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Goss International launches virtual tour of drupa technology

Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Press release from the issuing company

July 29th, 2008 – A virtual tour of Goss International's vibrant and technology-packed stand at drupa 2008 is now available at www.gossinternational.com.

With 360 degree views of the exhibition stand, plus videos and interactive content, the tour offers a glimpse of the technology highlights Goss International brought to the show in Düsseldorf, Germany earlier this year. Eric Bell, Goss International marketing manager, comments, "Goss International had much to talk about at drupa 2008 with the introduction of various new, innovative technologies. The virtual tour provides an excellent tool to review the high points of the show for anyone who missed drupa, or even for those who were there."

Incorporating video and animated footage, the tour allows viewers to explore the M­600 Folia press demonstration area which attracted close to 500 drupa visitors per day. The new Goss M-600 Folia press, launched at drupa, combines sheetfed and web concepts to double the productivity of sheetfed perfector presses.

The Goss Sunday technology update is another highlight of the tour. Outlining the key benefits of the Sunday press series, the tour features the latest addition to the range and the world's first 96-page web press, the Sunday 5000 model. Italian printer Mazzucchelli announced its plans at drupa to follow the first installation of the press worldwide in early 2009 with the installation of a second, identical Sunday 5000 press.

Viewers can discover some of Goss International's newspaper press range with 360 degree spins amongst the press units exhibited and videos to illustrate the new features of the FPS, Uniliner and Magnum 4 presses.

Content also includes Goss print finishing and newspaper packaging system portfolios, an update on Sinapse interactive training simulators, which are now available as an option on Goss Uniliner and Universal presses, and an animated tour of the Goss Web Center workflow system.

Take the virtual tour and re-visit the highlights of drupa by going to www.gossinternational.com now.




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