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1 IMPLEMENTATION GUIDELINE GLOBAL TRANSPORT LABEL (GTL) AT MAHLE VERSION: 1.0 / STAND: MAY 2016

2 TABLE OF CONTENT Illustration directory List of tables List of Abbreviations History Applicability of the guideline Introduction to the Global Transport Label Global standard MILO MAHLE Inbound Logistics Optimization General requirements Label size and paper weight GTL characteristics Language and font Document language Font Barcodes Code PDF417 Code Print parameters Syntax Message envelope Format envelope GTL Layout GTL fields License plate Fields and dimensions in the master GTL (A5) Fields and dimensions in the single GTL (1/2 A5) Field information in the blocks Data content in the text and barcodes Field title GTL A Field titles GTL Small Sample labels Software References Implementation Guideline Global Transport Label (GTL) at MAHLE, Status: May 2016, Version 1.0, MAHLE 2

3 ILLUSTRATION DIRECTORY Fig. 1: MILO MAHLE Inbound Logistics Optimization Fig. 2: Dimensions of transport label for big load carriers (BLC) in line with VDA standard Fig. 3: Difference between master GTL and single GTL Fig. 4: Barcode in Code 128 format Fig. 5: Possible errors in Code Fig. 6: PDF417 code Fig. 8: Blocks of the MAHLE label in accordance with the GTL standard (master label) Fig. 7: Overview of license plate qualifiers Fig. 9: Blocks of the MAHLE label in accordance with the GTL standard (single label) Fig. 10: A1 From location Fig. 11: A2 To location Fig. 16: C Material number and description Fig. 12: 2D code in PDF417 format Fig. 13: B1 Supplier ID number / delivery note Fig. 14: B2 Destination field Fig. 15: B2 Filling quantity Fig. 17: D1 License plate Fig. 18: D2 Weight / date / version / batch Fig. 19: E1 Supplier information Fig. 20: E2 Packaging Fig. 21: Field titles GTL A Fig. 22: Field titles GTL Small Fig. 23: Sample of MAHLE GTL label (master label) Fig. 24: Sample of MAHLE GTL label (single label) Implementation Guideline Global Transport Label (GTL) at MAHLE, Status: May 2016, Version 1.0, MAHLE 3

4 LIST OF TABLES Tab. 1: History of the guideline Tab. 2: Message format PDF Tab. 3: Label fields including position in the EDI message Implementation Guideline Global Transport Label (GTL) at MAHLE, Status: May 2016, Version 1.0, MAHLE 4

5 LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS ASCII AIAG ASN BBD BLC EDI Fig. GTL IEC ISO JAMA JAPIA AIAG Odette PDF SLC Tab. VDA WebEDI American Standard Code for Information Interchange Automotive Industry Action Group Advanced Shipping Notification Best Before Date Big Load Carrier Electronic Data Interchange Figure Global Transport Label International Electrotechnical Commission International Association for Standardization Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association Japan Auto Parts Industries Association Automotive Industry Action Group Organisation for Data Exchange by Tele Transmission in Europe (however, this full form is no longer used as the areas of focus have changed) Portable Data File Small Load Carrier Table Verband der Automobilindustrie (German Association of the Automotive Industry) Webbased Electronic Data Interchange Implementation Guideline Global Transport Label (GTL) at MAHLE, Status: May 2016, Version 1.0, MAHLE 5

6 1. HISTORY VERSION DATUM #CHANGES / HISTORY /23/2016 Guideline created Tab. 1: History of the guideline Implementation Guideline Global Transport Label (GTL) at MAHLE, Status: May 2016, Version 1.0, MAHLE 6

7 2. APPLICABILITY OF THE GUIDELINE The guideline is applicable to the following MAHLE plants: MAHLE Filtersysteme GmbH Lorch MAHLE Filter Systems UK Ltd. Telford MAHLE Filtersysteme GmbH Brattendorf MAHLE Filtersysteme GmbH Öhringen MAHLE Filtersysteme GmbH Wustermark MAHLE Filtersysteme France SAS Seboncourt MAHLE Componente de Motor SRL Timisoara MAHLE Filtre Sistemleri A. S. Gebze MAHLE Filtersysteme Austria GmbH St. Michael MAHLE Filtersysteme Austria GmbH Wolfsberg MAHLE Filtersysteme Austria GmbH Mattighofen Implementation Guideline Global Transport Label (GTL) at MAHLE, Status: May 2016, Version 1.0, MAHLE 7

