Workz ranked as the number one scratch card producer

Dubai based Workz is also the 13th largest manufacturer of mobile SIM cards globally
Workz CEO Brad Taylor : We believe in offering mobile network operators the highest quality products.
Workz CEO Brad Taylor : We believe in offering mobile network operators the highest quality products.

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Workz Group has been ranked as the number one scratch card manufacturer in the world by the Nilson Report, having shipped over 1 billion prepaid phone cards. The company has also bagged position as the 13th largest manufacturer of mobile SIM cards globally, with nearly 40 million cards produced annually.

Workz CEO Brad Taylor said : “In recent years, we have made significant investments in our new manufacturing facilities and developed new and efficient products like MacWhite 2.0.  We believe in offering mobile network operators the highest quality products on the market.  Nevertheless, this wouldn’t have been possible without a strong and highly-dedicated team whose principal goal is to provide the best quality scratch cards, SIM cards and packaging on the market.  It’s also a testament to the strong partnerships we have with our clients which has enabled us to work closely together to continually improve and develop our offering.  We recognise the tough market conditions our clients are operating in, and our goal is simply to offer the lowest cost, best quality solution and add value wherever possible.

The Nilson Report audits top card and mobile manufacturers in the world.  The report is derived based on the 976 million scratch card products produced and delivered to over 60 mobile network operators in more than 40 countries across the Middle East, Africa, Asia and Eastern Europe.  The complete Nilson rankings can be viewed here.

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