Comexi Group Exceeds Expectations at K'2010 Show

WEST SPRINGFIELD, MA | Under the theme “The Meeting Point of Sustainable Innovation,” Comexi reported more than 1,500 visitors during eight days of  the world at K Show, held October  27 to November 3 in Dusseldorf, Germany. Company officials said Comexi closed important deals on flexo printing presses, laminators and slitters with customers from the Middle East, Latin America, South Africa, China, Europe, among others.

Manel Xifra, CEO of Comexi Group, explained “Our goal has been achieved by far. Despite the economic crisis environment, we have been able to attract a large number of customers from around the world and close important sales. Moreover, Comexi brand image has been reinforced by our ability to offer innovative and profitable solutions. It is worth highlighting the incorporation of our new brand of gravure presses called Comexi Acom, which has been presented within our product range at K Show.”

The company exhibited its latest flexographic press, which dramatically improves efficiency. The F4 FLEXOEfficiency is newly developed technology that serves the trends of the flexo market toward short jobs and business expansion that facilitates entry to the label market. The elimination of photo initiators through eCOMEXI solutions, which utilizes EB Flexo technology in high performance flexographic printing is another possibility offered by this product range.

F4 FLEXOEfficiency has gained a wide acceptance in the market, the company reports. In fact, 10 machines of this model have been sold after only a few months following its launch. At the show, Comexi showcased live demonstrations of its new slitter-rewinder with double turret mechanism e-TURRET which was sold during the exhibition. The productivity of this type of product is claimed higher than a conventional duplex slitter. According to the company, it is mainly oriented to the overall improvement of efficiencies in a conversion process in order to avoid the bottlenecks that occur in the cutting area, due to the high down-time of conventional slitters.


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