MD Latest News
25 Mar 2016
NAS Awards MD a Multi-Year Maintenance Contract for Microfilm Scanners
The National Archives of Singapore (NAS) has awarded Micrographics Data (MD) a maintenance contract for 3 units of Wicks & Wilson Professional Microfilm Roll Scanners... read more17 Feb 2016
NHB Awards MD a Contract to Supply Museum Archival Conservation Materials
The National Heritage Board of Singapore (NHB) has awarded Micrographics Data (MD) a contract to supply museum archival storage materials to the Heritage Conservation Centre... read more15 Feb 2016
NLB Awards Supply of Microfilm Cabinets Contract
The National Library of Singapore (NLB) has awarded Micrographics Data (MD) a contract to supply 6 microfilm cabinets... read more05 Feb 2016
NTU Awards Professional Book Scanning Contract
The Nanyang Technological University of Singapore Technological Library has awarded a contract to MD to digitize up to 50,000 pages of... read more04 Feb 2016
LKC Natural History Museum Awards Contract to Supply Drying Agents for Museum Casing
The Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum has awarded MD a contract to supply Prosorbs humidity control drying agents to be used in... read more08 Jan 2016
NAS Awards Supply of Microfilm Consumables
The National Archives of Singapore (NAS) has awarded Micrographics Data (MD) a contract to supply micrographics supplies... read more22 Dec 2015
NUS Awards Contract to Supply Book Scanner
The National University of Singapore Central Library has awarded Micrographics Data (MD) a contract to supply, install and commission a high resolution A2 size overhead book scanner... read more30 Nov 2015
NAS Awards Contract to Supply Conservation Archival Boxes
The National Archives of Singapore has awarded MD a contract to supply metal edge clamshell boxes for conservation purpose... read more30 Nov 2015
NAS Awards Contract to Supply Audio Tapes Archival Enclosures
The National Archives of Singapore has awarded MD a contract to supply archival enclosures for audio tapes of varies sizes... read more14 Oct 2015
NTU Awards MD a Contract to Custom-make Archival Boxes
The Nanyang Technological University of Singapore Chinese Library has awarded MD a contract to custom-make to size archival quality boxes for their thread-bound Chinese books in order to protect the books from ... read more
Welcome to MD
Since 1989, Micrographics Data has been providing quality products and services to our global customers in Archives, Libraries, Museums, Financial Institutes, Medical, Construction, Oil & Gas, Publishers & more. We started off as a microfilming service bureau 21 years ago and initiated the microfilming standards in Singapore – SS 520:2006 (CP69: 1998), SS 521:2006 (CP70: 1998), SS 522:2006 (CP71: 1998) and SS 523:2006 (CP72: 1998) – Code of Practice for microfilming 16mm/35mm technical drawings and newspapers.
Moving on 21 years later, we have expanded into complementing services such as archival quality document scanning, professional book scanning, film scanning, commercial digital image processing and digital to microfilm conversion (digital preservation). To provide a holistic solution to our customers, we have included Preservation & Conservation products and services such as wide range of archival supplies and anoxia disinfestation treatment respectively. Pushing the frontier of innovation, we have also introduced our own proprietary line of products such as the archive writer – MD AW1Series which converts digital to microfilm for long term digital preservation.
Our challenge today is to remain relevant in today’s fast changing business environment with the presence of the internet, social media and various media platforms and be prepared for future technology. Micrographics Data provides quality archival solution to our customers. We strongly advocate pre, midst and post (PMP) sales support to our customer which explains why our customers remain loyal to us for so many years.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us and we will reach out to you immediately. Insist on MD QUALITY today!
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