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  • 03 Feb 2020

Pamplastic invests in Comexi F2 MB press

Pamplastic invests in Comexi F2 MB press

Brazilian flexible packaging converter, Pamplastic Indústria de Embalagens Plásticas has opted for an F2 MB flexographic press with Comexi gearless system to increase safety, quality and productivity at its Santa Catarina plant.

The Brazilian company became the fourth in the Santa Catarina region in Brazil, which relies on Comexi gearless technology.

‘We decided to invest in the Comexi F2 MB as it is a more complete flexographic press in comparison to others which we find in the market, allowing us to work with more safety, quality and productivity,’ said Jocelio Pamplona, owner of Pamplastic. ‘Comexi F2 MB allows us to successfully complete all types of jobs, from the simplest, with 100 percent machine productivity, to the most complex, where not the speed, but the highest quality is the priority.

‘Having the support of a company such as Comexi is of fundamental importance to us. We are moving in a new direction, thus having information regarding the obstacles we might find, makes everything easier,’ concluded Pamplona.

Pamplastic, a company with origins in gear technology, is growing rapidly in southern Brazil. It has built a new factory, outfitted with other machines, and has opted for a Comexi F2 MB flexographic press,’ says André Pérez, Comexi sales manager in Brazil. ‘This partnership with Pamplastic is very important. We are closely following and supporting the transition they are making from gear machines to presses with gearless technology.’

The Comexi F2 MB press is designed for medium runs in the flexible packaging sector of the retail and wholesale channel. It shares the patented FLEXOEfficiency concepts of ergonomics and accessibility, as well as the level of performance and robustness with the rest of the Comexi F2 range. 


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