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19 November 2019
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As of now: Direct access to the PackEx portal

Worms, 1 April 2019 - Our PackEx GmbH website has been further developed. In addition to changes in usability and control, one thing in particular is new: direct access to the PackEx portal. As a customer, you can now register on the PackEx website at the click of a mouse and order standard folding boxes in small batch sizes within 72 hours.

The new website makes PackEx particularly user-friendly. As a user, you now have direct access to the PackEx portal via the website. There you can design, configure and order samples of individual standard folding boxes in small batches. Thanks to a successfully completed pilot phase, we are now ready to serve the market. Another novelty is the optimisation of the user interface design of the portal. In order to make it more intuitive and user-friendly, we gathered extensive market insights during the pilot phase: In developing such and future measures, we are guided by the requirements of the market and the needs of our customers. The next step was the realisation of "PACK MAG", a blog with news, trends and interesting facts from the packaging industry. This was successfully initiated with the new web relaunch.

PackEx GmbH is based on an innovative business concept: PackEx manufactures standard folding boxes open to all industries and fully digitised in all production stages. We have specialised in small series of 1 to 5,000 pieces. Customers benefit from numerous advantages such as shorter production times, considerably faster access to the market and no storage costs.
For PackEx customers, ordering via PackEx Portal is the highlight of the fully digitalised production cycle. This web-to-pack solution represents a paradigm shift in the printing industry: Instead of the individual production of a job, the web-to-pack solution enables individual mass production through standardisation and automation. As a result, we act faster, more flexibly and much more agile.

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