New York Times gets con­trols up­grade

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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.

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