Security printer Packtica to expand with SecurePack, CheckNow

Packtica online QR authentication platform

KUALA LUMPUR: Security printing firm Packtica Sdn Bhd plans to expand its business base through its two products --SecurePack of security packaging and CheckNow featuring online QR authentication platform.

Packtica, which specialises in providing high technology security printing solutions, said on Wednesday, its Qdots -- the latest security enhancement technology -- completes its range of applications to determine authenticity, identity and traceability.

The company had recently signed an MoU with Shenzhen Qianhai Quantum Cloud Code Technology Co. Ltd for the Southeast Asia dealership of its QDots products and for technology transfer.

Packtica plans to provide its full range of comprehensive solutions to local companies and also clients in the region with its latest co-operation with a mainland China partner.

Packtica founder and managing director Bryant Kooh said the company delivers robust and valuable services to its clients with continuous in-house R&D integrated with advanced technology from our network of partners in leading countries for improvements and ever-changing security printing technology.

“Our customisable products and services have high efficiency and can be used by all market segments, especially on product protection & authentication, traceability, identifying fraudulent activities such as counterfeit, parallel import and price dumping.

“We have produced more than 30 million pieces of QR code labels and high security labels to ensure consumers are using genuine products, ” he said.

Packtica has expanded its business operations to Thailand and the Philippines and it plans to set up office in Indonesia and Vietnam.

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