8 3. INTRODUCTION TO THE GLOBAL TRANSPORT LABEL 3.1 Global standard Clear, systematic labeling of products and transport units allows easy identification. Packaging units must always be labeled with uniform, standardized, and barcode-readable transport labels. For this standard the new VDA guideline 4994 Recommendation for utilization of the Global Transport Label (GTL) has been published in December Representatives from Europe (Odette), Japan (JAMA/JAPIA), and North America (AIAG) have jointly developed a Global Transport Label standard that can be used worldwide for supplier and customer relationships. MAHLE has complied with this standard in the design of its transport label, which suppliers must use for labeling goods. This will be described in greater detail in the following chapters. Labeling all containers with the GTL is essential for MAHLEs new optimized, streamlined goods receiving process. 3.2 MILO MAHLE Inbound Logistics Optimization MAHLE has developed a new, streamlined process along the supply chain from the supplier to the customer, in order to reduce material processing times, identify defects at an early stage, and thus preemptively avoid short-term bottlenecks. ASN with license plates via EDI/WEB-EDI Creation of SAP inbound delivery (delivery note) incl. handling units Delivery call-off or stock/requirements via EDI/WEB-EDI The supplier receives scheduling agreement schedules or stock levels and requirements via EDI or WebEDI in defined cycles. In return, the supplier sends the delivery note data back to MAHLE via EDI or WebEDI when the goods are issued. This Advanced Shipping Notification (ASN) includes packaging data and the license plates (package serial numbers or handling unit numbers). Registering Electronic data interchange the goods promptly avoids unnecessary communication between MAHLE s procurement teams and the supplier, while also achieving better capacity utilization in the goods receiving. Comparison of actual packaging with defined packaging instruction Recording of additional deviations of the actual delivery from standard process Increased supplier quality Creation of quality message for the relevant goods receiving posting Delivery with labels incl. license plate as barcode App for enlarged goods receiving process with tablet Inspection report including measures is sent to the supplier, fulfillment of measures will be tracked Unloading control and goods receiving posting via scan of license plate with the tablet Locating the pallet in warehouse by scanning the license plate on the supplier label Traceability Standardized delivery License Plate gives the traceability from the supplier to the finished goods delivered to the customer Lean goods receiving and warehousing processes The containers must be labeled by the supplier using labels in the format required by MAHLE. The main feature of the label is the license plate in barcode form. When the goods are unloaded, the barcode of the license plate on the container s master label is scanned using a tablet. If the license plate has previously been shipped via the ASN, the system will recognize the container. An unloading check is carried out. This makes it possible to immediately detect containers for which no notification has been sent. Fig. 1: MILO MAHLE Inbound Logistics Optimization Implementation Guideline Global Transport Label (GTL) at MAHLE, Status: May 2016, Version 1.0, MAHLE 8

9 Thanks to an app that clearly displays the packaging specification, incorrectly packed goods can be identified very early on, avoiding a great deal of effort in the warehouse at a later stage. Other divergences from the process (e.g., incorrect bills of delivery, damaged packaging) can also be recorded directly in the goods receiving using the tablet, and documented immediately with photographs. The containers associated with a delivery note are booked into the system after all pallets from the same goods receiving have been scanned. The booking process requires the generation of a MAHLE internal number for each license plate. This number only exists in the background but plays a crucial role in all storage and removal processes in the MAHLE warehouse. Accordingly, the supplier label remains in use throughout the process and the containers are not relabeled. The accuracy and quality of the label is therefore extremely important. Consistent use of the license plate guarantees the traceability of the finished product back to the supplier. Implementation Guideline Global Transport Label (GTL) at MAHLE, Status: May 2016, Version 1.0, MAHLE 9

10 4. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS 4.1 Label size and paper weight The dimensions of the label for big load carriers (BLC) comply with those prescribed in the VDA standard This means that the format should be DIN A5 landscape (210 mm x 148 mm). The label for small load carriers (SLC) is half the height of the DIN A5 label. The container label can be a tag or a sticker. The quality of the transport label should be such that it remains visually and machine-readable at all times, despite environmental influences and transport damage at the place of delivery. The labels must have a paper quality of >=140g/m². A5 210 mm ½ A5 148 mm Single-Label A5 148 mm Master-Label Fig. 2: Dimensions of transport label for big load carriers (BLC) in line with VDA standard 4902 Implementation Guideline Global Transport Label (GTL) at MAHLE, Status: May 2016, Version 1.0, MAHLE 10

