The Goss Sunday Vpak packaging press will make its debut outside the US at drupa during May. The company says the variable-repeat Sunday Vpak press offers a “game changing” web offset alternative for packaging applications.
Goss International is investing in a major presence at drupa 2012. The new Sunday Vpak packaging press, Colorliner CPS compact-tower press and 96-page Sunday 5000 press will be among the featured Goss systems at the show, aimed at offering new performance capabilities for current and emerging requirements in the packaging market.
Jochen Meissner, CEO of Goss says, “drupa is the one place where suppliers can showcase new technology for a worldwide audience and where printers and publishers can evaluate a globally diverse range of solutions.
“Regional shows and events remain important, but having this truly international show is vital for our industry.”
Goss International will occupy a 1,820sqm booth in Hall 17 to present commercial and newspaper printing and finishing systems, as well as its new web offset presses for packaging.
Meissner continues, “We have a history of introducing groundbreaking Goss technologies at drupa and we will continue that tradition, for example, with the variable-repeat Sunday Vpak presses that offer a game changing web offset alternative for packaging applications.
“Beyond the introduction of specific technologies, our presence at the show will convey our long-term perspective and our focus on actively exploring new concepts with our customers.”