Goss reorganises itself

Goss has reorganised its business, making three main changes. This involves simplifying the organisational structure of the company, with more emphasis on regional parts, service and support centres. The various European operations will be brought together into a single entity. However, Goss’ French subsidiary has already become the subject of insolvency proceedings.
The third change is to continue to diversify the product portfolio. In this spirit it has already developed products for the packaging sector.
Rick Nichols, president and CEO of Goss, explained that customer needs had changed, adding: “We also recognize that our environment for doing business has fundamentally changed. The markets to drive our future growth and profitability are shifting. We have decades of offset printing expertise. That gives us a significant advantage not just in our core newspaper and commercial printing sectors, but in other industries like packaging and emerging printing industries as well. Together, these are the reasons why we are transforming as a company.”


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