GH Engineering has earned a reputation for manufacturing strong and reliable agricultural machinery. Over 20 years of producing machinery that incorporates careful design, superior build and high quality have put these machines in a class of their own. All GH Engineering machines are manufactured used the highest quality raw materials and components ensuring years of trouble free service. We have developed a large range of products to meet the machinery needs of farmers and agriculture. We aim to supply machinery to smaller farms as well as the large.
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GH Engineering a is family run business, situated in the agricultural heart land of Co.Tyrone, Northern Ireland. Company was started by Gordon Hamilton in the early 1990's and has been designing and manufacturing machinery for Agriculture and Industrial applications ever since. We are all very proud of this remarkable achievement which is credited to the company philosophy of using the best technology available to produce technologically advanced, top quality, highly durable farm machinery.
The company manufactures all the machinery from its 22,000 sq/ft factory outside the town of Castlederg, and currently employs up to 20 full time staff.
With a company policy to manufacture using only the best materials, to design to the hightest stardards and manuufacture using the lastest technology GH Engineerng have keep to the forefront of engineering excellence.
Now with an ever expanding market, GH Engineering continues to prove that its products are the best on the market. With bespoke designing and individual customer needs taking into consideration, we can design and manufacture a machine to suit your requirements.
With in house design team using the lastest CAD software, we can visualise the project before manufacturing commences ensuring that it will work for the particual application that it is being designed for. Once the design is finalised the parts are manufactured using plasma and laser cutting machiner shaped and welded together, before undergoing a painting process and then final assembly. At this point another machine leaves the factory.