NedCard to boost smart-card module production in the mainland
Company can deliver module assembly and testing services to e-government projects globally
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Independent smart-card assembly house NedCard will increase its module production in its Shanghai plant from 1.5 billion units to 2.6 billion in the coming years as it shores up its technology platform for more novel applications.
With the rise of electronic payments heightening the demand for more secure transactions, Netherlands-based NedCard plays a key role in the roll-out of chip cards in the banking and e-commerce sectors.
NedCard produces contact, contactless and dual interface modules largely for card manufacturers and semiconductor producers. With more Asian countries progressing, NedCard has also started servicing governments.
As one of the largest smart card and radio-frequency identification module manufacturers worldwide, NedCard can deliver module assembly and testing services to e-government projects globally. It is also set on meeting the requirements of the health care, textile and emerging wearable electronics markets.
Garnering the highest attainable security certification for its smart card solutions, NedCard has been a trusted partner to the top 5 players in the smart-card supplying market for more than 10 years.
“Our European background of quality enabled the creation of strong relationships with top players in the industry,” says Eric de Bruijn, chief sales officer. “Our security certification cemented those relationships while our global footprint and our ability to produce cost-effectively in Europe and Asia sustained these partnerships.”
NedCard patterns its solutions to its clients’ special demands. By offering a broad range of business models, NedCard seeks to provide the best price-quality ratio and package innovation. Customers trust NedCard to deliver a reliable product created by a stable team of specialists.
“We are open to provide any assembly activity where our competencies are required,” says Frans Geurts, CEO. “We have proven our mettle in the smart card area, and with a constantly motivated team, we are broadening our scope to provide the needs of the future.”