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Fung Choi, Guangzhou, orders Goss M-500 web press

Thursday, April 19, 2007

Press release from the issuing company

April 18th, 2007 – Leading Chinese media group Fung Choi Media Group (FCM Group) has placed an order with Goss International for a new shaftless M-500 commercial web press. The new press will be installed at its current facility in Guangzhou. The FCM Group’s printing business includes both commercial and publication printing, with products including brochures, leaflets, posters, catalogs, calendars, advertising and promotional material for the fast moving consumer goods industry as well as magazines, books and periodicals for publishers. The project team of FCM comments, “The Goss M-500 press will deliver high print quality and efficiency to our facility and enable us to produce multiple formats for a wide range of printing jobs that we undertake for our customers. Based on proven Goss technology we are confident that this investment will increase the flexibility and efficiency of our business and enable us to attract more customers to use our services.” The new press at the facility will consist of four M-500 units with one web, a Contiweb zero-speed splicer, JF40 folder and Ecotherm dryer. The Goss Omnicon control system and Goss Web Center workflow system for job preparation and data collection will also be supplied. Customers of the Fung Choi Media Group include China Network Communication Group Corporation, China Telecommunications Corporation, Procter & Gamble (China) Ltd, China Mengniu Dairy Co., Ltd., Haier Group Corporation and Tsingtao Brewery Co., Ltd. Fung Choi Media Group Limited and its group of companies is a fast-growing media and marketing group with more than 10 years of development history. Established in 1993 as a printing company, the group’s activities are now conducted through its various subsidiaries and joint controlled entities across Guangzhou, Qingdao, Hong Kong and Singapore.




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