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Pro Line Printing Incorporated Buys 11th Goss C700i Insert Press

Thursday, July 28, 2005

Press release from the issuing company

July 27th, 2005 – Pro Line Printing Incorporated has purchased its eleventh Goss C700i press to keep up with growing demand at its expanding Reno, Nevada facility. The 66”-wide Goss C700i press, scheduled to be in production September 2005, will be configured with four printing units and one folder. It is the third Goss press to be installed in the new Reno Nevada plant in the last two years. Other recently installed presses include a four-unit, two-folder C700i press installed in September 2004 and a Goss C548 press installed in October 2004. As with the previous C700i press, this new press system will be equipped with the award-winning Goss DigiRail digital inking system for consistent print quality and minimum start-up waste. Leslie Dover, Partner and President of Pro Line Printing Incorporated comments, “The Goss C700i press offers excellent quality and productivity. We can run the presses at maximum capacity of 85,000 impressions an hour, making us very competitive in the market place. This is reflected by the huge growth we have seen in our business over the last few years, especially at our Reno plant, which is continuously expanding.” According to Leslie Dover, setting standards in the industry has always been important to Pro Line. “We pride ourselves on delivering exceptional quality and service. With the best team of people and insert technology in the industry, we continue to set quality and service standards for our customers and our competitors.” Pro Line was the first American web offset company to be 100% computer-to-plate with the production of its first insert in 1999. Following this, the company set a new precedent in applying stochastic screening technology to its insert printing production process. This created a new standard for ensuring better overall quality print, particularly on the type of uncoated paper popular for inserts, contributing further to the successful growth of the company. Leslie Dover adds, “Delivering quality and service are key parts of our business and working with Goss makes this easy. We have worked with the Goss sales and installation team for a number of years and they always deliver what we need, in a timely fashion with ongoing support for our existing presses.” Pro Line specializes in newspaper inserts and print for major retailers in the USA, including Wal-Mart and Home Depot. Pro Line Printing has four sites across the U.S., including its Reno, Nevada facility. Others are based in Pineville, North Carolina, Arlington, Texas and Avon, Connecticut. Tom Reardon, Senior Sales Manager, Eastern Region of Goss International, concluded, “We are very pleased with the ongoing partnership between Pro Line and Goss. This team approach has allowed us to innovate new technologies that have been used by Pro Line to ensure their continued high productivity. We expect to continue this partnership to help Pro Line achieve their aggressive growth targets.”

 

 

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