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Zetes announces it has been awarded a fifteen year contract to implement biometric electronic passports for Gambia. It is estimated that forty thousand passports will be produced each year as part of the subcontracting contract, in which the primary contractor is Africard.
The mounting concerns of counterfeiting, inefficiencies and growing customer and consumer demands across various industry sectors, have compelled the need to collaborate systems’ solutions to ensure a more visible and traceable supply chain process.
Within the framework of a call for tender process, the Federal Public Service (FPS) for Foreign Affairs entrusts Zetes with the personalisation of Belgian ePassports. The contract, which becomes effective on May 1st 2014, covers a period of 5 years. Around 400,000 passports are expected to be produced each year.
Zetes, a leading provider of goods and people identification solutions showcased its ZetesMedea and ZetesChronos and collaborative supply chain solutions at SAPICS 2013.
The SNEDAI (Société nationale d’édition de documents administratifs et d’identification du Sénégal) has awarded Zetes with a contract to produce the Senegalese biometric visa.
Microsoft reports powerful performance
25/10/2013 - 09:58
Microsoft Corp cruised past Wall Street’s quarterly profit and revenue forecasts on Thursday, helped by strong sales of its Office and server software to businesses, sending its shares up more than 5 percent after hours.
Asian bacteria threatens Florida oranges
14/10/2013 - 09:13
Washington - Citrus production in Florida, the world's second largest orange juice supplier after Brazil, is being threatened by a bacteria from Asia that has scientists racing for a remedy.
Namibia Breweries Limited earnings expected to be lower by N$190 million in September
03/10/2013 - 12:31
Namibia Breweries Limited (NBL) said earlier in September that it expects basic earnings per share to be materially lower than the prior year by between 66% and 68% in the year ended 30 June. The company said in a trading statement published by the Namibia Stock Exchange that the decline is attributed to the impairment of a deferred tax asset related to DHN Drinks.
China VAT hike to hit SA consumers
30/09/2013 - 15:54
Johannesburg - China's decision to place a 6% VAT charge on freight and related costs is going to have an impact on the importing price from China, warned Asgar Mahomed, managing director of ICT distributor, Esquire Technologies.
Europe: Retailers eye profits from click & collect
16/09/2013 - 10:40
Paris - European retailers have gone back to bricks and mortar in the hope of turning their online food businesses profitable - racing to build pick-up points to capitalise on shoppers' increasing demand for "click and collect" grocery options.