DLRT Ltd History
DLRT Ltd was formally known as DLRS Ltd and was established in Northern Ireland, in 1985 by a joint venture between De La Rue, the world renowned security printer, and the Jefferson Smurfit Group.
By 2007, DLRS Ltd had become wholly owned by Smurfit Kappa following a restructuring of the De La Rue business.
In May 2015, DLRS Ltd became a member of the TALL Group of Companies, changing its name to DLRS (NI) Ltd, adding its 24-strong workforce to the TALL Group’s industry-leading portfolio of secure print and payment solutions, and expanding the Group’s geographical and product coverage.
Since that date DLRS (NI) Ltd has developed a reputation for high quality and superior service, manufacturing and personalising cheque books on behalf of a number of large high street UK and Irish banks, such as Clydesdale, Bank of Ireland and Santander, dispatching these directly to bank customers.
In May 2016, DLRS (NI) Ltd became DLRT Ltd reflecting the company’s continued integration into, and strengthening business relationships within, the TALL Group of Companies.
Providing a total end to end solution to its clients, DLRT Ltd – a CPAS accredited printer – is an active member of the Cheque and Credit Clearing Company (formally APACS), offering consultancy services on counterfeit and fraud, with design, secure print and personalisation of the standard ranges of cheque and credit book products supplied. In addition, DLRT Ltd produces secure documents for government applications.