It is the seventh Comexi machine purchased by the Portuguese company, which has three slitters, a flexographic press and two other laminators
Comexi, a specialist in solutions for the flexible packaging printing and converting industry, and Multisac Flexible Packaging (Multisac), a leading company in the Portugal’s flexible packaging sector, have extended their strategic partnership with the acquisition by the Portuguese company of a laminator Comexi ML2. The relationship between the two companies dates back to 2008 when Multisac Flexible Packaging purchased a Comexi Compack 2 slitter. Presently, the company has six Comexi machines: one flexographic press, two laminators, and three slitters. The new Comexi ML2 will be the company’s third laminator and the seventh Comexi machine.
Multisac Flexible Packaging, a company dedicated to the production and selling of flexible packaging, primarily uses the following technologies: flexographic printing, digital printing, solventless and solvent-based laminating, and rewinding. In addition to operating in the domestic market of Portugal, Multisac exports its products to Spain, France, and Portuguese-speaking African countries. The company is based in Vouzela, approximately 30 km from the city of Viseu.
“We are very satisfied with our Multisac Flexible Packaging partnership. The sale of seven machines conveys that the trust between the two companies is extremely good, and we must continue working daily in order to maintain it,” says David Morera, the Regional Sales Director of Europe at Comexi. "Yearly, Multisac Flexible Packaging is growing. We are happy that Comexi can contribute to this growth with our machinery, as is the case of Multisac’s ML2 laminator purchase".
The Comexi ML2 offers complete versatility with various types of flexible packaging applications. The machine allows applications such as heat seal, cold seal, matt and gloss varnish coatings, solvent and water-based laminating, solventless laminating, and many more possibilities, all in one laminator. With its ergonomic design, daily operations can be rapidly performed, thus maximizing production.