11 4.2 GTL characteristics There are two different forms of the GTL: Master label Single label Only the master label is used for containers with no subunits (e.g., cage pallets). For containers with two-layer packaging, with the same material found in each small load carrier (e.g., pallets of SLCs), the pallet is given a master label, while each small load carrier (SLC, carton, etc.) is given a single label. In the case of mixed pallets, each SLC is given its own master label. Agreements to the contrary must be coordinated with the MAHLE plant receiving the delivery. The labels differ in size as described in Fig. 3 and in the information that appears on them as outlined below. Fig. 3: Difference between master GTL and single GTL Implementation Guideline Global Transport Label (GTL) at MAHLE, Status: May 2016, Version 1.0, MAHLE 11

12 5. LANGUAGE AND FONT 5.1 Document language 5.2 Font The fields must be completed in either German or English. By agreement with the receiving plant, the fields may contain the national language of the plant. The content of the fields must correspond to the EDI information. The Helvetica or Arial font, or a similar font from the same family, should be used. Text or other data in the supplier field can be freely designed by the supplier and is not relevant for the receiving MAHLE plant or the forwarder. Implementation Guideline Global Transport Label (GTL) at MAHLE, Status: May 2016, Version 1.0, MAHLE 12

13 6. BARCODES The quality of the barcodes directly affects the scan rate and the performance of the automatic data acquisition. The dimensions of the codes are of fundamental importance for the speed and first pass read rate. 6.1 Code 128 Linear barcodes must be designed using the Code 128 symbology and comply with the ISO/IEC standard. To achieve an optimal scan result, the bright field must be at least ten times the width of the narrowest element. In this symbology, bars and spaces are designated as elements. The narrowest element defines the X-dimension of the barcode. If the narrowest element is 0.25 mm wide, element width 1 would be 0.25 mm, width mm, width mm, and element width 4 would be 1 mm. For the barcode that represents the license plate (described in more detail in chapter 7.1.1), an X-dimension between 0.5 mm and 0.7 mm should be used. For the master label, the height should be between 17 mm and 23 mm, and for the single label between 8 mm and 12 mm. The quality of the barcodes must be verified in accordance with the test defined in the ISO/IEC standard. In this test, the barcode is checked for decoding (check character, bright field, encoded data, and whether the individual elements can be distinguished), symbol contrast, edge contrast, modulation, minimum reflectance, defects, and decodability (evaluation of the metric deviations from the desired value of the bars and spaces or the combination thereof). For the barcode that represents the material number, an X-dimension between 0.3 mm and 0.4 mm should be used. It should have a height between 7 mm and 10 mm. Quiet area Quiet area Fig. 4: Barcode in Code 128 format Pollution Imperfections Color spots Fig. 5: Possible errors in Code 128 Implementation Guideline Global Transport Label (GTL) at MAHLE, Status: May 2016, Version 1.0, MAHLE 13

14 6.2 PDF417 Code The 2D symbology that should be used is the PDF417 symbology. PDF stands for Portable Data File. The symbols are stored in codewords. The 417 signifies that each codeword is made up of 4 bars and 4 spaces, and 17 units. A PDF417 code can consists of 3 to 90 rows and 3 to 30 columns. As the number of rows is not precisely specified, a code can take different forms. The actual size of the code varies according to the data and the specification. In order to achieve an optimal scan result, the code also requires a bright field. However, the code including the bright field must fit in the label fields A3 or D3 defined by MAHLE. The PDF417 symbology includes built-in error correction, which allows even dirty, stained, or damaged barcodes to be read. The permissible extent of the damage depends on the number of check and error correction codewords used. There are nine different security levels (Levels 0 8). The higher the security level, the larger the 2D code. The number of correction codewords also decreases the space available for useful data. The PDF417 code uses two-level enveloping. The outermost layer is the message envelope, which defines the start and end of the message. This message envelope contains one or more format envelopes that contain the data. The columns contain encoded data as well as check and error correction characters. Quiet area Start pattern Indicator Data area Indicator Stop pattern Quiet area Row 1 Row 2 Row 3 Row Modules Quiet area 4 Gaps Quiet area Quiet area 4 Bars Fig. 6: PDF417 code Implementation Guideline Global Transport Label (GTL) at MAHLE, Status: May 2016, Version 1.0, MAHLE 14

