Goss Appoints SRS Graphic Systems As Southern African Agent

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Goss International continues its commitment to localised service with the appointment of SRS Graphic Systems for the Southern African (SA) region, supporting both newspaper and commercial printers and publishers.

SRS Graphic Systems is based in Johannesburg and led by Lee Singh, who brings close-to twenty years’ experience in the industry. SRS will continue to grow, support and service a large installed base of Goss customers covering Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Malawi, Lesotho and Swaziland.

Singh began his journey as an apprentice engineer at Independent Newspapers, based in Johannesburg, back in 1995. Following this, he became an installation engineer for web presses at Heidelberg before moving into sales. In founding SRS Graphic Systems, Singh’s ambition is to develop the agency through working in partnership with customers and prospects to achieve unique short to long-term production solutions.

John Chambers, sales manager for Goss in the region, said, ‘We feel very positive about the appointment of SRS. The arrangement ensures greater responsiveness through providing customers and prospects with a local source of sales support and expertise around the clock. It also ensures that our customers are well advised for the long-term as SRS truly understands the market dynamics of this region and Lee himself has extensive experience with Goss presses. We have every confidence that SRS is committed to this industry and look forward to working together to meet growing demands.’

‘I am delighted to continue a long-standing working relationship with Goss and the renowned innovative solutions the company offers. The Southern African market offers strong potential in the web offset sector and I look forward to continuing work with customers new and old,’ said Singh.

Singh has been instrumental in securing recent successes for Goss at both WordPress Namibia and Printing and Publishing, Botswana.

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