WAALWIJK, The Netherlands, March 23 /PRNewswire/ -- Technology company IAI industrial systems in Veldhoven, the Netherlands, a subsidiary of the stock listed company DOCDATA N.V. in Waalwijk, the Netherlands, will supply three BookMaster One systems for the personalisation of passports to a non-European country.
The principal of IAI industrial systems will acquire the systems within the framework of an order from the country's government. At request of the country concerned, no further details can be disclosed at this stage.
BookMaster One systems perform the entire personalisation of the passport in one pass through the machine, including a quality verification of all processing done. Thus, the system is able to turn blank passports offered to the machine, into fully personalised passports ready for issuing. BookMaster One systems are already employed in the personalisation of Swedish, Swiss and Ukrainian passports and will also be used for the personalisation of Algerian passports and of passports of one other European country which cannot be disclosed yet. Other IAI systems are employed in the processing of passports for countries such as: The Netherlands, Belgium, Portugal, United Kingdom, Costa Rica, Ireland, Sweden, Estonia and Canada.
Being a leading equipment supplier to the Security Printing market, IAI industrial systems also supplies systems for securing and/or personalisation of ID-cards, driver licences, banknotes, diplomas and other security documents.
Technology company IAI industrial systems also offers laser processing systems for producers of solar cells or modules.
The listed DOCDATA N.V. exists of two lines of business:
Technology company IAI industrial systems (http://www.iai.nl) is a high tech engineering company specialised in developing and building systems for very accurate and high speed processing of all kinds of products and materials. IAI delivers clients globally in the following sectors:
- securing and personalising of security documents - processing of packaging materials - processing of solar cells - processing of other materials
Internet service company Docdata (http://www.docdata.com) is a European market leader with a strong basis in The Netherlands, Germany and the United Kingdom, and exists of four divisions:
- Docdata commerce - Docdata payments - Docdata fulfilment - Docdata media
Further information: DOCDATA N.V., M.F.P.M. Alting von Geusau, CEO, Tel. +31-416-631-100