Southeast Asia is a market with great potential. Experts believe the economy of this area and India will be those to record the greatest growth in this decade. Over a considerable period of time, Comexi has not only been working to meet the needs of companies within the region, but in recent years has also concentrated its efforts on achieving a leading position in the area, in order to have close proximity to its customers. The result of this strategy is the recent opening of the Comexi Asia-Pacific hub in Bangkok (Thailand). The hubs in Dubai (United Arab Emirates) and Monterrey (Mexico) will be forthcoming.
"The opening of the Thailand hub is an important event in regard to the almost 70 years of Comexi's history. It is not only the inauguration of these offices, but it represents a pivotal moment to be increasingly present in the Asia Pacific. This is an emerging region that already has a capital weight in reference to the world economy; we want to achieve a leading position", explains Pau Xifra, Chief Transformation Officer. "Furthermore, it is a crucial milestone in the fruition of Comexi's Vision 2030, as it aligns with the strategy of being in close proximity to our customers and being able to offer them the best possible solutions and services", he continues.
The new Comexi Asia-Pacific hub has a spare parts warehouse, sales team, and technical services. "We will be able to respond with much more agility to the needs of our customers in Southeast Asia", explains Alexander Astudillo, Area Manager of Comexi in the region, who values the importance of having local offices in Thailand.
The inauguration of the offices took place in the 15th of June, coinciding with the celebration of Propak Asia. Agustí Combis, Comexi's Regional Sales Director in the Asia-Pacific area, acknowledges that "we are very proud and satisfied with the accomplished work. We are aware of the historical importance this event represents for Comexi, as well as the opportunity that it has presently created in the entire Asia-Pacific region".
With the opening of this hub, Comexi pursues its strategic path: concentrating on customer service as well as adapting its portfolio and service to the specific needs of each market.
About Comexi – www.comexi.com
Comexi, founded in 1954, has extensive experience in manufacturing equipment for the flexible packaging conversion industry. As a world leader, it operates six product lines, each specialized in a different conversion process: flexography printing, offset printing, digital printing, laminating, slitting, and digital services. Furthermore, it has a Service and Technical Assistance Business Unit that offers service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
The company has two production plants: one in Riudellots de la Selva (Girona, Spain) and another one in Montenegro, in the State of Rio Grande do Sul (Brazil). There are also two offices in Miami (USA) and Moscow (Russia). Moreover, Comexi is represented in more than 100 countries. This commercial network allows us to have proximity to our customers in order to optimally respond to their needs.
Comexi includes the Manel Xifra Boada Technological Centre, Comexi CTec, where the company provides support and shares its knowledge with various groups involved in the flexible printing industry process.