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RMGT
RMGT: RYOBI MHI GRAPHIC TECHNOLOGY

RYOBI MHI Graphic Technology Ltd. (RMGT) is a joint venture company established on January 1, 2014 between Ryobi and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Printing and Packaging Machinery. Ryobi brought a wide range of medium and small format presses plus a sizable international sales network. Mitsubishi brought a diverse customer base for large format presses across the world. RMGT was launched with the aim of bringing innovative technology to the graphic arts industry.

 

 

GSNA GROUP MEMBERS

GSNA West Print & Finishing Solutions Placentia, CA
GSNA Central Graphco Cleveland, OH
GSNA Northeast GE Richards Landisville, PA
GSNA Southeast Paper Handling Solutions Marietta, GA
GSNA Eastern Canada KBR Graphics Ltd. Montreal, QC
  RM Machinery Carneys Point, NJ

 

 


GSNAGRAPHIC SYSTEMS NORTH AMERICA

In North America, RMGT equipment is directly imported, sold, and supported by Graphic Systems North America (GSNA). GSNA is the largest independent source of printing equipment, technical service, and parts in North America. GSNA delivers exclusive access to the RMGT 3, 5, 7, 9, 10, and 11 Series offset and digital presses for commercial, packaging, and in-plant printers in the U.S. and Canada.

​Formed in July 2013 with co-headquarters in four U.S. states and two Canadian provinces, the GSNA group has more than $60 million in revenue and constitutes the single largest offset press sales and service team in North America.

More than 30 print industry sales consultants offer sophisticated business analytics to support capital equipment decisions. Fifty-plus factory-trained technicians and parts professionals deliver printers local, real-time support in close coordination with the RMGT engineering and technical team in Japan. Six separate spare parts depots across three North American time zones are closely aligned to ensure printers have quick, often over-night access to parts.