Central Engraving and Printing Plant
1 February 1941 (in Chungking)|
1949 (in Taiwan)
|Parent||Central Bank of the Republic of China|
The Central Engraving and Printing Plant (CEPP; Chinese: 中央印製廠; pinyin: Zhōngyāng Yìnzhìchǎng; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: tiong-iong ìn-chè-chhiúⁿ) is a subsidiary of the Central Bank of the Republic of China. It is responsible for printing the paper bank notes of Taiwan in its currency, the New Taiwan dollar.
The company was established in Chungking on 1 February 1941. After 1945, it was relocated to Shanghai and a plant was established in Peking. In 1949, the company was relocated again to Taiwan in Sanchong Township, Taipei County. In 1964, it was relocated to Xindian Township.
- Ankang Working Site
- Chingtan Working Site
- Technical Research and Development Division
- Quality Assurance Division
- Occupational Safety and Health Division
- Information Management Office
- Accounting Office
- Personnel Office
- Procurement and Supply Division
- Ethics Office
Banknotes of New Taiwan dollar printed by the plant are NT$100 note, NT$200 note, NT$500 note, NT$1000 note and NT$2000 note. It also prints certificates such as the Republic of China passports, Exit & Entry Permits, visas, National Identification Cards, land title certificates, diplomas, marriage and divorce certificates, postage stamps, shopping vouchers, postal gift coupons, wine labels, checks, bonds, etc.