Comexi CTec offers new consulting products such as ServiFlex and Remote ServiFlex, and will perform online, in person, and client in-home training
Girona – Comexi, a global supplier of solutions for the flexible packaging printing and converting sector, will end 2020 with three technological centers in various countries: the Manel Xifra Boada Technology Center (Comexi CTec), located at the company's facilities in Riudellots de la Selva (Girona); CTec USA, located at the new headquarters in Miami (Florida), which will be completed next month; and CTec Brasil, which has been in operation for 3 years at the headquarters in Montenegro.
Comexi CTec, which specializes in training, advice, and technical process support for the printing and converting sectors of the flexible packaging industry, has been supporting Brazilian clients since its inception, giving knowledge to the local market. Currently, in order to offer comprehensive support and added value, CTec Brasil is expanding its services through the launch of consulting products such as ServiFlex and Remote ServiFlex, which allow customers to optimize production. “Productivity is a very important aspect of the difference between converters, due to the impact on competitiveness. Key elements include knowledge and the effective implementation of production strategies,” explains Albert López, the director of Comexi CTec.
Additionally, the Brazilian technological center has decided to expand its training services, and in sync with training lines offered by Girona CTec, it will launch advanced sessions, training webinars, and personalized machine operating courses. The topic of the first training workshop will be solutions for lamination defects. Glòria Deulofeu, the Comexi CTec academic coordinator, acknowledges that "we are happy to offer knowledge and have closer proximity to clients in Brazil". As a result, customer in-home operational training will be promoted. The objective will be to improve their machine operation.
During this new phase, CTec Brasil aims to be closer to customers through the expansion of its product range, hence increasing added value. Ariston Galli, head of the Montenegro Technology Center, affirms that “we are excited about the possibility of offering new products. This will not only allow us to be near our customers, but will enable us to assist them in increasing productivity and overcoming their challenges.”