THE POLYMER BACKNOTE PEOPLE

2020 Sees GUARDIAN™ Polymer Go From Strength To Strength

Despite the global challenges created by the COVID-19 pandemic, CCL Secure say they have seen polymer banknotes go from strength to strength around the world.

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Lebanon Debuts Revolutionary Security Feature On New 100,000 Livres Banknote

A new 100,000 Livres banknote, issued by Banque du Liban to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the foundation of Lebanon, is one of the most secure in the world.

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Costa Rica’s Innovative New ₡ 20,000 GUARDIAN Polymer Banknote Launched

The Banco Central de Costa Rica (BCCR) has launched a brand new ₡ 20,000 polymer banknote. The newly issued banknote features a KINEGRAM REVIEW® foil stripe supplied by Kurz applied over a complex transparent window using CCL Secure’s world-leading GuardianTM polymer substrate.

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Mexico’s New 100 Peso Banknote Marks 18 Years Of Using GUARDIAN Polymer

Banco de México launched a new 100 peso banknote using Guardian™ polymer, the latest in a long line of polymer banknotes issued by the Mexican central bank.

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CCL Secure works with local school to enable COVID-19 safe teaching

CCL Secure has continued with its partnership with Wigton neighbour, the Nelson Thomlinson School donating perspex screens for the classrooms. The screens will allow for lessons to resume following the UK’s lockdown.

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Saudi Arabia Issues Its First Polymer Banknote

The Saudi Arabian Monetary Authority has issued the Kingdom’s first polymer banknote.

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Banco Central De Nicaragua Marks 60th Anniversary With New Polymer Banknote

Nearly 60 years after it was founded, Banco Central de Nicaragua is marking the occasion by issuing a commemorative 5 córdoba note. Made from Guardian™ polymer, the new note includes a range of design and security features that are achievable only with polymer banknotes.

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New Guardian Polymer Banknote Recycling Centre Launched In Mexico

A new specialised recycling centre in Zacapu, in the Mexican state of Michoacán, is giving old polymer banknotes a new lease of life as the raw material for a range of recycled products.

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