Comexi, a specialist providing flexible packaging industry solutions, continues to strengthen its position in the Russian market. The group closed for the first time a new strategic agreement with the local supplier Polyprint, therefore reasserting its growing implementation in southern Russia.
Trough this collaboration, Polyprint purchased a Comexi F2MC flexographic press that will be located in its facilities in Krasnodar, in the South of the country. This new press will increase Polyprint’s print capacity and capabilities.
Comexi’s CEO Jeroen van der Meer stressed that the agreement means, “to expand Comexi’s market share in the Russian market and to offer our innovative solutions for new flexible packaging suppliers”.
The agreement with Polyprint reaffirms Comexi’s implementation in the Krasnodar area, with four machines sold this last year. In addition to this F2MC press, last March the group installed in Rosgrand a Comexi F2MB flexographic press and in June a deal was closed with Kubrotopack for the acquisition of a 10 colour Comexi F2MC flexographic press and a Comexi Dual laminator.
The Comexi F2MC press has been designed to satisfy the printing needs of medium and long runs in the flexible packaging field for the retail and wholesale channel. The Comexi F2MC shares ergonomic and accessibility advances developed in F4 and F2 presses, as well as performance and robustness of the rest of F2 range.
The Comexi F2MC allows print width from 870 mm to 1270 mm, in 8 and 10 colours and maximum repeats of 800mm. It includes the most advanced electronic systems to get the best quality print even at high speeds and printing on different substrates from plastic film to paper or laminated films.