The Hydeng story began in 1997 with two technicians in Sale Victoria, primarily supplying service and repairs to hydraulic and pneumatic equipment for local industries including timber & forestry, farming, earthmoving and construction.

With solid growth and an ever-growing customer base, we’ve evolved to become a nation-wide provider of complete machine design and manufacture for specialised operations across a broad range of industries.


Hydeng staff using forklift in workshop

In 2008, we moved to our current location in Dawson Street Sale Victoria, which has over 1000 sq meters of office, showroom and workshop facilities. This move has allowed us to operate our engineering operations much more efficiently, hold large stocks of inventory, and accommodate a growing workforce.

We’re investing more resources into supply and servicing of compressed air equipment, allowing local businesses to manage regulatory risks, maximise operation and concentrate on their core business.

We continue to work hard to develop great relationships with loyal customers ranging from individual single operators to some of the largest corporations in Australia. Being family-owned, we’re 100% invested in our business and community, and focussed on providing outstanding service.

“Hydeng has been our hydraulic supplier of choice for many years, always providing great service and support. We turn to Hydeng to provide hydraulic systems for our major projects. Their design capability, innovative approach and quality manufacture is exceptional”

Bruce Cox, Technical Director, Safetech Pty Ltd

"Hydeng have been a very important part of our maintenance team here at ash, Mark and his team have helped us with our preventative maintenance across both green mill and processing plant for many years. Their break down service is second to none, great access to parts and equipment and the ability to get things running again as soon as humanly possible whatever the hour or day. All in all a great bunch of guys to work with very professional service nothing seems to be a problem for them."

Ben Cruickshank, Maintenance Manager, Australian Sustainable Hardwoods

Hydeng working with yellow engine