- Governor Aminu Bello Masari Visits the MintThe Katsina State Governor, Aminu Bello Masari on Wednesday 17th March, 2021 visited the Nigerian Security Printing and Minting Plc where he was received by the MD/CE (Mr. Abbas Umar Masanawa) and other key Management staff.
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- Corporate Quality Policy Statement & Objectives for NSPMCORPORATE QUALITY POLICY STATEMENT “The Nigerian Security Printing and Minting plc is committed to be the African foremost printing organization by providing innovative and superior security print and mint products that meet regulatory requirements and are continually improved to ensure that they meet and exceed customer expectations.” CORPORATE QUALITY OBJECTIVES To provide the best quality security print and mint products at all times To employ the most efficient production processes To continually reduce waste generation To increase market share To increase turnover and profitability To continually reduce equipment and machine breakdown To maintain healthy work environment that encourages innovation and creativity.
- NSPM ISO9001 AWARENESSCLICK_LINK: ISO 9001 POSTERS- 11 Nigeria Security Printing and Minting Company kick starts ISO 9001 Certification.
- FG signs MoU to domesticate passport productionThe Federal Government on Tuesday signed a Memorandum of Understanding, for the domestication of production of Nigeria’s international passports. The agreement was signed between IRIS SMART TECHNOLOGY LTD, an indigenous company, and Nigerian Security Printing and Minting Plc at the Ministry of Interior in Abuja. The domestication entails that production of e-passport will be done in Nigeria alone and will no longer be done by foreigners. In his remarks at the ceremony, Minister of Interior, Lt.-Gen. Abdulraham Dambazau (retd), said he was glad to witness the signing of the MoU. The minister said that the process that led to the signing of the MoU began
- Nigerian govt sells stake in Security Printing Company to CBN for N12.4 billionThe Federal Government says the sale of 21 per cent of its equity in the Nigerian Security Printing & Minting (NSPM) Plc to the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) will yield about N17 billion. The Director General of the Bureau of Public Enterprises (BPE), Alex Okoh, disclosed this in Abuja on Tuesday at the official signing of the agreement for the sale of the Federal Government’s 12.4 billion shares in the NSPM to the CBN. Mr Okoh said the conclusion of the transaction represents another success in the implementation by BPE of the Federal Government’s privatisation and commercialisation programme. The BPE DG said the Federal