The company is called De La Rue. It is the only company in Kenya allowed to print genuine money in Kenya. The company is contracted by the Central Bank of Kenya to print genuine notes and coins when need arises. It has special machine, which are certified. These machines print only notes and coins in such a way that no one can replicate a genuine note.
The company has no freedom of printing more than the specified notes. Normally; Central Bank identifies the number of notes to be printed. Then they generate unique serial numbers. The serial numbers are then forwarded to De La Rue. Once the company gets order for printing notes, they start working based on the number requested. The process takes months because of the many processes the printing of notes require.
De La Rue designs, integrate, manufacture and deliver banknotes, banknote paper, polymer and security features to their customers around the world to ensure their currency is secured against the threat of counterfeit and fraud.They also support customers with consultancy including DLR Analytics, public education, circulation trials, banknote training, banknote policy and counterfeit analysis.
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