Goss to Champion a Competitive Advantage for Offset #Ipex
BOLINGBROOK, IL—March 25th, 2010—Goss International continues its theme ‘New Ways for Print’ at Ipex 2010, reflecting the company’s focus on innovations that help customers optimize existing operations or break away from traditional production constraints. The theme—as exemplified by key technologies such as the Sunday 5000 press, Ecochill drying, Triliner enhancement and Goss Folia production capabilities—will be represented and demonstrated throughout the Goss International exhibit in Hall 7.
“‘New Ways for Print’ underlines our ability to deliver initiatives that help printers upgrade their capabilities or differentiate themselves by pursuing new opportunities and business models,” comments Jacques Navarre, senior vice president of sales, marketing and product management for Goss International. “This ethos is hard-wired throughout the Goss International infrastructure and typifies our approach to customers and to product development. We are not distracted by the perceived boundaries between processes, but have focused on the dynamics that shape the demand for print and keep our customers competitive.”
At Ipex, Goss International – incorporating products of the Shanghai Electric Printing & Packaging Machinery group, that is: Yawa, Akiyama, Feida, Purlux – will extend this principle to a broader audience, including packaging and sheetfed printers. The coalescence of the two companies is expected to bring new levels of corporate strength and agility to Goss International. The company also anticipates an interchange of technologies and market knowledge enabling more customers to benefit from innovation, value, choice and responsiveness. IPEX 2010 will be the first presentation of Goss products and SEC products together in Europe.
Key products highlighted on the stand will be:
Goss Sunday 5000 press
Goss International’s claims for its unique Sunday technology have now been proven on a public platform, consistently producing high-quality results from the 2860 mm-wide web at Grafiche Mazzucchelli in Italy. Since installation of this, the first 96-page Sunday 5000 press, it has rapidly become the touchstone for larger printer/ publishers looking for an industrialized production model that can help them to compete and win. The second Goss Sunday 5000 press is currently undergoing installation and commissioning at Spanish commercial and publication printer ALTAIR.