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PWPW wins in Greece

Polish Security Printing Works has won a tender for the production and supply of passport paper for the Central Bank of Greece. This is the third winning procedure for PWPW this year and another international contract signed. 

Previously, the Printing Works came top in the procedures announced by the national printers of France and Portugal. All of this year's contracts involve the production and supply of not less than 1,000 tons of passport paper per year.

- Thanks to well-thought-out investments, cost optimisation and the knowledge of the market that comes from experience, PWPW successfully competes with the largest paper mills in Europe and worldwide," explained Piotr Wojcieszek, PWPW board member, who supervises, among others, the Paper Mill Division and the Sales Office.

- The road to signing such contracts is long and requires passing a series of qualification tests to guarantee the high quality of the product and providing documents confirming the appropriate productivity and competence of the staff, as well as meeting requirements related to environmental protection or production safety, explained Grażyna Rafalska, director of PWPW’s Sales Office.

Banknote, passport and visa paper is a significant export source of revenue for PWPW. In the past 20 years, the manufacturer has signed contracts and supplied high-end products to almost 50 countries around the world.

PWPW (Polish Security Printing Works)

1 R. Sanguszki Street
00-222 Warsaw, Poland
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tel. (+48) 22 235 20 00
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