The recipients of the 2014 InterTech Technology Awards have been revealed by the Printing Industries of America. The technologies receiving this respected award have been judged as truly innovative and are expected to advance the performance of the graphic communications industry. The following eleven technologies were selected to receive the award...
Even after 20 years, Goss Sunday presses continue to deliver sharp web offset productivity, print quality and efficiency, with printers in 27 countries relying on them for publications, catalogs direct marketing, retail inserts, packaging and other specialized products.
DURHAM, NH—Rick Nichols, president and CEO of Goss International, announced a reorganization of the company earlier this week. Goss will focus on continuing to serve existing customers and growing market share in the company’s core markets, while expanding into new, neighboring product markets where it has a technological competitive advantage.
Goss International's President and CEO Rick Nichols announced a restructuring of the company—where it will reorganize around its regional service and support centers, unify European operations and expand into neighboring product markets. “This transformation of the company and refocus on growth is critical for the future of our business,” said Nichols.
Retail insert printing specialist Creps United in Indiana, PA, suffered a devastating fire last October. Executives from the company and local officials broke ground in early March for a 100,000-square-foot facility that will house three new Goss Sunday web presses.
INDIANA, PA—Retail insert printing specialist Creps United will add three new Goss Sunday web press systems later this year as it rebuilds and modernizes its production facility here following a devastating fire in October of 2012.
Jake Creps, president of Creps United in Indiana, PA, pledged to rebuild his facility after a fire destroyed it last October. Plans to construct a new 100,000-square-foot facility are fast under way, with three new Goss Sunday presses to follow. Creps says the company will be back in full production in the fall.
The Goss International booth at the Graphics of the Americas trade show (February 21-23, 2013) at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, FL, will provide the platform for collaborating on a wide range of technical solutions designed for the specific requirements of North and Central American markets.
Gone are the days when sheetfed offset presses dominated the Graph Expo show floor. The high costs involved to ship and set up a large, multicolor offset press at a show—coupled with a dearth of revolutionary technology developments to showcase—makes it hard to justify the expenditure.
Digital inkjet printers on display seemingly everywhere, let alone all the buzz surrounding Benny Landa and his Nanographic Printing process, may have captured many of the headlines during drupa 2012, but that doesn’t mean there weren’t a host of new lithographic press introductions, technology demonstrations and productivity enhancements shown within the stands of traditional press manufacturers.