Chinese card manufacturer counts on LEGIC® security
Corporate News - Contactless Smart Cards
Shenzhen Card Intelligent Science & Technology is a professional manufacturer of IC cards and electronic tags and was founded in 2004 as a corporation concentrating on IC card and RFID tag production. The company's product portfolio covers all aspects of card manufacturing and services including the entire production process as well as the personalization, coding and programming.
"We look forward to work with the LEGIC advant technology that fulfils our overall requirements in terms of flexibility and security. As our customers are from many different industries the basic identification technology has to be very flexible", explains Yan Bin Jun, General Manager of Shenzhen Card Intelligent Science & Technology. "The decision for the LEGIC multiapplication technology was definitely the right choice and an important step for our future business. It especially helps us to serve the growing needs to provide multiservice schemes in enhanced transport ticketing or smart campus cards in schools and universities."
Dr Otto Eggimann, Vice President Sales and Business Development of LEGIC, expects a fruitful collaboration: "The flexibility of our technology was convincing. Shenzhen Card Intelligent Science & Technology has a good market position with a lot of interesting customers and prospects, of which we are also going to benefit from the partnership."
About Shenzhen Card Intelligent Science & Technology
Shenzhen Card Intelligent Science & Technology is a professional manufacturer of IC cards and electronic tags and was founded in 2004 as a privateowned corporation concentrating on IC card and RFID tag production. Since its foundation, the company has been using the most advanced technology to create high quality brand and win customers via quality and service. The products include contactbased and contactless IC card and RFID tags (low/high/ultra high frequency).
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