The main factors behind this rise, per Comexi, have been the technological innovations brought about by the family of Comexi F2 flexographic presses, the Comexi F4 press, the extensive technical training which the group provides through the Manel Xifra Boada Centre of Technology, Comexi CTec, and the extra drive generated in the Customer Service Department.
“We have achieved a very high rate of success, with a large share of the market with respect to our rivals, reinforcing the sector in the whole of the Iberian Peninsula and registering record-high turnovers in the last two years,” claimed David Morera, Comexi’s area manager for Spain and Portugal.
Moreover, in recent years the company has sealed a great number of business agreements with companies at the forefront of various industrial sectors.
“We lead the market in this region. Customers are perfectly well aware of the huge innovating capacity of our technology and, in like manner, the group’s ground-breaking solutions in laminating and slitting, such as the Comexi ML2 or the Comexi S1 DT, on top of laser technology and COMEXI Offset CI8 as offset printing, the innovative technologies of the company that make a difference,” CEO Jeroen van der Meer claimed.
By the same token, Jordi Gorchs, sales manager of the group, stressed that this increase is closely linked to the high performance, efficiency, ergonomics and effectivity that are on offer through Comexi technology, not to mention the first-rate service and high-quality technical assistance available with the group.
“Technology, service and know-how are our strengths,” Gorchs pointed out. “With our teams, companies can make a giant technological stride forward and, at the same time, through the sessions and training given at Comexi CTec they can improve their own teams’ productivity by offering applications which will have them stand out from their competitors.”
In particular, in the last four years more than 370 participants from 121 Spanish and Portuguese firms have shared in the different advanced training sessions conducted in Spanish and English which have been laid on at the Comexi CTec facilities. At the same time, the technicians from the Centre of Technology have offered upwards of 60 training sessions in the customers’ own facilities and in their consultancy services to more than 130 companies from around the world.
“The ever-increasing number of participants in technical courses and services made available at customers’ request in these last few years help to endorse us as the guiding light of knowledge in our sector,” said Gloria Deulofeu, academic coordinator at Comexi CTec.