Roto Slog enhances color with Goss Community press
Press release from the issuing company
May 6th 2004 - Roto Slog printing house of Podgorica, Montenegro has placed an order with Goss International for a new Goss Community press for its facility in the south of the republic. Roto Slog print daily newspaper Vijesti and also has a partnership with Westdeutsche Allgemeine Zeitung (WAZ).
Mr. Zlatko Ambrisak, Director at Roto Slog comments, "This order has been made following the success and levels of performance that have been achieved with Goss presses at other WAZ owned sites across the region. The new Community press provides a cost-effective solution to our requirements for increased color and will increase production capacity at our facility whilst ensuring full color capability."
The order consists of four four-high Goss Community towers with motorized ink fountains and one Community SSC folder with quarter folder facility and reverse fly delivery. The press will have a cut-off of 578mm and will
print up to 32 pages in full color in one pass.
WAZ says, "The Goss Community press will give us unrivalled speed and quality for its class as well as enhanced flexibility, production capacity and a reduction in our waste. In this market the requirement to cut waste whilst still producing a high quality newspaper product is becoming a more popular trend and is one that we hope we can achieve with this new press investment.
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