GS1 Switzerland working groups

In the GS1 Switzerland working groups, experts meet to jointly implement a mandate. The project assignment is formulated in writing and has a clear start and end point. The project results are made available to all GS1 members after completion.


Our current working groups:

Working Group Fair Carbon Player

Today, calculations of CO2 emissions in transport and logistics are often reported in different ways. A detailed and uniform evaluation is therefore not possible. With the project "Fair Carbon Player" in transport and logistics, GS1 Switzerland and ASTAG, together with their members, would like to develop a standardised and central basis for CO2 calculation. The working group is developing an industry solution - probably in the form of software - for calculating CO2 emissions that can be used in operational business and with a high degree of automation.

Managed by GS1 Switzerland
Jan Eberle
Head of Industry Engagement Transport and Logistics
Managed by ASTAG
Dr. André Kirchhofer
Vizedirektor, ASTAG

Members

 ASTAG, Stefanie Katic
 ASTAG, Ruedi Matti
 Bel Suisse SA, Alain Oster
 Camion Transport, Andreas Hollenstein
 Cavegn, Christian Cavegn
 Coop, Stefan Frehner
 Dreier, Christoph Baumann
 Emil Egger, Markus Egger
 Emmi, Markus von Ballmoos
 Felix Transporte, Fabian Felix
 Galliker, Peter Galliker
 Galliker, Peter Steinmann
 GS1 Switzerland, Jonas Batt
 GS1 Switzerland, Thomas Bögli
 Krummen Kerzers, Sabine Rapold
 Lagerhäuser Aarau, Yannick Staub
 Leclerc, René Leclerc
 Migros, Ivo Schmid
 Planzer, Willi Gärtner
 Post, Remo Marbot
 Rapp, Thomas Schmid
 Sieber Transporte AG, Christian Sieber
 SPAR, Alfred Derungs
 Swissconnect, Michael Hauenstein
 Traveco, Benedikt Heuberger
 Zibatra, Jens Bogisch
 Nestlé, Alex Monti
 

Logo Camion Transport
Logo Coop
Logo Emil Egger
Logo Galliker Transport & Logistik
Logo GS1 Switzerland
Logo Krummen Kerzers
Logo Migros
Logo Planzer
Logo Die Post
Logo Spar
Logo Nestle

Working Group on Continuing Education in Logistics in French-speaking Switzerland

Working Group on Continuing Education in Logistics in French-speaking Switzerland

The working group on continuing education in logistics in Western Switzerland has been mandated by the Conseil Logistique Suisse Romande to work for the renewal of the GS1 continuing education programme in logistics and supply chain in Western Switzerland. The aim is to develop and successfully introduce a new offer.

Managed by GS1 Switzerland
Yannick Huguenin
Representative Western Switzerland
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Members

Coop Genossenschaft, Sébastien Jacquet
Philippe Wieser
Galliker Transport AG, Peter Ballmer
Nestlé Nespresso SA, Daniel Costa
Société Coopérative Migros Genève, Thierry Kensicher
STELOG SA, Stéphane Stegmüller
 

Logo Coop
Logo Galliker Transport & Logistik
Logo Nestle
Logo Stelog

Working Group Omni-Channel Retailing & Online Category Management ( OCM-OCR)

Working Group OCM OCR

The Omni-Channel Retailing & Online Category Management working group will revise and further develop the existing white papers «Online Category Management» from 2018 and «On the way to Omnichannel Retailing» from 2016. The revised white papers are used and provided as a knowledge base.

Managed by GS1 Switzerland
Marilyne Brönnimann
Industry Engagement Manager Consumer Goods / Retail

Members

Working Group Product Information Management (PIM)

Working Group Product Information Management (PIM)

Managed by GS1 Switzerland
Gregor Mueller
Industry Engagement Manager Consumer Goods / Retail

Members

Meier Tobler AG, Heinz Bösiger
ASMAS / ANWR-Garant Swiss AG, Mathias Schenk