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  • 25 Jan 2022

Gallus to sell pre-owned presses and parts

Giuseppe Gallelli, head of Gallus Classics, in front of a retrofitted Gallus TCS 250 after successfully passing the Factory Acceptance Test and shortly before delivery to a customer in Australia

Gallus has launched Gallus Classics, a division specializing in refurbished machines and spare parts service for older machine systems, offering a comprehensive portfolio for second-hand Gallus machines.

The Gallus Classics team aims to help its customers ensure that they can continue operating used Gallus machines efficiently. This also includes a pool of new and used original spare parts and a 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 TCS 250 and Gallus EM 260/340/410/510 series.

Depending on the model and conditions, a manufacturer's warranty can be given on a revised press ranging from six months to a year. Every retrofit carried out by the Gallus Classics team needs to pass 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 also includes 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,’ commented Giuseppe Gallelli, head of 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.’


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