manroland Goss web systems – Press releases
manroland Goss web systems announces new group added to portfolio of Engineered Solutions.
Investment in future success: Acorn Web Offset Ltd. opts for a 32 page LITHOMAN press from manroland Goss web systems.
After the successful merger of the two printing press producers, manroland web systems and Goss International, the newly formed company can look back on a successful financial year 2018.
Leadership in North America Committed to Successfully Execute Company’s Solutions-Based Strategy:
Printing solutions provider manroland Goss web systems Group (MGWS) and GWS Printing Systems (GWS) of the Netherlands announce the signing of a Share Purchase Agreement covering MGWS’s acquisition of the Dutch specialist in used web offset equipment.
manroland Goss, being the high-performance business partner for the print industry, further expands its Engineered Solutions and Service Solutions for third party equipment.
Bradford & Bigelow, the New England specialty printer well-known for its diversified and best-in-class product portfolio, announced the purchase of a LITHOMAN 48-page four-color press for its 50,000 square-foot pressroom addition at its Newburyport, Massachusetts plant location.
The up-to-date newspaper printing system COLORMAN e:line demonstrates efficiency and ergonomics After the overwhelming success by the first COLORMAN e:line newspaper printing system, commissioned in 2014 under the name “Gipfelstürmer” (Summiteer), WEISS Druck now order the second identical machine of this type.
manroland Goss presents itself as reliable and innovative market leader in web press technology manroland Goss web systems, the company recently established by the merger of manroland web systems and Goss International, proudly looks back at a successful World Publishing
Customer-oriented solutions the focus of combined company During the Print 18 tradeshow in Chicago, September 30th through October 2nd, manroland Goss web systems presented the plan for the future of the company to the print community.