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Maeil Business Newspapers reports unqualified success with Goss Newsliner 90 press

Press release from the issuing company

July 21, 2005 – The Maeil Business news has gone into production with its new Goss Newsliner 90 press featuring advanced web offset technologies. The press was chosen to stay at the cutting-edge of print production in South Korea. Mr. Yoo-Sang Lee explains, ”The Goss Newsliner press is a triumph of design. Based on simple ergonomics, it is straightforward to operate and delivers high-quality, crystal-clear print for our customers.“ The Goss Newsliner 90 press capabilities were demonstrated by The Maeil Business Newspapers at a live 90,000 copies per hour demonstration for many renowned newspaper officials and operation directors, three days before the opening of the general meeting of the World Association of Newspapers (WAN). Mr. Yoo-Sang Lee, Senior Executive Managing Director of Maeil Business Newspapers, described the event, ”It was a great opportunity for us to share with other print experts, who had gathered for the WAN general meeting, the technology that is helping our business meet the high expectations of our readers and advertisers. ”We wanted others in the industry to see for themselves the clear quality of the print and the consistent color register. By watching it live, onlookers could appreciate how little vibration was produced when the press was running and how smooth the paper delivery was.” The press is the sixth Goss Newsliner press purchased by Maeil Business Newspapers and was installed in March 2005. Maeil Business News is South Korea’s leading newspaper with higher circulation figures than any other newspaper in the country. Richard J. Sutis, President of Goss International concludes, “We are delighted to be working with Maeil Business Newspapers, an organisation committed to investing in the latest technologies to achieve the best possible print quality and productivity. The live Goss Newsliner press demonstration held in conjunction with the 2005 WAN congress was another example of Maeil Business Newspapers’ unfailing commitment to the future of our industry. Together with my colleagues, it was our pleasure to attend the Open House and discuss the many advanced features of this superb press with publishers and production executives from around the world.”