Gallus Classics – Pre-owned label printing presses and original spare parts directly from the manufacturer
- Publicado el 02 de Febrero de 2022
Investment-proof and productive production with used Gallus presses too– this enables Gallus Classics, the division of Gallus serving the preowned machinery market. With refurbished machines as well as a spare parts service for older machine systems and other services, Gallus Classics offers a comprehensive portfolio for second-hand Gallus machines.
The Gallus Classics team helps customers to ensure that they can continue to operate their used Gallus machines successfully. A pool of new and used original spare parts helps as well as a large network of relationships to procure urgently needed parts. The printing experts are also repairing old Gallus printing presses and carrying out upgrades so that they can be serviced again by the Gallus Service and Helpdesk team. An upgrade campaign is currently running for the machines of the Gallus TCS 250 and Gallus EM 260/340/410/510 series.
Depending on the model and conditions, a six- or twelve-month manufacturer's warranty can be given on a revised press. Every retrofit carried out by the Gallus Classics team has successfully passed a 360° machine check before delivery and meets all predefined product standards. This ensures that the pre-used Gallus machine system meets the technical requirements and maximum safety.
The Gallus Classics portfolio includes not only upgrades, retrofits and individual repairs of older machine systems, but also a range of other services such as revisions and repairs of printing units, the rental of offset printing units or the replacement of offset rollers and their refurbishment.
"We know that there is still enormous potential in a pre-owned Gallus machine," explains Giuseppe Gallelli, Head of the business unit Gallus Classics. "That's why my team and I are doing everything we can to ensure that our customers are as satisfied with their newly acquired second-hand machine as if they had bought a new Gallus machine."