Goss International presents complete newspaper press portfolio at NEXPO 2005
Press release from the issuing company
February 1st, 2005 – At NEXPO 2005 in Dallas, Texas, Goss International is focusing on innovative technologies, products and services that provide sustainable business value for today, tomorrow and the future.
The Goss International booth will overview the new, broadened newspaper product portfolio, which now includes both press and postpress capabilities, following Goss International’s acquisition of Heidelberg Web Systems in August 2004. Highlights include:
Focus on Goss Technologies – Updates on industry talking points, including the innovative Goss Flexible Printing System technology, now undergoing customer demonstrations in Europe, the Goss DigiRail Digital Inking System and Goss Omnizone postpress supervisory controls.
Tower Additions – Currently selected by several customers in America as the press addition of choice, a two-high double width Goss Newsliner press exhibit features the low waste Goss DigiRail Digital Inking System. Shell cylinder split registration is another key feature of Goss Newsliner press family. More news on the latest Goss Newsliner tower additions orders in the Americas will also be available at the show.
Goss Postpress solutions – The full range of integrated packaging solutions for the Americas, including the latest developments to Goss Omnizone postpress supervisory controls.
Goss Lifetime Support Services – Innovative solutions for the life of a customer’s press system, including parts, service, press audits, enhancements and training. Latest innovations on display include the new Goss Cylinder Rebuild Program.
Goss ENHANCE – The widest range of productivity enhancements including inker, control system, printing unit, folder and reelstand upgrades. The latest Goss Control Console exhibit demonstrates how existing Goss presses can be even easier and more efficient to use
Goss Parts – Reliable because they are manufactured to genuine OEM specifications. Goss Parts service capability is backed by a 24-hour, 365-day business service with fast response, order tracking, plus fast shipment and delivery.
"The whole industry has been watching to see how our combined portfolio of products and technologies would develop," explains David Stamp, Global Director of Marketing for Goss. “ Our shared expertise has been focused on producing the best range of press and postpress products and services for our customers and for the long-term benefit of the web offset industry as a whole.
“We look forward to the opportunity to meet with our customers, discuss requirements and demonstrate our ability to execute, utilizing applied technology that brings cost-effective solutions to today’s publishing challenges. And as host of the official NEXPO 2005 welcome reception, we look forward to greeting all NEXPO visitors!”
The official NEXPO welcome reception takes place on the evening of March 19th. Visit Goss on booth #2703 in Dallas between March 19th and 22nd, 2005.
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