IMA and Schelling – going together down
the path to being the market leader in the sector batch size 1.



A strong team.

Since the end of 2015, IMA and Schelling have been subsidiaries of the IMA Schelling Group. Both sister companies used the last year for restructuring. Synergies have been created and the "we-feeling" has been expanded. Much has already grown together as a result of the close cooperation between the two companies within the framework of the IMA Network. A new addition was the joint use of the IMA and Schelling sales and service structures as well as the bundling of purchasing. The implementation of a common ERP system based on the solution already used by Schelling has been started. The adjustment of the product portfolio as well as the integration of engineering and the development of a uniform plant control will be followed.


Klessmann GmbH

> manufacturer and solutions vendor
> networked production systems and high-quality individual machines
> target market: the woodworking industry


IMA Klessmann, the Lübbecke-based manufacturer of single machines and systems for networked manufacturing in the woodworking and furniture industry, is a technology leader and pioneer of the industry and therefore always a step ahead.


> 900 employees worldwide
> in 60 countries present
> more than 18,000 customers international



> splitting saws and systems for panel-type materials
> automatic panel storage areas and stacking units for wood materials
> precision saws and systems for plastics, non-ferrous metals, ferrous metals and printed circuit board materials


Schelling Anlagenbau is a technology leader for high-tech panel dividing saws and systems for the woodworking industry and the craft sector. The company stands for maximum productivity and machine availability, as well as professional project management.


> 500 employees worldwide
> in 10 countries present
> more than 10,000 customers international



> a strong team for the entire process chain
> from cutting to size to edge processing to drilling and assembly
> goal: automated and fully interlinked production from one supplier