manroland Goss web systems – Press releases
The success story continues: Quad adds two new manroland Goss LITHOMAN presses to its fleet of machines
manroland Goss adds two new LITHOMAN IV presses to Quad's machine park at Hartford site.
Re!think! packaging printing: Web offset as key technology in the transformation process to a more sustainable packaging
manroland Goss will be discussing web offset as a key technology for sustainable packaging at trade fairs in the coming weeks
Printing and Publishing Company Botswana signs service contract with manroland Goss for optimal machine performance
With intelligent software, manroland Goss contributes to more efficient and sustainable print production.
Perfect match for quality and economy: web offset and LED UV breakthrough technology successfully combined at Bradford & Bigelow
manroland Goss successfully completes installation of a new press line - using LED-UV Technology for energy efficiancy.
manroland Goss announces acquisition of Galred as an add-on to GWS: strengthening its position in the Used Packaging Industry
manroland Goss and GWS Printing Systems B.V are pleased to announce their acquisition of Galred Europe B.V, a renowned and established trading house in the used packaging industry.
catalogues for searching spare parts are a thing of the past. manroland Goss enables easy ways for identifying spare pars via Partium app: use semantic text search, AI-driven image search and more to find your spare part.
Plastic has become an indispensable material for the food industry. In addition to fresh foods being wrapped in plastic for protection, a growing number of people are turning to frozen foods and convenience meals.
Rethinking packaging printing: The focus is on the VARIOMAN packaging printing solution, which is pioneering the way for the future of printing thanks to proven manroland Goss technology.
A series of major orders continues at manroland Goss: capacity utilization secured, skilled workers sought
Manroland Goss hosted a very special recruiting event under the motto "Printing Industry?!? More digital than you think. - Expect the Unexpected." For several years now, the company has been a member of the regional network "Talente für die Region" (Talents for the Region), which Christian Gebler established in southern Germany. This network connects students, universities, and regional companies with each other in order to keep the young talents of tomorrow in the region. The network meeting - this time in a loungey industrial atmosphere in the assembly hall in Augsburg - gave approximately 200 guests the opportunity to see the products, services and, above all, the people behind them live.