15 6.2.1 Print parameters The following parameters must be considered when printing: Code typ Printer resolution PDF417 Error correction level Level 5 Unit width X Unit height Bright field left and right Bright field top and bottom Code width Code height minimum 300 dpi minimum 0.25 mm minimum 3 X minimum 10 X minimum 4 X maximum 55 mm maximum 38 mm The ratio between width and height should always be selected so that the height is as small as possible and the width as large as possible. This creates advantages in decoding Syntax The 2D barcode must be constructed in accordance with the syntax described in ISO/IEC 15434: Message header Format header Format trailer Message trailer R S, G S and E O T are nonprintable ASCII characters that can be identified in the scanning process Message envelope The message header consists of two parts: the compliance indicator ( [)> ), made up of three characters, and the format trailer ( R S ). The message trailer identifies the end of the message within the data row. For this, the nonprintable character End of Transactions E O T is used. The character for the trailer should not be used anywhere else in the message Format envelope The format envelope describes the start and end in a given format, defines the format used within the envelope, and defines the characters used to separate the elements. The format header is composed of a format indicator (a two-digit numerical identifier, which defines the rules of the format) and variable data that defines which separator, version, last revision, date, or control information of the relevant standard should be used). The separator is an integral part of the data row. In the format 06, data elements should be separated by the nonprintable separator G S. The format trailer identifies the end of the format envelope and should be represented by the nonprintable ASCII character R S. Tab. 2 shows an example of a complete message format: DATA STRUCTURE AND FORMAT OF THE CHARACTERS FOR FORMAT 06 REMARKS [)> R S Message header 06 G S 06 format header P J Q20 1THS2345 2P01 14D V K K KHS L2233 R S EO T Tab. 2: Message format PDF417 Material number License plate Filling quantity Batch number Version number Best before date Supplier ID number Order / supply schedule number Order / supply schedule item Delivery note number Destination plant Format trailer Message trailer The complete message looks like this: [)> R S 06 G S P G S 1J G S Q20 G S 1THS2345 G S 14D G S 2P01 G S V G S K G S 4K00010 G S 16KHS G S 2L2233 R S E O T Implementation Guideline Global Transport Label (GTL) at MAHLE, Status: May 2016, Version 1.0, MAHLE 15

16 7. GTL LAYOUT 7.1 GTL fields License plate The license plate is the decisive element. It is a package serial number that is made up as follows: Qualifier + MAHLE supplier ID number (9-digit number with leading zeros filled in) + sequential package serial number (9-digit number) The qualifiers can be divided into the following two cases: If small load carriers with several different material numbers are transported on one big load carrier, the individual small load carriers are, by default, to be regarded as large containers and labeled with a master label with the qualifier 1J. Deviations from this system must be agreed with the relevant plant. Single-layer packaging Big load carrier has the qualifier 1J Two-layer packaging Big load carrier has the qualifier 6J Small load carrier has the qualifier 1J Fig. 7: Overview of license plate qualifiers Fields and dimensions in the master GTL (A5) The MAHLE master label is divided into the following blocks with the corresponding dimensions: 57 mm 67 mm 143 mm 139 mm 210 mm A1 Ship from A2 Ship to A3 2D symbol 39 mm 58 mm 77 mm B1 Customer reference #1 B2 Customer routing information C3 Customer part number B3 Customer reference #2 D1 License plate D2 Customer reference #3 111 mm E1 Supplier area E2 Customer reference #4 143 mm 148 mm Fig. 8: Blocks of the MAHLE label in accordance with the GTL standard (master label) Implementation Guideline Global Transport Label (GTL) at MAHLE, Status: May 2016, Version 1.0, MAHLE 16

17 7.1.3 Fields and dimensions in the single GTL (1/2 A5) The MAHLE single label is divided into the following blocks with the corresponding dimensions: 43 mm 53 mm 91 mm 105 mm 148 mm 210 mm 24 mm 36 mm 48 mm 71 mm 74 mm A1 Ship from B1 Customer reference #1 D1 License plate A2 Ship to B2 Customer routing information C3 Customer part number A3 2D symbol B3 Customer reference #2 E1 Supplier area D2 Customer reference #3 C Customer part description Fig. 9: Blocks of the MAHLE label in accordance with the GTL standard (single label) 7.2 Field information in the blocks The following information is allocated to the individual blocks: A1: The From field contains the supplier name and address with street name, house number, postal code, city, and country. Fig. 10: A1 From location A2: The To field must show the recipient name and address with street name, house number, postal code, and city as well as the MAHLE destination plant and, if required by MAHLE, the unloading point. Fig. 11: A2 To location Implementation Guideline Global Transport Label (GTL) at MAHLE, Status: May 2016, Version 1.0, MAHLE 17

