Comexi has successfully concluded, the remote installation of a few machines, including a compact slitter S2 DT recently purchased by Fleiplast, a flexible packaging converter in Ecuador.
Despite the Covid-19 pandemic and social distancing rules, Flexiplast has decided to move forward with the purchase of a compact slitter Comexi S2 DT, to simultaneously provide high productivity and high flexibility to its customers. This slitter has been additionally equipped with a turret system to streamline project changes, especially useful for the company that needs to produce a large number of reels.
During the installation at the facilities of Flexiplast in Quito, Comexi has been monitoring the process from its headquarters in Girona, Spain. The success of the project is primarily due to the considerable involvement of the entire Flexiplast team, together with the support of the Comexi slitting department and the local Ecuadorian technical assistance team.
‘We are very pleased with the remote installation of the Comexi S2 DT slitter. This machine will allow us to continue offering services to all our customers, despite the difficulties of the current global pandemic situation,’ says Arturo Sanchez, manager of Flexiplast.
Comexi has been already working towards automation for an extended period of time, well before the affliction of the Covid-19 pandemic. The company set out to facilitate launches and machine operations as strategic key pillars of the company. During the past months, this approach has been an enormous success in the fulfillment of remote installations.