STAND – Standards in english

The Standardization Committee for the Norwegian Retail Industry (STAND) represents the retail industry via the trade organizations Dagligvarehandelens Miljøforum DMF (the Norwegian grocery sector’s environmental forum) and Dagligvareleverandørenes forening DLF (Grocery Manufacturers of Norway).

STAND standards in english, used in Norwegian Grocery Sector

Standards Implemented Version Published/
latest revision
STAND001 – Common Guidelines for Labelling and Allocation of Product Durability Days 4.2 27.11.07
STAND003 – Common Guidelines for Claims and Returns 2.0 01.04.01
STAND004 – Overview of pallet types used
STAND004A – Specifications Reusable Wooden 1/2 Pallet – Bilateral agreement needed 2.1 04.04.14
STAND004B – Specifications 1/3 and 1/2 Non-reusable Pallet in Cardboard – Bilateral agreement needed 2.1 04.03.14
STAND004C – Reusable 1/4 Pallet in Plastic – Bilateral agreement needed 1.1 04.03.14
STAND004D – Specifications Reusable 1/1 Pallet in Plastic 1.2 04.03.14
STAND004E – Specifications Reusable 1/2 Pallet in Plastic 1.1 04.03.14
STAND004F – Specifications Reusable 1/3 Pallet in Plastic (from NLP) 1.0 21.03.14
STAND005 – Standard for labelling D-packs (Trading Units) and Pallets 5.01 21.06.14
STAND007 – Service level – Standard Definition 1.0 2001
STAND008 – Best Practies for Withdrawal and Recall in Norwegian Grocery Industry 2.0 13.08.09
Schema for Recall, Withdrawing and Blocking of Products
STAND009 – Standard for Optimization of Consumer Unit, D-pack (Trading Unit) and Pallet 3.0 13.03.15
Note! New version (4,0) in Norwegian is published,
yet not available in English
Checklist / Compliance Note! New version (4) in Norwegian is published,
yet not available in English
STAND011 – Efficient changes in assortment 1.2 August 2015
Note! New version (1.3) in Norwegian is published,
yet not available in English
Standards in progress
STAND012 – eCollaboration Transport – Bilateral agreement needed 1.0 28.02.13
STAND013 – EDI Electronic Data Interchange (Not available in English) – Bilateral agreement needed 1.0 31.12.15