Dubai-based Workz wins major international accolade

The Nilson Report names Workz as one of world's 10 leading SIM card manufacturers.
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Workz has delivered more than 1.6 billion products in the past 12 months.

The Nilson Report has declared Workz, the Dubai-based mobile and IoT solutions provider, as the world’s largest scratch card manufacturer for the third time in a row and among the top 10 leading SIM card manufacturers.

The declaration comes as Workz this week announced it had delivered a total of more than 1.6 billion products in the last 12 months. This comprised of SIM cards, embedded SIM chips and scratch cards - produced at its facilities in Dubai and Bosnia and Herzegovina - to mroe than 100 clients (such as mobile network operators and device manufacturers) across 60 countries.

The Nilson Report is a respected auditor of the mobile and payments industry. The yearly publication gathers data and assesses suppliers from more than 80 countries across the world.

Commenting on the report, Tor Malmros, co-CEO of Workz said: “To be recognised as a world number one for the third time is a testament to the sustained effort put in by the entire team. We’d like to extend our appreciation to all our customers for their support. We continue to invest in technology and our team with the aim of delivering the most secure, and affordable future-proof solutions available.”

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