Master Graphics has invested in Goss Sunday 2000 press system in a bid to enhance its production operations.
Goss Sunday 2000 press system has been developed to be used in a range of web offset applications.
The system features advanced gapless blanket technology, which helps to accelerate speed and reduce both time and cost.
With heavy-duty side frames and 1:1 in-line cylinder stacks, the press system holds a capacity to manage a wide range of jobs.
Sunday 2000 presses are provided in 16-page or six-pages-across 24-page formats, which produce 50% more pages per revolution.
The system’s 15-roll convertible inkers, motor-driven fountain rollers, duotrol dampening systems, cooling vibrators and individual inker will allow printers to enhance the quality of printing.
Master Graphics CEO Ken Love said: “We are very happy with the performance of those machines and with the excellent parts and service support from Goss, so as we move our business forward it made perfect sense to build on the existing partnership with Goss and invest in another Sunday 2000 press system.”
Goss area sales manager Mike Shaw said: Goss looks at each customer’s needs and develops an individualized solution that best meets their needs. We sincerely appreciate our long-term partnership with Master Graphics.”
Goss produces automated and productive web offset presses for packaging, magazine, newspaper, catalog, direct mail and other printing applications.