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global returnable asset identifier (GRAI)

Global Returnable Asset Identifier (GRAI) is an Electronic Product Code

(EPC) with which assets can be marked and identified. This EPC identity, specified by the Uniform Code Council (UCC), is used to mark returned equipment, computers, peripherals

and other asset-related products so that they can still be identified after they have been returned. TheEPC identity is the prerequisite for

theidentification and tracking of

returned products. The GRAI code consists of the four-digit Application Identifier with the number 8003, which serves as the identifier for the GRAI code, the company-specific prefix and the product type, called GS1 key, and the serial number.

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Englisch: global returnable asset identifier - GRAI
Updated at: 10.06.2009
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