Ortis S.A., Poland invests in Goss M-600 press to increase efficiency and productivity
Press release from the issuing company
January 4th, 2007 – In a market driven by customer demand for high print quality at competitive prices, established offset printing house, Ortis S.A. has invested in a new Goss
M-600 C press, to streamline productivity and increase efficiency.
The new press will be located at the company’s facility in Bydgoszcz, in the West of Poland, and will be used to print magazines, catalogues, promotional material and books for the domestic market as well as a number of other European countries.
According to Jadwiga Mojzesowicz-Bilewska, president of Ortis S.A, “Competition in the commercial market is very high, so understanding our customers’ specific needs is the key to our success. We constantly evaluate our service offerings through market research and customer surveys to gauge expectations and requirements and over the years, we have noticed a growing demand for faster turnarounds on shorter run lengths but still with the requirement for excellent printing quality.”
Ortis S.A. has chosen the M-600 web offset press in order to better service its clients, citing the proven design of the press model as the key factor to its decision, “We wanted a press that would increase our existing capacity and enable us to meet current and future customer demand. The M-600 press is well-known for its solid reliability and excellent print quality and in addition, its ability to achieve faster makereadies through the Autoplate plate changing system will enable us to deliver to our customers much faster,” confirms Jadwiga Mojzesowicz-Bilewska.
Ortis S.A. currently runs three web offset presses and one sheetfed press. The installation of the M-600 press will open up new business opportunities for the company including a range of new products.
With a speed of up to 55,000 impressions per hour, the M-600 press at Ortis S.A. will include extensive waste reduction features that make it ideally suited to print shorter runs competitively. In addition, the order comprises the award winning and revolutionary Goss Ecocool dryer that improves print quality, enhances web control and reduces space requirements.
Jadwiga Mojzesowicz-Bilewska concludes, “We have recently adapted our on-site facility to include a warehouse and have purchased perfect binding and saddle-stitching equipment. We are confident that our investment in the Goss M-600 press will increase our competitive positioning in the market and enable us to explore new production possibilities.”
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