Centro Stampa Editoriale orders Goss Universal 75 press
Press release from the issuing company
November 15th, 2006 - Italian printer Centro Stampa Editoriale has ordered a Goss Universal 75 press for its Grisignano site in northern Italy. The investment will deliver the increased capacity required for a new contract with national daily newspaper Libero.
Mirco and Andrea Comin, owners of Centro Stampa Editoriale, comment, ìWe chose the Universal 75 press primarily for its high quality, speed and flexibility. It has an excellent and proven reputation in the marketplace and, as we already have a Goss press, we know and trust the Goss International organization to meet our expectations and deadlines.î
Scheduled for installation in spring 2007, the 16-page single-width, two-around Universal 75 press will produce the new 64-page tabloid publication in full-color. The press will be configured as four four-high towers, a 2:3:3 jaw folder with quarterfold, four Megtec DLP 1000 splicers and a 60 cm cut-off. It will also be equipped with automatic register controls, a blanket wash-up system and automatic pre-setting of ink keys direct from pre-press data.
Producing magazines, brochures, catalogs, books, manuals and posters as well as newspapers, the Comin group, which owns Centro Stampa Editoriale, has an existing Goss Community press capable of producing 64 tabloid pages, with 32-pages in full color.
Mirco and Andrea Comin continue, "In recent years our customers have demanded more and more color with increased paginations and new product sizes. In order to continue to remain competitive in the marketplace we must invest in technology that allows us to deliver on these demands. This is why we have chosen the Universal press for this latest investment. From our previous experience we also know we can rely on Goss International to provide first-rate after sales support which is very important to us."
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