Global Fitness Standards Project

De La Rue was pleased to announce at Banknote conference in May earlier this year that it has entered into a joint development agreement with PNO Global, the producer of the Snowfish® SP fitness deck generator. 

PNO Global

Click here to read the full announcement

    African Currency Forum 2018

    De La Rue are primary sponsors at the African Currency Forum in Zimbabwe this year.

    Visit our stand, D3, to speak to one of our team. 

    ACF stand 2018


    We are also running a series of workshops during the Forum on Design, Counterfeit and Analytics - to view the full schedule click here

    ACF Workshops - Website


    De La Rue has recently launched a series of design features to support our polymer offering, based on the remarkable versatility of Safeguard®.

    • Illuminate uses a combination of inks, including matte and iridescent inks, to inject vivid colour and unique texture into the polymer window.
    • Rotate is a design technique that creates a fully registered image on both sides of the polymer note.
    • Integrate is the next generation of watermarking for polymer. Integrate injects colour directly into the different print layers of the substrate itself.

    IlluminateRotate  Integrate





    Watch De La Rue's presentation 

    "From Paper to Polymer – the transformation of a banknote printing site"

    Steve Craig - Plant Manager at De La Rue Debden

    De la Rue will discuss the manufacture of banknotes from a printers’ perspective and the importance of partnerships in striving for excellence. DLR will cover the transition from a paper based banknote series to newly designed polymer notes, whilst simultaneously commissioning two new lines of equipment. the General Manager for the De La Rue Debden banknote printing site, will discuss the end to end journey and some of the valuable learnings, which he will share with Central Bankers and State Printworks during the Forum

    The presentation will take place in Session Five, titled ‘Print- Design, Quality Control & Production’, at 10:00 am on Tuesday 4th September