GEW is pleased to announce our new partnership with renowned South Korean company Owllus. The company will represent GEW in all market sectors including Label & Narrow Web, and Sheetfed Offset applications.
GEW (EC) Limited is delighted to announce that Jennifer Heathcote has joined the GEW sales team as Business Development Manager. Jennifer has proven herself to be a leading authority on conventional and LED UV technology, as well as their use across a broad range of industrial curing applications.
GEW has enhanced its Customer Service operations by strengthening the link between the Sales and Service areas of the business. Marcus Greenbrook, previously Director, International Sales at GEW, has now taken on the new role of Director, Sales and Service.
GEW’s International Sales Manager Gary Doman joined Print Business Magazine’s round table discussion recently. The in-depth exchange debunked some of the myths surrounding the technology of litho printing with LED UV.
Staff at GEW have been busily raising funds for the Royal British Legion’s Poppy Appeal 2019. One particular member of staff painstakingly hand-crocheted dozens of poppies and then sold them to colleagues, raising the impressive sum for the Appeal.
GEW announce that the company’s premium RHINO Power Supply has achieved the prestigious ETL Listing from Intertek. The ETL mark certifies that RHINO meets the requirements of all applicable safety legislation in the USA and Canada.
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