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You are here: Home › The Home Depot Founded in 1978 by Bernie Marcus and Arthur Blank, The Home Depot created the “do-it-yourself” retail concept. Today, The Home Depot is the world’s largest home improvement retailer with over 2,200 retail stores. The reliance of barcoding at the point-of-sale has been instrumental with The Home Depot’s growth and the company has identified barcoding as a crucial element to improve their supply chain efficiency. Challenge The Home Depot established a network of Rapid Deployment Center (RDC) to expedite supply chain processing. The RDC warehouses were designed to increase the efficiency of restocking store shelves and the quick deployment of essential products resulting from weather related factors. A critical component of the RDC model relies on high speed barcode scanning of product and cases. Although The Home Depot required UPC item and ITF-14 case level marking, the quality and accuracy of the barcode symbols was never measured for compliance. Consequently, the efficiencies of the RDC network were compromised by non-compliant barcode symbols. Solution The Home Depot recognized they needed rely on GS1 standards in order for the global supply chain compliance and work with an experienced testing center capable of assisting their entire supplier community. Rather than work with a hardware (verifier) or software company, it was important to The Home Depot they direct their suppliers to a dedicated and unbiased barcode testing center. Bar Code Graphics established a barcode certification solution to which has enabled their suppliers to comply with their item and case level barcode identification. Our work on this project included; Authoring new comprehensive barcode guidelines which are harmonized with the GS1 General Specifications and provide suppliers a blue print to facilitate compliance Establishing a dedicated testing web portal for The Home Depot suppliers and corporate. The web application provides testing results and archived digital images of certified samples and corresponding analysis reports. ISO/ANSI Barcode certification for every package and label size provided by their suppliers. Educational assistance and corrective recommendations provided to suppliers who are deemed non-compliant. Results Today the RDC warehouses have increased the number of units per hour they process, both for incoming and outgoing products. Initially this program was rolled out to only domestic suppliers. Due to the recognized success of the program, the solution was expanded to Home Depot Canada and also overseas suppliers. Bar Code Graphics established a testing center in Shenzhen China to specifically assist The Home Depot import suppliers. Barcode certification by Bar Code Graphics is now an integrated component of their global vendor onboarding process. Browse ProductsGS1 UPC Barcode Service Software Packages Barcode Scanners & Imagers Verification Equipment Mobile Computers

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Founded in 1978 by Bernie Marcus and Arthur Blank, The Home Depot created the “do-it-yourself” retail concept. Today, The Home Depot is the world’s largest home improvement retailer with over 2,200 retail stores. The reliance of barcoding at the point-of-sale has been instrumental with The Home Depot’s growth and the company has identified barcoding as a crucial element to improve their supply chain efficiency. Challenge The Home Depot established a network of Rapid Deployment Center (RDC) to expedite supply chain processing. The RDC warehouses were designed to increase the efficiency of restocking store shelves and the quick deployment of essential products resulting from weather related factors. A critical component of the RDC model relies on high speed barcode scanning of product and cases. Although The Home Depot required UPC item and ITF-14 case level marking, the quality and accuracy of the barcode symbols was never measured for compliance. Consequently, the efficiencies of the RDC network were compromised by non-compliant barcode symbols. Solution The Home Depot recognized they needed rely on GS1 standards in order for the global supply chain compliance and work with an experienced testing center capable of assisting their entire supplier community. Rather than work with a hardware (verifier) or software company, it was important to The Home Depot they direct their suppliers to a dedicated and unbiased barcode testing center. Bar Code Graphics established a barcode certification solution to which has enabled their suppliers to comply with their item and case level barcode identification. Our work on this project included; Authoring new comprehensive barcode guidelines which are harmonized with the GS1 General Specifications and provide suppliers a blue print to facilitate compliance Establishing a dedicated testing web portal for The Home Depot suppliers and corporate. The web application provides testing results and archived digital images of certified samples and corresponding analysis reports. ISO/ANSI Barcode certification for every package and label size provided by their suppliers. Educational assistance and corrective recommendations provided to suppliers who are deemed non-compliant. Results Today the RDC warehouses have increased the number of units per hour they process, both for incoming and outgoing products. Initially this program was rolled out to only domestic suppliers. Due to the recognized success of the program, the solution was expanded to Home Depot Canada and also overseas suppliers. Bar Code Graphics established a testing center in Shenzhen China to specifically assist The Home Depot import suppliers. Barcode certification by Bar Code Graphics is now an integrated component of their global vendor onboarding process.

