Founded in Pesaro by Giancarlo Selci in 1987, it quickly came to occupy a world leadership position, distinguishing itself for the reliability of its machines and the high quality of finish that they are able to guarantee. Intermac carries out its production activity mainly at the Pesaro plant, where it has approximately 30,000 square meters of production area in which over 300 employees are employed, and in Dongguan (China).
Thanks to the acquisition of the Movetro company in 2017, Intermac expands in the sector dedicated to systems and lines for machining flat glass.
The Glass division of the Group is therefore characterized by a high-value consulting approach, and complete the current range, with classifiers, shuttle magazines, automatic loaders, loaders and tilters.
STAND-ALONE OR AUTOMATED IN-LINE SOLUTIONS ARE GOVERNED BY SOFTWARE DESIGNED TO OPTIMISE PROCESSES, TO SIMPLIFY THE MANAGEMENT OF COMPLEX INFORMATION AND DATA, ENABLING SMARTER USE OF TOOLS.
Each machine undergoes on average 160 checks during the assembly stage in order to simulate the most challenging working conditions, and is also subject to a rigorous final proof test.
Each base has a tolerance of 2 hundredths of millimetre per linear meter. In this way, apart from guaranteeing the quality of carpentry, it is possible to eliminate the need for any remedial work during the assembly phase, which would inevitably delay the machine's delivery.
An international orientation, with direct coverage through 10 subsidiaries worldwide to enable companies choosing Intermac as a partner to be competitive and global, coupled with the provision of advanced customer care and 24/7 technical support tools.
Intermac Academy, the new structure with a team dedicated to sharing knowledge of Intermac technologies and glass and stone processing through classroom and on-line courses, multimedia tools and practical exercises.