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Sustainable Converting


Integrating environmental impact studies C


omexi, specialist in machinery solutions for the printing and converting industry of flexible packaging, has integrated environmental impact studies into its core business, conducting a Life Cycle Analysis (LCA) and the consequent Environment Product Declaration (DAP) of a flexographic printing machine, the Comexi F2. This pioneering initiative aims to know and communicate at all times the environmental impact throughout the value chain of the manufacture of a flexographic printing product. Through the implementation of Ecodesign in their products, a circular economy strategy is


established to provide its customers with products that are respectful of the environment throughout their life cycle. This process can be extrapolated progressively to the entire Comexi product range, increasing knowledge of the company's environmental impact, in order to minimise it. “Comexi wants to contribute by example to raise awareness in industry and society of the need for deep reflection on current business models; we must go a step further and understand that transparency and the integration of the environment into our lives and into our companies are the basis of the only


Eco warriors rewarded


Thanks to energy management, Fabio Perini has already saved over 1,530 tonnes of CO2, equivalent to saving 729 hectares of forest


“Italia in Classe A”(Italy in A Class) prize by national Energy Agency ENEA.” Subsequently, Fabio Perini introduced led lights in the workshops, solar heating to obtain warm water in summer, solar films for the windows facing south and west and finally, one of the air compressors was replaced by a new generation model with inverter. The results obtained are surprising: since 2015 the company has saved 12 per cent power and 1,530 tonnes of CO2, equivalent to saving 729 hectares of forest. The energy management systems in


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accordance to the ISO 50001 standards make Fabio Perini a key partner for customers who rank sustainability high among their priorities, helping them in connecting their core business with this perspective. “The ISO 50001 certification process has been a hard task for us all,” explains Riccardo Signorini, “but among all our values we also count the pursuit of a sustainable, profitable development model. It’s an exciting challenge as well as a duty. For the next generations as well as for ourselves.” “Obtaining the ISO 50001 certification is


abio Perini has obtained the prestigious ISO 50001 certification for environmental


sustainability. This milestone comes aſter a journey started in 2012 positioning Fabio Perini among the most cutting-edge companies in the converting sector and beyond. The company makes a formal statement


of its focus on energy issue in the Energy Management System (EMS) document, where it officially commits itself to deploy human, financial and technologic resources to undertake a process of continuous


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improvement of its energy performances. “In practice, what have we done?” says


Riccardo Signorini, maintenance and capex manager of Fabio Perini. “To start with, we deployed steps that can be defined “good housekeeping” such as switching off the overhead cranes at night and using our domotics to reduce waste of electric power and heating. Additionally, through the LSS methodology, we identified the best strategy for a more efficient energy management system, bringing Fabio Perini, as early as 2016, to be awarded the


surely a prestigious milestone, but at the same time it is the beginning of a virtuous journey for Fabio Perini. This journey we have taken brought us to developing technical devices to be applied to our company’s products, aimed at optimising energy performances, which at present represent an interesting plus for customers sensitive to sustainability, and a cutting- edge feature for the companies in our sector,” Alessio Galeotti, DNV GL enterprise customer manager, comments.


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sustainable future we can build,” says Jeroen Van der Meer, CEO of the company. comexi.com


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