GHIM Hydraulics Srl was founded in 1999 by Pierangelo Ghirardelli in ERBUSCO (BS).
With the help of his sister Lucia and the support of his father Giacomo, Pierangelo started his own production of hand pumps .
Thanks to the compact and innovative design of the products developed by Engineer Pierangelo, and thanks to the adoption of high-quality materials, GHIM Hydraulics has become an established producer of hand pumps in just a few years, and its products have now become a benchmark for the international market.
Afterwards, GHIM Hydraulics has expanded its production even to other hydraulic components, such as mini-power packs, power units, flow dividers, pneumatic oil pumps, cylinders, and many others.
Since 2013, GHIM Hydraulics has taken on a leading role as sole distributor for the Italian market of two major brands at the international level.
Our policy pursues the following principles :
- Constant development of innovative and competitive products.
Our researchers never stop chasing innovation, designing ever more new products. Ghim Hydraulics is open to cooperation, as it has at times collaborated with other international establishments.
- Listening to the suggestions of our customers, making them our own.
Our customers' demands and expectations have always been a reference for corporate decisions.
- Working closely with our suppliers.
High-quality is the result of profitable and sustained cooperation with our suppliers.
- Uniterrupted revision and innovation of the production process.
Product improvement takes place thanks to an efficient system of production and suitable quality control, which help us meet consumer demands for better products.
- Investing in human resources.
GHIM staffare drivers for growth, owing to their crucial work and indispensable support.
The current strategy of GHIM aims at further strengthening its leadership in the production of hydraulic pumps, mini power pack, and special cylinders. Our objective is to grow in these areas through targeted acquisition and investments.
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