Serialization and Aggregation of Data

Recording of units entering the superior packaging units; application and verification of serialized information on corresponding superior packages.

Coding stations, code readers, and vision systems integrated into the packaging chain provide the data for the aggregation of codes to achieve a complete pedigree of your products ("grandparent/parent/child" relationship). The system is able to interlink with ERP/MES systems for batch data exchange. Depending on the setup, serial numbers can either be transmitted (imported) to the Seidenader system or created by the system locally for application onto the products.

Manual serialization from smallest saleable unit to pallet.


Valid packaging codes (bundle, case, pallet) are linked to the corresponding packaging units and complement a grandparent/parent/child relationship. The aggregated data get added to the database of applied codes in the Seidenader track and trace line controller. Rejected packaging units have to be removed and can be reworked with the provided hand-held scanner.

  • Manual and automatic process solutions
  • Scanner or vision based infeed identification
  • Label printing and application for packaging units in desktop or integrated design
  • Scanner or vision based outfeed verification


  • Serialization packaging level 0
    - Serialized code on strip (blister)/
  • Serialization packaging level 1:
    - Serialized code on individual retail pack
  • Serialization packaging level 2:
    - Bundle station, case station,
      pallet station
    - Recording data of retail unit per bundle
    - Bundle complete -> generate, print,
      apply label on bundle and check
    - Aggregation of the data
      (grandparent/parent/child relationship)
    - Same procedure for case and pallet
  • Data management level 3:
    - Upstream connection
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Declaration of conformity

Machine design and employed materials comply with:

  • current GMP recommendations,
  • OSHA regulations, 
  • CE requirements and
  • 21 CFR part 11 whenever required,
  • electrical standard EN 60204-1.