IMA Schelling Consulting
Value-adding strategies for the processing industry
Our competent consulting team supports you in the further development of your company in the increasingly complex environment of production. We develop strategies for value-added-oriented corporate management as well as location concepts and decision-making documents for restructuring measures. In addition to the conceptual development of plant planning, we use all the tools of performance management. Our solutions are based on market-leading innovations that are as individual and specific as the challenges. Based on our in-depth industry knowledge in the furniture and prefabricated housing industry as well as in plastics and metal processing, we know the challenges you face every day.
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The challenges of Industry 4.0 and increased digitization in mechanical engineering are also revolutionizing the furniture industry. The market is going through a process of transformation. The size and complexity of the projects are continuously increasing. Hence, when new projects are planned, the parties involved in the project need to see the bigger picture. The approach of “Consulting” is to promote the development of the customer company and to offer them structured assistance with investment planning and factory optimization along the whole process chain. The focus here is on the topics of digitization, automation and advanced planning systems.
If so, we will be glad to answer all your questions concerning the services offered by our performance modules in the “Consulting” field. Please do not hesitate to contact us!
A new issue of our SOLUTION magazine and a special issue for the precision area with many interesting reports are now available on our website. It's worth taking a look!
The machine and system specialist IMA Schelling will be presenting its solutions for the furniture production at the Xylexpo wood processing industry trade fair in Milan from 12-15 October 2022. A complete solution for edging in the entry-level sector will be presented at the stand.
Whether working on a saw, an an edge bander or a drill, the user experience should always be the same. This was the goal of the engineers and IT specialists at IMA Schelling when developing the new interdisciplinary software architecture aimi (Artifactural Intelligence meets Machine Intelligence).