By Emmanuel Elebeke
In keeping faith to the new Central bank policy of revamping the nation’s security printing system, Superflux International limited last week commissioned a new ultra-modern factory in its headquarters, Ikeja, Lagos.

Commissioning the project, the central governor, Mallam Sanusi Lamido described the feat as a gallant response to the central bank call for a change of the old order in the nation’s security printing system.

The new secure printing facility is geared towards deploying customized industry machines to undertake such tasks. the company offers security printing services that ranges from corporate cheques, individual cheques, A4 Flowline/Loose Leaves, Managers cheaques/bank cheques, draft, product cheques, customized cheques and pin mailers among others.

In his address, President and Chief executive Officer of Superflux international limited, Mr. Tokumbo Talabi while expressing his gratitude to the dignitaries present at the occasion said I’m impressed that what started as a two man team in 1998 in the lunch room of a friend’s office on Strancher street, Lagos had transformed into a 200 man team in its own custom built facility.

Talabi said the company had over the past 8 years, maintained strict adherence in cheque and document protection solutions with a client base of 17 major commercial banks, over 60 micro finance banks and key companies in manufacturing, education and the public sector.

“Our objective is to empower our customers to operate securely and efficiently through the provision of high quality and integrity based documents,” he explained.

To make this happen, the Superflux boss explained that the company had utilized and developed a wide range of security features ranging from fraud detecting paper, inks, and securely embedded designs to provide protection for their products and prevent document fraud.

In keeping abreast with current trends in the security printing environment, Talabi stated that the company’s manufacturing process had to incorporate cutting edge technology in document protection to ensure that its offerings are relevant to the of the clients.


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