California newspaper is latest to select Goss Magnapak packaging system
Press release from the issuing company
January 24th, 2006 – The paper will install a shaftless Goss Magnapak system with 32 stations to increase insert capacity, efficiency and zoning capabilities. Goss will supply its Goss Omniflex supervisory controls to complement the packaging system, which will be used primarily for Sunday packages. The configuration will allow total market coverage (TMC) address labeling with in-line inkjet printing. The installation will begin in May 2006.
The Fresno Bee is owned by The McClatchy Company of Sacramento, California. The paper has a daily circulation of approximately 160,000 and a Sunday circulation of more than 190,000.
Six additional newspapers in California and Nevada have installed large Goss Magnapak and Goss NP632 packaging systems over the past 18 months, including The Press-Enterprise in Riverside, the Stockton Record, The Modesto Bee, the San Francisco Chronicle and The Daily News of Los Angeles in California, and Sierra Nevada Media Group of Carson City, Nevada.
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