Former Heidelberg Web CEO, Robert Brown to Lead Goss International Corp.
Press release from the issuing company
WESTMONT, Ill., June 11-- Goss International Corporation has appointed Robert A. Brown as Chief Executive Officer. Brown will also serve on the Company's Board of Directors.
Brown joins Goss with over 20 years of experience in the printing press systems industry, including a number of engineering, manufacturing, sales and management positions. Most recently, Brown served as President and CEO of Heidelberg Web Systems, Inc., directing an international operation with facilities in the USA, France and Holland. Brown will begin his duties with Goss immediately.
"I am excited to have the opportunity to work with all Goss' customers, employees and suppliers around the globe," said Brown. "Printing and Publishing is a vital backbone for society and the development of our global economy. Goss has a strong product portfolio and its employees have made significant contributions to the development and advancement of newspaper printing technology. Goss needs to continue to play a key role in the future of the industry and I look forward to working with everyone associated with the Company."
Brown continued, "The Goss brand name is one of the best known in the printing industry, and certainly the one with the widest geographic recognition in the global newspaper press systems marketplace."
"Goss' management team and employees around the world are excited about moving the company forward," said Brown. "No immediate changes are expected but we must begin to address all aspects of the business to focus our resources on meeting our customers' needs."
Goss International Corporation is a global designer and manufacturer of advanced technology web offset press systems for the newspaper and commercial printing industries. Goss supplies a broad range of printing press equipment, OEM parts and services to worldwide markets.
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