identifier use as specified in ANSI MH and ISO standards Data Identifier Listing The data identifiers listed below SHALL be used on TRW labels when these specific data fields are being used. Figure 7 - Data Identifier Listing Data Identifier Data Area P Part Number Q Quantity V Supplier Number Assigned by TRW S Serial Number Single Pack Label 4S Serial Number Master Label K Purchase Order Number 11K Packing Slip 1T Supplier Lot Number 1P Supplier Part Number For use with Internal Carton or Sub Packs 2P Revision Level 2D Date 1Q Theoretical Weight 2Q Actual Weight Note: That the serial number data identifiers for the Single Pack and Master Pack labels are different from one another.
17 DATE: June 2004 Page: 17 of LABEL LOCATION AND PROTECTION 7.1 Label Location Refer to the TRW Purchase Order or Material Release for any special application instructions of labels. Two labels SHALL be used for each Single Pack carton, Master or Mixed load container. The labels SHALL be on adjacent corners of the container. It is the Supplier s responsibility to adequately design packaging that provides sufficient container surface to insure label adherence and complete readability. Master Carton and Mixed load labels The label shall be placed on the upper half of the unit load. The bottom of the label(s) should not exceed 60 (152 cm) from the bottom of the unit load. The label should be placed at opposite ends of the carton label. See exhibit F. Returnable Containers In cases where returnable containers are used and the container has label holders on opposite sides the labels may be placed in these holders. Labels SHOULD be located no closer than 1.25 inches (32 mm) from the edge of the container and 1.25 inches (32 mm) from the top of the container. See exhibit E. 7.2 Label Protection Label protection SHALL be the responsibility of the Supplier to insure readability upon receipt at TRW. Label protection against moisture, weathering, abrasion, etc., is encouraged wherever practical. Laminates, window envelopes, and clear plastic pouches are examples of possible protection methods. In choosing any protection method, care SHALL be taken to assure the protected labels meet reflectivity and contrast requirements and can be scanned with contact and non-contact devices. 7.3 Returnable Containers Returnable containers are reusable containers such as tubs or racks that are mutually designated by TRW and the supplier to move materials back and forth between the two trading partners. All shipping/parts identification labels on returnable containers SHALL be removed before reuse in order to control movement, maintain cleanliness and assure properly identified contents.
18 DATE: June 2004 Page: 18 of BAR CODED PACKING SLIP Optional Note: A bar coded packing slip may be required by the TRW location being shipped to. Requests will be made directly to suppliers by those TRW facilities wishing to receive a bar coded packing slip. 8.1 Packing Slip/Delivery Note Number Each shipment SHALL have unique supplier shipping reference number called out on the packing slip, manifest or delivery note number. The supplier SHALL assign this number. This number links the material(s) being delivered to receiving reference data for shipment trace ability and account reconciliation purposes. 8.2 Packing Slip Bar Code Guidelines The Supplier SHALL send with each shipment a packing slip, manifest or delivery note that SHALL have the packing slip, manifest or delivery note number bar coded to be used in expediting the delivery receipt process (figure 8). The bar code information under this section SHALL follow the bar coding guidelines as specified previously in the document. The human readable interpretation of the bar code SHALL be a 20 point size.. The minimum height of the bar code symbol SHALL be 0.5 inch (13mm). The human readable data identifier (11K) and Bar Code title block SHALL be present. The maximum length of the packing slip number SHALL NOT exceed (16) alphanumeric characters plus the data identifier. The supplier SHOULD make every effort to add the following information in Bar Code including Data Identifiers and human readable format using the specifications in this document. Purchase Order Number (Option to list the P.O. number on the Bar Code Carton Label or Bar Coded Packing Slip) TRW Part Number Total Packing Slip Quantity
19 DATE: June 2004 Page: 19 of 27 Figure 8 - Bar Coded Packing Slip NOT TO SCALE
20 DATE: June 2004 Page: 20 of SUBPACK/INTERNAL CONTAINER LABELING 9.1 Data Area Characteristics-Internal Container Label (sub-pack) The specifications in this section apply to the Internal Container Labeling. This label application applies when material is packaged in smaller packages (sub packs), within a single pack carton that is intended to be used/consumed within the manufacturing process in the Internal Container (sub pack) in which it is packaged. (Figure 9) Figure 9 Electronic Components packaged on reel with multiple reels packaged in one container.
