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Currency Note Press, Nashik (‘CNP Nashik’) prints high quality banknotes for the Government of India. While initially established in 1928, the production facility became a unit of Security Printing and Minting Corporation of India Limited (SPMCIL) during corporatization in 2006. Located at Nashik road, the campus is spread over in an area of 14 acres, and is equipped with state of the art IP surveillance System. The press also has a residential complex with well supported infrastructure.

More than 40% of Currency Notes circulated in India are printed by CNP Nashik, and its sister unit, Bank Note Press, Dewas. The press has fool-proof accounting of security items, complemented by a service department to ensure maximum in-transit security. At present, employee strength is more than 2,000. The turnover of the unit in FY 2016-17 was Rs 1,100 crores. CNP produced 4,872 million pieces of different denomination of Bank Notes in FY 2016-17.

Security is being provided by the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) for the plant as well as during transportation of Currency note consignments to customer’s destinations. Captive railway treasury wagons / carriages are used for transporting the treasury consignments.