Universal Coding Corporation LLP (UCC), globally recognized for coding services, officially unveiled its barcode, QR Code, and RFID systems for the first time in the Egyptian market.
The announcement took place during a press conference held in Cairo, attended by Essam El Naggar, Head of the General Authority for Export and Import Control, and Tarek El Hobay, President of the National Food Safety Authority, along with various stakeholders in the industry.
During the press conference, the company has signed multiple collaboration protocols with regional and international partners. Among these partnerships, UCC is set to collaborate with Digital Business Solution (DBS) on projects related to definitional solutions and international coding, aligning with Saudi Arabia's Vision 2030. Additionally, a collaboration protocol has been signed with DI Consulting Gmph to develop Track and Trace systems for regulatory bodies and governments, aiming to control, monitor, and track the movement of medical and food products.
These collaboration protocols aim to facilitate entry into global markets, achieving both regional and international expansion. This initiative is part of the company's broader strategy to find real solutions to combat the monopoly in the barcode industry in Egypt and worldwide. Under these agreements, UCC will offer a comprehensive package of products, services, and innovative solutions to customers across various segments, leveraging the latest advancements in digital coding technology. This move aligns with the accelerated digital transformation in Egypt.
Ahmed Sweilam, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Universal Coding Corporation, expressed pride in launching UCC's services in the Egyptian market. He emphasized the company's commitment to delivering the best value to customers with competitive pricing and advanced features.
Sweilam highlighted UCC's role in enhancing and supporting Egypt's digital transformation, a key objective of Egypt Vision 2030. He noted that the launch of an Egyptian barcode services company capable of global competition contributes to the export of digital services, thereby supporting the Egyptian economy.
For his part, Hassan Ali, CEO of Universal Coding Corporation, stated, "The launch of UCC's services in the Egyptian market is one of the company's most significant achievements. With a large base of local, regional, and global agents in over 32 countries worldwide, we look forward to adding more global agents. The company's mission is based on innovation and creativity by providing globally accredited technological services that can be used anywhere in the world, disrupting conventional norms in global markets."
UCC specializes in barcode services containing all product-related data. Additionally, the company offers Quick Response (QR) Code services, storing various information such as numbers, letters, complex languages, branching links, email addresses, and even complete contact information for specific individuals. The company also provides Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) technology, allowing for identity verification using radio waves. RFID relies on serial-coded labels to identify products, with information recorded on a chip or a tiny attached antenna chip that can receive and transmit data through radio waves.