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IMA Schelling Group proposes machine trade in program

 Tuesday, July 7, 2020

IMA Schelling Group, a provider of sales and after-sales support of IMA and Schelling products for the woodworking, metalworking and plastics industries, has announced that it is actively seeking to refurbish and resell used IMA and Schelling machines at its rebuild center in Morrisville, NC.

“Our thorough rebuild process brings IMA and Schelling machines to like-new condition,” explained Peter Tuenker, Managing Director, IMA Schelling Group. “We are actively seeking panel saws and edgebanders to purchase for trade-in value toward a new machine, then we’ll revamp and resell the machines on our website.”

IMA Schelling Group’s dedicated rebuild center in Morrisville, NC, features skilled technicians that clean, rebuild, repaint and install software upgrades of pre-owned IMA or Schelling machines. During the rebuild process, each machine is cleaned, evaluated and every component tested. Parts are repaired as needed using genuine parts prior to reassembly, then the equipment is calibrated to original factory specifications to restore the machine’s original appearance and performance capability. All machines undergo comprehensive testing and assessment to assure that they have been restored to full functionality.

IMA Schelling Group is currently accepting trade-ins of used IMA and Schelling machines good for credit toward the purchase of new equipment.

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