How Can We Help You Today?
Since we are in the shops every day, we clearly see the constant evolution of the printing industry, especially when it comes to the type of equipment our clients need to stay efficient and competitive. Call now and tell us about what your business is demanding from you. We are here to help you determine the best strategy to meet your current obligations and future goals.
The Press Link provides you with a unique opportunity to purchase high-quality, pre-owned, print machinery at affordable prices. We maintain a global network of buyers and sellers. Looking to buy? We can connect you to the equipment that you need for optimal production. Looking to sell? Do you have underutilized equipment? We can assist you with marketing your machinery by broadcasting advertisements to our network of domestic and international contacts, providing you maximum exposure!
Delivery / Installation & Rigging
After you purchase your equipment, we are able to take care of the delivery, rigging and installation of your pre-press, press or post-press machinery.
We help you through the entire process:
▪ Connection of buyers to sellers and making the sale
▪ Shipping of the equipment to your location
▪ Installation/rigging of your equipment on your production floor
▪ Providing a one-stop, turnkey solution to your specific needs
Maintenance, Repair and Training for Current Equipment
The Press Link provides mechanical and electrical service, inspections and installations of press equipment. We also offer on-site training services. Ideally based in the Greater Chicago region, we are a 3-hour flight from either coast and are able to respond quickly to your technical needs. We specialize in Heidelberg Offset presses in addition to servicing other models including Mitsubishi, Komori, KBA and many more.
If you wish to quickly and effectively sell your equipment, you must have an accurate idea of its current market value. The Press Link employs experts in this field and will help you evaluate your machinery at step #1 in the sales process. Over-valuation will simply mean that your equipment takes far too long to sell or does not sell at all. Under-valuation will most likely mean a sale, but you won’t recoup your investment back from the initial purchase.
You won’t find better people in the industry to work with—trustworthy & hardworking—that’s what you get! Find out how we can best serve you.