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GammTech Rebuilt Stacker at Gaston Gazette

Tuesday, July 07, 2009

Press release from the issuing company

Palmetto, FL -- GammTech, a leading supplier of rebuilt postpress equipment and parts, announced today the installation of a rebuilt Gämmerler KL 507 stacker at the Gaston Gazette in Gastonia, North Carolina.

Currently employed as the plant’s primary stacker, the rebuilt KL 507 is operational up to 24 hours a day, seven days a week, allowing the Gaston Gazette to take its two other stackers offline for refurbishing.  “We purchased the rebuilt KL 507 as part of a plan to extend the life of our existing stackers by five years.” said Mike Ivancic, Operations Director for the Gaston Gazette. “It is a very reliable machine. We have been able to maintain efficiency even while our other two stackers are offline. The GammTech rebuilt machine has performed so well that we plan to continue to use it as our primary stacker when the other machines are returned to production. It is like a new machine.”

The Gaston Gazette’s decision to buy from GammTech was based on the company’s postpress expertise as well as the competitive price GammTech was able to provide.  “It was a compelling offer,” said Mike Ivancic. “We are happy we chose GammTech.”

Headquartered in Palmetto, Florida, GammTech offers postpress equipment users precision-tooled and non-tooled components, rebuilt postpress equipment and refurbishing services, trade-in programs, and customized maintenance plans. Committed to becoming a trustworthy partner to postpress users, GammTech’s mission is to provide superior products and services that help printers achieve and maintain optimal efficiency.

For more information e-mail info@gammtech.com




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