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New polymer tenner enters circulation

The UK’s new polymer £10 note has entered into circulation today (14 September).

De La Rue may compete with EU firms for post-Brexit passport tender

Two EU-based companies are also bidding for the tender to print British passports after Brexit, according to reports from the Sunday Times which have left pro-leave MPs “seeing red”.

Domino launches new fluorescent ink

Domino Digital Printing Solutions is launching a new fluorescent ink for its K600i inkjet printer module.

Former home secretary applauds Tall Group

The Tall Group has been commended by the former home secretary Lord Blunkett for its “unwavering commitment to fight cyber crime” after achieving its Cyber Essentials badge plus accreditation.

De La Rue appoints new COO

De La Rue has appointed a new chief operating officer from outside the industry.

Kingswood iOptus gains security standard

Kingswood iOptus has added the ISO 27001 information security standard to its list of accreditations.

De La Rue develops tallow-free banknote substrate

De La Rue has confirmed it is reformulating its banknote polymer to exclude tallow and is also bidding to retain its British passport contract, as it released its full-year results.

KBA-NotaSys settles bribery case

Banknote press manufacturer KBA-NotaSys has been fined one symbolic Swiss franc following a corruption scandal, but will also pay a multimillion euro settlement.

Secprint gains an edge with new Grafcut

Secprint has invested in a Grafcut 52H fully hydraulic guillotine to support its delivery of high quality digital security print.

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.

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