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A New Sink for the Kitchen or Bar Need a new sink for your kitchen or bar? The Home Depot can help you find the perfect one in no time. We carry a huge selection of sinks from top brands like Blanco, Wessan, Kohler and Kindred and make shopping online simple. You can browse our entire selection 24 hours per day, seven days per week and make your purchase through our secure online checkout. Your new sink can be delivered to your door or picked up at your nearest store. So Many Types to Choose From Many people choose to begin their search for sinks by focusing on the type that is right for their kitchen. Undermount sinks rest below a solid countertop for a sleek, seamless look. Top-mount sinks sit atop the countertop and have an edge that overlaps the countertop. Wall-mount sinks go against the wall and can be used in areas of kitchens and bars where there are no counters. Apron-front sinks have exposed fronts, giving them a farmhouse chic or industrial look. Bar and Prep sinks are small sinks used in bar tops or as secondary work sinks in a kitchen. Tile-in sinks sit in a cutout in a ceramic or stone tile countertop. Double bowl sinks come in a number of styles and have two bowls, making them convenient for dishwashing and cooking. Comparing Sink Materials Another way to start your search for the perfect sink is to focus on the type of material that you prefer. Some of the most popular materials include: Stainless steel. The most popular option for kitchen, stainless steel is heat and stain resistant and has a sleek silver look. Acrylic. Economically priced, acrylic sinks are simple to clean and stain-resistant. Cast iron. Finished with enamel, cast iron comes in an array of colors and is heavy and strong. Granite. Offered in an array of natural colors, granite sinks are durable and do not show watermarks readily. Copper. Warm in color, copper adds a rich look to kitchens and is highly rust resistant. The Perfect Sink Awaits Find that ideal sink for your kitchen or bar and get on your way to improving the appearance and functionality of your space. Use the links below to shop for sinks by type, material, shape or brand.

Home Depot Bar

Founded in 1978 by Bernie Marcus and Arthur Blank, The Home Depot created the “do-it-yourself” retail concept. Today, The Home Depot is the world’s largest home improvement retailer with over 2,200 retail stores. The reliance of barcoding at the point-of-sale has been instrumental with The Home Depot’s growth and the company has identified barcoding as a crucial element to improve their supply chain efficiency.

Home Depot Bar

Today the RDC warehouses have increased the number of units per hour they process, both for incoming and outgoing products. Initially this program was rolled out to only domestic suppliers. Due to the recognized success of the program, the solution was expanded to Home Depot Canada and also overseas suppliers. Bar Code Graphics established a testing center in Shenzhen China to specifically assist The Home Depot import suppliers.

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Page Header​Our Associates Page Body Column 1The Home Depot® believes that our associates are our greatest competitive advantage. As a company, we strive to attract, motivate and retain a high-performing, diverse workforce. The Home Depot currently employs more than 385,000 associates and it is the fifth largest employer of the companies listed on the S&P 500 (excluding companies that did not report). ​

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Page Body Column 1The Home Depot® believes that our associates are our greatest competitive advantage. As a company, we strive to attract, motivate and retain a high-performing, diverse workforce. The Home Depot currently employs more than 385,000 associates and it is the fifth largest employer of the companies listed on the S&P 500 (excluding companies that did not report). ​

Home Depot Bar

The Home Depot® believes that our associates are our greatest competitive advantage. As a company, we strive to attract, motivate and retain a high-performing, diverse workforce. The Home Depot currently employs more than 385,000 associates and it is the fifth largest employer of the companies listed on the S&P 500 (excluding companies that did not report). ​

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