The Goss Pacesetter Club admits new members each year as specific targets are met and productivity records continue to be broken.
Goss International and Innotech have installed full-color panorama gatefold capabilities for The New York Times to allow the publisher to offer advertisers innovative placement opportunities to create maximum impact. The press enhancement project involved retrofitting each of two existing Goss Colorliner press lines with a custom-configured Innotech Panorama Gatefold System.
The Goss Packaging Technology Center recently held its first "open" demonstration week following weeks of closed testing sessions and private demonstrations. Flexible and board applications were demonstrated to more than 40 prospects representing a range of packaging facilities across the United States and Canada.
RESTON, VA—It would have been hard for even the most tenacious of travelers to not be impacted by the significant challenges that the fire at the FAA facility in Aurora, IL, caused for people attending GRAPH EXPO 14 and co-located CPP EXPO last month. But despite 4,251 flight cancellations and over 12,000 significant delays at Chicago's two major airports during the show, attendees found a way to get to the show.
A fire at the FAA facility in Aurora, IL, imparted significant challenges to those flying into Chicago for GRAPH EXPO 14. But despite 4,251 flight cancellations and over 12,000 significant delays at Chicago's two major airports, orders and optimism were up from last year's show.
CHICAGO—At GRAPH EXPO 14, Miami-based Colonial Press International sealed the deal for a new 2x8 Goss Sunday 3000 press that will triple its existing press output and boost competitive capacity across a broader range of products.
Colonial Press in Miami signed on for a new 2×8 Goss Sunday 3000 press at GRAPH EXPO 14, to triple its existing press output.
At the end of the EXECUTIVE OUTLOOK Conference on Sunday at GRAPH EXPO 14, the "Best of Category" Must See 'Ems Award honorees were announced. Chosen from among all 2014 Must See 'Ems winners, these technologies represent the cream of this year's technology crop in the graphic communications industry.
"A big change" is how Ike Weiss, production manager for Adams Publishing Group (APG) of Ohio, described a recent $200,000 upgrade to the company's existing 1971 Goss Urbanite Press. The upgrade included the addition of two units and a new folding mechanism to increase the quality, clarity and color of the company's printed products, that include The Athens Messenger and its sister publications.
The 2014 Must See 'ems winners have been selected and will be on exhibit at GRAPH EXPO 14 and the co-located CPP EXPO show, slated for Sept. 28 to Oct. 1, at Chicago's McCormick Place. Chosen by a panel of industry experts, these innovative technologies represent advances in 11 categories spanning the entire graphic communications industry.