Central Engraving and Printing Plant

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Central Engraving and Printing Plant
Native name
中央印製廠
State-owned
Founded 1 February 1941 (in Chungking)
1949 (in Taiwan)
Parent Central Bank of the Republic of China
Website www.cepp.gov.tw

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.

History[edit]

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.[1]

Plants[edit]

  • Ankang Working Site
  • Chingtan Working Site

Organizational structures[edit]

  • Technical Research and Development Division
  • Quality Assurance Division
  • Occupational Safety and Health Division
  • Information Management Office
  • Secretariat
  • Accounting Office
  • Personnel Office
  • Procurement and Supply Division
  • Ethics Office[2]

Products[edit]

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.[3]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Brief History". Central Engraving and Printing Plant. Retrieved 20 June 2018. 
  2. ^ "Organization Chart". Central Engraving and Printing Plant. Retrieved 20 June 2018. 
  3. ^ "Products". Central Engraving and Printing Plant. Retrieved 20 June 2018.