Mr. Hisham Itani, Chairman and CEO at RGH, was interviewed by Le Commerce du Levant magazine following his selection among the top 35 influential Lebanese business personalities by Forbes Middle East. Mr. Itani talked about the company’s growth, strategy and the development of the technology sector in Lebanon. Read more


Resource Group Holding (RGH) announced that its Chairman and CEO, Mr. Hisham Itani, has been recognized by Forbes Middle East for his contributions to the country’s economic growth. The award was the only one dedicated to “Technology”, in praise of RGH’s strong track record in this category. Read more


Our Chairman and CEO shares his outlook on government automation and the importance of biometric technologies in Entrepreneur Middle East. Read more


For the fourth year in a row, Inkript Industries took part in Seamless Middle East 2018 on April 15-16 in Dubai, to showcase the latest in smartcards and security printing solutions. The visitors had the chance to meet our team of experts and get an in-depth overview of the company’s products and services. Seamless Middle East is a dynamic summit and large scale exhibition that hosts the region’s technology providers and brings together the worlds of payments, fintech, ecommerce and retail.

The Minister of Interior and Municipalities H.E. Nohad Al Machnouk announced the launch of the secure vehicle plates in Lebanon at the Traffic, Trucks and Vehicles Management Authority premises in Beirut. The secure vehicle plates provide high security and protect against counterfeit and theft. Read more


Inkript was featured in the Business Year Magazine through an infographic on biometrics and an interview with Mr. Hisham Itani about securing the digital transformation. In the interview, Itani discusses Inkript's role and contribution as a digital security solutions provider in Lebanon and the region. the infographic also shows how Inkript is advancing secure identification, mapping out its different biometric solutions in Lebanon covering transport, travel, banking and telecom. Read more


Inkript was featured in Arabian Business Magazine through an article that discusses the company's role in digital security, especially in creating automated government processes and ensuring an enhanced citizen experience. Read more


The General Directorate of General Security has collaborated with Inkript for the implementation of the biometric passport project in Lebanon. The production of biometric passports has been launched on August 1st, 2016. Read more


Inkript Industries, an RGH subsidiary, took part in Payments ME 2017.

MasterCard awarded Inkript Cards a certificate of Compliance for Card Manufacturing & Chip Embedding.

Inkript Cards has been awarded by Visa a certificate for meeting the applicable security requirements and guideline to Visa’s satisfaction with regard to the scope of card manufacturer and IC Embedder.

Inkript has been awarded a certificate for its participation in the GSM Association Security Accreditation Scheme and satisfied the scheme’s requirements.

Inkript Cards has been awarded by MasterCard a certificate of Compliance for Card Manufacturing & Chip Embedding.

Inkript won the tender for the biometric driving licenses, vehicle registration cards, secure vehicle plates and Radio-Frequency IDentification (RFID) tags (stickers) that rely on a very sophisticated electronic system. The company started the implementation process of this project on the 23rd of September 2016. Watch video


Inkript Industries, an RGH subsidiary, took part in Cards & Payments ME 2016.

Visa awarded Inkript Cards a certificate for meeting the applicable security requirements and guidelines to Visa’s satisfaction regarding the scope of the card manufacturer and IC Embedder.

Inmobiles, a subsidiary of RGH, has benefited from Leap Ventures $10 million which helped strengthen its growth working capital and extend its presence in the Middle East and Africa market. The transaction also helped restructure the company in terms of human resources, develop the R&D and business development team and has asserted the market value of Inmobiles, its potential and scalable offering in the financial community.

The Lebanese Ministry of Labor has collaborated with Inkript for the implementation of the biometric work permit project in Lebanon

The Lebanese Minister of Labor, H.E. Sajaan Azzi, announced the launching of the Smart ID Card for foreign workers in Lebanon. Azzi, who was speaking at a press conference in the presence of Hisham Itani, Chairman & CEO of Inkript, stated that as of the first of January 2016, the ministry will start issuing this new smart card for all foreign workers from all nationalities and sectors of the economy, stressing that the introduction of the new document will enhance transparency and provide increased security and inspection capabilities for each and every foreign worker on Lebanese soil. Read more


Inkript Technologies & Serta -RGH Subsidiaries- took part in the Security Middle East Show 2015. A huge audience of senior security and military, and government officials as well as diplomats and industry executives attended the ceremony and met with the participants. Some 100 local, regional and international defense companies were represented at SMES-2015 


Inkript Industries, an RGH subsidiary, took part in Cards & Payments ME 2015

MasterCard awarded Inkript Cards a certificate of Compliance for Card Manufacturing & Chip Embedding.

