Girona, March 30th 2016.-The Comexi Group announces the sale of a 9 station gravure press to American Packaging Corporation (APC) to be operational in February 2017. Working with APC’s operation’s team to understand their needs, Comexi will custom build their next ACOM Platinum gravure press with the latest advances in registration control, quick changeovers, 100% defect detection, increased production speeds and improved efficiencies.
Comexi and APC have enjoyed a long collaborative relationship beginning in 2006 when they added the first Acom RG Platinum press. Since then, APC has purchased a total of four state-of-the-art Acom presses.
APC continues to invest in the latest state-of-the-art technology thus providing them a competitive advantage as they continue to diversify their customer portfolio. APC has three manufacturing Centers of Converting Excellence and a Packaging Innovation Center to effectively support several industries including dry foods, seasoning and mixes, coffee and tea, refrigerated dairy and fresh produce, frozen products, confectionary, medical, personal care, nutraceutical, hard to hold products, liquids, and other specialty items.
“This press will be the fourth Rotogravure that Comexi ACOM has supplied American Packaging. What keeps bringing us back to Comexi ACOM is their high level of quality and service along with competitive pricing and offering the latest in machine technology. We have developed a very positive, trusting and collaborative partnership over the past decade,” said Jeff Koch, Executive Vice President.
Comexi Acom RG Platinum
With the model COMEXI ACOM RG Platinum, Comexi offers the most advanced technological solutions in the field of rotogravure printing for flexible packaging, ensuring excellent results: superior printing quality at high speeds and at reduced waste percentages.
Innovative solutions, based on Comexi know-how and flexibility, are implemented in order to improve performance and efficiency of the most complex applications and to flawlessly obtain multiple in-line processes, such as: cold seal, lacquering, solvent and solventless lamination.