The Schelling Group of Companies trades internationally and manufactures customised solutions for sheet mate- rial sizing in the wood panel, furniture,  metal, plastics, and electronic circuit board industries.
The company says its engineering expertise covers all areas from saw con- ception and design to the production, delivery and start-up  of production  mod- ules and that it can deliver turnkey systems.
These systems can include the mechani- cal assemblies and software modules for turnkey plants and production  lines for automated handling of wood panels such as particleboard, OSB and MDF, as well as cut-to-size, sorting and stacking plants for automated handling of wood, alumini- um, plastic and electronic circuit boards.
Precision saw machines in turnkey sys- tems with speciality tooling, waste removal and material transportation with automated  handling of wood, aluminium,  plastic and circuit board sheeting is all part of the competence of the company, according to Mr Rohner, manag- ing director of Schelling.
“The main drivers for Schelling’s success in the market are its individual and professional solu- tions combined with the latest technology, for example the highest cutting speed in the market,said Mr Rohner.
“The knowledge gained from 88 years of experience in the business enables us to find the most economical solution for cus- tomers’ individual requirements,he said. This year, Schelling says it will present its solutions, technology and competence at the following exhibitions: Ligna in Hanover/Germany from May 2-6; BWS 2005 – the international trade fair for woodworking  processing held in Salzburg Austria – April 6-9; and AWFS Vegas Show at the Las Vegas Convention  Centre from July 27-30.
The company also exhibited at Interzum Guangzhou in March and Woodmac  China in Shanghai, also in March.
At Ligna, for example, the company will show its 50m3   per hour system with saw speeds of up to 70m per minute for the ASH Evolution model at full book height of 210mm and speeds above 120m per minute for the cross-cut saw.
The latest development of the finish-cut saw Schelling FXH will also be on show.
“The core activity for the coming years is to improve our strength which we see in marketing,  product and process develop- ment, sales with project development,  pro- duction (including design, manufacturing, and start-up)  and service,said Mr Rohner.  “Essentially, Schelling, sees itself as a customer-oriented specialist provid- ing custom-designed, high-tech solutions for the processing of boards for the panel industry, furniture  industry, non-ferrous metal, plastics and the circuit board industries.”