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Goss Acquires Graphic Automation Controls, Inc.

Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Press release from the issuing company

DURHAM, N.H. – As part of its ongoing strategy to establish industry partnerships that deliver value-added solutions for its customers, Goss International today announced the acquisition of Graphic Automation Controls, Inc. (GAC) in an asset transaction.

“Goss is focused on growing our aftermarket and service business for our installed base,” says Stan Blakney, Chief Operating Officer of Goss. “This is the first of many expansions of those capabilities we see in the near term.”

GAC focuses on full PLC integration and control systems upgrades for printing and packaging presses. GAC also provides on-site service support, fill in plant maintenance and press audit services. Additionally, GAC specializes in obsolete and hard-to-find electrical parts for the printing and packaging industries.

The acquisition will provide benefits for both Goss and GAC customers by unifying its aftermarket services network. It also serves to enhance Goss’ drive and controls upgrade capabilities while strengthening its ability to provide service and parts to OEM equipment other than Goss.  

“Goss’ goal is to become the premier printing solutions and support partner to our customers,” says Blakney.

Dave Soden, Vice President of Operations and Product Development for GAC believes the acquisition serves to strengthen the services each company provides individually. “We are excited to be a part of Goss,” said Soden. “This partnership will enhance our capacity to provide excellent aftermarket parts, services and enhancements.”

Blakney adds, “Goss is focused on driving a customer first culture, an approach that GAC has fully embraced over the years. The addition of GAC to our portfolio ensures we stay competitive and continue to provide the best possible service for our customers.”

 

 

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