Goss International to highlight unique web offset opportunities at IGAS 2011

September 14th, 2011 - At IGAS 2011 (September 16th to 21st, Tokyo Big Sight exhibition center), Goss International will present its unique web offset innovations specifically designed to improve productivity and efficiency and create new opportunities. In addition to its exhibit on booth #18 in Hall EAST, Goss International will also offer thought leadership on the key technical challenges for commercial and newspaper printers by means of a seminar open to all visitors to the show.

President of Goss International Japan, Kazuhiko Yasuzawa comments, "We believe in the importance and continued vitality of web offset printing in today's increasingly electronic world. We are convinced that web offset printing can continue to provide a highly competitive and cost-effective way to communicate advertising and editorial content.I would like to personally invite all printers who are open to new opportunities to come to visit the Goss booth at IGAS 2011."

Goss International will host a technical seminar on the first day of IGAS. Focusing on the hot topics of waste reduction, improved efficiency, shorter production windows and optimizing the environmental impact of printing, Goss representatives will present on best practice for maintaining profitability against increasing economic and media challenges. The seminar will also highlight Goss innovations developed to combat these challenges, such as Automatic Transfer, Ecocool drying technology, DigiRail digital inking and the latest Sunday Vpak press with variable sleeve technology for package printing applications.

The Goss International thought leadership seminar will begin at 13:00 on September 16th in Conference Tower Room 703.

Adjacent to the booth of sheetfed press manufacturer Akiyama International, also a Shanghai Electric company, Goss International will also highlight its full portfolio of presses, including those chosen by leading commercial printers and newspaper publishers throughout Asia. These include the Goss M-600, Folia, M-500, M-800 and Sunday commercial web presses as well as the Goss Newsliner system and other newspaper press models.

As one of the world's four major printing machinery and applications shows and one of the largest international exhibitions in Asia, IGAS 2011 will showcase the latest technologies that position the graphics arts as among the world's most technically advanced industries. The show invites visitors from home and abroad to take a close-up view of the latest printing machinery and digital technologies, as well as take the opportunity to exchange business ideas that will help shape the future of the industry.

(ENDS)