Having the option to track batches generates transparency and trust

Whenever a manufacturer produces a specified quantity of a product under identical conditions or repackages it, the end result is called a batch or a lot.

A respective batch number or lot code can be used to concisely determine what batch or lot this component belongs to, when it was manufactured and packaged. Frequently, the product expiration date (PED) is added to the code and completes the product information on a package or container.

Weber advocates for the seamless traceability of batches – not just because the law mandates the tracking of the delivery chain for certain sectors, but because we believe that it is fundamentally important to contribute to the transparency of the delivery chain. Transparency generates trust! The consumer’s trust in a product leads to the level of customer loyalty we covet.

Another benefit of traceability is that if claims are filed, quick responses are possible, and recalls can be effectively narrowed down and managed. Batch numbers make it possible to clearly allocate products to a defined process in their lifecycles at any time.

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