Barcode Cape Town
Barcode Cape Town – I’m from Cape Town. Can you help me?
Yes, most definitely! SA Barcodes is based in Rondebosch, Cape Town, but we offer our barcodes and barcode services to anyone in the world. This is made possible as our barcode packages are sent via email and are international barcodes – it is as simple as purchasing a barcode online directly from our website or contacting us. Once you purchase your barcode you are able to use your barcode anywhere in the world, that is one of the benefits of purchasing from us, there is no restriction to the city or country for use of your barcode Cape Town or America, its up to you.
Purchasing a barcode in Cape Town from SA Barcodes is an easy and efficient process, and it makes no difference as to where you’re from or where your company is based. All you need to ensure is that your intended retail store accepts the barcode you have purchased from us (currently, Pick n’ Pay are upgrading their barcoding system, and so this is the only store in which problems may occur, but this is not the case at all Pick n’ Pays)
When purchasing your barcodes from us we will email you a zipped barcode pack and in your barcode pack will be the following:
Your barcode numbers listed in an Excel spreadsheet as well as a PDF document in both UPC (Universal Product Code) and EAN (European Article Number) format
High Resolution images of your barcodes, ready for printing and scanning, optimum resolution and size.
Your certificate of ownership reflecting the business or personal name that you have chosen for your barcodes to be registered as belonging too, as well as your barcode sequence.
Your barcode images can be resized if you would like to a smaller size, but the smallest size we would suggest is 3x2cm as any smaller than that it may be difficult for retail scanners to pick up your barcode as the resolution may become too low. When using barcodes in Cape Town retailers use both the UPC and EAN formats, that is why we always advise our clients to please confirm directly with your chosen retailer which format they would like you to place on your product before printing all your labels or stickers. UPC is a twelve digit barcode and EAN is a thirteen digit barcode. For your conveniance we always provide you with both formats.
Keep in mind that SA Barcodes is South Africa’s top reseller of barcode numbers and our codes are accepted by more South African retailers than any other reseller world-wide. You can be rest assured that when purchasing a barcode in Cape Town, your barcode number is completely unique to you, belongs to your company for life, and will be consented by the majority of retail stores. Our friendly, knowledgeable staff are also available via phone or email during office hours for any questions and assistance or advice.
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