Goss launched the Omnicolor II upgrade for the M-600 press, which supports color control and reduces start-up waste, turnaround time.
This week Julie Greenbaum highlights industry news from Metzgers Printing and Mailing, the 2015 SGIA Expo, Goss International, the Mittera Group, Printing Industries of America and Rochester Institute of Technology, and Instantprint.
An eight-unit Sunday 2000 press will boost output and paper savings at Sandhills Publishing in Lincoln, Nebraska.
Goss has named Mohit Uberoi as its new president and CEO. Uberoi previously served as president and CEO at B&W MEGTEC.
A range of six unwinder/splicers and rewinders have been developed by Goss International specifically to address digital web printing requirements. The new product lines have been designed to equal the Contiweb signature splice performance of 99.7 percent for digital webs.
This week Julie Greenbaum highlights Printing Impressions interview with Lawrence Chou, founder of MGX Copy in San Diego. Other news featured this week is from Times Printing, Delaware Senator Carper, Forum Communications Printing, Royle Printing and W.D. Hoard, Goss, Precision Dialogue Direct, and coverage of the 350,000 programs that were produced by the Knights of Columbus in-plant for the Pope's visit to Philadelphia.
W.D. Hoard’s printing business, located in Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin, will be merged into Royle’s print operations.
In a transaction that closed on Sept. 18, 2015, American Industrial Partners (AIP) acquired Goss International from Shanghai Electric.
Henry Wurst Inc. will install a 16-page, five-unit Sunday 2000 press system, replacing two existing five- and eight-unit presses.
To date, more than 2,100 Goss Autoplate units are now running worldwide.