Comexi reinforces commercial structure in Italy and Southeast Europe

Andrea Campani joins Comexi’s flexible packaging team in Piacenza

Andrea Campani, area manager of Comexi

Campani’s clear interest is in maintaining the good work developed by the company in the region, by offering optimal customer services and to increase Comexi’s presence in line with the growth plans of the group. “We want to improve the productivity and efficiency of our customers, listening carefully to each one of them and detecting their needs,” he emphasizes. “We want to be closer to our customers located in this region by taking advantage of our headquarters in Piacenza to provide an agile and quality service to all the group’s product lines such as flexographic, rotogravure, offset, laminating and slitting,” highlights Comexi’s corporate director of Market, Jordi Pujol.

Seven years ago Comexi acquired the Italian company Acom, thus integrating 65 years of experience in the sector and a leading rotogravure printing technology. Currently, Comexi has a 4,500 square meter factory and office facility in Piacenza containing its team of professionals, engineers, commercial, administrative and technical staff delivering customer service, quickly and directly. It is from these facilities located in Vigolzone (Piacenza) that the group manufactures the most advanced solutions in rotogravure printing such as the Comexi R2, Comexi Excel and Comexi Platinum. These presses stand out for their high productivity, quality and wide range of applications targeted at the food sector, labels and pharmaceutical products.

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