The company renews its brand and launches a modern, visual and next consumer website
Girona, 26th May 2016.- Comexi, a specialist providing solutions to the flexible packaging industry, releases its new corporate image. The group renews its brand in order to strengthen its corporate identity and enhance brand Comexi in the flexible packaging field. Comexi will present its renewed image in Drupa’s next edition, which will be held in Dusseldorf (Germany) until 11th June.
In the recent months, Comexi has developed the corporate image project in order to “emphasize the Comexi brand and give it greater presence”, as stressed David Centelles, Marketing Director at Comexi. In this sense, the most visible change is the removal of ‘Group’ in the new corporate brand with the aim of enhancing ‘Comexi’ as the main identification element and to place it as a basis for positioning the company in the market.
The Comexi logo has also evolved into a more modern and distinctive aesthetic with a higher marked typography.
Comexi, as a global supplier of equipment and solutions for flexible packaging, designed its new brand image thinking also to accompany the nomenclatures of all its product lines, as well as the Technology Centre Manel Xifra i Boada. From now on the centre is identified as ‘Comexi CTec Manel Xifra i Boada’ in order to reinforce its external linkage with the company. “Our goal is to project a joint and unified brand of the various lines forming the group”, added David Centelles.
The renewal process has been completed with the launch of a new website with a more smart, visual and easily navigable image, which makes it a web closer to the customer and perfectly adapted to news technologies. “We are very close to our customers and the web is now clearly designed for them”, stressed Comexi’s Marketing Director, who added, “Our solutions are now more visible and more accessible”. Besides, the web reinforces one of its values, proximity. Comexi will launch its website in 9 languages and facilitating interaction with the actors in the flexible packaging field.
Within the renewing image project, Comexi will also launch the new website of Centre Technology Manel Xifra i Boada. From now on, Comexi CTec will have on the network a more modern image that seeks ties with the graphic arts industry, making available to its customers different training activities, counselling and testing.
Comexi has extensive experience in manufacturing equipment for the flexible packaging conversion industry. World leader, git runs five product lines, each specialised in a different conversion process: flexography printing, offset printing, rotogravure printing, laminating, slitting and logistic complements.
Comexi includes the Manel Xifra Boada Technological Centre where the company provides support and transfers its knowledge to the various groups involved in the flexible printing industry process. The company has more than 36,000 sqm. distributed over three production centres in Riudellots de la Selva (Girona, Spain), Brazil and Italy. Furthermore, its widespread sales network extends to more than 100 countries, providing an answer to all its client’s needs.