The Post and Courier, Inc. in Charleston, SC has made an investment in their community and existing printing operation and will be adding an eight Tower 22” cut-off Goss Magnum Pressline. The plans are to install this Press in their new facility in North Charleston, SC. The press was purchased from imPRESSions Worldwide who joined forces with DCOS Automation to offer and relocate this well-preserved press from its original location in Skelleftea, Sweden.

By acquiring the late model 8 Magnum Towers and 2 N40 Folders the Post and Courier will be able to print their own newspapers at the new site. The Magnum press will also allow for other commercial work with variable web widths and will reduce waste, enhance make-readies, and offer brilliant offset graphics to readers & advertisers.

“We have a great relationship with DCOS out of Sweden and are pleased to be cooperating with them on providing the Post and Courier a solution that will improve their print quality and expand their capabilities. The team in Charleston is one of the best in the business and we are fortunate to be working with them again”. stated Tom Loesch, President of imPRESSions Worldwide.

According to Dave Gilmore, VP of Sales, imPRESSions Worldwide, “The Post and Courier took a pragmatic approach evaluating this capital investment against updating its double-wide legacy presses and determined their employees, readers and advertisers would be best served going forward with a flexible, automated single-wide press format. This investment demonstrates Print is Alive and a viable resource for trusted local and in-depth news reporting.”