ITF-14 Carton Barcodes

 

ITF-14 barcodes are 14-digit barcodes used on delivery boxes. These boxes contain a set number of the retail product going into stores. The ITF-14 numbers are usually made from the barcode number on the retail product within the box. Up to ten different ITF-14 Barcodes can be made from one EAN-13 number.

 ITF-14 barcodes are for the shipping cartons (or delivery boxes) only, they are not for use on your retail products. If your carton is being sold at retail level, you should use an EAN-13 retail barcode on the carton. NB: ITF-14 barcodes are also called Shipping Container Codes (SCC-14), Carton Codes, or GTIN-14 barcodes.

  • ITF-14 Carton Barcodes

    IMMEDIATE EMAIL DELIVERY: The ITF-14 barcode images will be emailed to you in .jpg, .pdf, .png, and .svg formats straight away. Please enter your EAN-13 barcode number into the “barcode number” box when you get to the checkout page (or else type “N/A” if you are purchasing an EAN-13 barcode at the same time as your ITF-14 barcode). Our system will automatically turn your EAN-13 barcode number into ITF-14 Carton Code images and will email them through to you straight away.

    QuantityPrice per image
    1$ 30
    2$ 25 each
    3$ 20 each
    4 +$ 15 each

Sample ITF-14 Carton Code

Download Sample ITF-14 Carton Code (zip file)

 

Which ITF-14 Carton Code goes with which EAN-13 barcode?

The easy way to tell which carton code goes with which EAN is to look at your EAN numbers. Ignore the last digit (13th digit) as that is a checksum of all the other numbers. Look at the last 3 digits. You will see they are the same on the EAN as the ITF – just the ITF has a 1 at the front.

For example EAN 0799439079083 has ending checksum digit 3. Ignore this last digit; the barcode ends 908. It’s corresponding ITF would also end 908 and then have a checkdigit added at the end. It has a 1 at the front so it would be 1079943907908x (where x is the checkdigit) and in this case the checkdigit is 0, so the final number is 10799439079080.  Note, when our automation produces the barcode images, it includes the checkdigit in the image, but leaves is out of the file name – so in this example, the images would be named 1079943907908.