Smyth Engineering is an innovative agricultural machinery design and manufacturing company which offers professionals across the world some of the best equipment on the market today.
Since 2013 we have worked extensively on the redesign of many popular machines in common use within agriculture today. Our managing director Matthew Smyth being a farmer`s son has grown up with and knows all too well the problems and limitations of most of the machinery available today. He and his colleagues have applied their knowledge, passion and drive to solving many of these problems, working from their own designs they have produced and tested machines which they are soon to put into production . Smyth Engineering is also unique in that the can work in collaboration with individuals to produce equipment that fits their specific needs perfectly.
Smyth Engineering has spotted a gap in the market and hopes to exploit this by tailoring their products and services to meet their customer’s requirements. The intention being that these innovations and upgrades boost productivity for their clients. Faced by this ever changing world and marketplace the farming industry is under immense pressure to increase efficiency, productivity and cost-effectiveness. This demand on the farming industry to diversify not just in terms of product but also materials handling. will become more important leading to the design and production of the range of products that they offer their ever growing customer base today.
Their no nonsense down to earth approach readily appeals to practical and progressive farmers worldwide.
They will also work with you if required to modify your own equipment using your own ideas and specifications combined with their own experience and skills base to help you achieve a product to exactly fit your needs and one unique to you if you wish.
Smyth Engineering is happy to paint our product to a high standard in any colour you wish to give you lively uniformity throughout your equipment line-up.They also offer a fully galvanised finish in order to maximise working life.