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SecuraSeal scores a six at the 12th edition of the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup (CWC19). 

Following successful security accreditation projects with the International Cricket Council in 2017 for the Champions Trophy and Women’s World Cup, Securaseal were tasked with supplying six key security elements for the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2019 (CWC19) hosted across England and Wales.

  1. Supply all XXL card printers for production of tournament accreditation.
  2. Supply 40,000 XXL PVC cards with bespoke hologram and security features, containing RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) enabled chips.
  3. Design and supply of all RFID enabled scanning stations for remote access control to all CWC19 match venues, including scanning platforms to instantly validate accreditation on arrival with visual checking for security. Implemented to integrate seamlessly in conjunction with existing systems and venue processes.
  4. Supply all additional accreditation materials with personalised and secure composite/fully-recyclable polypropylene cards including contractor build passes, temporary access cards and all CWC19 Opening Ceremony accreditation.
  5. Supply all Accreditation access control and photoboards for all match venues on Correx and foam-board material. 
  6. 24-hr, expert back up and support for all accreditation equipment and materials.

Will Duggins, managing director of Securaseal event accreditation and security films, highlights the honour of being involved in such a prestigious international event. “CWC19 is 2019’s largest UK sporting event. To be involved and operating the very latest scanning and validation equipment has been a pleasure and an incredible experience. We worked closely with Edwin Saayeng, CWC19 Cup Head of Accreditation to achieve a truly new accreditation experience to support the visual access control and validation process on match venues.  Here at Securaseal, we are constantly innovating for our clients to push security techniques and offer bespoke solutions that encompass everything they require but also in a secure package for full event protection.”

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