Seeing most of the long-term management in Engineering and Service as well as a large number of highly experienced technicians and engineers leave their posts all on the same day, must leave customers wondering how their investments in newspaper and commercial presses, bindery and mailroom equipment and even the new packaging presses will be supported by the company in the future.
Obviously, business in the web offset market is depressed. Estimates peg the market for new presses at $400 to $500 million compared to some $2.5 billion prior to 2009. But the majority of the installed base is operating with only limited or no decline in annual tonnage – pricing may be another story – and continues to need qualified and responsive support, as well as the engineering skills needed to upgrade and modify equipment as production parameters change.
To support the customer base through know-how and skills, an organization of former Goss technical staff is being formed to match qualified engineers, project management experts and experienced technicians with customers looking for those skills, be it permanently or for current and future projects.
If you are are interested to learn more or get in touch, please follow the CMYK Resources link on this page.