Firm to curb capital flight with innovative machine

Sun, Jun 16, 2024
By editor


PASTOR Sade Imoagene, the Managing Director, Global Plus Publishing (GPP) says the company will curb capital flight with its acquired innovative printing machine.

Imoagene said this on Friday in Ikeja, during the unveiling of the Ecoline Manugraph Web Printing Machine, a versatile, innovative and high quality print machine.

She said that with the availability of the printing machine, publishers would no longer send their works to other countries for printing, thereby, curbing the capital flight.

According to her, with the Ecoline Manugraph Web Printing Machine, GPP now has the capacity to serve its customers better and timely.

”Today is a very special day for us in GPP. A day where, though we have been born 18 years ago, but we are becoming born again. Yes, because we consider this as the launch of a new era for this organisation, and of course, it can only be upward and forward.

”Today, we celebrate a significant milestone in our journey. As the foremost and preferred printing press, not only within this country, but beyond the shores of Nigeria. The capacity expansion with the addition of the web that we are launching is a major leap forward in our business positioning.

”We are ready, we have capacity, that is required to face any project as small, and of course, in the process of doing that, we have also gained the mastery of adding value to our customers.

”We provide proofreading services for every job that comes into GPP. Our valued customers will testify, they always tell us that that is something they don’t get everywhere.

”We don’t think it is enough to say this is what the publisher sent to us, we painstakingly look at it, and send back to you all our observations. Many times we receive a lot of appreciation for that,” she said.

The managing director said that the organisation actually prides itself as innovative solution providers that help business to flourish.

Also speaking, the Chairman of GPP, Pastor Yemisi Kudehinbu, said that GPP was committed to contributing to the growth of the printing industry in Nigeria.

Kudehindu said that owing to the economic situation of the country, many printing press had gone down, but GPP had continued to remain strong.

She expressed her gratitude to the Bank of Industry (BoI) and First City Monument Bank (FCMB) for believing and supporting the organisation.

Giving his goodwill message, the Managing Director, BoI, Dr. Olasupo Olusi, commended GPP’s commitment to excellence in publishing and dedication to delivering quality content.

Olusi, who was represented by Ag. Regional Manager, Lagos, Mr Richard Imonije, said that GPP’s contributions to the printing industry were invaluable, and BoI was honoured to be a part of the success.

”As you continue to inspire readers and authors alike with your innovative publications, please know that we are here to provide any assistance you may need within our purview,” he said.

The Managing Director, FCMB, Yemisi Edun, commended GPP’s vision and innovation, and for bringing hope to Nigeria, that it may be great.

”Again, thank you for believing and showing people that it can be done. Thank you for creating job opportunities, because this will also create even more job opportunities for us in Nigeria.

”At FCMB, we keep supporting businesses like this. We believe that as we partner together, we will be able to take Nigeria to its greater heights again,” Edun said.

Also, Mr Babajide Salako, President, Chartered Institute of Professional Printers of Nigeria (CIPPON), said that he was proud seeing members embracing innovation and sustainability.

Salako said that the installation of the new ecoline manograph web printing machine demonstrated GPP’s commitment to excellence and dedication to stay in the forefront of technology.

”This new machine is a testament for the potential for improved efficiency, quality, and productivity. I encourage all of us to continue exploring ways to enhance our craft, share knowledge, and collaborate for the betterment of our industry,” he said.


June 16, 2024