Inkript Forms renewed its certification of registration for operating a Quality Management System which complies with the requirements of ISO 9001: 2008 for the following scope of registration: design & manufacturing of commercial & security printing products.

Inkript Cards renewed its certification of registration for operating a Quality Management System which complies with the requirements of ISO 9001: 2008 for the following scope of registration: design & manufacturing of commercial & security printing products

Inkript Cards renewed its certification of registration for operating an Environmental Management System which complies with the requirements of ISO 14001: 2004 for the following scope of registration: design & manufacturing of commercial & security printing products.

Inkript Technologies, an RGH subsidiary, was awarded a contract for supplying the Lebanese Ministry of Interior with the full infrastructure to produce the new electronic and biometric passport for the Lebanese Republic.To execute the project, Inkript Technologies entered into a joint venture with the French firm Gemalto, a leader in digital security. Inkript handles all the programming and software development in-house, while Gemalto is in charge of manufacturing the passports and matching the program’s interface with the coding machines.Read more


Visa awarded Inkript Cards a certificate for meeting the applicable security requirements and guidelines to Visa’s satisfaction regarding the scope of the card manufacturer and IC Embedder.

Inkript was awarded a certificate for its participation in the GSM Association Security Accreditation Scheme and meeting the scheme’s requirements.

Inkript Technologies, an RGH subsidiary, was awarded a contract to deploy a turnkey biometric solution for the Traffic, Trucks and Vehicles Management Authority in Lebanon.The project involves issuing biometric driving licenses; secure electronic vehicle registration cards, secure car plates & RFID tags. Read more


Inkript Technologies, an RGH subsidiary, was awarded a contract for the implementation and issuance of the Biometric Residency Permit in Lebanon.

Inkript Technologies, an RGH subsidiary, was awarded a contract for the implementation and issuance of the Biometric Work Permit in Lebanon.

Inkript Technologies, an RGH subsidiary, was awarded a contract for the implementation and issuance of the Temporary Residency Permits in Lebanon.

Inkript Industries, an RGH subsidiary, was awarded the supply of electoral printing material for the 2015 Mauritania presidential elections.

Inkript Technologies, an RGH subsidiary, was awarded a contract to initiate a new border control system for the Lebanese Government.To execute the project, Inkript Technologies partnered with the French firm Gemalto, a leader in digital security.

Inkript Industries, an RGH subsidiary, was awarded the supply of polling stations for the 2013 Burkina Faso legislative elections.

Inkript to print one million phone cards for Ogero Watch video


Inkript teams up with IDAL for vital security printing plant expansion Watch video


Inkript to print one million phone cards for Ogero. Watch video


Inkript announced the expansion of its plant in Lebanon, one of the most advanced security printing plants in the Middle East, after signing a Package Deal Contract with IDAL (Investment Development Authority of Lebanon).

Businessmen in a small country like Lebanon must pick their niches and leverage their advantages. One great example of this is Hisham Itani, chairman and CEO of Resource Group Holding (RGH), a Beirut-based company that started as a security printing house some 40 years ago. Read more


Inkript was featured in Foreign Policy magazine through an interview with Mr. Hisham Itani, Chairman and CEO of Inkript, where he mentioned that the added value of partnering "with many European companies (providing technology)" comes mainly through providing and managing the service.. Read more


Inkript Industries, an RGH subsidiary, was awarded the supply of ballot boxes, security seals and voting ink for the Iraqi elections.

Inkript Industries, an RGH subsidiary, was awarded the supply of electoral kits, indelible ink and voting booths. All the material was customized according to the specific needs and requirements of the Congo government.

Inkript, an RGH Subsidiary, acquired Unicard (United Plastic Cards Co LLC, member of Al Zamel Group, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia), a leading smartcards manufacturing facility and payment cards personalization center in Dammam, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

Inkript acquired a 50% stake in inmobiles, an established mobile value added applications and solutions provider catering to telecom operators in the Middle East and Africa region.

Africard, subsidiary of Inkript, was awarded the production of new biometric passports for the Central African Republic. The awarded BOT project included the design and implementation of a biometric passport production site, located in the capital Bangui. The site provided a complete network infrastructure and server set-up for citizens’ enrollment, passports production and issuance, and operations management. The setup also allowed fast onsite personalization in a highly secure environment under the control of CAR authorities, in compliance with ICAO and other relevant security standards. The agreement also encompassed the gradual transfer of knowledge to the relevant CAR authorities.

Inkript, a subsidiary of RGH, announced a private placement where by an amount of $20 million was raised in equity from a group strategic investors. The transaction was managed by CFH and the funds will be used primarily for R&D and business development.