21 DATE: June 2004 Page: 21 of Sub pack Bar Code Symbology The supplier SHALL use code 128 symbology and follow the specifications outlined previously in this document. UCC/EAN Retail Application sub set SHALL NOT be used. In either case the data identifiers and human readable interpretation of the bar code SHALL follow this specification. 9.3 Bar Code and Human Readable Requirements The supplier SHALL provide the following information in bar code and human readable format (figure 10) including Data Identifiers (figure 7). TRW Part Number Sub-Pack Quantity Supplier Lot Identification Number Revision The Supplier SHOULD provide in human readable format the following data fields. Part description Supplier Code The maximum length of the Supplier Lot Identification Number SHALL NOT exceed (10) alphanumeric characters plus the data identifier. Depending upon the symbology used Sub-Pack bar code and human readable characters SHALL be a minimum height of: Code (3 mm) Figure 10 - Internal Container Label
22 Page: 22 of 27 USupplier Information UTitle BlockU = FROM: UDataU = Name and address of supplier UText HeightU = 12 Point Max Characters = 3 Lines, 28 Characters Part Number Title Block = PART NUMBER (P) Data = Part Number as designated by TRW Data Identifier (DI) = P Text Height = 36 Point Maximum Length = 18 Data + 1 DI Part Description Title Block = DESCRIPTION Data = the official description of this part as defined on the TRW Purchase Order Text Height = 20 Point Max Characters = 1 Line, 20 Characters Quantity of Pieces Exhibit A Single Carton Label All Bar Codes shall be Code 128 Symbology All Bar Codes shall be.35 in height All Bar Codes shall use a narrow element size as defined in AIAG B-10 rev 2. Unless specified otherwise, human readable interpretation of all Bar Codes shall be 20 point font size NOTE: Illustration is NOT actual size Ship to Information Title Block = TO: Data = Shipping address of destination as defined on the TRW Purchase Order Text Height = 12 Point Max Characters = 3 Lines, 28 Characters Date: Title Block = DATE (2D) (MM-DD-YY) Data = A Date indicating either the date of manufacture, packing date, or shipping date in the format MM-DD-YY Data Identifier (DI) = 2D Text Height = 20 Point Max Characters = 8 Characters Purchase Order Number Title Block = PO NUMBER (K) Data = P.O. number as defined by TRW Data Identifier (DI) = K Maximum Length = 10 Data + 1 DI Revision Level Title Block = REVISION (2P) Title Block = QUANTITY (Q) Data = Number of pieces in container Data Identifier (DI) = Q Data = TRW Revision level the material is manufactured to. Data Identifier (DI) = 2P Maximum Length = 3 Data + 2 DI Maximum Length = 6Data+ 1DI Supplier ID Number Title Block = SUPPLIER NUMBER (V) Data = Supplier Code assigned to your location by TRW Data Identifier (DI) = V Maximum Length = 7 Data + 1 DI Carton Serial Number Title Block = SERIAL NUMBER (S) Data = Supplier assigned control number unique for this carton, not to be repeated within 365 days Data Identifier (DI) = S Maximum Length = 10 Data + 1 DI Supplier Certification Indicator Title Block = CERTIFICATION STATUS Data = the letter C for Certified Suppliers. Text Height = 36 Point Maximum Characters = 1 Character Supplier Lot Number Title Block = LOT NUMBER (1T) Data = Supplier assigned Lot number, unique for the material in this container, traceable back to supplier s MFG lot Data Identifier (DI) = 1T Maximum Length = 10 Data + 2 DI Label Purpose/Use: SINGLE CONTAINER LABEL FOR SHIPMENT TO TRW Single Container Label for shipment to TRW holding one or more parts of a single part number. Questions contact Purchasing. 22 Any dimensions that are not otherwise specified on this page SHALL be in compliance with AIAG B-10, Version 2.00, 2/00
23 Page: 23 of 27 Supplier Information Title Block = FROM: Data = Name and Address of supplier Text Height = 12 Point Max Characters = 3 lines, 28 Characters Part Number Title Block = PART NUMBER (P) Data = Part Number as designated by TRW Data Identifier (DI) = P Maximum Length = 18 Data + 1 DI Quantity of Pieces Title Block = QUANTITY (Q) Data = Number of pieces in container Data Identifier (DI) = Q Maximum Length = 6 Data + 1 DI Supplier ID Number Exhibit B Master Load Label All Bar Codes shall be Code 128 Symbology All Bar Codes shall be.35 in height All Bar Codes shall use a narrow element size as defined in AIAG B-10 rev 2. Human Readable interpretation of all Bar Codes shall be 20 point font size UMaster Label Indicator UTitle BlockU = none UDataU = the words MASTER LABEL Text Height = 36 Point Ship-to Information Title Block = TO: Data = Shipping address