SSCC

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AcronymDefinition
SSCCSerial Shipping Container Code (EAN barcoding)
SSCCShelton State Community College (Tuscaloosa, AL)
SSCCSerial Shipping Container Code
SSCCSmurfit-Stone Container Corporation (est. 1998)
SSCCSouth Shore Country Club (Hingham, MA)
SSCCSacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary (religious order)
SSCCSouth Shore Cultural Center (Chicago, IL)
SSCCSouth Shore Chamber of Commerce (Quincy, MA)
SSCCSprott-Shaw Community College (Canada)
SSCCSouth Santa Clara County (California)
SSCCSpace Station Control Center
SSCCScientific and Statistical Computing Core (US NIMH)
SSCCSulphide Stress Corrosion Cracking
SSCCSouth Suburban Christian Church
SSCCSilver Springs Conservation Camp (Nevada)
SSCCSpecial Services Control Center
SSCCStandard Schnauzer Club of Canada
SSCCStandard Subject Classification Codes
SSCCSemi Soft Coking Coal
SSCCSite Security Communications Center
SSCCSpecial Security Communication Center
SSCCSecond-Stage Conduit Container
SSCCSPAWAR Systems Center, Charleston SC, USA
SSCCSunshine State Cougar Club (Florida)
SSCCSilver State Cricket Club
SSCCSatellite System Control Centre (aerospace engineering)
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This allows labelling according to GS1 standard and easy identification of the pallet via the Serial Shipping Container Code (SSCC).
When a customer wishes to track an order, the shipper will use a serial shipping container code.
To provide such data, growers must label each produce case with a Global Trade Identification Number (GTIN) and each pallet with a Serial Shipping Container Code (SSCC) expanded barcode.
A radio scanner reads the serial shipping container code (SSCC) and transmits it over a distance of up to 30 metres to the base station in the cart.
UCC include: the Global Service Relation Number (GSRN), recognizing the relationship between a business and an individual; the Serial Shipping Container Code (SSCC), recognizing logistics units; and the Global Returnable Asset Identifier (GRAI) and the Global Individual Asset Identifier (GIAI), recognizing returnable and individual assets.
The label most likely to appear on the outside of shipping containers for quite some time into the future is the serial shipping container code label.