Security element developed by ANY


ANY Security Printing Company PLC has recently delivered completely renewed passport booklets with unique colourful covers to Vanuatu. The most significant specialty is definitely the colourful graphics on the cover. Thanks to R&D of ANY, Vanuatu became the very first country introducing such fully ICAO compliant travel documents, which are enriched with multicolour features on the cover as well.

The new passport booklet, in comparison with the previous one, now contains much more security features protecting against falsification and counterfeiting, among others security inks with UV and IR luminescence developed by ANY itself, notably high security graphics with optical variable inks, and a special latent image using intaglio printing technology. The unique watermarked security paper as raw material contains the special security fibres and shiny dots manufactured by ANY’s Document Security Laboratory.

"We are very proud to say, that our world class, high security identification products, which offer protection against falsification and counterfeiting, are now being used in more than 50 countries all over the world", wrote the firm on its website.

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