World's leading manufacturer of CNC-machining centres , four side planers, moulders, double end tenoners, tenoning machines, CNC routers, wide belt sanders, drilling machines, edgebanders, beamsaws and standard joinery machines, located in the Italian Rimini. The main office in Germany is located in Nürtingen, Baden-Wurttemberg, another in Bad Oeynhausen, North Rhine-Westphalia.
From 2017 on all machines in the SCM group under the manufacturer's name SCM are being marketed. Thus the CNC-machines by MORBIDELLI for example, the panel sizing machines by GABBIANI or the edgebanders by STEFANI are carrying the SCM logo. Old brands today stay as brandnames.
SCM has taken over the German CNC-machine manufacturer HG GRIMME and bought 51% of their shares.
|31th May 2011|
CMS Industries and SCM Group take over the company Balestrini, which becomes a part of CMS Industries. The production facility remains as manufacturing place and Antonio Balestrini stays CEO.
Closure/merger of five machines factories - radical internal changes, many small production plants consolidated
Management is re-formed in July: at the top now Giovanni Gemmani, 45 years old, the company receives with about 3.800 employees 700 Million EUR turnover
Distribution partnership with Niemann company in northern Germany
Development of the 5-axis CNC head, building of the sales and service center SCM Group Germany GmbH in Nürtingen (near Stuttgart)
50-year anniversary, SCM acquires the manufacturer CMS Industries
white painted machines replace the green appearance
ROUTECH is integrated into SCM
The light green/dark green paint replaced the machine color brown
Establishing of the SCM branch in Germany; GABBIANI MACCHINE is integrated into the SCM Group
Starting with beamsaws (GABBIANI MACCHINE builds - designed for industrial use - beamsaws and SCM the machines for crafts/ small scale production)
The ST3 and the ST2C are successful models
for the middle and big industry, automatic and semi-automatic machines are being manufactured.
Spindle moulder the T160 is built
Participation in international exhibitions; range of standard machines, such as thickness planers, surface planers, combination machines and spindle moulders already exists
The first machines were exported to Germany
Founded by Lanfranco Aureli, Nicola and Giuseppe Gemmani, who should build an innovative wood processing machine for small businesses to defy the tough German, French and competition the tough German, French and England defy; the first woodworking machine is built - a 5-way combination machine, named B5 'Línvincibile' = 'The Invincible'
Agricultural machines are built