SOLUTION - THE FUTURE MAGAZINE
BEST PERFORMANCE FOR YOUR SUCCESS - EDITION 2 | 2023
How we help our customers in the face of the shortage of skilled workers and why Canada is not only a paradise for water sports enthusiasts:
Read this and more in the new issue of our future magazine SOLUTION. Enjoy reading!
CUSTOMER WISHES FULFILLED TO THE LETTER
The IMA Schelling group develops tailor-made solutions for its customers. Swiss kitchen manufacturer Veriset is an example of just how specific customer requirements can be.
HERE’S TO A LONG MACHINE LIFE
Saving energy and conserving resources is vital when it comes to your carbon footprint.
IMA Schelling also takes into account an often overlooked sustainability factor: the durability of machines.
This year, the IMA Schelling Group opened up two new service sites. This means that the company is now networked even more widely throughout Europe and is moving further north-east and into the technologically expanding Baltic States with its branches in Forserum (Sweden) and Kaunas (Lithuania).
SUPPORT AGAINST THE SHORTAGE
OF SKILLED WORKERS
With its machines and solutions, the IMA Schelling Group supports its customers in minimising the use of human labour. This also helps to counter the shortage of skilled workers in the industry.
ONTARIO - THE LAND OF A THOUSAND LAKES
Did you know that Canada is thirty times the size of Germany?
So it‘s no surprise that this country holds so many natural wonders.
This edition is dedicated to southeast Canada and the IMA Schelling site in Mississauga.
FOUR PROFILES, ONE MACHINE
IMA Schelling develops a never-before-implemented solution
for a kitchen manufacturer.
ONE FACE TO THE CUSTOMER
With its new service consulting/sales team, the IMA Schelling group
is providing its customers with central, personal contacts.
NOLTE PLACES TWO ORDERS FOR
By way of expanding its production capacities, Nolte has invested in a complete APL production system for its plant in Melle. From cutting to edge banding, all the way through to various CNC machines as well as handling and transport components, this order covers all product areas. The plant in Löhne will also be receiving a double-sided production line, which will be used to produce cabinet components and fronts in future.
INVESTMENT IN AN AUTOMATIC
Gruppo Mauro Saviola S.R.L (GMS) is Italy‘s largest board manufacturer. The existing customer was always impressed by the IMA Schelling Group‘s expertise in technical solutions for automated packaging systems. With its sights on the future, the company with headquarters in Mortara is now looking to invest in a packaging line for shipping stacks of master boards, including robot handling.
NEW CONCEPT FOR
Irish furniture manufacturer Farrell has been relying on the expertise of the IMA Schelling Group for many years and commissioned the Consulting business unit with the development of a concept as well as plant planning for the future strategic company alignment. The next step in implementing the concept will be to work out further investment measures, with the aim of establishing flexible production for fitted and flat-pack cabinets for student accommodation and retirement homes.