The company reports a successful technical seminar on flexible packaging trends.
More than 80 customers and collaborators attended Comexi’s technical seminar held on 26 June, in Myeongdong, South Korea. The seminar was supported by the Manel Xifra Boada Technology Center, which has extensive experience and knowledge and is the main source of knowledge in the flexible packaging sector.
Following the success of the first technical seminars held in Peru and Mexico, Comexi selected South Korea to hold its third technical seminar, confirming the importance of this country in its consolidation and leadership plans in the area.
The seminar focused primarily on the increasingly important Asian market, featuring seasoned account of the outstanding gravure printing technology. Printing solutions such as flexo and offset were analysed, along with existing conversions currently in the market. It also gave them a unique opportunity to take in the range of the most innovative printing and converting technologies available in the market.
With a complete agenda, topics like sustainability through water-based inks and adhesives without solvents were discussed; as well as new trends in lamination, laser applications and robotization. The latter generated a high degree of interest in the Korean market.
"This seminar has fulfilled all our expectations, both in terms of participation and satisfaction. It has been impressive to confirm in the first person that Comexi is the best global partner for Korean converters, and without a doubt it has been the perfect opportunity to reaffirm and consolidate our position in a market as important to us as the Korean one. These types of technical seminars are the best way to share our know-how, providing a personalized and enriching experience to our clients," said Victor Vilanova, area manager, Comexi.
The event was sponsored by the main Comexi partners; Esko, Maxcess, Jm Heaford, Toyo Ink, Enulec, Daetwyler, Rossini, Brookfield, Ahlbrandt.