The IMC Group of companies
ISCAR, located in Northern Israel, is a dynamic full line supplier of precision carbide metalworking tools, producing a wide range of carbide inserts, carbide endmills and cutting tools covering most metal cutting applications. ISCAR also provides metalworking solutions in both engineering and manufacturing to major industries throughout the world. Many innovative products, specially designed according to customer requirements, have made ISCAR a world leader in manufacturing industries such as automotive, aerospace and die & mold production.
ISCAR Website: http://www.iscar.com
Ingersoll Cutting Tools has long been one of the world's leading suppliers of metal removal tooling. Since its first cutting tool patent in 1889 they have strived to provide the most innovative and productive metal removal solutions on the market. Production facilities are located both in the USA and Germany. Today, this company offers the widest range of milling products in the world and, with close ties to the many various resources of the IMC Group, they provide many exciting innovations to the metal removal process. Ingersoll's goal is to help the customer remain competitive in the market's rapidly changing manufacturing environment.
Ingersoll Website: http://www.ingersoll-imc.com/
Founded in 1981 and numbering at present 46 employees, Outiltec is situated in the heart of Europe, 30 kilometers north of Strasbourg, in a small town near Hagenau. Thanks to the most modern production equipment and our highly qualified staff, they rank among the major manufacturers of special tools in France. Their quality assurance policy, which has been pursued consistently since 1991, received the ISO 9002 certification, granted in 1998. Outiltec manufactures standard drills and reamers, solid carbide endmills and gundrills. The company's main customers are automobile manufacturers and their sub-contractors.
Outiltec Website: http://www.outiltec.fr
Well-known company for the manufacture of high precision tools designed mainly for machining aluminum. Their manufacturing facility and marketing headquarters is located in Villaz-St-Pierre, Switzerland. Most of the company’s production is sold to the automotive industries for various applications, such as machining aluminum engine blocks, gear boxes, carburetors, etc. Métaldur ships a large variety of combination tools, including brazed, disposable, PCD and CBN inserts, to manufacturing companies throughout the world.
TaeguTec, with headquarters in Korea, produces high quality cutting tools, tungsten powder and industrial products. The company supplies products to a network of subsidiaries and distributors in more than 20 major industrialized countries. Among its customers are the automobile, aerospace and many other industries. TaeguTec prides itself in keeping abreast of the latest developments and technical advances in the metalworking and industrial products sectors.
TaeguTec Website: http://www.taegutec.com
A division of Iscar LTD, MicroTools is a subcontractor which specializes in the manufacturing and machining of small, very high precision mechanical parts made from tungsten carbide, ceramic powders and other metals. In addition, Microtools develops unique technologies and special machines to manufacture the most complicated and accurate tungsten carbide and ceramic parts. Established in 1981, the company is located in Tefen, a quiet and pollution free industrial zone in northern Israel. These conditions are the inspiration to MicroTools' philosophy of activity. Many various industries are among the company's customers, including medical, electronics, automotive and aviation, to name a few.
Microtools Website: http://www.microtools-imc.com
CTMS - Commodity & Tool Management Services is an independent business division of the IMC Group, dedicated to delivering tool management services to help customers reduce their production costs. The CTMS team comprises tool management professionals in key areas of logistics, engineering and IT, all critical to cost reduction in the supply chain and manufacturing processes affected by cutting tools.
CTMS Website: http://www.ctms-imc.com