Stefan Gritsch has been operationally active in the company as managing partner for 21 years and will in future concentrate on strategic tasks in the holding company. From 2022, he will be responsible for the investment management of the Vorarlberg-based LEGRO Group GmbH. As the top management holding company, it holds significant stakes in various international industrial companies, including IMA Schelling Group GmbH. Gritsch's task in future will be the acquisition and sale of further holdings as well as the strategic management of the subsidiaries. "I couldn't ask for a better successor than Maximilian Lehner and I am sure that he will continue to lead the company towards the future with focus and commitment," confirms outgoing CFO Stefan Gritsch.
Maximilian Lehner joined the company in 2015 after studying in London and initially worked at Schelling in the finance department, then later supported the then IMA Managing Director Bernhard Berger as an assistant in Luebbecke, Germany, and headed the organizational development department. In 2018, Lehner moved to the sales department and has been global sales director for the entire group since 2019. "I am looking forward to the new tasks as CFO and wish Stefan Gritsch, who will remain with us as a strong partner in the holding company, all the best," says Maximilian Lehner.
IMA Schelling Group – Expert Solutions for the Wood, Metal and Plastics Processing Industries
The IMA Schelling Group specialises in the development and production of special modular systems and processing solutions for the wood, metal, and plastics processing industries. The company is a leading developer of batch-size-1 systems for digital, fully automated, networked production. IMA Schelling develops and produces intelligent, high-end solutions, which are operated via service and sales organisations worldwide. The company’s product program includes systems for the entire process chain, from storage, cutting, handling, transport, edge banding and drilling, to sorting and stacking of board-shaped materials made of wood, metal or plastic, as well as a comprehensive range of services and digital products. Through the use of their machines, users benefit from automated workflows and more efficient production processes.