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Polymer banknotes issued from 2016

The Bank of England (BoE) has announced that the next £5 and £10 notes will be printed on polymer rather than cotton paper, with the first run scheduled for 2016.

Sun Chemical launches security inks

Sun Chemical launched a new family of security inks and coatings at Security Printers 2013, held last week at Messe Wien Exhibition & Congress Center, Vienna.

Gov’t u-turn on standardised tobacco packaging

The government has announced a review into the potential effect on public health of implementing standardised tobacco packaging.

Banks battle to tear up knock-off notes

An official-looking serial number, distinctive green hues and an intricately rendered and suitably regal Queen. Even scrutinising this 1990 £5 note far more closely than I would normally, I can't see anything untoward.

Security printer charged with corruption

One of the UK's longest-established independent security printing companies, along with two of its directors, has been charged with corruption.

De La Rue issues profit warning on back of banknote pricing pressure

De La Rue has warned investors that its full-year operating profit for 2013/14 will come in below target as a result of pricing pressures affecting its Currency division.

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.

Vibrant labels market still has massive scope for growth

It was billed as 'the greatest label show on earth' and this was an event that actually did live up to the hyperbole.

Canon extends Océ Variostream 7100 series

Canon group company Océ has expanded its Variostream 7100 series of entry-level monochrome, simplex, continuous feed printers with the addition of a new higher speed model, the Variostream 7170.

Oberthur and G4S bid for 1bn UK banknote contract

French security printer Oberthur Technologies will launch a joint bid with the UK-based private security firm G4S for the Bank of England's 1bn next generation banknote contract, according to Reuters.

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