Trend Offset Printing Adds New Finishing Capacity

LOS ALAMITOS, CA (August 1, 2016) – In response to steadily increasing client demand, Trend Offset Printing recently acquired two new Goss SP 2200 Pacesetter saddle-stitching machines for its California and Florida facilities.

Goss’ new generation saddle-stitching technology, configured with selective binding capabilities and inkjet personalization, will provide clients with greater flexibility in versioning, inserting, and demographic stitching. With Trend’s dynamic growth in the last few years, the two new Goss Pacesetters configured with complete automation, will be a key part in its investment to its West and East Coast bindery departments and will further build on its existing partnership with Goss International

“Trend sent a team to DRUPA to research the latest in technology and what equipment will help provide the best value in the marketplace,” says Steve Furlong, Chief Operating Officer of Trend. “We were impressed with the Goss SP 2200 with its unique pocket features that allow crews to reverse feed the pockets in just minutes. These stitchers are truly state-of-the art equipment that reduce make-ready times and increase run speeds – keeping Trend extremely competitive in today’s market.”

Historically, Trend Offset Printing has built a successful platform based on the needs of its customers, adding capacity and capability when needed and directly contributing to the business growth of its customers. Trend plans to continue to build on this customer-focused philosophy providing additional options for customers in a continually evolving print and digital marketplace.



About Trend Offset Printing:
 Founded in 1986, Trend Offset Printing is a full-service commercial printing company, with revenue in excess of $300 million annually and growing. Trend has facilities in California, Texas and Florida producing a wide range of products in the publishing, retail, and direct mail industries.

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