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The wide range of PVC card products and the experience in technology expertise us to become the team leader in the industry. we have been catering both commercial as well as consumer markets since inception. We have ventured into partnerships with various reputed companies for scaling new heights.

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Magnetic Stripe Cards

A magnetic stripe card is a type of PVC card with a band of magnetic material embedded into resin on the back of the card. The magnetic stripe is read by physical contact and swiping past a reading head. Magnetic stripe cards are commonly used in credit and identity cards.

These cards are ideal for the encoding of data, and this makes them ideal for access control and membership schemes. They are commonplace in gyms, supermarkets, shops and many other commercial locations due to their versatility.

  • Enhance security and functionality
  • Hi-Co and Lo-Co magnetic stripes
  • Multiple lines of information encoded
  • Reduce counterfeit and duplicated cards
  • Optional signature panel

PVC Cards

Composite PVC Cards offers the highest durability cards and can withstand card lamination or retransfer card printing.

  • Provide high image quality, flexibility, and temperature durability
  • Stronger than standard PVC cards because they have a polyester core surrounded in PVC material
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White Adhesive Cards

Thin White Blank Adhesive Plastic Cards are standard credit card size and feature a peel-off backing that reveals an adhesive so the card can be applied to other materials, including standard clamshell proximity cards – ideal for personalizing prox cards using a standard card printer.

Plain Cards

Unlike budget PVC Cards, Fargo Cards are made of the highest grade of PVC for the most durable, long lasting cards around. Fargo’s quality manufacturing process ensures that cards are dust and burr free, helping to reduce wear and tear on printer parts.

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