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Bank of England prepares for polymer £50

The Bank of England has awarded the substrate contract for the coming polymer £50 to CCL Secure and De La Rue.

£50m polymer tender underway

The Bank of England has launched a £50m tender for the supply of banknote polymer over an eight-year period.

De La Rue divests paper wing

De La Rue has sold a majority stake in its specialist papermaking business to private equity firm Epiris and management in a £68m deal that also marks the return of former De La Rue CFO Colin Child to the paper arm.

Polymer coup for De La Rue

De La Rue has scored something of a coup after securing a share of the polymer supply deal for the Bank of England’s new £20 note.

Bank of England: tallow traces to remain

The Bank of England has confirmed that it will not be reformulating the polymer used for its new banknotes, despite protests about the use of trace amounts of animal derivative.

De La Rue produces polymer £10 for Clydesdale

Clydesdale Bank’s new £10 polymer banknote will go into circulation in September.

De La Rue: 'minute traces' of animal products in polymer

The tallow backlash that has engulfed the Bank of England has also caused De La Rue to revisit its polymer formulation, PrintWeek can reveal.

Tallow controversy over new fiver

A petition calling on the Bank of England to remove tallow from the substrate used for the new polymer fiver has reached more than 97,000 signatures.

Polymer banknote production begins

De La Rue will start the mass production of polymer £5 notes this month, ahead of the new-style banknote’s launch in autumn 2016.

Revamped paper range targets expanding high-speed inkjet market

Crown Van Gelder has re-branded its high-speed inkjet papers as the papermaker gears up for growth in colour inkjet printing.

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