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Flexible Packaging Equipment Maker Comexi Opens New Office in Moscow

Comexi, a provider of solutions for the flexible packaging printing and converting industries, has expanded its operations in the Russian and CIS markets with a new office in Moscow.

The company has appointed Alexander Rabassa as business director for the region. He will serve Comexi clients in Russia and CIS markets.

Rabassa said: “Russia and CIS markets are very dynamic with huge potential for further growth, therefore it is crucial to be physically present in these markets so we can offer better service to our clients and be ahead competition.”

The new office in Russia will address all CIS markets, including Lithuania and Latvia. It will offer top sales assistance, immediate, faster and closer logistic support and spare parts service to the customers.

Comexi has opened the new office with the support of the Eurosale group, which is specialized in the printing and converting sector.

Comexi will continue to execute its strategy across Russia and CIS countries, and Eurosale Group will also work with Comexi team in Russia to offer logistical support and spare parts assistance to Comexi customers in Russia.

Comexi will provide a range of maintenance programs, machine conditions analysis, audits, new remote support with augmented reality glasses and spare parts service through Eurosale Group partnership.

The company is also planning to develop a technological centre with advanced machines in this region. It will be used to offer demos and training in flexible packaging processes such as printing, lamination or slitting.

Comexi vice president Ramon Xifra said: “By opening an office in this country, we will be closer to our customers and able to provide them with an even higher standard of service.

“Establishing this new office and incrementing our presence in Russia is a significant step for Comexi, which will lead to further expansion in the region."

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