Goss International to showcase latest value-added technologies at Print China 2007
Press release from the issuing company
March 16th, 2007 – From April 10-14, from an exhibition stand nearly 1000 square meters in size at Print China 2007, Goss International will present its comprehensive product portfolio to the print media industry, including all the latest in Goss innovation and value-added technology.
Goss International has a strong market position in both the commercial and newspaper printing industries in China and other Asian markets. The Goss Newsliner, Universal, Magnum and Community presses are just a few examples of advanced newspaper printing systems that have set the industry leading standards in China. Leading commercial printing to new horizons are the popular 16-page Goss M-600 web press and the Goss Sunday press system with cutting edge features including Goss Automatic Transfer, Autoplate automatic plate loading and gapless blanket technologies. Recently, customers in the region have purchased the Goss M-500 commercial web press because of its exceptionally value, productivity and print quality. Goss International also supplies print finishing, auxiliary equipment and consumables and offers partnership and added value to customers through the Goss Lifetime Support 24/7 aftermarket service.
Print China 2007 will see Goss International exhibiting with its Chinese joint-venture company Shanghai Goss Graphic Systems (SGGS). A new shaftless web offset press based on Magnum press technology with semi-commercial printing capability will be printing high quality products at the Goss International stand. A live demonstration of a web offset book press for the Chinese market will also be shown.
“Despite the challenges print media is facing globally, the Chinese printing market continues to enjoy a high growth rate and ample opportunities. Goss International has made a long-term commitment to this market,” comments Richard Sutis, Goss International President. “The company will showcase bright ideas and value-added solutions to Print China 2007 that will enable printers to lower costs, strengthen productivity and develop new business opportunities.”
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