“Comexi machines are world known for their ability to produce as much as possible thanks to their quick changeovers and easy accessibility and maintenance. At the same time, the ratio price/quality offered is considered as the best in the market”, ensures Rashad Ismailov. In addition, Comexi’s Area Manager stresses that customers consider that Comexi’s technical service and the attention within Comexi is accessible and quick, effectively answering and solving clients’ requests; standards highly valued by companies located in these areas.
Comexi F2 ML sold to Tom Ltd.
Since 2004 Comexi has installed more than 150 new machines in these territories, including more than 60 printing presses, a figure that represents a very high percentage of customers who are committed to innovation, looking for the latest technologies in the flexible packaging industry and it is a clear example of Comexi’s rapid development in these regions.
Furthermore, at RosUpack trade fair edition celebrated last June in Moscow, Comexi registered numerous visits from potential, current clients and closed one major trade agreement: the purchase of a Comexi F2 ML flexo press with 10 colours by Tom Ltd., an important Russian company which is part from KDV Group. This enterprise, mostly dedicated to snacks and food packaging, has acquired one of Comexi’s latest developments in its flexographic printing line. The Comexi F2 ML is an excellent machine designed to get the best quality at high speeds with large repeats. This press stands out for its high degree of versatility, its great profitability while maintaining the ergonomics and usability features of the Comexi F2 flexo press range.
Specifically, this is the fifth Comexi’s flexographic press that Tom Ltd. acquires and not the only Comexi flexo press the company invests in this year. This 2017 Tom Ltd. has already purchased a Comexi DUAL laminator, a Comexi SL2 laminator a part from the Comexi F2 ML flexo press. At present, this innovative company has three Comexi laminators, two more are being manufactured and will be shipped soon, five Comexi slitters and other Comexi peripheral equipment. “This new press Comexi F2 ML is a clear example of the great alliance that exists between Comexi and this important firm that has been consolidated as a benchmark company in the flexible packaging sector of Russia”, affirms Comexi’s Vice President, Ramon Xifra.
“We also have closed new commercial agreements such as the sale of a Comexi F4 and, in parallel, initiated different interesting projects in all these territories”, stresses Rashad Ismailov.
Furthermore, Comexi has just produced numerous equipment following different trade agreements with other companies. For example, Tiko Plastic acquired its second Comexi FPLUS press, which becomes its fifth Comexi flexographic press installed at their facilities.