of destination as defined on the TRW Purchase Order Text Height = 12 Point Max Characters = 3 Lines, 28 Characters Revision Title Block = REVISION (2P) Data = TRW Revision level the material is manufactured to. Data Identifier (DI) = 2P Maximum Length = 3 Data + 2 DI Purchase Order Number Title Block = PO NUMBER (K) Data = P.O. number as defined by TRW Data Identifier (DI) = K Maximum Length = 10 Data + 1 DI Title Block = SUPPLIER NUMBER (V) Data = Supplier Code assigned to your location by TRW Data Identifier (DI) = V Maximum Length = 7 Data + 1 DI Master Pack Serial Number Title Block = PKD ID-MASTER (4S) Data = Supplier assigned control number unique for this Master Pack, not to be repeated within 365 days Supplier Lot Number Title Block = Lot Number (1T) Data = Supplier assigned Lot number, unique for the material in this container, traceable back to supplier s MFG lot Packing Slip Number Title Block = PACKING SLIP (11K) Data = Supplier assigned packing slip number, unique for this shipment. Data Identifier (DI) = 4S Data Identifier (DI) = 1T Data Identifier (DI) = 11K Maximum Length = 10 Data + 2 DI Maximum Length = 10 Data + 2 DI Maximum Length = 10 Data + 3 DI Label Purpose/Use: MASTER LABEL FOR SHIPMENT TO TRW Pallet or Master Load containing more than one single pack of the same part number. The master label is used to summarize the total contents of a single load or palletized shipping unit. Any dimensions that are not otherwise specified on this page SHALL be in compliance withaiag B-10, Version 2.00, 2/00
24 Page: 24 of 27 Exhibit C Mixed Load Label Supplier Information Title Block = SHIP FROM: DATA = Name and Address of Supplier Text Height = 12 Point NOTE: Illustration is NOT actual size Ship-to Information Title Block = SHIP TO: Data = Shipping Address of the destination plant as defined on the TRW Purchase Order Text Height = 12 Point Max Characters = 3 Lines, 28 Characters Max Characters = 3 Lines, 28 Characters Mixed Load label indicator Title Block = None Data = the words MIXED LOAD Text Height = 108 Point Label Purpose/Use: MIXED LOAD LABEL FOR SHIPMENT TO TRW Pallet or Master Load containing more than one single pack of different part numbers. The MIXED LOAD label is used to indicate multiple part numbers on a single pallet or load Any dimensions that are not otherwise specified on this page SHALL be In compliance with AIAG B-10, Version 2.00, 2/00
25 Page: 25 of Part Number Title Block = PART # CUST (P) Data = Part number as designated by TRW Data Identifier (DI) = P Maximum Length = 18 Data + 1 DI Quantity of Pieces Title Block = QUANTITY (Q) Data = Number of pieces in container Data Identifier (DI) = Q Maximum Length = 5 Data + 1 DI Note: Unit of measure is assumed as EACH. Any other unit of measure must appear in human-readable text only, next to the interpretation of the bar code. Supplier Lot Number Title Block = LOT NUMBER (1T) Data = Supplier assigned Lot number, unique for the material in this container, traceable back to supplier s MFG lot Data Identifier (DI) = 1T Maximum Length = 10 Data + 2 DI Exhibit D Internal Container Label (Sub pack Label) All Bar Codes shall be Code 128 Symbology All Bar Codes shall be.30 in height All Bar codes shall use a narrow element size of Unless otherwise specified, human readable interpretation of all Bar Codes shall be 12 point font size NOTE: Illustration is NOT actual size Data Dividing Lines are Optional. Supplier Part Number Title Block = PART # SUPP (1P) Data = Supplier s Internal Part Number Data Identifier (DI) = 1P Maximum length = Defined by supplier Revision Title Block = REVISION (2P) Data = TRW Revision level the material is manufactured to. Data Identifier (DI) = 2P Maximum Length = 3 Data + 2 DI Intentionally left blank. Available for supplier use. Label Purpose/Use: Internal Container (Sub pack) FOR SHIPMENT TO TRW Identification label used to indicate the suppliers manufacturing lot number for trace ability and trace ability within the manufacturing process Any dimensions that are not otherwise specified on this page SHALL be in compliance with AIAG B-10, Version 2.00, 2/00
26 Page: 26 of 27 Exhibit E Primary Metals
27 Page: 27 of 27 Exhibit F Label Placement Master Load Label # of Labels: 2 per load Location: Opposite sides of load Upper half of load Center of load Stacked vertically Single Carton Label # of Labels: 2 labels pe container Location: Placed on adjacent corners Min 1.25 (32 cm) from top Min 1.25 (32cm) from edge Mixed Load Label # of Labels: 2 labels per load Location: Opposite sides of load Upper half of load
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