Loudon Machine, a full-service company focused on the commercial printing industry, has been acquired by Goss International.
Lisbon, Maine-based catalog printer The Dingley Press has announced a $17 million dollar expansion that will increase the company's printing capacity. As part of the expansion, Eric Lane, The Dingley Press president and CEO, told Printing Impressions that the company has purchased a new Goss Sunday 3000 heatset web offset press that will be installed in December, a third co-mail line manufactured by SIM Products that will be added in January, and a supporting robotic arm at the end to stack the printing signatures.
Goss announced a deal to acquire Graphic Automation Controls in an asset transaction.
Contiweb has a new identity, logo and website. This reflects its evolution into a web offset, web inkjet, finishing products provider.
Hudson Printing has formed a new digital division, Hudson Digital, and has invested $10M in three presses, one Goss and two HP Indigos.
Community Impact Newspaper has invested in a $10 million press from Goss International, which was constructed inside its facility.
A new collaboration between Goss International and Elettra will deliver value-added solutions and provide dramatic waste reductions.
At the Presstek LLC booth at Graph Expo 16, the Presstek 52DI ECO-UV will take center stage.
The following is a sampling of just some of the new products that were featured at drupa 2016.
After 11 days at drupa 2016, the 1,837 exhibitors from 54 countries unanimously reported excellent business deals, extremely promising contacts and a positive outlook for the global printing industry. The mood could hardly have been better: the investment climate is extremely good and has by far exceeded all expectations.