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manroland web systems and Goss International complete merger

manroland web systems and Goss International (“Goss”), both long-time web offset printing manufacturers and service providers, announce that they have completed the transaction to combine their businesses. The new company will operate under the brand name “manroland Goss web systems”.

manroland Goss web systems will concentrate on four main business areas: System Solutions, in highly automated press and post-press equipment including pre-owned offerings, press relocations; Engineered Solutions, including mechanical, automation and closed-loop options for all types of presses; Service Solutions, to offer best-in-class service in parts, labor, tele-support and performance based service agreements; and E-Commerce Solutions, with an

Siegwerk launches webshop for sheet-fed products

Siegwerk has opened a webshop for its Tempo and Sicura color series for sheet-fed offset printing.
The new e-commerce platform is targeted specifically at new customers. Large print shops, and especially customers with low volume requirements, can take advantage of the company’s products and services online.
The new webshop offers customers an uncomplicated and efficient way to order the sheet-fed offset inks and coatings they need from the company around the clock. With a catchy product

MPS develops training courses for engineers

MPS has developed new training courses exclusively for operators and engineers. They’re developed to improve flexo operating skills, share current developments in the printing industry, and increase press productivity. The 3-day programs for operators and 5-day programs for engineers will be held at the MPS Technology & Expertise Centre in Arnhem, The Netherlands.
Marc-Jan Goossink, manager after sales, commented: “Ongoing training and education of operators and engineers is a crucial

Epson’s new Hirooka factory

Seiko Epson Corporation has completed construction work on a new factory at its Hirooka Office in Shiojiri, Japan, that started in the autumn of 2016.
The new factory will be used to produce PrecisionCore print chips, a core component of Epson’s most advanced PrecisionCore inkjet printheads. The new factory, which will begin operations in the 2018 fiscal year (ending March 31, 2019), will triple current PrecisionCore print chip production capacity.
Under its Epson 25 Corporate Vision, Epson is