With more than 10,000 sq. ft. of exhibit space, SCM Group featured a full range of technology that included its Minimax and Classical equipment, an extensive display of SCM edgebanders, a number of routers and wide belt sanders, and its warehouse storage retrieval system, Flexstore, at IWF 2014 in Atlanta.
“IWF presented many opportunities for SCM Group and we are looking forward to capitalizing on our success from the show. This quality platform gave us the opportunity to connect with well over 10,000 attendees with the ability to generate extensive interest in our technology and product solutions,” SCM Group North America president John Gangone said in a statement.
“The IWF show has always been very positive for our company over the years. Since 2010, we have seen a vast increase of business due to the recovery of the financial downturn, and the signs in the market place moving forward show a strong 2015 for the industry. Cost reduction, flexibility and efficiency are all attributes and concerns in the industry. SCM Group, with its whole range of CNC solutions, makes this goal very attainable.”
In October, SCM Group will be attending the 62nd annual Architectural Woodwork Institute Convention and the 58th annual International Association of Plastics Distribitution Convention and Plastics Expo. SCM Group is also organizing a worldwide Technology Open House in Sinalunga, Italy where it will feature Routech 5-axis applications for wood and plastic composite material.
For information, visit www.scmgroupna.com.