18 A3: This field displays a 2D code that brings together all the important information contained on the label. The PDF417 symbology should be used for the 2D barcode. The PDF417 code should contain the MAHLE material number quantity license plate batch number (if required by the plant) version number best before date (if BBD is relevant for the material) supplier ID number order number and item delivery note number destination plant Fig. 12: 2D code in PDF417 format For a detailed specification of the PDF417 codes, please refer to chapter 6.2. B1: This field shows the supplier ID number in the MAHLE system, and the delivery note number. B2: This block shows the destination within the MAHLE plant (if indicated by MAHLE). Fig. 13: B1 Supplier ID number / delivery note B3: The quantity of the shipping unit is displayed here. Fig. 14: B2 Destination field C: Block C contains the MAHLE material number as a readable value and in barcode form, as well as the short material description. The barcode must be in Code 128 format. Fig. 15: B2 Quantity Fig. 16: C Material number and description Implementation Guideline Global Transport Label (GTL) at MAHLE, Status: May 2016, Version 1.0, MAHLE 18

19 D1: This block contains the key element of the label: the license plate (handling unit number) described above. Like the material number, this should be displayed as a number and barcode. Again, the barcode must be of the 128 type. The barcode qualifier has already been described in chapter Fig. 17: D1 License plate D2: This block shows the gross and net weight, shipping date/best before date, MAHLE change index of the drawing, and batch number. Fig. 18: D2 Weight / date / version / batch E1: The supplier information block can be customized by the supplier and filled with information. Fig. 19: E1 Supplier information E2: The final block shows the main packaging layer 1 (big load carrier) with MAHLE material number and description, main packaging layer 2 (small load carrier) with MAHLE material number, description, and the number of small load carriers per big load carrier (if two-layer packaging is used). Fig. 20: E2 Packaging Implementation Guideline Global Transport Label (GTL) at MAHLE, Status: May 2016, Version 1.0, MAHLE 19

20 7.3 Data content in the text and barcodes Tab. 3 provides once again a description of all data fields and their content. The table also clearly shows which fields are optional or mandatory for which label type (single or master label). LABEL FIELD NUMBER AND DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION GTL TYPE 1 SI 2 MA 3 GTL TYPE FONT SIZE DATA IDENTIFIER (A1) From Supplier address, supplier name postal code, city M M Master GTL: min. 12 pt Single GTL: min. 8 pt (A1.2.1) Country of origin Two-digit ISO alpha-2 country code for the country in which the article was produced M M Master GTL: min. 12 pt Single GTL: min. 8 pt (A2) To Short recipient name (shipping address), customer name, postal code, city M M Master GTL: min. 12 pt, bold Single GTL: min. 8 pt, bold (A2.2.1) Destination plant MAHLE ID of the destination plant, displayed in the format: Destination plant/unloading point M M Master GTL: min. 24 pt, bold Single GTL: min. 8 pt, bold 2L (A2.2.2) Unloading point M M Master GTL: min. 24 pt, bold Single GTL: min. 8 pt, bold (A3) Reserved for 2D barcode M M (B1.1) Supplier ID number Supplier ID number (in MAHLE SAP), leading zeros do not need to be printed M M Master GTL: min. 12 pt, bold Single GTL: min. 8 pt, bold V (B1.2) Delivery note number The delivery note number may not be repeated within one year M M Master GTL: min. 12 pt, bold Single GTL: min. 8 pt, bold 16K (B1.3) Scheduling agreement and item / order number Scheduling agreement and position / customer order number O O Master GTL: min. 12 pt Single GTL: min. 8 pt K/4K (B2) Destination Place of use / storage location at the MAHLE plant M M Master GTL: min. 24 pt, bold Single GTL: min. 8 pt, bold (B3) Quantity Quantity of packaging unit in the case of MA, quantity for total container in the case of SI, quantity of the small load carrier M M Master GTL: min. 24 pt, bold Single GTL: min. 8 pt, bold Q Quantity unit with qualifier PC (for piece ), L, KG, M, M², M³ M M Master GTL: min. 24 pt, bold Single GTL: min. 8 pt, bold z. B. ST (C.2) MAHLE material number (C.3) Short material description MAHLE material number M M Master GTL: min. 30 pt, bold Single GTL: min. 30 pt, bold MAHLE short material description M M Master GTL: min. 16 pt Single GTL: min. 16 pt P 1 M = Mandatory field, O = Optional field 2 SI = Single label 3 MA = Master label Implementation Guideline Global Transport Label (GTL) at MAHLE, Status: May 2016, Version 1.0, MAHLE 20

