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DSCF08441.JPGTotal Hydraulic Services Ltd was formed following the collapse of the Hydraulic Machinery company in 1990.

Four partners formed the company and established a base in East Tamaki, providing service, spare parts and manufacturing to a rapidly expanding client base.

The company moved to new modern premises in 1996. The new 3000 sq metre site has a separate office facility and a modern workshop with four bays complete with 5 ton travelling gantry.

The large yard area allows for the largest mobile machinery to turn with ease and can accommodate a considerable number of machines at any time. The yard has an electrified fence to provide security from intruders when the yard is closed.

The workshop has large wide roller doors allowing access to a very large mobile plant for service or repair.

Contact us now to discuss your Hydraulic needs.   

The Partners

John Ryan

John is married to Debbie and has three children, Holly, Jack, and Alex. John was apprenticed to Lucas Hydraulics, the original major hydraulics company in Auckland. John has worked in the hydraulics industry for over 25 years and has followed the progress of hydraulics from an infant industry to it's current status as an important part in all applications, in all major industries: Marine, Mobile & Industrial. John was workshop foreman at HMC Fluid Power Ltd and then progressed to Sales Engineer. With the demise of HMC John and Ian with 2 others setup Total Hydraulic Services Ltd



Ian Bush-King

Ian began working with Lucas Industries as a machine setter engineer in the day of production lines where Car Horns, Ignition Coils, etc were made, changing the lines for different products was Ian's job, also involved in trouble-shooting problems with plastic moulding machines. This is where he stayed until the company was broken up and sold.

Ian took up a job with John at Hydraulic Machinery Company building power units and commissioning, working his way up to site work. When HMC collapsed Ian along with 3 others formed Total Hydraulic Services Ltd.

Ian when not at work has a family life with Michelle, Jemma and Calvin.