Drupa Sales for GWS Printing Systems
Drupa 2012 has been very successful for Dutch based GWS Printing Systems; the supplier of used printing equipment and related services. The management of GWS reports the sale of four web offset printing presses, one web press extension as well as the sale of three sheetfed presses. Director of Sales Eric van Kessel: “Drupa shows that the market, more than ever before, shows a demand for quality used equipment including our well known total turn-key project solutions”.
Orders include a customer from Italy for the supply of a young 16 page heatset press, a newspaper press including pre-press, post-press and GWS project management to a customer in Botswana, two heatset presses to a known GWS customer in Indonesia, a semi commercial KBA Comet press to a book printer in Egypt and a newspaper press extension to a customer in the Netherlands.
Managing Director Walter Donkers: “despite the downturn in our industry our order intake for this year has been beyond expectations which proves that GWS is ready to meet today’s customer demands. We will maintain to be the market leader for turn-key used equipment projects, upgrades and press reconfigurations”.
- A relationship forged in printing
- manroland Goss Group acquires GWS Printing Systems
- Another Goss M600 for Imprimerie Guillaume
- GWS & The Siebold Company team up in North America
- Increased German presence for GWS
- Upgraded KBA Comet headed to Dominican Republic
- manroland Southern Africa teams up with GWS
- GWS Scandinavia opens office in Sweden
- Guardian Print New Zealand buys Goss M600
- GWS on national television station RTL 7