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Goss continues New Ways for Print theme at IfraExpo

Tuesday, August 19, 2008

Press release from the issuing company

August 18th, 2008 – At IfraExpo 2008 Goss International is demonstrating innovative technologies for web offset production in Hall 8, Stand 420 with its theme – 'New Ways for Print'.

The company will showcase its latest press, finishing and workflow solutions, emphasizing how automation, integration, versatility and commercial capabilities can add value and create new opportunities for newspaper publishers.

Goss International will be highlighting the compact FPS press featuring slide-apart units, the Magnum press with new three-form inker and shaftless drive options, and the latest Universal and Uniliner presses for applications ranging from four to twenty-four pages per impression. The Universal and Uniliner presses have a host of new features including a semi-automatic plate change option, new compact configurations using "T90" layouts, improved heatset/coldset operation with Goss DigiRail inking, and the addition of Sinapse interactive training simulators.

The Goss Lifetime Support program reflects the company-wide philosophy of optimizing performance and competitive lifespan of every press system. Covering service, parts, training and enhancement options, representatives will be on hand at Ifra to discuss opportunities to maximize reliability, productivity and quality from current and future installed press equipment.

Eric Bell, European marketing manager for Goss International concludes, "The combination of powerful technologies and integrated workflows enables us to provide newspaper printers and publishers with competitive advantages and new opportunities in the print arena. We have a range of flexible solutions across the entire product and service portfolio to suit every size business and we look forward to demonstrating their benefits in Amsterdam."

 

 

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