IMA and Schelling have opened a new rebuild and distribution center in Raleigh, North Carolina. The company employs a staff of factory trained technicians who refit Schelling single line saws and IMA edgebanders for a very important segment of the woodworking market.
According to managing director Peter Tuenker, “The market for these fundamentally sound machines is huge in North America. There is a real need for workhorse machines that have been rebuilt to provide a viable alternative for certain sectors. We want to buy back machines any chance we get. Currently, there is a significant waiting list for these rebuilt machines. We have been aggressively expanding our team of factory trained technicians from Germany and Austria to help us meet this market need.”
With the addition of the new Rebuild and Distribution Center, IMA and Schelling now operate with over 40,000 square feet in Raleigh.