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Samhwa, Korea, installs second Goss M-600 press to expand opportunities

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

  • New press will open new opportunities with commercial overseas clients
  • M-600 with Autoplate and Omnicon will enhance efficiencies and reduce waste

Samhwa Printing has installed a second 16-page Goss M-600 printing press complete with Autoplate automatic plate changing technology and Omnicon press controls at its high-end facility in Seoul, South Korea.

According to the company, the M-600 press will improve production efficiencies on-site, strengthen sales and open new opportunities for Samhwa and its customers, particularly overseas commercial print buyers.

“Even in the current market situation, we continue to improve print quality by investing in high-quality equipment,” comments Mr Son, Ran-soo, executive director at Samhwa. “The M-600 press has proven itself as the best on the market and allows us to guarantee the highest print quality with the shortest makereadies and lowest waste. The trend we see currently is higher demand for top quality but a reduction in run-lengths. We believe that the latest investment with Goss will satisfy our client needs perfectly.”

As part of its long-held commitment to help printers and publishers enhance efficiency and drive waste reduction, the Goss M-600 press, the world’s best-selling 16-page press, has been continually developed and modified to maintain its leadership position. The latest model includes several energy-enhancing and waste-reducing features allowing Samhwa and its customers to take advantage of industry-best waste figures on job changeovers. Sales opportunities at the company will also be boosted.

The new M-600 press complements existing sheetfed and web capabilities at Samhwa, producing a variety of products including consumer magazines, travel guides, children’s books and soft and hard book covers.

The company serves a wide range of customers, around 60 of which are based overseas, including large publishers, daily newspapers, major business groups and government organizations.

Samhwa Printing has been delivering print products for 50 years through continuous steady investment in high-quality equipment. The company ranks as a print pioneer in Korea and was the first to introduce four-color presses and color scanners to the country.

 

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