New York Times gets controls upgrade
The New York Times is upgrading the controls on their Goss presses. The Times has five Goss Colorliners and two Colorliner 85 presses in their College Point, New York, facility.
The upgrade will remove obsolescence issues faced by the Colorliners, increase press functionality, and allow the presses to continue to run for years, according to a release from Goss.
The five Colorliners will undergo a total controls upgrade to the unit and the desk, a drive upgrade and 50 RTP (Reel Stand) upgrades. The two Colorliner 85 presses will get new desk upgrades.
“We believe this type of upgrade offers our customers real-time return on investment, now and over many years to come,” said Ian Buckley, Goss UK general manager.