The companies of the IMA Schelling Group present themselves with new logos and Internet sites.
When the logos of IMA and Schelling were revised, the original word-image marks were retained, but at the same time they were modified in such a way that they clearly signalled the affiliation to the group of companies. An independent company logo was also developed for the IMA Schelling Group. All three logos take account of the group’s network ideas and global success.
The same applies to the Internet sites of the two affiliated companies: The brand identity in the new corporate design was optically unified and thus clearly demonstrates their cohesion. Visitors can easily navigate the website due to its clear structure. In addition to a clearer design of the product, service, career and news sections, it also has short, improved click paths, as well as a faster contact option.
IMA’s new website section “Systems” is a comprehensive platform for the design and configuration of individual system solutions as well as the real-time simulation at the planning stage and the implementation of the plant control. The latest news from the IMA Schelling Group and the IMA Schelling Group Network were also added.
All three websites offer the possibility of a mobile call and are thus not only accessible via the PC, but also via tablets and smartphones.
The IMA Schelling Group is a dependable partner for the implementation of sophisticated and innovative plant solutions for wood processing, as well as the market leader in batch size 1 solutions for the digitized, fully automated integrated production. The two affiliated companies IMA Klessmann and Schelling Anlagenbau jointly develop and manufacture the smart high-end solutions and distribute them worldwide through the joint service and sales companies in Western and Eastern Europe, the USA, Canada, Russia, Singapore and China.
IMA Klessmann GmbH, based in Lübbecke, Ostwestfalen/Germany, is a manufacturer and supplier of networked production systems and high-quality individual machines for the woodworking industry. The main focus is placed on edging systems as well as transport and handling equipment for edge processing and CNC machining centres. IMA boasts comprehensive know-how in the development of the integrated, fully automated batch size 1 systems. The company employs 950 people worldwide and has a presence in more than 60 countries.
Schelling Anlagenbau GmbH, based in Schwarzach, Vorarlberg/Austria, develops, produces and distributes dividing saws and systems for plate-shaped materials, automatic area storage and stacking systems for wood materials, as well as precision saws and systems for plastics, non-ferrous metals, ferrous metals and printed circuit boards. The company employs around 500 people at ten locations in nine countries.