Boston-based Crane Currency signed an agreement Friday with the National Bank of Ukraine to allow Ukraine’s central bank to print foreign bank notes for countries around the world.
Monday, June 25, 2018

Boston-based Crane Currency signed an agreement Friday with the National Bank of Ukraine to allow Ukraine’s central bank to print foreign bank notes for countries around the world.

Boston-based Crane Currency signed an agreement Friday with the National Bank of Ukraine to allow Ukraine’s central bank to print foreign bank notes for countries around the world. Since 1801, Crane has been the sole supplier of paper for U.S. dollar bills. The company makes currency for governments around the world. On her second visit to Kyiv in a year, Crane President Annemarie Watson said Friday: “I hope that this agreement will be the basis for expanding joint long-term projects.” Yakiv Smolii, head of the central bank, said: “In cooperation with Crane Currency, we are ready to offer all our experience and production capacities for manufacturing of banknotes to order of other countries.”

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