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Henkel & Comexi Group to open training academy

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By Jenny Eagle+

31-Jul-2014
Last updated on 31-Jul-2014 at 11:40 GMT

The Henkel Demo Center
The Henkel Demo Center

Henkel India and The Comexi Group have partnered to open a training academy in Q4 for flexible packaging in India, Middle East and Africa. 

Comexi Group will install its NEXUS Dual laminating machine and send a team of experts to take part in some of the training courses and sessions. 

The academy will combine practical training with theoretical knowledge and Henkel India will open its premises to professionals within the sector on a permanent basis, to promote know-how in laminating processes and optimise machinery performance by using all elements involved in the production cycle. 

As part of the Comexi Group’s mission to promote its portfolio in printing and converting flexible packaging in the Indian market, it will schedule open day workshops to demonstrate its machine and other Comexi products to any professionals who are interested. 

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