According to a press release dated 5 May 2020, the Central Bank of Liberia has awarded a contract to Crane Currency to supply new banknotes. Crane previously printed the current family of notes (B311 – B316) without imprint. Courtesy of I.B.
According to Jos F. M. Eijsermans, the spring PaperMoneyFair scheduled for 4-5 April 2020 in Valkenburg has been cancelled due to concerns regarding the global coronavirus pandemic.
New banknotes have been recognised for their outstanding design and security technical excellence with international awards. The awards formed part of the High Security Printing EMEA Conference, which was organised by Reconnaissance International and held recently in Lisbon, Portugal. These recognise the highest levels of achievement in three categories: Best
According to an article in Bloomberg News, Venezuela has contracted with Russian security printer Goznak to produce 300 million new notes denominated from 10,000 to 50,000 bolívars, at a cost of 6.8 million euros.
OPTICAL DOCUMENT SECURITY CONFERENCE SHOWS INNOVATION IN PROTECTION OF ESTABLISHED DOCUMENTS New ways to identify fake security devices on banknotes, passports and other secured documents will be at the heart of the Optical Document Security conference for central banks, ID issuers and authorities, banknote and ID printers / integrators and
The ‘Future of Cash’ conference, which will be held on 21 – 22 April in Madrid, Spain and organised by AGIS Consulting, will see central bankers and decision-makers from financial institutions and other stakeholders within the cash cycle across the world consider the drivers behind the demand for cash and new technologies
According to a ToloNews article dated 6 January 2020, Da Afghanistan Bank has awarded a US$8.5 million contract to the Polish Security Printing Works (PWPW) for 10 billion afghanis in new notes in denominations of 10, 20, 50, and 100 afghanis to be delivered within six to 18 months.
Outstanding technical excellence in the design and security of new banknotes has been recognized by a series of awards. The awards formed part of the industry’s High Security Printing Asia Conference, which was organised by Reconnaissance International and held recently in Yokohama, Japan. These recognise the highest levels of achievement