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Goss to Show Latest Generation Goss Community at Graphics of the Americas

Press release from the issuing company

Bolingbrook, IL (December 9th 2002) – Goss International confirms that it will be exhibiting a 4-high tower of its latest generation Goss Community press range at the Graphics of the Americas show, Miami Beach, January 24 – 26th 2003. Goss will be showcasing this latest Community press for the Latin American markets, focusing on its features and capabilities both for new press investments and as tower additions to existing Community and even competitor presses The new generation of Community press includes many latest features such as choice of shaftless or conventional drives, optional remote controls for inking and register systems, re-styled facia and improved control desks. Goss International, with its Latin American operations based in Miami, will be presenting its full product range including Universal, Uniliner and Colorliner press systems. Goss people will be on hand throughout the show to discuss lifetime Goss parts, service & support, press additions and enhancements opportunities. Goss International Vice President of Latin America Operations, Ernesto Oliveira, describes the importance of the Goss presence at Graphics of the Americas as follows, "Goss International is the major supplier of newspaper press systems to the Latin American market. As such we wanted to use this show to demonstrate that we are investing in the Community product line, so popular in Latin markets. Oliveira continues, "We are putting significant effort into promoting Goss International capabilities and products around the world – Graphics of the Americas is the third successive major show where Goss has exhibited latest generation newspaper presses. NEXPO, Orlando in June 2002, IfraExpo, Barcelona, Spain in October 2002, and now Miami Beach in January 2003" "We are here to serve the Latin American market – come and find out what Goss International can offer your business in 2003!"