Comexi, specialist in solutions for printing and converting equipment for the flexible packaging industry, closed this 2017 with record sales in Brazil. Settled in this South-American country fifteen years ago, the company and its solutions are increasingly recognized in the sector, not only in Brazil, but also throughout the continent.
Since its establishment in Montenegro in 2002, in the Río Grande do Sul region, Comexi has strengthened its presence and its commitment to the Brazilian market, by producing more than 270 machines during this fifteen-year period. In Brazil, Comexi has 6.000 square meters in facilities where equipment is designed and manufactured for the local market, in addition to exporting according to the company’s industrial requirements. In this production plant in Brazil, the firm works under the highest quality standards, implemented by the headquarters. Alongside production and engineering, the branch also has administration, sales, technical and supply chain services.
Marc Boadas, General Manager at Comexi Brazil, stresses, “these first fifteen years are just the beginning of a very successful story that endorses the flexible packaging value chain”. Moreover, to enhance the growth objective in Brazil and South America, Comexi plans to launch three new presses by 2020.
Greater market share
According to Marc Boadas “the results of the Brazilian economy over the last months confirm that, after the economic crisis, the recovery is real and sustainable”. Comexi, with a competitive and high-end portfolio that has gained a rise in the confidence of its clients, with a sales record in 2017, reaching an outstanding market share of over 80%, as states the General Manager of the company in Brazil.
One of the major indicators of this growth is the Comexi F2 MC flexo press, launched in Brazil in 2016 and which has already gained great market acceptance, both nationally and internationally. In this sense, Comexi has installed more than a hundred machines of this successful family of F2 flexographic presses around the world. The group will continue to consolidate its leadership with the upcoming launch of new models: the Comexi F2 MB and the Comexi F4, thus improving competitiveness in the Brazilian market.