FutureCard splits from ENPI group
Dubai, December 31, 2012
UAE-based FutureCard, a key player in the design, manufacture and customisation of all types of cards, has become a separate entity following a split from Emirates National Factory for Plastic Industries (ENPI), a leading manufacturer of plastic packaging solutions.
Formally under the umbrella of companies found in ENPI Group, FutureCard remains a strong and steady entity that has grown through its international reach and wide range of offerings.
FutureCard has long held its position as a market leader in delivering leading solutions to markets all over the world, which means the company sees a healthy network of clients in the 80 countries they serve around the world.
AyhanYalcintas, the general manager said, “All we have achieved and where we have reached are just a drop in the bucket. We aspire to more and hold our new alliance in high esteem as we tackle the digital world of solutions.”
Since inception in 2002, FutureCard is a lucrative organization, with a constant increase of revenue every year, and an average of 75 million units marketed every month.
The company serves over 1,000 customers in more than 80 countries around the world bringing secure and efficient card solutions.
The company is an expert in the design, manufacturing and customization of all types of cards, from the most basic plastic cards to the most advanced smartcards, and their services continue to thrive as they provide reliable products in order to operate safely in our efficiency driven world.
"Our continued commitment is geared towards relentlessly offering new, enhanced and high added-value services to our portfolio for the benefit of the clients we serve. One of our great advantage is that we are offering a complete range of services along with personalization solutions for banks, retailers, government and telecom operators," said the official.
"Smart card personalization is a complex process that involves intensive handling of highly sensitive data and of course it evolves the latest equipment, right infrastructure and trained staff," he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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