The New York Times signs LOI with Goss for major multi-site press color expansion
Press release from the issuing company
June 21st, 2004 – The New York Times has signed a Letter of Intent (LOI) with Goss International at NEXPO, Washington DC, for a multi-site investment program that will include tower additions and couple additions across four newspaper printing facilities.
The order will include three Goss large newspaper tower additions and a further thirty-six couple additions across The New York Times Edison and College Point facilities, plus the Boston Globe and Lakeland Ledger locations.
Tom Lombardo, Vice President of Production for The New York Times commented on the third day of NEXPO, “This major press equipment order with Goss will enable us to expand our color production capability to better serve our readers and advertisers across the country.
“The consistent high quality of The Times color reproduction has been well served by Goss in the past and we look forward to increasing our color capacity.”
The total New York Times color expansion project includes:
New York Times, Edison and College Point plants – 33 Goss color couple additions
Lakeland Ledger – One Goss Colorliner tower addition plus 3 color couple additions
Boston Globe – Two Goss Global Newsliner tower additions
Bob Brown, CEO of Goss International stated, “We are very pleased and excited to be working with The New York Times on this major new multi-site project. The New York Times is a strong partner to Goss and we appreciate the opportunity to be able to provide innovative production solutions for them yet again.”
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