Providing Solutions to emerging and existing needs.
Close contact with customers helps us to identify emerging needs. Existing and emerging needs direct the development effort of our design team and enables us to provide solutions by the time these emerging needs become established requirements.
Customer Care begins with your first inquiry.
Our objective is to enable you to compete more successfully in the market place.
We will work closely with you, thoroughly analysing your requirements, identifying the best solution that meets your requirements. Your order is for us the beginning of a long-term business relationship. We keep you informed about the progress of your machine through our factory, install the machine on site, train your staff in the efficient, profitable use of the machine, and support you with technical advice. We assist you - should your machine break down - in trouble shooting, and through quickly supplying consumables and spares.
Ellwangen is a market town in the South of Germany, an area where designing and building of sophisticated industrial production machines has a long tradition.
Our employees are a group of highly motivated and committed people. A group where everyone is respected as an individual and everyone contributes with expert skills in a particular field.
Everyone takes pride in the knowledge that his or her work is embodied in printing machines that offer outstanding performance.
ISIMAT’s Quality Management System is certified to EN ISO 9001:2000 since February 2004.
ISIMAT's intranet gives employees access at any time to procedures and documents of the Quality Management System. This ease of access helps to make the system effective. The Quality Management System has become a framework for continuous improvements: and quality has become an integral part of each activity within the company.
Founded in 1955, ISIMAT has grown from a start-up company in a small shed to an international supplier to companies in all major industrial countries.
ISIMAT’s growth was not without setbacks. After continuous growth well into the 1980s, the company declined.
The decline was stopped and reversed when Peter Detzner took over the helm in 1995.