The Hungarian Banknote Printing Shareholding Company (HBPC), which has accompanied the Prime minister of Hungary during his visit to Mongolia, has signed a contract of cooperation on launching electronic passports.
As a result of this cooperation, national passports will be upgraded into an electronic chip passports.
HBPC has been continuously upgrading and improving technology and experience of their security document products since its establishment in 1925. The company prints security documents such as passports with chip, passports without chip, travel documents, border passes, humanitarian resident permit with EU qualification, humanitarian resident permit for asylum applicants, resident cards, travel documents for refugees, immigrants and protected persons. The company’s operations are controlled by and integrated management system based on the relevant quality (ISO 9001), environment protection (ISO 14001) and information security (ISO27001) standards. The company also has a CWA14641:2009 certificate of High Security Management System for Security Printing.
Supplying citizens with passports with chip is highly effective in passing borders with less trouble rapidly and preserving the safety of confidential information.