21 LABEL FIELD NUMBER AND GTL TYPE 1 GTL TYPE DATA DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION SI 2 MA 3 FONT SIZE IDENTIFIER (D1) License plate License plate with MAHLE supplier ID number (9-digit with leading zeros) + sequential 9-digit package serial number, which may not be repeated within one year M M Master GTL: min. 12 pt Single GTL: min. 12 pt 1J 6J (D2.1/1) Gross weight Gross packaging weight (including packaged material) O M Master GTL: min. 12 pt, bold (D2.1/2) Net weight Net packaging weight (excluding packaged material) O M Master GTL: min. 12 pt, bold (D2.2) Date (shipping / best before date) Shipping date prefix D, format <prefix><yyyy-mm-dd> Best before date prefix E, format <prefix><yyyy-mm-dd> (if BBD is relevant for the material) M M Master GTL: min. 12 pt, bold Single GTL: min. 8 pt, bold M M Master GTL: min. 12 pt, bold Single GTL: min. 8 pt, bold 14D (D2.3) Change index of drawing MAHLE change index of drawing M M Master GTL: min. 12 pt, bold Single GTL: min. 8 pt, bold 2P (D2.4) Batch number Batch number of supplier (if batch number is available from the supplier) M M Master GTL: min. 12 pt, bold Single GTL: min. 8 pt, bold 1T (E1) Supplier field (E2.1) Packaging layer 1 (E2.2.1) Packaging layer 2 (E2.2) Number of packaging units layer 2 Supplier field: No barcode that resembles the license plate may be used here Main packaging layer 1 (e.g., pallet) with MAHLE material number and description Main packaging layer 2 (e.g., SLC) with MAHLE material number and description Number of main packaging units in layer 2 (e.g., SLCs) O O M Master GTL: min. 12 pt, bold M Master GTL: min. 12 pt, bold M Master GTL: min. 12 pt, bold Tab. 3: Label fields including position in the EDI message 1 M = Mandatory field, O = Optional field 2 SI = Single label 3 MA = Master label Implementation Guideline Global Transport Label (GTL) at MAHLE, Status: May 2016, Version 1.0, MAHLE 21

22 7.4 Field title GTL A5 The following field titles must be selected in the master label: Fig. 21: Field titles GTL A5 The font size used for the field names should be at least 6 points. 7.5 Field titles GTL Small The following field titles must be selected in the single label: Fig. 22: Field titles GTL Small Implementation Guideline Global Transport Label (GTL) at MAHLE, Status: May 2016, Version 1.0, MAHLE 22

23 7.6 Sample labels Below are samples of a master and a single label in the MAHLE GTL format. Fig. 23: Sample of MAHLE GTL label (master label) Fig. 24: Sample of MAHLE GTL label (single label) Implementation Guideline Global Transport Label (GTL) at MAHLE, Status: May 2016, Version 1.0, MAHLE 23

24 8. SOFTWARE It is the responsibility to purchase a software that can produce labels that comply with the MAHLE regulations. If the supplier generates the ASNs via the WebEDI platform, the labels can be printed in the required format there. Implementation Guideline Global Transport Label (GTL) at MAHLE, Status: May 2016, Version 1.0, MAHLE 24

25 9. REFERENCES ISO/IEC Code 128 ISO/IEC Syntax for high capacity media ISO/IEC PDF417 ISO/IEC Data Matrix JAIF Global Transport Label GTL VDA 4994 Implementation Recommendation for Global Transport Label GTL Implementation Guideline Global Transport Label (GTL) at MAHLE, Status: May 2016, Version 1.0, MAHLE 25

26 Contact: MAHLE Filtersysteme GmbH Supplier Management Logistics Heike Söhner Pragstraße Stuttgart, Germany Phone: Internet: Implementation Guideline Global Transport Label (GTL) at MAHLE, Status: May 2016, Version 1.0, MAHLE 26

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